Concordia Faculty Seminar – Sandy Slater and Sara Casali
Wednesday March 1, 12:10 – 1:00 pm in the Lakeshore Room (Mequon campus)
Sandy Slater (Public Health/Pharmacy) and Sara Casali (Social Work) are the co-directors of a 5-year Health Resources and Services Association (HRSA) grant to prepare health professionals to serve in interprofessional teams providing services to those impacted by opioid and substance abuse disorders. Dr. Sandy Slater is Associate Professor and Director of the Bachelor of Science of Public Health Program. Dr. Sara Casali is Assistant Professor of Social Work and Director of Social Work Field Experience. They will be introduced by Tonya Bartoletti of the Office of Sponsored Research (ORSP).
Concordia Faculty Seminars are informal interactive presentations and conversations on faculty and staff projects including grants, research, and service designed to promote scholarship, spark new ideas, provide opportunities for meaningful discussion, and increase collaboration. Faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.
According to section 110(2) of copyright law, a teacher may DISPLAY or PERFORM (note: this exception does not apply to reproduction), any nondramatic literary and musical works (excluding unlawfully attained works and works designed for instruction) during online instruction. Performance or display of any other work is permitted in reasonable portions comparable to what is typically displayed in a live classroom setting. All other requirements of the TEACH act must be met as well for this exception to be permitted.
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Here are the resources and recordings for the Introduction to Four Instructional Methods at CUWAA that was held today several time during Summer, 2021
Recording (7/22/21 – with captions)
Here are some handouts that may help you develop your class for this upcoming semester:
Recommended Syllabus Language
Blackboard Use for Faculty
New Faculty Information – COVID-19
Here are the resources for this session held on 11/5/2020
Here are the resources from the Concordia Faculty Seminar session that was held October 12, 2020: