RESEARCH WITH HUMAN SUBJECTS
Presented by Karen Mitchell, director of the Office of Sponsored Research at the University of the Sciences.
Wednesday, February 13th
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Provost's Office
Connelly Auditorium, 8th floor, Terra Hall
This workshop will give an overview of the ethical foundation and applicability of the regulations and discuss the three basic protections described in the Department of Health and Human Services regulations. The goal is to give UArts faculty, staff and students an understanding of the regulatory requirements and considerations when conducting research with human subjects. We will also discuss the regulatory requirements for an institutional committee for the protection of human subjects.
Please join fellow faculty members in a glass of wine and good cheer. This event preceds the Restore the Shore concert. We hope you will stay to enjoy the concert and support Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts.
COURSE STORIES - ASSESSMENT RE-IMAGINED
Tuesday, November 27
4 - 5:30 p.m.
Terra Board Room (905), 9th floor, Terra Hall
Light refreshments will be served
Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning
Please join the Center for Teaching and Learning committee at our fall Course Stories symposium Assessment Re-Imagined for a conversation about how students learn and how we teach them. Connie Michael, De Angela Duff and Krishna Dunston will share stories about creating course and program goals, evaluating student work, and revising teaching strategies.
- Getting Out of the Senior Studio Hamster Zone through Assessment
De Angela Duff
How do you evaluate a student's creative process versus their work? In this talk, I will discuss the tools I use to assess both in Multimedia's Senior Studio, as well as the engagement of students in this process via self-assessment.
- Everybody in the Pool! Developing Course-Embedded Assessments that Contribute to Program Goals
When the Brind School introduced the Living News project for freshmen, faculty teaching first-year courses had to determine how the project would be reflected in their individual courses. Using the languge of shared program goals, this was an opportunity to develop course assignments which I knew would contribute to conversations taking place in other areas of the students' program.
- Creating Dance Assessments: The Journey of Languagung Embodied Practices within Academics
Languaging Dance is an interesting task of crafting words that give meaning to the embodied forms of studio practice. The task of building meaningful criteria with multiple faculty in different genres was very challenging. The criteria had to reflect our School of Dance goals for the new curriculum, be meaningful to faculty and students and become tangible in the studio. The result is a living rubric document that we implement, learn from, reflect on, adn revise...an ongoing cycle...
At the beginning of each semester, the Center sponsors a New Faculty Orientation. The fall 2012 orientation will be held on Wednesday, August 29, 8:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., in the Terra Board Room, located on the 9th floor of Terra Hall at 211 S. Broad Street. During this session you will meet colleagues and administrators who will introduce you to the workings of the University in order to make your entry to the community easier.