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PAST MEETINGS


CHAS HUMANITIES
FACULTY CONFERENCE

MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE
SOUTH HADLEY, MA
MAY 28, 2008
AGENDA

 8:30 AM                              Registration/Coffee,  Kendade Atrium
 9:00  AM                             Welcome,
Cleveland L-2
                                          
Dr. Joanne V. Creighton, President, Mount Holyoke College

 9:15 - 10:30  AM                  Pedagogy in the Humanities Panel, Cleveland L-2
                                            John Wertheimer, Professor of History, Davidson College,
                                                         
Collaborative Research Seminar  
                                            Robin Blaetz, Associate Professor of Film Studies, Mt. Holyoke College
                                                          on Faculty-Student Collaborations
                                            
Joseph Hall, Assistant Professor of History, Bates College with
                                           
James Francis, Penobscot Tribal Historian

                                                           on
Community Participation with Student Research
10:30 - 10:45  AM                 Coffee Break,
Kendade Atrium
10:45 - 12:00 PM  
                Wise Mentoring Panel, Cleveland L-2

                                           Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Assistant Professor of Psychology,
                                                          
Yale University, on Stereotype Threat
                                           Raisa Williams, Dean of First-Year Students, Haverford College,
                                                           on A Team Approach to Mentoring
                                           Joan Snitzer, Senior Lecturer of Art History, Barnard College and
                                           Mary Cochran, Associate Professor, Professional Practice, Dance Department
                                                         Barnard College on Mentoring Underrepresented Students
12:00 - 1:00 PM                   LUNCH,
Willits Hallowell Center Smith Dining Room
1:00 - 1:50 PM                    Peer-led Learning Panel, Cleveland L-2
                                          Laura Greenfield, Coordinator of the Speaking, Arguing and Writing Program,
                                                          (SAW), Mt. Holyoke College, on Mentored Courses in the Humanities
                                          Pam Cobrin, Director of the Writing Center, Barnard College, on
                                                          Peer Mentored Courses

1:55 - 2:45 PM                    Writing Across the Humanities Panel,
Cleveland L-2
                                          Sue Layden,
Associate Dean of Student Affairs
, Skidmore College
                                                           on Humanities Faculty Engaged in Skills Building Work Through HEOP
                                          Patricia Hager, Acting Director of the Writing Workshop, Bates College
                                                           on
Professional Writing Tutors
2:45 - 3:00 PM                    Coffee Break,  
Kendade Atrium    
3:00 - 4:00PM                     Best practices discussion, Cleveland L-2
4:00 PM                             Pedagogy grant announcement/Closing,
Cleveland L-2

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