Teaching Outside the Classroom -- Making a Difference in Students' Lives

October 31, 2007 - 5:00am
Hartley Conference Center, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building.

Teaching and learning are multidimensional processes, only some of which occur in the classroom or even in connection with actual courses.  Many of the most treasured aspects of undergraduate education derive from other types of learning experiences, in service fellowships, internships, student volunteer organizations, undergraduate research, senior honors thesis writing, and overseas studies and travel.  How can faculty help make a positive difference in these vital aspects and in helping guide students toward the rounded education and personal maturation that are the hallmarks of a great university experience?

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Center for Teaching and Learning
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