Georgia Conference on College & University Teaching is an interdisciplinary
conference designed to provide college and university faculty with the
opportunity to discuss and share experiences and innovative teaching techniques.
Over the past 16 years, faculty from all 34 University System of Georgia
colleges and universities, as well as other schools in the Southeastern
region, have attended. Some return year after year to learn from one another
and talk about teaching in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere. The conference
offers concurrent sessions on teaching techniques and issues associated
with undergraduate education. Time is also available for participants
to get to know each other and establish contacts with fellow teachers
throughout the State and Southeast region.
CALL FOR POSTER PROPOSALS
We invite you to submit proposals for poster presentations for the 17th annual Georgia Conference on College & University Teaching. Poster topics might include: innovative pedagogy, particularly research based innovations that focus on student-centered learning; course and program assessment; teaching ethnic and cross-cultural diversity; teaching with technology; interdisciplinary teaching; and mentoring of students and faculty.
Click here for details and forms for submitting posters.
The registration fee will include all meals scheduled during the conference, refreshments during the day, a reception during the poster session, and continental breakfast.conference materials.
Early -registration fee is $110 if received by February 5, 2010.
After February 5, 2010 and Onsite will be $120.
Graduate Student & Adjunct Faculty Rate is $50.
PHONE: We will be glad to invoice your institution, or we accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover; simply call 770‑423‑6765 or toll free 1‑800‑869‑1151.
If a participant has to cancel for any reason, a full refund will be given
if the cancellation is received by 5:00 PM on February 8, 2010. If severe weather forces
us to cancel the conference, everyone receives a full refund.
Kennesaw State University is a four‑year unit of the University System of Georgia, and is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Program Institute. Any individual who requires assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act for participation in this conference should contact Registration at 770‑423‑6765. Specific accommodations must be requested 5 to 10 working days in advance of the first day of the conference.
Click here to download a complete program schedule
Click here for the complete list of presentations and presenters
|Friday, February 12, 2010
|| Opening Plenary Session
Dr. James Groccia, Director, Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, Auburn University
|| Lunch (included with registration fee)
|| Concurrent Sessions
||Poster Session and Wine & Cheese Reception (free for Participants)
|Saturday, February 13, 2010
||Continental Breakfast (included with registration fee)
||Closing Plenary Session and Conference Door Prize Distribution
conference sessions will be held at the KSU Center near the Kennesaw State
Several hotels are located near the KSU Center. Hotel options include: Best Western 3375 Busbee Drive NW Kennesaw ( 770.424.7666); Fairfield Inn: 3425 Busbee Dr., Kennesaw (770 427 9700); Holiday Inn Express: 2485 George Busbee Parkway, Kennesaw (770 427 5210); Spring Hill Suites: 3399 Town Point Dr., Kennesaw (770-218-5550)
Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and
Division of Continuing Education