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Center for Teaching and Learning News and Updates

2015 Summer Institute

Registration is Open!

Tuesday, May 26 – Thursday, May 28, 2015

North Carolina Research Campus, Kannapolis, NC

The 2015 Summer Institute, co-hosted by the Rowan-Cabarrus Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic and Career Advising Center (Title III), and the Perkins Grant Committee.

Register Today!

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2014-2015 Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients

Congratulations to our 2014-2015 Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients

Jade Bittle, English
Full-Time Excellence in Teaching Award Recipient

Aimee Durham, Computer Technology Integration
Part-Time Excellence in Teaching Award Recipient

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Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients

Congratulations to our 2013-2014

Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients

Carol Beaver, Nursing
Full-Time Excellence in Teaching Award Recipient

Tabelech Shipp, Physical Sciences
Part-Time Excellence in Teaching Award Recipient

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2014 Summer Institute Dates

Save the Date!

2014 Summer Institute

May 27 – 30

More details to come…

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2013 Summer Institute Registration is Open!

Registration for the 2013 Summer Institute is now open!

 

Register Today!

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Summer Institute Dates

Save the Date!

2013 Summer Institute

May 29th & 30th

More details to come…

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You’re Invited!

Las Abuelas

Join us for a screening of the documentary, Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo and the Search for Identity, followed by a conversation with the producer, UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication professor C.A. Tuggle.

When: Thursday, April 25 • 5-6:30 p.m.
Where: Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Building at the NC Research Campus, Room 115

UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication professor C.A. Tuggle has won an international Indie Award of Excellence for his documentary film “Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo and the Search for Identity.”

This documentary tells the story of Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, an Argentinian human rights organization of grandmothers committed to finding their lost grandchildren, who they believe were stolen by their country’s government some 30 years ago. At least 10,000 — and some estimate as many as 30,000 — dissidents of the military dictatorship were kidnapped, tortured and killed during Argentina’s Dirty War from 1976-1983. Those kidnapped became known as Los Desaparecidos
or “the disappeared.”

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CTL Blackboard Site Update

The CTL Blackboard site has been updated and now contains 2012 Summer Institute presentation materials as well as access information for Magna 20 Minute Mentor and Magna Commons. We’re adding resources on a regular basis, so check in often!

To log into Blackboard, use the quick link at the top of the page.

 

 

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2012 Summer Institute registration is open.

Week One Registration (May 21 – May 25)

Week Two Registration (May 29 – June 1)

Week Three Registration (June 4-8)

For more information on the sessions review the session descriptions.

 

Registration is for planning purposes. This is important in order to provide a preliminary headcount, as well as compensation estimates for non 12-month faculty employees.

If you need to adjust your registration after submitting, please access the registration form again, enter your contact information, then update only the session(s) that need to be changed/added. You DO NOT need to reselect all previously selected sessions .

Attendance will be taken at each session and your name must be recorded on the roster in order to receive credit for attending.

Please Note: As with all conferences, unforeseen circumstances (weather, travel disruptions, etc.) may arise and the schedule may be affected. If you register for a session that is impacted by an unexpected event, we will notify you via the email you provided during registration.

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2012 Summer Institute: Call for Proposals

The 2012 Summer Institute will be held May 21 – June 8.

The theme of this year’s institute is Inspiring Success. What characteristics define success? How can we inspire our students to succeed both inside and outside of the classroom? The program will host a variety of sessions that will motivate, encourage and provide the tools needed for inspiring success.

Call for Proposals

All RCCC faculty are invited to submit presentation proposals for the 2012 Summer Institute. The deadline for submitting proposals is Monday, April 30th at 3 p.m.

For more information visit the Summer Institute webpage.

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