The Office of Engaged Learning, in partnership with campus experts, hosts a series of workshops designed for the success of student engagement projects. The workshops are open to students, potential mentors, and interested faculty and staff.
The workshops cover a broad range of topics.
The workshops are “How to” sessions. They address proposal development, active reflection, responsible mentoring, blogging, presentation skills, publication preparation and career networking.
The workshops cycle through the fall and again through the spring. Workshop topics are posted here and on the calendar at the beginning of each semester.
If you would like to suggest a workshop topic, please contact the Office of Engaged Learning at email@example.com
Spring 2013 Workshops
Workshops are held in Clements G11
January 25, 11 am, STUDENTS, How to Write a Successful Engaged Learning Proposal by Susan Kress
January 25, 1 pm, FACULTY, Best Mentoring Practices by Dr. Monnie McGee
February 12, 4 pm, How to Present at a Poster Session by Dr. Robert Kehoe
March 5, 4 pm, Internships at the Bush Museum and Library by Carina Morgan and Heather Nice
March 26, 4 pm, How to Communicate your Experience: Resume and Interview Tips by Allison Dupuis
April 2, 4 pm, How to be an Engaged Learner: Students Speak
April 9, 4 pm, From Lit Review to Research Proposal by Rebecca Graff
April 16, 4 pm, How to Blog Using Digital Media by Sarah Hanan and Tyeson Seale in Fondren Library East 105