Mellon Grant 2012-15 Home
PS 230: The American Presidency (Sweet and Shaw)
PSYC 321: Brain Injury and Recovery (Kerr and Davis-Kahl)
PSYC 335: Counseling and Psychotherapy (Kunce and Davis-Kahl)
SPAN 280: Reading & Writing Culture (Ferradans and Duke)
Emily Kelahan and Bob Delvin, PHIL 268 Hume's Philosophy of Religion
Kathie O'Gorman and Bob Delvin, ENGL 232 British Drama 1950-present
UPCOMING EVENTS & DEADLINES
GRANT SUBMISSION DEADLINES
For small grants to revise/devise assignments: the 20th of every month
For grants to revise an existing course or create a new course: Mon., Oct. 1, 2014 and Mon., Dec. 1, 2014
Jan. 9-10 SLAC-WPA 2015 Conference Location TBA
Mon., Sept. 23: 12:00-1:00 Non-Org panel by faculty and librarians who received Mellon grants last year. Davidson room
Mon., Nov.. 11, 4:00-5:45: Grading student papers: how to do it efficiently and productively. SFH 103.
Sat., Jan. 25, 2014, 9:00-12:00. Annual Pedagogy Symposium. Guest speaker: Prof. Joe Bizup, Boston U.
Tues., Feb. 25, 2014, 4:00-5:00pm. The Writing Program and Ames Library are hosting an assignment clinic in the Joslin Atrium. The clinic aims to follow up on the presentation by Professor Joe Bizup at the January Pedagogy Symposium.
Mon., May 12 and Tues., May 13, 2014, 9-3:30 in CLA 101.: The Writing Program will hold an assessment of Gateway essays. All faculty are invited to participate. We need 8 readers. Please contact Mary Ann Bushman (email@example.com) if you are interested.
Mon., May 19, and Tues., May 20, 2014, Workshop on teaching to enhance students' oral skills and information literacy skills. Workshop leader: Professor Hillory Oakes, Bates College. Mark your calendars and look for more details in a few weeks.
Wed., Sept. 10 4:00-5:30 Teaching writing with international students in the classroom. SFH 103
Tues., Sept. 23 4:00-5:30 Gateway faculty workshop: responding to student papers. SFH 103
Tues., Oct. 21 4:00-5:30 Composing Good Writing Assignments (a clinic). Location TBA