Presentations

CMU is pleased to offer its faculty on-going professional development opportunities. See below for information from workshops with guest presenters, as well as from the colloquia with CMU faculty.

Guest Presenters

Elizabeth Long Lingo

January 12, 2018: Innovative Leadership Workshop

Donna Beegle

January 12, 2017: Breaking the Iron Cage of Poverty: Tools for Increasing Educational Success

Paul Gaston

January 5-6, 2012

January 10, 2013

Leslie Myers

April 9-10, 2015: Brainy But Balanced: Achieving the Elusive Work-Life Balance in Academia

August 13, 2014

Linda Nilson

August 19, 2016: Critical Thinking Unmasked: How to Infuse it into a Discipline-Based Course

Terrel Rhodes

January 16-17, 2014

Faculty Colloquia

2017-2018


Andres Aslan, Professor of Geology

Geological Evolution of the Upper Colorado River System


Susan Becker, Professor of Psychology

Teaching Students on the Autism Spectrum in the Classroom


Colin Carman, Instructor of English

Teaching Nature Poetry in the Age of the Anthropocene


Ann Gillies, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education; Elizabeth Sharp, Associate Professor of Kinesiology

Teaching a Maverick Milestone Course and Loving It!


Barry Laga, Professor of English; Tim Pinnow, Assistant Vice President/Director of Graduate Studies/Director of Distance Education

Pursuing Fulbright Opportunities as a CMU Faculty Member


Douglas Scott, Adjunct Research Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Shooting the Past: Revolutionary War Archaeology and the Role of Validation Studies in Interpreting the Past


2016-2017


Melissa Connor, Associate Professor of Forensic Anthropology

Testing the Use of Pigs as Human Proxies in Decomposition Studies


Megan Fromm, Assistant Professor of Mass Communications

Teaching Media Literacy Across the Curriculum


Susan Longest, Assistant Professor of Biology

Avian Responses to a Changing Climate


Louis Nadelson, Director of Sponsored Programs

From Idea to Publication: Course Embedded Authentic Research Experiences


Michael Reeder, Acting Director of the Monfort Family Human Performance Lab

Exercise and the Brain


Adam Rosenbaum, Assistant Professor of History

Leading by Example: The Senior Thesis and the Teacher-Scholar Model

2015-2016


Colin Carman, Instructor of English

Tree-Worship and Oedipal Ecology of The Tree and The Tree of Life


Bill Flanik, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Building "Stages for Sages" of Training "Guides on the Side"? Pedagogical Metaphors of the SoTL Literature


Suzie Garner, Professor of Art

National Distance Learning Week: A Visual Approach to Teaching Online


Erika Jackson, Assistant Professor of History

The Importance of Nordic Whiteness: Scandinavians in Chicago and Modern America


Robert Whitmore, Lecturer of Biology

Acoustic Communication in Birds: Habitat Fragmentation Leads to Signal Variation: The Mangrove Warbler in Baja California Sur, Mexico


2014-2015


Tim Casey, Professor of Political Science

Monumental Sense of Place: Recreation Studies on BLM Public Lands Around the Colorado Plateau


Cynthia Chovich, Associate Professor of Teacher Education

Lost in Space: Not if They are Engaged


Emma Fleck, Assistant Professor of Business

To Grow or Not to Grow: Challenges or Choices for Female Entrepreneurs?


Beverly Lyne, Assistant Professor of Nursing

From Colorado to Uganda with Hope


Araan Schmidt, Assistant Professor of Art

Presenting New Work From the Iron Stone Symposium, Sablie, Latvia


Elizabeth Sharp, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology

Teaching in Kenya


Tom Walla, Professor of Biological Sciences

Finding Shakira in the Upper Amazon


2013-2014


Melissa Connor, Associate Professor of Forensic Anthropology

The Pig-of-the-Month Club: Seasonal Variation in Decomposition in a High Altitude Desert


Jennifer Daniels, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Costa Rica: An Educational Experience


Courtney Kasun, Assistant Professor of Nursing

Healthcare Decisions: How to Secure Your Wishes in Colorado


Deborah Kennard, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Technology

Fire, Alien Invaders, and Ancient Trees: How Student Research is Informing Management of the Colorado National Monument


Susan Longest, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Wildlife Ecology and Conversation in South Africa


Stephanie Matlock, Instructor, Biological Sciences

Faculty Fellowship with US Fish and Wildlife Service: Summer in Alaska


Tamera Minnick, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Technology

Walkabout in Restoration Ecology: Principles and Practices from Down Under to Up Yonder


Gigi Richard, Associate Professor of Geology

The Status and Future of the World's Large Rivers: Perspectives from France and the Colorado River


Adam Rosenbaum, Assistant Professor of History

Beer, Castles, and Nazis? In search of the Authentic Germany in Postwar Bavaria


Eric Sandstrom, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication

Is the News Media a Straight Shooter When it Comes to Guns?


2012-2013


Morgan Bridge, Professor of Business;  Tim Hatten, Professor of Business

Faculty-led Tour of Businesses in Eastern Europe


Adele Cummings, Professor of Sociology

Student Subcultures at CMU: Group Identification and Perceptions of a Dominant Campus Subculture by Lower-Division Students


Timothy Galpin, Assistant Professor of Business

Leading the Sustainable Organization


Beverly Lyne, Assistant Professor of Nursing

Lessons from the Field: a Nurse's Story


John Marshall, Vice President for Student Services

Traveling as a Marshall Memorial Fellow of the German Marshall Fund


Steven Murray, Professor of Kinesiology;  Doug O'Roark, Professor of History

From War to Sport, Spears in Ancient Greece: What Effect Did the Ankyle Have on the Throws?


Eric Sandstrom, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication

The Holocaust Wasn't Journalism's Finest Hour: What Would Aristotle Do?


Anne Spalding, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Re-envisioning Higher Education: Techniques for Collaborative, Challenge-Based Learning


Sarah Swedberg, Associate Professor of History

My Travels in Lunacy: Mental Illness in the Early American


David Weinberg, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Improving the Utilization of Natural Gas and Solar Energy via Conversions into Liquid Fuels