Please join us for two support sessions that are focused on multi-section courses that use Blueprint templates, these sessions will focus on tips for setting up and customizing your Canvas shells with guidance from our course directors, Online Learning Coordinator, and OLT. The Foundations Course (ENGL150/25) Spring Semester Kickoff will be from 9:30 to 11:00 … Continue reading ISU COMM Spring Semester Kick-Off Meetings
Earlier this week, 52 individuals and teams learned they received one of 12 COVID-19 Exceptional Effort Awards, announced in October to recognize the extraordinary and innovative ways Iowa Staters strived to overcome the challenges of the pandemic. Caroliena Cabada received a Graduate Student Teaching Impact Award “for providing a seamless transition to online delivery for … Continue reading Caroliena Cabada receives a Graduate Student Teaching Impact Award
Congratulations to Brenna Dixon, Brianna Stoever, Charissa Menefee, Gulbahar Beckett, Jenny Aune, Laura Brown, & Taylor Anne Barriuso on being recognized for their work in 2020. To celebrate effective teaching, advising, and mentoring, the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) partners with ISU Learning Communities, Multicultural Student Affairs, Student Government, and Graduate and … Continue reading Congratulations to the 2020 CyThx Award winners.
Congratulations to the following graduate students! Recipients of the Graduate College Research Excellence Awards (REA) and/or Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA) by the Graduate Studies Committee Fall 2020 Research Excellence Awards Fall 2020 Nazlinur Gokturk Tuney ALT Carol Chapelle/Evg Chukharev-Khudilaynen, Major Profs Teaching Excellence Awards Fall 2020 Caroliena Cabada … Continue reading Fall 2020 TEA/REA Award Winners
Saturday’s Child Press has chosen Christiana Langenberg’s story, “Maybe It’s a Wednesday” as the $1000 1st place winner of its Fiction Contest. The editor stated “This is a beautiful story: poignant, nuanced and lyrical.” Publication date TBA.
“White Mansions, Black Bodies: Jordan Peele’s Get Out and the New Age Slave Plantation” The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences presents the Fall 2020 Dean’s Lecture, featuring Novotny Lawrence, associate professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication. This lecture will discuss Jordan Peele’s horror thriller “Get Out,” demonstrating the ways in which … Continue reading Novotny Lawrence Presents the Fall 2020 Dean’s Lecture
November 5, 2020, 6:00pm | Online -- see the announcement for details