Ian Mladjov, Michael Carver, Phi Alpha Theta, Professionalism Forum, Research Forum, Scott Martin, Teaching Forum
A slate of research, teaching, and professionalism forums have been announced by various parties for the end of the semester in the Department of History.
Dr. Michael Carver and Ian Mladjov will present a Teaching Forum on Wednesday, April 23rd at 12:30 in the Conference Room on the subject of testing students online, using the teaching program Canvas.
Dr. Scott Martin will present a Brown Bag Research Forum on Wednesday, April 30th at 12:30 in the Conference Room, the announced title is “The Rise and Fall of the Strickman Filter.”
Joe Faykosh will present a Phi Alpha Theta Professionalism Forum on Thursday, May 1st at 12:30 in the Conference Room, for a session titled “So You Want to Present at a Conference?” as part of an ongoing series.