• Afternoon Tea Discussion Series

Is There a Place for Sustainability in Your Class?

Thursday, September 24, 2:30-4:00pm

Whether you already provide a green example for your students or are interested in doing so, you have the opportunity to make Suffolk environmentally friendlier.

Erica Mattison, Campus Sustainability Coordinator

 

Values Across the Curriculum

Wednesday, September 30, 2:30-4:00pm

To prepare students for reputable careers and civic responsibilities, we, their teachers, must raise their awareness of ethics on the path to maturity, competence, and leadership.

Eileen Feldman, Instructor, English

 

Manage Stress Without Boiling Over!

Thursday, October 1, 3:00-4:40pm

Learn what triggers stress and how you can modify your behavior accordingly. This tea will equip you to cope with stressful classroom situationsm students and workloads.

Beverly Flaxigton, Lecturer, Management

 

Building and Sustaining Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships: Challenges and Opportunities

Thursday, October 29, 1:30-3:00pm

This discussion will center around the benefits and challenges encountered in partnering with practitioners. Strong partnerships foster trust, creativity and experimentation. We will explore the good and not so good.

Brenda Bond, Assistant Professor, Public Management

 

Managing A Multi-Skilled Classroom

Thursday, November 5, 2:30-4:00pm

Students learn in different ways and bring different skills to the classroom. We will discuss techniques that you can apply to facilitate your students learning.

Jodi Detjen, Instructor, Management