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Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity: Creating a Course Policy

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In this self-paced workshop series, participants will connect with other faculty and hear from a guest speaker to determine how generative artificial intelligence should and/or should not be used by students and what the consequences for misuse should be. The ultimate goal of this workshop is for faculty to individually create policies on AI and ...more about Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity: Creating a Course Policy


The Gangster We Are All Looking For: Lessons from a Young Vietnamese Refugee (NEW)

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Through weekly discussion of lê thị diễm thúy's novel “The Gangster We Are All Looking For,” we will explore a range of topics, including but not limited to the immigrant/refugee experience, trauma/PTSD, family dynamics, and the barriers faced in education, work, and stability by immigrant/refugee communities. Engaging in such discussions will provide faculty and staff ...more about The Gangster We Are All Looking For: Lessons from a Young Vietnamese Refugee (NEW)


Teaching Squares: A Reciprocal Observation Experience

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Whether you’re trying out something new with your class or you’d like feedback on one of your frequent practices, Teaching Squares is for you! Spring Quarter you can join fellow faculty members to observe and learn from one another in this non-evaluative process of reciprocal classroom observation and self-reflection. This means you will observe two ...more about Teaching Squares: A Reciprocal Observation Experience


Equity Reads: There There

There There book cover

“There There is a novel about contemporary Native Americans living in and around Oakland, California in the present day. Each of the 12 main characters has a story of multi-generational trauma -- experiences of alcoholism, violence, recovery, grief, and lost and found identity, just to name a few. All are, in some way, dealing with ...more about Equity Reads: There There


BC Faculty & Staff Singers

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Come join our BC Faculty & Staff Singers! This is a great opportunity to take some time away from your busy day for a refreshing time with colleagues from all over campus! For Winter Quarter, we will start the new year with our first virtual meeting on Jan 12th. Then, every Friday we will alternate ...more about BC Faculty & Staff Singers


Harnessing the Power of Words in Everyday Communication

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This winter, join Cheryl Engstrom, Marketing Faculty, in this brand-new workshop designed to provide you with the tools to write effective messages, emails, and announcements. Learn to write stronger, not longer, to create more powerful everyday business communications to faculty, staff, and students.  We will be reviewing and implementing techniques from the art of public ...more about Harnessing the Power of Words in Everyday Communication


Writing Your Diversity Statement

Deepti Karkhanis facilitating a workshop

Do you have a current Diversity Statement? Can you articulate your commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in writing? A Diversity Statement is now a requirement for any employment in higher ed and articulating your commitment to diversity and equity is also important for promotional purposes. This 2-session workshop will focus on the types of ...more about Writing Your Diversity Statement