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All sessions will be held in the Curris Center Small Ballroom.
"Forum at a Glance" schedule is also available.
Tuesday, October 21, 2003
8:30–9:15 Changing Faculty/Resistant Students: Lessons
from an Experiment. Meg Brown (Modern Languages), Peggy Schrock
(Art), Staci Stone (English & Philosophy), Terry Strieter (History).
9:30–10:45 Changing teaching styles to reflect changing populations. Paul Naberezny (Counseling and Testing), Ricky Cox (Chemistry), Margie Boldt (Accounting), Joy Navan.
11:00–12:00 What do they want from us? Gina
Winchester (Career Services), Paula Hulick (Student Affairs), Ross Meloan (Career
Services), Scott Gordon (School Relations).
12:00–12:30 Hearty Snacks
12:30–1:15 Meeting new student research needs: Student relationships with the library and research. Jen Schatz (Library), Linda Bartnik (Library), Laura Ewald (Library)
1:15–1:45 Coffee Break. Open Discussion of Library Databases and Services. Do you know what the library can offer? Don’t miss out on services and resources that have been added since your last visit. Library staff will be here to demonstrate and discuss new services. They want to hear what resources/services you’d like to see.
2:00–3:00 The Students Speak! Student Attitudes
and Behaviors toward Plagiarism, Copyright, and Intellectual Property. Mark
Masthay (Chemistry), Student panel: Andrew Hill, Michael McCann, Josh Rose.
3:15–4:15 Changing Student Demographics; How Does
the University Change to Meet it? Sandra Jordan (Interim Assistant
Provost, Dean Humanities and Fine Arts), Renae Duncan (Psychology), Sue Sroda (English and Philosophy).
4:30–5:30 We say “Thank You”, they say “TY”. How do they communicate with each other? How can we communicate with them? Squire Babcock (English and Philosophy), Barbara Malinauskas (Organizational Communications), Bonnie McNeely (Management, Marketing and Business Administration), Fred Miller (Management, Marketing and Business Administration).
Wednesday, October 22
7:30–8:15 The Technology Divide, between and among
faculty, between and among students. Paradigm shifts to meet the challenges. Pam
Brewer (English and Philosophy), Sue Sroda (English and Philosophy), Latricia
Trites (English and Philosophy), Marcie Johnson (English and Philosophy),
Tom Lough (Education).
8:30–9:20 The Students Speak! What are they up to
now? Blogs, Mobbing, IM, Ultima Online Wayne Hamaker Jr. (CTLT),
Student Panel: Andrew Hill, Michael McCann, Julie Hoffman, Josh Rose, Garrett
9:30–10:20 It’s all in the Zeitgeist: Connecting to the Millennials (those born in the 80’s and beyond) John Dillon (Journalism, Mass Communication), Roger Schoenfeldt (Management, Marketing and Business Administration), Bob Lochte (Journalism, Mass Communication), Ken Wolf (History), Larry Guin (Economics and Finance).
10:30–11:20 Beyond the Classroom: Mentoring to Engage
Today’s Students in Research, Creative, and Scholarly Activities. John
Mateja (URSA Office), Terry Derting (Biological Sciences), Staci Stone (English & Philosophy),
Paula Waddill (Psychology), Renee Campoy (Educational Studies, Leadership, & Counseling),
Student Panel: Mary Alice Bighinatti, Christina Bayens, Richard Blalock.
11:20 Faculty Luncheon. They are Coming, MSU. Are
you ready? Dr. Louvenia Peavie (Guidance Counselor, Ft. Campbell
High School), Ms. Susan Williams (Guidance Counselor, Calloway County High
School), Ms. Regena Parham (Guidance Counselor, Ft. Campbell Middle School).
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