For the first time in Spring 2016, GRAD 9001 (College and University Teaching) will be offered fully online in addition to a face-to-face section. All graduate students are eligible to enroll in this course. This 1-credit course introduces students to effective pedagogical skills and is designed to prepare graduate students to teach both as teaching assistants and as instructors of record.
The College of the Arts is celebrating its next "Radnocular" event by showcasing undergraduate research from the Department of Theater and Performance Studies on Friday Oct. 9th at 12:30pm in Wilson Building 119. Check out their video here: http://arts.kennesaw.edu/news.php?post=115400968554
It seems unbelievable, but we are getting close to the mid-semester mark already. How are things going in your classes? While many instructors are asking ourselves this question, it isn’t usually until the end of the semester that we receive any feedback from our students on the topic.
Not every student gets a taste of their dream before completing their education. But this past summer, four Kennesaw State University students got to do just this. Through a CARET (Creative Activities and Research Experiences for Teams) grant awarded to KSU dance professor Daniel Gwirtzman through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), these students danced and worked alongside professionals in Gwirtzman’s New York-based company, Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company.