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Getting Perspective on Student Feedback in SET

Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) is open for students through Midnight December 5, and results will be available to faculty December 20. Amidst the holiday celebrations and visits with loved ones, how do we carve out time to reflect on what students have told us?

All faculty are invited to an opportunity to discuss confidentially their SET results any time between 3 – 4:30 pm January 8 in the LTC Forum. This gathering will provide a chance to invite colleagues’ perspectives on our student feedback and how we might make adjustments to our teaching. There is no registration for this event, and no attendance will be taken or reported. Faculty are free to come and go at their convenience. Email with questions.

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Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) runs from November 22 to December 5. Learn more about the history of SET and its purpose.
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Changing Course! (Pun Intended)

In Fall 2018, the Provost’s Office, Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center, and CAP Office launched a new grant program – CAP Course Improvement and Innovation: Post 4-Year Review – to support faculty who are working to improve some aspect of their CAP course related to insights gleaned during the review process. Associate Professor of History Haimanti Roy provided the following description of her grant project for HST 339.


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