Kudos to Bethann Moran-Handzlik, lecturer of art and design, for her first place overall in PleinAir Salon with her work, "Community Garden New Years Day." Read more »
Kudos to Nicole Weber, director of learning technology, on being selected as one of 50 global panelists for the 2020 Horizon Report. The Horizon Report is an annual publication that seeks to identify key trends, challenges, and developments related to educational technology in higher education. This is Weber’s second time being selected to the panel.
Kudos to Andrew Cole, learning technology specialist, on being selected as a panelist for the National Communication Association’s Annual Convention. Cole will be speaking on a panel called, “Surviving the future of communication instruction: New media and digital pedagogy.” The convention is Nov. 14-17 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Kudos to faculty members Susan Huss-Lederman, Juk Bhattacharyya and Brianna Deering, who published a book chapter on investigating environmental sustainability in an English writing course for international students. The book, published by Routledge, is titled “Project-based learning in second language acquisition: Building communities of practice in higher education.”
Kudos to Marilyn Annucci, professor of languages and literatures, whose book “The Arrows That Choose Us” was chosen by the Wisconsin Library Association as a winner of Outstanding Poetry. Read more »