Two cohorts, of twelve early career faculty, teaching at small liberal arts colleges, gathered for three successive weekends, in Winter, Summer and Fall 2023.
• January 26-29, 2023;
• June 1-4, 2023;
• November 9-12, 2023
• February 2-5, 2023;
• June 8-11, 2023;
• November 30–December 3, 2023
Front (left to right): Sana Tayyen (University of Redlands), Gonzalo Guzmán (Macalester College), Mary Ryan (Washington & Jefferson College), Sam Allen (Randolph-Macon College).
Second row (left to right): Mary Turner (Maryville College), Hilary Florian (Franklin College), Brandy Daniels (University of Portland).
Third row (left to right): Tom Pearson (Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts), John Monopoli (Susquehanna University), Blake Colclasure (Doane University), Khadene Harris (Kenyon College), Davina Lopez (Eckerd College).
Back row (left to right): Todd Penner (Eckerd College), Kevin Smith (Beloit College), Solmaz Bastani (Wofford College).
Not pictured: Mary-Reginald Anibueze (Berea College)
Front (left to right): Dominique C. Hill (Colgate University), Mai Thai (Occidental College), Al Evangelista (Oberlin College), Megan Flocken (Catawba College).
Standing: Lori Brandt Hale (Augsburg University), Mark Levandoski (Grinnell College), C. Nathalie Yuen (The Evergreen State College), Tom Pearson (Nielsen Center for the Liberal Arts), Xavier Haro-Carrión (Macalester College), Alyssa Mikytuck (Randolph-Macon College), Mike Staunton (Colby-Sawyer College), Sarah Lahasky (Gustavus Adolphus College), Abena Boakyewa-Ansah (UNC Asheville), Marcus R. Pyle (Davidson College), Andrew Hao (University of Minnesota, Morris), Davina Lopez (Eckerd College).
What do I do? How do I do it? Why do I do it this way? and Why does it matter?
Mapping and analyzing a typical day at work
Creating photo images of liberal arts quotes
The vocation of a liberal arts professor
What are the liberal arts and why does a liberal arts education matter?
Academic disciplines and the general education curriculum
Sharing successful teaching strategies for teaching in the liberal arts