Dear SUNY colleagues,
I’m excited to announce an opportunity to build community and learn new high impact teaching practices free of charge through a National Science Foundation-funded program for the SUNY System. To achieve our project goal of fostering broad dissemination of high impact instructional practices through the SUNY system, we will be offering training, resources and community to support educators who want to implement active, inclusive teaching practices.
This summer we kick off our program with two opportunities to take part in the Mobile Summer Institutes on Scientific Teaching (MoSI), scientific meaning scholarly) and Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) virtual workshop. This is a 5-day, intensive virtual workshop combining interactive workshops and collaborative, project-based sessions where you will develop active, inclusive teaching modules that will be peer-reviewed (see the attached flier and week-at-a-glance agenda).
The first (free!) MoSI-SENCER virtual workshop will be the week of June 20-24th. Apply here(applications will be accepted up to June 16th).
If you are unable to make this date, there will be a second (free!) MoSI-SENCER virtual workshop in either July or August. If interested, apply here and vote on the dates for the second workshop. We will pick the dates that serve the most participants.
Please let me know if you have any questions about our workshops. I hope to meet/work with you this summer. Have a wonderful summer!
PI – NSF-funded SUNY High Impact Practices Project
Michelle D. Withers, Ph.D.
Biological Sciences Department
4400 Vestal Parkway East
Binghamton, NY 13902