2022 Teaching and Learning Symposium: Creating Our New Normal

The Office for Faculty Excellence’s 2022 Teaching and Learning Symposium was held on Friday, February 25 virtually via Zoom. During this one-day event, more than 100 attendees participated in interactive sessions led by award-winning NC State faculty, viewed a keynote lecture, and met NC State peers who shared their interest in teaching and learning.

The 2022 Symposium centered on the theme “Creating Our New Normal” and featured:

 

Poster Session

Thirty-one teams of faculty, staff and students presented at the Teaching and Learning Symposium’s poster session. Judges chose from these poster presentations an Outstanding Poster Award winner:

“Immersive Clinical Lactation Videos Improve Student Self-Efficacy” by Nicola Singletary (Assistant Teaching Professor, Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences); April Fogleman (Associate Professor Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences); Ellen Chetwynd (Contract Research Scientist); Dan Spencer (Research Scholar, DELTA); Rebecca Sanchez (Lead Instructional Designer, DELTA)

All of the posters are available for viewing on our website.
 

Concurrent Sessions

Learn more about our 2022 concurrent sessions here.
 

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Susan D. Blum

Photo of Dr. Susan D. Blum
Dr. Susan D. Blum
Our 2022 keynote speaker was Dr. Susan D. Blum. Dr. Blum is a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, currently fixated on education and pedagogical praxis, after a previous incarnation as a China anthropologist. She is the author of “I Love Learning; I Hate School”: An Anthropology of College (Cornell, 2016) and My Word! Plagiarism and College Culture (Cornell, 2009), and the editor of the recent volume Ungrading: Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead) (West Virginia University Press, 2020). With 5 co-authors, she has written “A Theory of Public Higher Education,” published in Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal in July 2021.
 
 
For information about previous Symposiums, please follow the links below: