MTI: Division of Student Affairs

MTI Coordinator: Demetrios Godenitz
Assistant Director: CASA Advising Team
Office: TILT 121


Upcoming Workshops

Explore Communication Competencies, Skills and Diversity Consciousness for Teaching and the Classroom
Presenter: Dr. Eric Aoki
Event Contact: Demetrios Godenitz
Date: November 02, 2017
Location: Morgan Library Event Hall
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: Please join us for the November 2 Lunch and Learn* with Dr. Aoki who’ll explore communication competencies, skills, and diversity consciousness for teaching and the classroom. RSVP before Nov. 1 at https://goo.gl/forms/NvoFHyBeAhSAJIfQ2

Previous Workshops

The Dog Ate My Homework:
Presenter: Panel Presenters: Elaine Green and Lindy Cartrite
Event Contact: Kim Okamoto
Date: November 11, 2015
Location: LSC 304/306
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Description:

Many instructors have heard last minute excuses and seen students omit citations for work. Additionally, with increased time commitments, the costs of attendance, and pressures to perform well, we may have seen our students grapple with completing their coursework honestly. Thus as instructors we are faced with more than teaching the course content and can also explore with students why they should choose ethical behaviors with their academics.

Come to this informative discussion of the academic misconduct process and learn more about what students share about academic integrity. Additionally, there is an opportunity to discuss helpful strategies to frame academic integrity in our classes to reinforce the norm that most students appreciate the culture of integrity at CSU. Our facilitators, Dr. Elaine Green, Director of Academic Integrity with TILT/CRSCS and Lindy Cartrite, Assistant Director of CRSCS, will share their insights and experiences with academic integrity at CSU.

Lunch is provided. Once you register, we will contact you with LSC box lunch options and take your order. RSVP to Kim Okamoto at kim.okamoto@colostate.edu

Teaching With Teams
Presenter: Panel Presenters: Sagarika Sarma, Amber Paulson-Hofseth, and Emily Ambrose
Event Contact: Kim Okamoto
Date: October 30, 2015
Location: LSC 322
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Description:

There are many considerations to take when teaching with a co-facilitator and teams, including how to keep your content consistent while still providing leeway for instructors to individualize their classes. In addition, there are helpful things instructors can do including planning how to incorporate co-facilitators and teaching assistants, preparing before class the division of topics topics, and scheduling regular meetings to check-in about the course materials.

Join us for this workshop where some of our experienced instructors share their experiences, offer helpful hints for organizing curriculum, and discuss the highlights and challenges of teaching courses with teams. Amber Paulson-Hofseth from CASA will share her experiences working with the Key Explore Community curriculum with a team of instructors and TAs, Sagarika Sarma from Case Management will talk about her about her instruction with the Global Village Learning Community seminar team and TAs, and Emily Ambrose from SLiCE will discuss coordinating the President’s Leadership Program curriculum with a team of eight co-instructors.

Lunch from Spoons is provided. We will contact you with lunch options and take your order. This session is limited to 15 participants. RSVP to Kim Okamoto at kim.okamoto@colostate.edu

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Publishing Issues: Process and Procedures, Intellectual Property and Research Integrity.
Presenter: Moderated by Dr. Jodie Redditi Hanzlik, Graduate School Dean
Event Contact: Elaine Green
Date: October 08, 2015
Location: LSC; Grey Rock Room
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: How do the topics of electronic thesis and dissertation publishing, research integrity, and intellectual property impact graduate students? What do you need to know to successfully publish your research? Dr. Jodie Redditi Hanzlik, Dean of the Graduate School, will moderate this session. Dr. Kathy Partin, Director of the Research Integrity and Compliance Review Office, Dawn Paschal, Assistant Dean- Library, and Ms. Linda Schutjer Esq., General Counsel will be panel participants.

Teaching Academic Integrity
Presenter: Dr. Elaine Green, Dr. Harold Gamble
Event Contact: Elaine Green
Date: August 13, 2015
Location: Eddy 100
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Description: This session, co-lead by Dr. Harold Gamble of the CSU Jann Benson Center for Ethics, will offer suggestions for leading a class session on academic integrity during the upcoming Academic integrity Month; October, 2015.

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Publishing Issues: Process and Procedures, Intellectual Property and Research Integrity.
Presenter: Moderated by Dr. Jodie Redditi Hanzlik, Graduate School Dean
Event Contact: Elaine Green
Date: October 09, 2014
Location: LSC, room 308
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: How do the topics of electronic thesis and dissertation publishing, research integrity, and intellectual property impact graduate students? What do you need to know to successfully publish your research? Dr. Jodie Redditi Hanzlik, Dean of the Graduate School, will moderate this session. Dr. Kathy Partin, Director of the Research Integrity and Compliance Review Office, Dawn Paschal, Assistant Dean- Library, and Ms. Linda Schutjer, General Counsel will be panel participants. Full schedule at:http://tilt.colostate.edu/integrity/