Events

Registration is requested for all events. All are welcome at all events, but we order food based on pre-registrations received up to three business days in advance of each event.

Presentation slides and handouts, and sometimes audio and/or video recordings, are archived on the Morgan Center's myWPI (Blackboard) site. To access, log on to myWPI and check your Organization listings. If the Morgan Center is not listed, go to the Community tab, do an organization seach for "Morgan", and enroll in the site.

Food for Thought Teaching & Learning Series

The Food for Thought Teaching & Learning Series consists of 8-12 seminars and workshops each academic year, most often given by WPI faculty and staff. The purpose of this series is to stimulate dialogue and reflection on teaching and student learning, to exchange teaching ideas and evidence-based promising practices, and to showcase teaching and curricular innovations. Within this series each year, there are typically several events on Writing Across the Curriculum and Technology for Teaching and Learning.

Frontiers of Engineering Education - Educational Innovation Seminar Series

The Frontiers of Engineering Education - Educational Innovation Seminar Series brings national leaders in teaching and learning to the WPI campus on an annual basis.

Events Hosted by the Colleges of Worcester Consortium

Arthur Zajonc, "The Heart of Higher Education" (pdf flyer)
Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 7:00pm
Worcester State University, Student Center, The Blue Lounge

Carol Lerch, "Blueprint for Creating Measurable Student Learning Outcomes - A Workshop" (pdf flyer with registration link)
Friday, October 5, 2012, 1:00-3:00pm
Worcester State University, Student Center, Fallon Room

Jose Antonio Bowen, "Teaching Naked: How Moving  Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning"
Friday, October 19, 2012, 1:00-4:00pm
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (more details coming soon)

 
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