In this IGNITE-funded video, Eric Anctil, education, offers suggestions for choosing educational technology options from among the gazillions now on offer. Rather than discuss specific tools and apps, he offers guidelines that are portable across disciplines, all firmly rooted in teaching and learning priorities.
This week, the Office of the Provost is pleased to introduce:
- Major Pamela Deville, assistant professor of military science, Army ROTC
- Kay Molkentin, professor of practice of entrepreneurship, Pamplin School of Business
- Aaron Moss, assistant professor of computer science, Shiley School of Engineering
Visit the 2019 New Faculty Profiles page and get to know all our new faculty members.
All faculty, staff, and students are reminded that the public safety office maintains an official lost and found in their main office in Haggerty Hall. If St. Anthony hasn’t pointed you in the right direction it never hurts to check there for lost items. The office is open 24/7 so seekers can visit any time.
For more information contact public safety at x7161 or email@example.com.
Author Luis Alberto Urrea joins our campus as the fall 2019 Schoenfeldt Distinguished Writer on Thursday, Nov. 7 in Buckley Center Auditorium at 7pm. He will also join us from 4-5pm that day in BC 120 for an informal Q&A: bring your questions! A member of the Latino Literature Hall of Fame, Urrea is the critically acclaimed, best-selling author of 17 books, winning numerous awards for his poetry, essays, and fiction (The Hummingbird’s Daughter, The Water Museum, Into the Beautiful North). The Devil’s Highway, Urrea’s 2004 non-fiction account of a group of Mexican immigrants lost in the Arizona desert, won the Lannan Literary Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His latest novel The House of Broken Angels, set in San Diego, is a tragic-comic meditation by one sprawling family on the borderlands between life and death. He is a distinguished professor of creative writing at the U. of Illinois-Chicago. The events are free and open to the public. For details and questions contact English chair Lars Erik Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Lakota poet and musician Trevino L. Brings Plenty for a reading at the UP Bookstore on Tuesday Oct. 29 at 7:30pm. A longtime resident of the Portland area, he has two poetry collections Wakpá Wanáǧi, Ghost River (2015) and Real Indian Junk Jewelry (2005), and was featured in the recent anthology New Poets of Native Nations (2018). A handout of five of his poems can be found under his listing here under “Works by Trevino Brings Plenty.” The event is free and open to the public. For details and questions contact English Chair Lars Erik Larson email@example.com.