The 2019 Faculty Symposium was another wonderful celebration of our dedicated faculty. The event was held on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019.

Revisit the activities of the 2019 Faculty Symposium:

Time Agenda
3:30 p.m.

Small Group Session I (sessions below occur concurrently)

  • Lightning Talks, Concord Room
  • Lightning Talks, Merrimack Room
4:30 p.m.
Small Group Session II: (sessions below occur concurrently)
  • Lightning Talks, Concord Room
  • Pedagogy Panel & Discussion: What Works? Easy and Practical Teaching Tips You Can Incorporate This Week (presentations followed by discussion), Merrimack Room
    • Pushing Past Personal Boundaries: Helping Honors Students Embrace Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Deb Finch, Associate Teaching Professor, Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Innovation
    • First Impressions, Lasting Results, Michele K. Fox, Associate Teaching Professor, Physical Therapy & Kinesiology
    • Quick Intervention: Mid-Semester Course Evaluations with Keep / Start / Stop, Bridget M. Marshall, Associate Professor, English 
    • Incorporating Weekly Class Prep Assignments, Amy Smalarz, Assistant Teaching Professor, Public Heal
    • Personalized Learning: An end-of-semester Addition Worth Our Time, Jack Schneider, Assistant Professor, Education
5 p.m.Networking
6 p.m.


  • Engineered Biomaterials to Improve Human Health, Gulden Camci-Unal, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Teaching: Four Ideas for Your Consideration, James Nehring, Associate Professor, Leadership in Education, Recipient of the 2019 Manning Prize for Teaching Excellence
6:20 p.m.Faculty Recognition and Reception

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Read this story for some Highlights from the 2019 Faculty Symposium.