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Lunch & Learn Series
The Center for Faculty Development, the Office of Research Development and Education and CU Online are
pleased to sponsor the 2013-2014 Lunch
& Learn series that provides faculty the opportunity to meet and network with
their colleagues across campus and learn about resources to support and enhance
teaching, research funding and creative activities while enjoying lunch.
Lunch & Learn schedule and registration
is posted on the CFD website. Lunch will be provided at
these informal sessions where facilitated discussions encourage open
conversation amongst all participants. Topics this year include: Curricular Innovations; Enhancing your
Pedagogy with Tools to Save Time; Advantages and Disadvantages of Publishing in
Open-access and Traditional Journals; Creating and Nurturing Positive Classroom
Environments; and Funding Strategies.
are accepted from December 9, 2013 through May 16, 2014. The
PTLC is a comprehensive, collaborative program that offers access to supportiveexpert
educational research programs, financial support from the Office of the
campus Provosts, and a structured plan for completion of a classroom research project.
The Collaborative is committed to establishing the University of Colorado as a leader
in research and scholarship on teaching and learning. The Collaborative will
projects emphasizing student learning and assessing of course learning.
more information on proposal guidelines and submission
click here for the Call for 2014_2015 Research Proposals_President's Teaching_Learning Collaborative_PTLC.pdf
Current Exhibition at CFD
Eric Waldemar teaches drawing, design, digital painting, and interdisciplinary courses in the College of Arts & Media at CU Denver. His paintings, prints, and drawings range from gestural abstraction, to intricate board games, to unnerving animals and tranquil landscapes. His film and video work includes abstract hand-painted animation, alternate histories, such as The Origin of Music (1994), and personal, contemplative works like The Thinking Truck (2008), which combines animation, narrative, and visual music. His aesthetic was profoundly shaped by close friendships with artists Homare Ikeda, Stan Brakhage, and Harry Smith. His work has been exhibited worldwide; selected venues include the Denver Art Museum, CU Boulder, STARZ Denver International Film Festival, Redline Denver, Chicago Filmmakers, Wandesford Quay and San Francisco Cinematheque.
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