Professional Development Institute celebrates its 40th year in 2019.
The purpose of the event is to provide a time to share ideas, explore issues, and gain insights into learning, teaching, and service.
Two events will look at issues around the definition of death and organ transplantation and trafficking.
Capron will lead an afternoon panel discussion and deliver an evening lecture in the Lory Student Center.
Research shows that jumping in right away with a full course load is best for students' academic success, and that the first four weeks are a crucial time for faculty and staff to make solid connections with students.
The annual workshops for teaching, learning, and using technology in the classroom will be held Aug. 7-9 and feature updates on both technologies and teaching techniques.
From language study to environmental research, several CSU students and recent graduates will be spending the summer engaged in impressive international projects.
The Women & Gender Collaborative continues its Collaborative Conversations series this spring with a new schedule of panelist presentations.
The Spring U-Turn Event will take place on Thursday, March 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the LSC North Ballroom.