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Early Learning Institute Community Speaker Series

The Early Learning Institute is hosting three-part community speaker series event on May 1st, June 7th and July 12th. The series will include speakers: May 1st: Parent Expert Panel June 7th: Community Mental Health and Real Opportunities for Independence July 12th: Autism Alliance for Families Topics covered include: Parent perspectives about becoming an advocate (including… Read More »

Early Learning Institute Community Speaker Series

The Early Learning Institute is hosting three-part community speaker series event on May 1st, June 7th and July 12th. The series will include speakers: May 1st: Parent Expert Panel June 7th: Community Mental Health and Real Opportunities for Independence July 12th: Autism Alliance for Families Topics covered include: Parent perspectives about becoming an advocate (including… Read More »

Early Learning Institute Community Speaker Series

The Early Learning Institute is hosting three-part community speaker series event on May 1st, June 7th and July 12th. The series will include speakers: May 1st: Parent Expert Panel June 7th: Community Mental Health and Real Opportunities for Independence July 12th: Autism Alliance for Families Topics covered include: Parent perspectives about becoming an advocate (including… Read More »

CREATE Science Seminar: Kristen St. John, James Madison University

Title: Building a Stronger DBER Community: Disciplinary and Cross-Disciplinary Examples Abstract: An effective DBER community of practice is one that builds competency and capacity in DBER and generates results that can advance disciplinary teaching and learning. This presentation will draw on disciplinary and cross-disciplinary examples of recent efforts to strengthen the DBER community of practice.… Read More »

CREATE Science Seminar Speaker: Dr. Marcy Towns

Title: Blending chemical and mathematical knowledge as solve problems in chemical kinetics Abstract: Answering recent calls for discipline-based education research and interdisciplinary work, this study seeks to investigate how students integrate chemistry and mathematics during problem-solving in chemical kinetics, a context that has little attention in the literature. This work investigates the following research question:… Read More »

The First Amendment & Public Universities

Join us for the latest edition of the Center for Higher and Adult Education speaker series! “The First Amendment and Public Universities: Understanding the Law, Policy and Higher Education.” The First Amendment has a long and important history within U.S. public universities. Protecting five basic freedoms (including freedom of speech), it ties directly to issues… Read More »