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Faculty Retreat 2013-14

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lorrie clemo

on 9 February 2014

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Transcript of Faculty Retreat 2013-14

Faculty Panel:
Innovative Instructional Practices
John Kane, Director, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching

Panelists: Lawrence Fuller, Chair, CHE
Kristen Munger, Ass't Prof., CPS
Greg Ketchum, Assoc. Director, EL
Jennifer Knapp, Ass't Prof., COM

Lunch and Roundtable Discussions:

Introduction: Richard Skolnik, Dean School of Business

Cathy Santos, Kristen Eichhorn, Barbara Schaffer, Mike Ameigh, Shashi Kanbur, Mehran Nojan, Sean Moriarty, Yvonne Petrella, David King.
Speaker: John Matheson
"App-lying Mobile Technologies in the Classroom"
Rapporteur and iPad Raffle
Brad Korbesmeyer, Associate Dean, CLAS

iPad Raffle:
Richard Back, Interim Dean, CLAS
Speaker: Amanda Ripley
Fritz Messere, Dean of School of
Communication Media and the Arts

Student Panel:
Reflections on Deep Learning Experiences
Katherine Loper, Director of Regional News Content, WRVO

Introduction: Sean Moriarty, Chief Technology Officer
Q & A
Our Plan for the Day
"College is Dead...Long Live College"
Q & A with Amanda Ripley

"Think Outside" Conversations
Finally...what you've been waiting for:

Welcome Faculty
and Friends

Academic Affairs Goals Exceeded
A Winning Year
Ranked #8 in study abroad enrollments
70% education abroad was faculty-led
Highest # int'l students enrolled (198)
55 Global Lab students & 3 new sites
9 new co-op tracks/18 majors- ($87,000 earned)
record # summer internships (+19%)
record # of online WS enrollments
70 mentor-scholars in community engagement program (82 pairs)
2 new research centers:
Oswego Wireless Lab (OWL)
Active Aging & Community
Engagement Center (AACE)
3 COIL courses launched
Widening Student Experiences
Banner Year for Funding!
$3.85 million extramural funds in A.A.
27% increase over 2011-12
Early Start Grants
Research Fellows
SUNY Oswego
New Academic Programs
MBA/Health Services Administration
Trauma Studies, graduate certificate
Health and Wellness, graduate certificate
Electrical & Computer Engineering, BS
Minors: Logic /Technology/Human Development

GE 21 by Fall 2013!
To develop an increased understanding of why it is important to empower our students with engaged and rigorous learning environments.
"O.K., let's slowly lower in the grant money."
Academic Affairs Retreat
Participant Objectives:
To commit to delivering
one new
alternative learning-centered experience by the end of AY 2013-14
To generate
practical solutions
to building better learning and work environments so that faculty have the time and skills to know their students and can adjust their pace, the materials, and experiences in order to meet the learning needs of students.
To Recap:
Improve learner-centered instruction because it leads to
increased student engagement with content
increased student learning
increased retention

Let's get started!
Our commitments 2013-14

CELT workshops, execute solutions
Jason MacLeod, MBA
Susan Burnett, COM
Rachel Cary, BIO
Brett St. Pierre, GEO
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