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We are pleased to inform you of the 3rd Annual Noftsinger Celebration of Madison Scholarship, to be hosted as part of May Symposium. We welcome your participation to showcase scholarship from the College of Education. Developed to promote collaboration, networking, and the celebration of good works across all areas of scholarship in a friendly, collegial environment, the event will be held at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, May 9, from 3:30-6:30 p.m. The first half of the celebration will include JMU Voices of Scholarship and Faculty Performances, followed by a reception in the Upstairs Lobby of the Forbes Center. We hope that you will attend some or all of the events. Space is limited, so please encourage colleagues to register: http://www.jmu.edu/cfi/maysymposium/2013/scholarship/noftsinger.html
At the reception in the Upstairs Lobby of the Forbes Center, the College of Education will host a table/station with faculty scholarship examples represented. To that end, we need your help with collecting and displaying faculty scholarship artifacts (journal articles, book chapters, books, grants funded, audio-visuals, visuals, recordings, arrangements, art, sculpture, design, etc…). In the past, we have had a very impressive showing of our work and we invite you to showcase your work this time around!
Please bring your examples (Copies of manuscripts, actually journals, textbooks, power points that we can who on a monitor, etc.) to the Associate/Assistant Dean's Office by Tuesday, May 7th for inclusion in the display. If you would help us out by representing the college at the reception, between 5:00-6:30 p.m. on May 9, we would be extremely grateful.
Join a conversation with our colleagues in Math and IDLS about the goals and structures for Math 107, Math 108, and 207.
Location TBD, Time: 9:00-11:00 am. Please respond to Maggie by Friday, May 10th if you’d like to come.
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4W1, U8W, U10, G61 and G12 sessions of the 2013 summer term begin. Students are reminded that summer course work is intensive because of the condensed instructional timeframe.
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