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January 26
WHAT THE HECK IS PASSACAGLIA?
Christian Ellenwood, Associate Professor, Music Department
Two-Time Recipient of the College of Arts and Communication Excellence in Teaching Award and of the 2001 W.P.,Roseman Excellence in Teaching Award
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February 2
THE BIBLE OF AMIENS: THE SCULPTURE OF THE GREAT CATHEDRAL
Chris Henige, Associate Professor & Chair, Art Department
Recipient of the 2005 College of Arts and Communication Excellence in Teaching Award
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February 9
LISTEN UP! : STRATEGIES FOR BEING A BETTER LISTENER
Barb Penington, Associate Professor & Chair, Communication Department
2006 Winner of College of Arts and Communication Excellence in Teaching Award and Recipient of 2007 W.P. Roseman Excellence in Teaching Award
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February 16
GENERATIONS THEORY: LOOKING ACROSS GENERATIONS TO CREATE UNDERSTANDING
Brenda O’Beirne, Associate Professor, Counselor Education Department
Recipient of the College of Education Excellence in Teaching Award and Recipient of 1999 W.P. Roseman
Excellence in Teaching Award
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February 23
ADVERTISER USE OF PSYCHOLOGY: BEHAVIORAL CONDITIONING
Lois Smith, Professor, Marketing Department and Interim Dean of the College of Business and Economics
Recipient of the 2007 UW System Regents Teaching Excellence Award and the 2006 W.P. Roseman Excellence in Teaching Award
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March 2
WISCONSIN’S NEW FINAL RIGHTS ACT
Linda Reid, Assistant Professor & Chair, Finance and Business Law Department
Recipient of the 2006 Leon P. Hermsen Award for Teaching Excellence in the College of Business and Economics
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March 9
ENRON: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AND HOW DID THEY DO IT?
Robert Gruber, Professor & Chair, Accounting Department
Recipient of the 2008 W.P. Roseman Excellence in Teaching Award and the 1995 Leon P. Hermsen Award for Teaching Excellence in the College of Business and Economics
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March 16
THE MYTH OF NARCISSUS AND ECHO
Rebecca Hogan, Professor, Languages and Literatures Department
Recipient of the 2006 College of Letters and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award and the 1995 David Saunders Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Humanities
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March 30
“IS SEEING BELIEVING ?”: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF VISUAL ILLUSIONS
Greg Cook, Professor, Psychology Department
Recipient of the 2007 College of Letters and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award
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April 6
WHERE DOES KNOWLEDGE COME FROM? THE ROLE OF SCIENCE & RESEARCH IN TEACHING
Greg Valde, Associate Professor, Educational Foundations Department
Recipient of the 1997 W.P. Roseman Excellence in Teaching Award
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April 13
PROMOTING PEACE BY BUILDING SCHOOLS: THE STORY OF THREE CUPS OF TEA
Marilyn Durham, Associate Professor, Languages and Literatures Department
Recipient of the 2008 College of Letters and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award and the 1999 David Saunders
Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Humanities
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April 20
ASIAN AMERICANS: THE FASTEST GROWING MINORITY POPULATION IN THE U.S.
Larry Neuman, Professor, Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice Department
Recipient of the 2004 College of Letters and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award
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