Faculty Non-Org


Spring 2008

Non-org is a faculty tradition at IWU dating back to 1971. At that time, Bob Mowery and Forrest Frank thought it would be a good idea to get together on Mondays at lunch and hear a colleague present his or her research in a non-organized fashion; a work-in-progress type of thing. More than 30 years later, non-org is still meeting on Mondays at around noon in the Davidson Room. It is an informal setting for faculty to hear about other colleagues' research, creative writing, objects d'art, music, performance, teaching methodologies, grants and many other things we all do as professors in a liberal arts institution but are hesitant to admit.

If you would like to present at IWU non-org, please, send an e-mail with a tentative title and dates to Bob Erlewine or Carmela Ferradáns, your conveners for this academic year.




1/21 Richard Braunstein, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, University of South Dakota MLK celebration:
Action Research and Partnerships in American Indian Studies
1/28 Faculty Development Committee - Mike Theune Delving into Faculty Development
2/4 Irv Epstein, Sonja Fritzsche, Hiroko Furo, William Munro and Stacey Shimizu Study Abroad Site Visits--$$ To Help You Help the International Office
2/18 Annorah S. Moorman, Director of Counseling and Consultation Services WHAT IS QPR? QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer -- 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide”
2/25 Kevin Sullivan Judas: The Traitor-Hero of The Gospel of Judas?"
3/10 Natalie Smoak Using Virtual Reality to Study Health-Related Decision Making
3/24 Nominating Committee Meet the candidates
3/31 Nominating Committee Meet the candidates
4/7 Sven Miller Contemporary Theater Practice
4/14   The Ames Library


See schedules from previous years