On January 9, the university will hold the 9th iTeach Faculty Symposium on Teaching, which offers an opportunity for faculty across the Danforth and Medical campuses to exchange ideas about effective teaching prior to the start of the spring semester. This biennial symposium, which showcases new and innovative instructional strategies, is a collaboration between Arts & Sciences, University Libraries, and The Teaching Center, with support from the Office of the Provost.
The iTeach Faculty Symposium on Teaching will bring together faculty from all seven schools of Washington University to learn about innovative and evidence-based teaching. The biennial symposium will begin with a plenary by Mary Murphy, PhD (Associate Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences and Associate Vice Provost for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Indiana University). Sixteen sessions on teaching and research on teaching and learning will follow, with additional opportunities for discussion during the symposium breakfast, lunch, and reception.
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