Concordia University Wisconsin
Faith, Learning and Vocation Seminar Series
Mondays in Pharmacy 026 from 4:00-5:30 pm Central Time
The goals of the faith and learning seminar series are to:
- Promote discussion and reflection concerning the interaction of faith, learning and vocation in a Lutheran university
- Prepare faculty members to incorporate faith and vocation into courses in their academic disciplines
|September 24 2012
||What Lutherans believe: Lutheran theology and higher education
||Dr. William CarioDr. Bernard Bull(Concordia University Wisconsin)
|October 22 2012
||The doctrine of vocation
||Dr. G. Edward Veith(Patrick Henry College)
|November 26 2012
||Faith, learning and vocation: educating the whole person
||Dr. Thomas Christenson(Capital University)
|January 21 2013
||The three articles as a means to connect faith with learning: God the Creator, Jesus Christ Incarnate, the Holy Spirit
||Dr. William Cario(Concordia University Wisconsin)
|February 25 2013
||Christian perspectives on faith, learning and vocation
||Dr. Brad Condie(Concordia University Wisconsin)
||Incorporating faith & vocation into the professional programs
||Dr. Donald Christian (Concordia University Texas)
||Lutheran Higher Education: where are we headed?
||Dr. Paul Dovre(Concordia Morehead)
The following individuals have been awarded the Concordia Intramural Teaching Grant for 2012-2013 for innovative teaching.
– Dr. Soenksen and Dr. Angus Menuge for Team Teaching Winterim Travel Course – Athens and the Cross
– Dr. Mark Wolf and Dr. Harald Tomesch for Team Teaching Winterim Course – Theology and Film
– Dr. Angus Menuge and Dr. Mark Wolf for Team Teaching Spring Course – The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy
– Dr. Ann Franz for up to $2000 conference and travel funds to develop blended learning features in her courses
Are you interested in learning the basics of how to use ANGEL, having a refresher, or perhaps some Intermediate training? Or, would you like some Advanced training on how to transfer courses from Blackboard to ANGEL? Sign up for any of the following webinars happening this August. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tom Davila at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 262-243-4327.
Introduction to ANGEL
Wednesday, August 16th 2012 at 1:30-2:30pm, CDT (2:30-3:30pm, Eastern) – Sign up here
This introductory session will get you started in using ANGEL to manage your courses online. Topics covered include: logging into ANGEL, managing your ANGEL homepage, adding documents to your ANGEL course and enabling you course for students.
Advanced ANGEL: From Blackboard to ANGEL
Friday, August 17th 2012, Noon-1:00pm, CDT (1:00-2:00pm, Eastern) – Sign up here
If you would like to learn more about moving content from a course previously held in Blackboard and importing it into ANGEL so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel, this is the one for you!
Wednesday, August 30th 2012, 1:30-2:30pm, CDT (2:30-3:30pm Eastern) – Sign up here
The Intermediate ANGEL webinar will delve deeper into building a course in ANGEL. Topics covered include: building discussions, creating quizzes, using and building the grade book, and customizing your course homepage