Vicky Parker

Outlook invitations will be forthcoming to these events with details – and, in some cases, advance readings to consider. Please accept the invites if you plan to attend. 

Monday, February 20, 12:40-2:00 pm
Responsible Management Education: “Incorporating sustainability/societal impact topics into our classes”
How does one embed “Principles for Responsible Management Education” in business and economics courses? What are our colleagues doing in this area? What resources are available? Several of our faculty members share their experience in developing/designing/revamping courses to incorporate these topics into their classes.

Tuesday, February 28, 12:40-2:00 pm
Learning, Rigor, and Grades: are they related? How?
Come discuss varying approaches to grading, the consequences for learning, and how grading is/is not related to learning. We will even have one or two employers join us to share their perspectives on if/how grades are related to success in employment. Do you know why you grade the way you do? What are pros and cons of other approaches?

Friday, April 7, 2:10 – 4:00 pm
The future of writing-intensive courses in the era of ChatGPT
What are writing-intensive courses supposed to accomplish? How do you teach your writing intensive course? How might/has the rise of AI writing tools changed how you teach writing? Join Paul faculty who are part of the Writing Across the Curriculum faculty network to discuss these questions and more.


Here’s an article on a welcoming approach to ChatGPT (… )