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Clothing Drive- November 17- December 2

With our ongoing effort to participate in helping students on campus as well as engaging with the community, Boise State Refugee Alliance will be having a clothing drive on campus in efforts to gather warm clothing for refugees who may not have them. We will distribute donations to resettlement agencies, and other agencies as we see fit. The event will go from Nov. 17-Dec. 2. If you have any clothes you want to donate (any size/age), that would be wonderful. Also, shoes and blankets are much needed. You may drop off your clothing in designated bins at the ILC and SUB.

Please spread the word! Thank you in advance. This is going to be fantastic!!!


Upcoming Workshop: Classroom Design for UF200 and UF300 Faculty

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 2:00pm in ILC 315.

This session will build from the November 14th Effective Course Design session, so please register for both. Register for November 14 session by clicking here

You may also attend just this session, but please check with Susan or Riley so that you are prepared to join the conversation.

We will tackle FSP specific challenges around meeting common course expectations while tailoring the course to your specific passions and expertise.

RSVP: here

Upcoming Workshop: Course Design for UF200 and UF300 Faculty

Effective Course Design Workshop, Friday, November 14, 2014 @ 1:30pm in ILC 313.

A good course design impacts both how much and what kind of things students learn and how smoothly a course rolls out for a faculty member.

Participants in this introduction to course design will explore the basics of “backwards” course design – a process of using intended student learning to frame the course, its activities and the kind of assessments of student learning that will be used.

Those new to course design and those who’ve mastered the process but want time to reflect on how to apply it to a new or soon-to-be-redesigned course are welcome!

RSVP: here