UMBC 2005: Research-rich learning environments

Sessions

Leadership in Building Research-rich STEM Learning Environments
University of Maryland Baltimore County
& the Marriott Baltimore-Washington International Airport
Baltimore, Maryland
October 7 - 9, 2005

Sessions

Plenaries

  • Perspectives on Leadership
    - Freeman A. Hrabowski III, President, University of Maryland Baltimore County
  • Visions for the Future
    - Kathie Olsen, Deputy Director, National Science Foundation
  • The UMBC Story
    - Lasse Lindahl, Professor & Chair of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland Baltimore County and colleagues
  • The PKAL Planning Process (P3)
    - Thomas Brady, Deputy Director of Integrative Organismal Biology, Directorate for Biological Sciences, National Science Foundation
    - Gary A. Gabriele, Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (on leave at NSF)
    - J. Lynn Zimmerman, Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland Baltimore County
  • The Kaleidoscopic Perspective
    - Seminar Facilitators
    convened by: Alison Morrison-Shetlar, Director of the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Professor of Biology, University of Central Florida
  • Spaces for Science
    - Michael C. Lauber, Principal, Ellenzweig Associates
    - Robert E. Nalls, President, Nalls Architecture

Break-out sessions

  • Exploring Research-rich Spaces for Science
    - Michael C. Lauber, Principal, Ellenzweig Associations
    - Robert E. Nalls, President, Nalls Architecture
  • Seeking & Securing Grant Support for the Research-rich Learning Environment
    - Kathy Lee Sutphin, Coordinator of Special Projects, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland Baltimore County
    - Alison Morriston-Shetlar, Director of the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Professor of Biology, University of Central Florida
  • Faculty Development: The Role of Centers for Faculty Teaching & Learning
    - Jan Serie, OT Walter Professor of Biology & Director of the Center for Scholarship & Teaching, Macalester College
  • Making the Case for Private Gifts to Support the Research-rich Learning Environment
    - Laird Yock, Vice President & Managing Director, Grenzebach Glier & Associates
  • Building Research-rich STEM Interdisciplinary Programs
    - Michael Kerchner, Associate Professor & Chair of Psychology, Washington College
  • Building Research-rich Programs Across the Campus
    - Charlotte G. Borst, Dean of Arts & Sciences, Union College
    - Mary K. Carroll, Director of Undergraduate Research & Professor of Chemistry, Union College
  • Building Inter-institutional Research-rich Connections
    - Thomas B. Higgins, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Harold Washington College
  • Building Global Research-rich Connections
    - Carol Bender, Director of Undergraduate Biology Research and BRAVO! Program, University of Arizona
  • Reviewing Models of the Research-rich Learning Environment
    - Janet Stocks, Assistant Vice Provost for Education, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Considering the Nuts & Bolts of Administrative Leadership
    - F. Sheldon Wettack, Provost & Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, Harvey Mudd College
    - Janet Stocks, Assistant Vice Provost for Education, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Experiential Learning Exercises
    - Judith A. Dilts, Associate Dean of the College of Science & Mathematics, Professor of Biology, James Madison University
    - Sylvia Nadler, Professor Emerita of Leadership Studies, William Jewell College