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Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar 2019: Experiential Learning

The spring 2019 Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar has a pedagogical theme that can be considered from a range of perspectives and teaching approaches. As with previous IFS experiences, faculty will meet regularly throughout the semester to consider their understandings of and connections to the theme. During the academic year that follows the seminar (2019-2020), participants will be invited to apply for pedagogical mini-grants that are designed to extend teaching practices and enrich student learning and engagement.

2019 Seminar Participants:

Eric Sung (Seminar Coordinator), Art
Understanding Process and Product for Experiential Learning in Photographic Image MakingIFS Experiential Learning

Ruth Ben-Artzi, Political Science
Follow the Money: Trade, Immigration, and Human Rights

Kathleen Cornely, Chemistry
The HICA Project: A Biochemistry Laboratory CURE (Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience)

Dana Dillon, Theology
Learning Theology Experientially: A Shared Journey to Truth and Love

Sonia Gantman, Accountancy
The Role of the Accounting Information Systems Class and Experiential Learning in Preparing Students for the Audit Class and the Job Market

Ana Cecilia Iraheta, Foreign Language Studies
Getting to Know Our Spanish-Speaking Neighbors through the Study of Language Variation: Classroom and Experiential-Based Learning Approaches

Deirdre Snyder, Management
Teaching Students to Teach Negotiations: Engaging Providence College Students to Teach Young Girls Negotiation Skills

Marcy Zipke, Elementary/Special Education
Teaching with Technology: Learning on the Job