Thursday, April 19, 2012
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Teaching Support Centre; Room 122 The D. B. Weldon Library
The inaugural Research on Teaching Symposium showcases Research on Teaching projects being done here at Western. It also provides the opportunity for faculty members, librarians and archivists, and graduate students who wish to learn more about Research on Teaching or who have considered doing such scholarship to meet and interact with colleagues who have completed Research on Teaching projects. The symposium will feature presentations by two recipients of the 2010 Research on Teaching Small Grants award. Carroll Iwasiw of the Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing will speak on her project, “Writing Levels of Year 1 Students in Western-Fanshawe Collaborative BScN Program.” Also, Kathy Hibbert and Roz Stooke of the Faculty of Education will report on their project, “Supporting Graduate Students’ Writing in Curriculum Studies.” The Symposium will also feature a poster session with completed research being presented by faculty members and librarians from the Arts & Humanities, Education, Health Sciences, Science, the Schulich School, and Western Libraries.
Registration and program details can be found on the website.