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Delta Program Info Session
Updated by Janaina on October 22, 3:00pm

 

Date: Thursday, November 6, 2014

Time: 8:30 am10:00 am (drop-in)
Location:
Union South (TITU)

Registration is not required

 

Please join us for an informal drop-in session to learn how Delta can help you meet your goals in teaching, learning and mentoring. The Info Session will be an opportunity to meet with staff members and instructors. The session is designed to help map your personal goals onto Delta’s offerings, which include the following: credit-based graduate courses, internship opportunities to develop Teaching-As-Research projects, small group facilitated discussion groups, workshops, a certificate capstone experience and much more.

 

Coffee and pastries will be provided!

If you have any questions, please contact Janaina Saad at jmsaad@wisc.edu.

 

Academic Excellence Initiative Workshop - Fall 2014
Updated by Janaina on September 18, 3:30pm

 

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

 

Delta will be hosting an Academic Excellence Retreat on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 for all of the UW-Madison campus. The overall goal of the event is to get

faculty & staff who teach in courses with adverse academic outcomes (i.e., high D, F, drop rate) for under-represented minority (URM), 1st generation in college, and low socio-economic status (SES) undergraduate students to work with course-level data that is provided by Academic Planning and Institutional Research (APIR) and the Office of the Registrar. This retreat builds on the work around this issue, of many units and individuals across campus.We will help attendees identify aspects of their curriculum and teaching that are suitable for further examination and ultimately, for action.

 

Click here for more information or contact Don Gillian-Daniel at dldaniel@wisc.edu.