Submit a Suggestion
Suggestion Box

 

Home | Teach Flexibly | Software Tools | Tech-4-Teaching | Workshops | Zoom


Faculty Spotlight Series

The Faculty Spotlight Series showcases the innovative work of our incredible faculty. Every semester, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning features a diverse array of faculty whose teaching and research defines, inspires, and informs excellence at the University of Idaho.

Fall 2021



Sep 30, 2021
Thursday
12:30-1:20pm PT

Video (58 min)

Faculty Spotlight Series
Nervous Systems: Art, Systems, and Politics since the 1960s
Johanna Gosse, Ph.D., Art and Design
Please join Dr. Johanna Gosse (Art and Design) and her co-editor, Timothy Stott (Trinity College, Dublin) for a discussion of their new book, Nervous Systems: Art, Systems, and Politics since the 1960s (Duke University Press). Like the book, the spotlight here shines across academic disciplines and salient issues relevant to them.
 

Oct 28, 2021
Thursday
12:30-1:20pm PT

Zoom Link

Faculty Spotlight Series
Uncertainty Ahead: Using Scenario Planning and Alternative Futures to Align Research, Teaching, and Service to address Real World Issues
Dan Cronan, M.L.A., Landscape Architecture
This presentation will describe a process used to address the socio-ecological systems, conflicts, and issues that have emerged over the last century. Alternative Futures and Scenario Planning provide researchers, stakeholders, and students with a methodology to understand key impacts and collectively decide on a suite of plausible scenarios for future decision making. Professor Dan Cronan (Landscape Architecture) will present previous and current projects to aid and inspire faculty, students, and researchers in aligning their teaching, research and service.
 

Nov 8, 2021
Monday
1:30-2:20pm PT

Zoom Link

Faculty Spotlight Series
Mentorship and Support Within the Community
Vanessa Sielert, D.M.A., Music
Sometimes the best way to learn how to build a plane is once you are flying. Please join Erin Chapman, Katherine Himes, Kathryn Schiffelbein and Vanessa Sielert as they explain how they built and developed the Athena Women’s Mentorship Program, midair!
 

Nov 29, 2021
Thursday
12:30-1:20pm PT

Zoom Link

Faculty Spotlight Series
Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Teaching While Black & Female in Medical Education
Lynda Freeman, D.H.Sc., Assoc Prof, WWAMI
"When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak." --Audre Lorde. This session will share a narrative of confronting marginalization while bringing one’s authentic and powerful identities into the classroom.

Archive of Past Faculty Spotlight Presentations