Kathryn Hulings, Christina Sutton as well as student-vets Claudia Hernandez, Tony Speed, and Phil Jones contributed to the TILT Short Course: Working with Post-9/11 Student-Veterans.
CO 300 Workshop: Making the Most of the New Textbooks
When: Mon., May 21, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Eddy 2
Presented by the upper-division composition spring team: Kate Kiefer, Beth Lechleitner, Christina Sutton, and Laura Thomas
Join us for a half-day workshop focused on integrating one of the new textbook selections into your CO300 course. The workshop is for current and prospective CO300 instructors who plan to adopt one of the new recommended texts. It includes a discussion of strategies for designing syllabi and assignments as well as hands-on time to collaborate with fellow instructors. RSVP to Laura.Thomas@colostate.edu by May 16 please.
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Each year, students, faculty and alumni have an opportunity to express the magnitude of the impact their teachers have had on them during their college years. Hundreds of nominations for the Best Teacher Awards flood the Alumni Center, but only six dedicated, enthusiastic, passionate and devoted teachers are selected per year. The nominees from the Department of English are Pam Coke, Thomas Conway, Nancy Henke, Rebecca Kennedy, Emily Morgan, Molly Reid, Dan Robinson, Barbara Sebek and Christina Sutton. They will be recognized at the 2011 Best Teacher Awards Program on Thursday, April 7th, at 6:30pm in the Lory Student Center North Ballroom.