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Event Poster for The Future of Undergraduate Education


Michael McPherson, President Emeritus, Spencer Foundation
Karl Scholz, Dean, College of Letters and Sciences

Faculty Panel

Tim Dale, Political Science, UW-La Crosse
Fay Akindes, UW System
Emily Fletcher, Philosophy, UW-Madison
Lynn Glueck, Instructional Coach, MMSD

Student Panel

Christian Cuevas, Computer Science, UW-Madison
Lexi Argall, Political Science, UW-Madison
Kailey Mullane, Economics, Communication Arts, UW-Madison
Joe Venuta, Philosophy, UW-Madison

Thursday, May 31, 2018
11:30 a.m.-1:10 p.m.
Skyview Room, Fluno Center

How to improve our teaching? The first recommendation of The Future of Undergraduate Education, a report from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, is that we work to improve undergraduate instruction. But how? Join the Center for Ethics and Education, the College of Letters & Sciences, and the American Academy for the Arts and Sciences for lunch on May 31st, to discuss strategies for improving instruction. Panels will feature faculty from the UW-Madison and the UW system, and students from UW-Madison, offering practical ideas for improving instruction.

Co-sponsored by The American Academy of Arts & Sciences and the College of Letters & Science.

Related article by Harry Brighouse
What Students Say Is Good Teaching. Published in Inside Higher Ed. (2018)