Faculty Mini-Retreat: Strategies for Faculty
Friday April 27, 2012 | 9:15 AM-12:00 PM
Strategies for Faculty: Understanding and Reacting to Student BehaviorPlease join Erik Kneubuehl, Student Affairs, and Deborah Klesenski-Rispoli, Academic Affairs, for this CET mini-retreat breakfast. Topics such as understanding the difference between classroom management and student crisis, and strategies for responding to challenging situations are addressed. FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy) information is presented and campus resources explored.
Faculty Mini-Retreat: Social Networking Tools
Friday November 11th 2011| 9:30AM-12:30PM
Social Networking Tools: Expanding Teaching and Learning with Global Outreach
Ruben Quinones, Director of New Media @ Path Interactive, and an adjunct at NYU, explores the role of social networking in education and its potential to promote inclusive by bringing distant and diverse populations into a collaborative academic dialogue. Guided lab time with Jeffrey Riman, CET, Kurt Vega, Computer Graphics, Meredith Perkins, Patricia Krakow and James Pearce, TDT
Student/Faculty Mini-Retreat: A Campus Conversation
Wednesday April 6th, 2011 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Featuring a Clicker Presentation with both Student and Faculty Responses
Please join Erik Kneubuehl, Dean for Student Development, and faculty facilitators, Susan Breton, Counseling Center, Charlotte Brown, Educational Skills, Philip Milio, Student Life, Carmita Sanchez Fong, Interior Design, Nancy Sheridan, FMM, and Samantha Kloeckener, student leader, for a mini-retreat conversation and exchange of ideas. Topics will include new challenges on today's college campus, maintaining a student-centered classroom, and the impact of ever-evolving technology on academic life.
Faculty Mini-Retreat Luncheon: Toward a Greener, Sustainable, More Eco-responsible Curriculum (Part 2 of 2)
Friday, March 4th, 2011 | 12noon-3pm
Science + Design = Effective Business!
Elaine Maldonado and Karen Pearson would like to welcome you to the second faculty mini-retreat on Sustainability. Please join Susan Elrod, Director of Project Kaleidoscope , a leading science education center based in Washington D.C. and FIT faculty MaryAnn Allacci, Interior Design, Sandra Markus, Fashion Design, and Robert Vassalotti, Fashion Merchandising Management. Presentations and activities will focus on the role of science in developing sustainable products, and effective business and marketing plans.
Faculty Mini-Retreat Breakfast: Toward a Greener, Sustainable, More Eco-responsible Curriculum (Part 1 of 2)
Friday November 12 2010 | 9:00 am - Noon
Please join guest speaker, Scott Boylston, Savannah College of Art & Design and FIT faculty Arthur Kopelman, Sandra Krasovec, Karen Pearson, Shireen Musa, Grazyna Pilatowicz and Scott Lundberg in an exploration of "greening the curriculum". This event has been made possible by grants from the NSF and the FIT Sustainability Council in cooperation with the CET. Breakfast will be provided. Download Scott's Presentation
Mini-Retreat Breakfast: Blended Learning - Classrooms Without Walls...sometimes
Friday April 16th, 2010 | 9:00 am - Noon
Join Tamara Cupples, David Drogin, Jeffrey Riman, Elaine Maldonado and Karen Pearson, for the final mini-retreat of the academic year. Explore the possibilities of teaching a class partially online and partially face-to-face. Talk to FIT faculty who currently teach blended courses and learn more about this innovative approach to teaching and learning. Breakfast will be provided.
Mini-Retreat Luncheon: Fulbright Scholars Change the World
Tuesday, February 9, 2010 | Noon - 3:00 pm