2017 SUS FACULTY RETREAT

Stakes – Tavern Stakes – Veranda Stakes – Parlor Trophy Room Millionaire’s Row
Session 1
9:15 – 10:45
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
ART in Education:
Attitude Retention Trust
Dennis Wible
Session 2
11:00 – Noon
Bridging Research and Practice:
How You Can Become a Scholar-Practitioner
Teresa Daniel, Cara Marco and Anthony Piña
Teachers, Meet Your Students! Students, Meet Your Teachers!
Jim Barks
Making Open Science Work for You and Your Students at a Career-Focused University
Joan Combs Durso
Using SPSS:
A Primer
Jeff Johnson
Session 3
2:00 – 3:00
Inclusion:
The Key to Keeping Students Focused and Involved
Dennis Wible
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Early Lessons Learned Using Blackboard Tools for Monitoring and Supporting Student Engagement and Retention
Joan Combs Durso and Jim Kearfott
If Active Learning is the Best Method, Why Not Gamify It?
George Bergstrom, David Hinkes and Heather Merrifield
Organizational Management Conflict Resolution
Janie Johnson
Session 4
3:15 – 4:15
Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout
Bonnnie Wible
Benefits of Working as an Adjunct
Brian Carter 
 Enhancing Our College Graduates’ Employability Skills
Haleh Karimi
From Engaged to Engaging: Taking Advantage of New Tools in Blackboard
Anthony Piña
Institutional Effectiveness High Impact Practices (IE/HIP): Alignment of Mission
Charles Brown
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