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Executive Vice President and Provost

Sustainable Development with Community: Learning from Reggio

Sohyun Meacham, curriculum and instruction, will facilitate this discussion. 

Reggio Emilia is a city located in northern Italy renowned for its innovative education and sustainable development with community. This workshop will explore collaborative school projects that engage the community, investigate city efforts toward artistic and organic reuse of waste materials and brainstorm ways community engagement practices of Reggio pertain to the Cedar Valley. 

Wakonse Teaching Conference Information Session

Victoria DeFrancisco, Communication Studies; Brittany Flokstra, Chemistry/Biochemistry; Abbylynn Helgevold, Philosophy and World Religions; and Jennifer Waldron, HPELS, will present information about the Wakonse Teaching Conference.

Wakonse is a conference on college teaching that takes place at Camp Miniwanca on Lake Michigan in Shelby, Mich., May 23 to 28. (www.wakonse.org).  "Wakonse," a Lakota word that means “to teach, to inspire” is a yearly “professor camp” sponsored by the University of Missouri. 

The CETL will sponsor up to 10 UNI faculty for this year's conference. The registration deadline is Monday, March 21.  Registert with this form.

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