Upcoming Events

How’s it Going? Open Hours to Discuss Teaching Across the Globe

This semester, our Brown classrooms cross the county and the globe in new ways. Please join us to reflect on your experiences navigating remote teaching across time zones, languages, and cultures. Open Hours provide a space for faculty to share their insights, challenges, and questions around these topics. The conversation will be facilitated via Zoom by Sheridan’s English Language Support Associate Director Anne Kerkian, and Specialist Jen Kim. Please register to receive the Zoom meeting link.

Science Friday Faculty Forum

Are you interested in participating in a forum that shares ideas, experiences, and challenges related to STEM education? The Science Friday Faculty Forum provides a space for Brown faculty and administrators to have these conversations. Please register for this event.

Faculty Roundtable: Writing With Times of Change

This roundtable discussion offers faculty a space to discuss experiences, best practices, and concerns regarding teaching writing remotely during a time of international crisis. Topics covered may include online writing pedagogies, writing in response to trauma, and using writing to support asynchronous learning. The conversation will be co-facilitated by Emily Hipchen (Director, Nonfiction Writing Program/ Senior Lecturer in English), Austin Jackson (Assistant Director, Writing Center/ Visiting Assistant Professor of English), and Charlie Carroll (Assistant Director, Writing Center/ Visiting Assistant Professor of History). Please register to receive the Zoom meeting link and preliminary questions to ponder.

Science Friday Faculty Forum

Are you interested in participating in a forum that shares ideas, experiences, and challenges related to STEM education? The Science Friday Faculty Forum provides a space for Brown faculty and administrators to have these conversations. Please register for this event.

Faculty Roundtable: Writing With Times of Change

This roundtable discussion offers faculty a space to discuss experiences, best practices, and concerns regarding teaching writing remotely during a time of international crisis. Topics covered may include online writing pedagogies, writing in response to trauma, and using writing to support asynchronous learning. The conversation will be co-facilitated by Emily Hipchen (Director, Nonfiction Writing Program/ Senior Lecturer in English), Austin Jackson (Assistant Director, Writing Center/ Visiting Assistant Professor of English), and Charlie Carroll (Assistant Director, Writing Center/ Visiting Assistant Professor of History). Please register to receive the Zoom meeting link and preliminary questions to ponder.