You Bailing? Don’t.

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We are all busy people. Sometimes we get a little extra time in the day when someone we had an appointment with fails to show up. As a professor, there are a number of times when I will be sitting in my office for my 10 o’clock meeting and no one shows up. Sometimes the […]

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A Student’s Take on Phones in Class [Guest Post-Amber Collegnon]

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[Senior Psychology Major Amber Collegnon did her Honors project on the effectives of various Brain Games. Here she provides a student perspective on a faculty peeve.] It often seems like college professors are lecturing students about putting their phones away just as much as they are about class content. Have you ever wondered if there’s […]

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Do you teach RESEARCH METHODS?

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You are invited to participate in a survey conducted by Regan A. R. Gurung and Rosalyn Stoa (University of Wisconsin-Green Bay).  We hope to obtain a comprehensive understanding of how research methods is taught, including the content covered, in order to provide resources and guidance to instructors of the field. The survey will take approximately 15 […]

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