Please join the Center for Teaching and Learning as the university community celebrates the scholarly accomplishments of our faculty returning from sabbatical. This spring we will host evening talks in March and April that are appropriately socially distanced, for professors to discuss their learning over the course of their sabbatical experience. Our first evening will pay tribute to the work of Dr. Daniel Burns, Dr. Scott Churchill, and Professor Phil Shore on March 12 ,2021 from 5-6:15 p.m in the Catholic Foundation Boardroom at Cardinal Farrell Hall.
The titles of each presentation are: Dr. Dan Burns, "The Original Meaning of Limited Government: Augustinian Political Thought, Then and Now", Dr. Scott Churchill From ‘the Martin Heidegger Blues’ to ‘Encounters at the End of the World’” " and Professor Phil Shore, “Phenology and Form".
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The Center for Teaching and Learning is a cross-disciplinary, faculty-led initiative to support excellence in teaching, scholarship, professional development, and convivial collegiality.
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The UD Teaching and Learning Planning Committee is composed of faculty from Constantin College of Liberal Arts, Cowan-Blakly Library, Braniff Graduate School, and the Neuhoff Institute for Ministry & Evangelization. The committee is directed by Dr. Carmen Newstreet (EDU). Committee members are Dr. Jodi Hunt (NIME), Dr. Ali Dadpay (COB), Shelley Gayler-Smith (LIB), Dr. Greg Roper (ENG), Dr. Debra Romanick Baldwin (ENG), Dr. Matt Spring (ENG), Dr. Charles Sullivan (HIS) and Dr. William Cody (BIO).
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