Academic Development Day
October 9, 2018 Martin Auditorium
"Excellence through Inclusion"
Jane Fried is a consultant to colleges and universities in faculty development for engaged student learning, diversity education, and in the use of dialogue and narrative. She has additional specialities in cross-cultural communication, learning communities, transformative learning, and ethics. She is the author of Of Education, Fishbowls and Rabbit Holes: Rethinking Liberal Education in an Interconnected World and Transformative Learning Through Engagement: Student Affairs Practice as Experiential Pedagogy. She has worked as a professor at Central Connecticut State University, Northeastern University, and the University of Hartford. She is also a licensed counselor.
Past AD Day Programs
- Spring 2018: Wired for Learning
- Fall 2017: Opening Our Practice
- Spring 2017: [Re] Usable Practices
- Fall 2016:Academic Development Day
- Spring 2016: Academic Development Week
- Fall 2015: Teaching and Learning in a Technology Rich Student Culture
- Spring 2015: Academic Development Week
- Fall 2014: "Creativity Across the Disciplines"
- Fall 2013: "Teaching Naked" (José Bowen)
- Fall 2012: "Metacognition in the Classroom" (Saundra McGuire)
- Spring 2012: "Stereotype Threat and Academic Achievement" (Geoff Cohen)
- Fall 2011: "Decoding the Disciplines" (David Pace & Arlene Díaz); "Creating Inclusive Classrooms" panel
- Fall 2010: "Learning to Write/Writing to Learn" (David Fleming)
- Spring 2010: "Public Scholarship/Public Pedagogies" (Cathy Burack, Timothy Eatman, & Bob Zellner)
- Spring 2009: "Diversity Matters" (Ron Jackson)
- Fall 2008: "Navigating the Academic Career"
- Spring 2008: "Engaging Students In and Out of the Classroom"