Events for May 11, 2021
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This hybrid showcase of faculty teaching innovations will have three parts focused around a core set of themes: Asynchronous Gallery Walks (Starting May 3): In your own time, take a virtual gallery walk to explore examples of inspirational teaching from UM/UMM faculty. Synchronous Watch Parties (May 10 and 11): Prefer to watch in the company […]Find out more »
Throughout this course students will learn husbandry needs and systems requirements of a diverse group of organisms (i.e. finfish, shellfish and lobsters) important to Maine’s aquaculture industry. Students will also gain hands-on experience with a wide range of equipment, systems, and daily care used to culture these organisms for the seafood industry as well as […]Find out more »
Past Trauma, Current Relationships: Integrating Nonviolent Communication and Interpersonal Neurobiology (online)
Have you ever felt like you were more of a problem-solver than a teacher? Your best-made lesson plans are delayed by listening to your students argue about a problem that occurred at recess. You deal with this stress by addressing the class in a way that you regret. You know you’re a great teacher but you’re overwhelmed.
If this sounds familiar, Teaching from the Heart is the online professional development course for you. Using a curriculum based on Nonviolent Communication principles, this program will provide you with tangible ways to manage your classroom and reach your full potential as an educator. Our doubts as caregivers and teachers are inevitable. If we have a system to refer to when these doubts creep in, we can relax.Find out more »
The Search Committee for the Dean of the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture is pleased to announce four finalists for the position. Dr. A. Alonso Aguirre Dr. Jane Kolodinsky Dr. Linda M. Nagel Dr. Diane L. Rowland The campus community is invited to attend open Zoom presentations by these finalists. Each presentation will […]Find out more »