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UF FACULTY SUMMIT

Image: UF Slogan "Know, Do, Become" displayed over decorative image of students walking by admin building in spring

DO YOU TEACH A GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE?

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“Why do I need to take this class?” Courses outside their major change what students know, do, and become. Join your colleagues from across Boise State to talk about how we can better transmit the personal, professional, and social power of general education and the University’s shared learning goals to students. Then join a breakout workshop to more deeply consider your own course and disciplinary category.

The Summit will conclude with Boise State’s first annual University Foundations Teaching Awards celebrating exemplary teaching for non-majors. Several winning instructors will become Boise State’s nominees to Idaho’s new statewide awards.


Schedule:

Friday, March 29

General Session: 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
Micron Business & Economic Building (MBEB), Skagg’s Hall, Room 1301

Chosen Breakout Session: 1:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
Various Classrooms in Micron Business and Engineering Building (MBEB), Interactive Learning Center (ILC), and Communication Building (COMB)

Foundations of Intellectual Life (UF 100)  –  MBEB Room 1106
Foundations of Ethics & Diversity (UF 200)  –  MBEB Room 4001
Foundations of Writing  –  MBEB Room 2302
Foundations of Mathematics  –  MBEB Room 2301
Foundations of Arts  –  MBEB Room 2101
Foundations of Humanities  –  MBEB 1210
Foundations of Natural, Physical, and Applied Sciences  –  ILC 202
Foundations of Social Sciences  –  MBEB 1107
Foundations of Oral Communication – COMB 138
Finishing Foundations Subcommittee*  –  MBEB 2241

Teaching Awards Reception: 4:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Stueckle Sky Center, Skyline Room


Adjunct faculty who attend will receive a $100 stipend.


Questions? Contact University Foundations.
(208) 426-4057
UniversityFoundations@boisestate.edu

*This year’s Finishing Foundations breakout session is for GEC subcommittee members. Next year’s session may be aimed more broadly.