The power of collaboration
So often, as we plan our course lessons, we seek inspiration from others in order to carve out new ideas and create new activities. Critical thinking does not happen in a vacuum, and as we encourage our students to seek out resources and collectively brainstorm, we can do the same.
Connections with our colleagues can lead to new ideas, whether our collaborations take place via faculty committees, on-site workshops or virtual discussions. View the list of EFSC Faculty Committees.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for, propose an idea. We encourage full- and part-time EFSC faculty to submit workshop proposals. Access the Workshop Proposal Form & how to submit.
Table Talks: A chance to give input
Faculty, staff and students have the opportunity to informally meet with Dr. Linda Miedema, Vice President, Academic Affairs and Chief Learning Officer to ask questions, clarify answers and seek other input.
Dr. Miedema visits each campus at least five times per year for these discussions.Check the faculty calendar for upcoming Table Talk dates.
Review the Table Talk summary of recent questions/concerns that have been raised and the follow up to each. If you have additional comments about these or other concerns, please email Dr. Linda Miedema. Your input is important. Thank you.