Faculty who received CELTSS funding share their research at A Day in May. Our most recent Day in May was held on May 13, 2015. Click here to view the program. Our keynote speaker was Dr. Rosetta Marantz Cohen, Sylvia D'Lugasch Bauman Professor of American Studies and member of the Department of Education and Child Study at Smith College. Her presentation was titled "Teacher Prestige and the Americanization of the Profession: A Global Perspective." To learn more about Dr. Cohen, click here.
Click here to view additional photos from 2015. Photos by Melina Bourdeau.
Last year's event was held on May 14, 2014. Our keynote speaker was Dr. Stephen Chew.
Dr. Chew has been a professor and chair of psychology at Samford University in Birmingham. Alabama since 1993. One of his primary research areas is the cognitive basis of teaching and learning.
Dr. Chew's keynote presentation was titled A Theory of Teachable Moments.