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Roundtables

Informal discussions are scheduled on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon - 1 pm in the CTC.  If you want to schedule a Roundtable on any topic having to do with teaching, contact us at CTCR@tc3.edu.


Dates for upcoming Roundtables are posted on this page. Faculty and adjunct faculty are also notified by email.


Upcoming Events:

 


Fulbright Options for TC3

Wed. 4/20 Noon College Teaching Center

TC3 has hosted two Fulbright award winners in the last two years--but there is far more. Fulbright has multiple, flexible options to support long and short term research and teaching abroad. Think you know Fulbright? Guess again! Facilitated by David Flaten.


Helping New Students Adapt to College-Level Expectations

Mon. 4/25 Noon College Teaching Center

Michelle Nightingale and Rick Grossman, co-facilitators. This session will be a facilitated discussion, not a presentation. The College does a great deal to assist new students in their adjustment to college. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss ways we might “scale up” or adjust our current efforts and offer additional ways we might be able to help our students make a successful transition.


Sexual Violence on College Campuses

Wed. 4/27 Noon College Teaching Center

Robert Earle invites you to come and discuss "Part 1: Allison" (pp. 1-54) of Krakauer's 2015 book Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town. Krakauer’s text will be used to motivate a discussion of the topic of sexual assault on college campuses. The book is on faculty reserve in the library and you are welcome to make a copy of the reading.


Adjuncts Meet With the Dean

Mon. 5/2 Noon College Teaching Center

All adjuncts are invited to bring their questions and concerns for an informal conversation with Dean Carl Penziul.


Reading & Discussion Group

Wed. 5/4 Noon College Teaching Center

Continuing discussion of Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric, a multi-award winning book of prose, poetry and art, that illuminates the frequent disconnects between the races in the U.S. Reading & Discussion Group meets first Wednesday of the month.