2016 Colloquium

Colloquium 2016 master photo

Thank you for a successful 2016 Colloquium on Teaching & Learning Innovation.

2016 Colloquium Program
Keynote Workshop Materials
2016 Evaluation Survey
A Peek at 2016
Call for Proposals
Past Events


“This [keynote] session was amazing! I had no idea global learning was anything other than study abroad — it really changed my perspective and I am planning to incorporate some global learning elements into my courses for fall.”

“It was great that it [keynote workshop] was high level thinking with an active component for collaboration and outside of the box thinking at the tables. I think it very clearly made their point about global problem solving.”

“I plan to use the information from the keynote to influence some of the activities and exercise we use with individual students and groups of students to help them conceptualize global learning and liberal learning.”

“I loved seeing examples of students’ work.”

“Relevant and substantive presentations. I thought these inspired the group to reflect on our professional practice and move towards more creative approaches.”

“Faculty and staff from various institutions (and in various roles) coming together to discuss common concerns and learn from each other.”

“I really appreciated the variety of topics covered in the posters. I think it gave time and space to celebrate the great things we are doing within the curricular and co-curricular areas.”

“So many great ideas in one place.”

“I plan on connecting with a handful of other people that attended the colloquium that I interacted with. I also plan to use some of the strategies that I learned in the classroom.”

“I received a lot of encouragement from other attendees to continue the work that I am doing and to publish some of it — that recharged my batteries a bit.” 

“Really interesting discussion with individuals about their work. Nice setting and way to end the day.”