Reception: Suklima Roy, Wolfe Institute

Luncheon and Roundtable Discussions

12:00 noon – 1:15 p.m.
Ⓓ Gold, 6th Floor

Hispanic and Native American Students in STEM: Creating New Communities of Excellence

  • Mara Schvarzstein, Biology
  • Mariana Torrente, Chemistry

The Conflict between Surveillance and the Free Expression of Ideas

  • Sandra Reuben Kingan, Mathematics

Not All the Good Jobs Are For Profit: Careers in Government and the Non-Profit Sector

  • Dov Fischer, Accounting
  • Anthony Crossman, Accounting
  • Satina Williams, Accounting
  • Jeong Um, Undergraduate Student
  • Steven Schechter, Executive Director of Government and External Affairs

Badging, Microcredentialing and Alternative/New Program Types

  • Lucas Rubin, Assistant Dean for Academic Programs
  • Louise Hainline, Psychology
  • Mariana Regalado, Library
  • Matthew Harrick, Library

Not a House of Cards: How to Use Assessment to Build a Strong Foundation for Your Curriculum

  • Beth Evans, Library
  • Catherine McEntee, Biology
  • Mobina Hashmi, Television and Radio
  • Mel Pipe, Acting Assistant Provost for Planning and Special Projects

Disabilities Studies from the Perspectives of Different Disciplines: Art, Science and Service

  • Susan Longtin, Speech Communication Arts and Sciences
  • Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Conservatory of Music
  • Scott Dexter, Computer and Information Science

The Experiences of Women Faculty Leaders at BC

  • Katherine Fry, Television and Radio
  • Graciela Elizalde-Utnick, School Psychology, Counseling and Leadership
  • Ellen Walker, Psychology
  • Paula Whitlock, Computer and Information Sciences

Exploring the REAL Issues Facing PreK-16 Public Education

  • Deborah Shanley, Secondary Education
  • Haroon Kharem, Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education

Flipping Over General Education: Team Based Learning

  • Jennifer Ball, Art
  • Dmitry Brogun, Biology
  • Michael Goyette, Classics
  • Sharona Levy, Speech Communication Arts and Sciences