More than 40 faculty members will share their scholarship and research with their colleagues at the Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Scholarship and Teaching on Monday, Dec. 13 in the Bronco Student Center.
The all-day event, which includes posters and presentations, will highlight scholarly accomplishments and professional endeavors from every college across campus. Presentations include grant-funded research, scholarly writing, student projects and fieldwork, and online teaching and learning.
“The Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Scholarship and Teaching is intended to provide our growing community of scholars an opportunity to learn about each other’s scholarship and innovations in teaching, to get new ideas for our own scholarly work and teaching, to make new friends and renew acquaintances, and to enhance our appreciation of the rich array of professional endeavors at Cal Poly Pomona,” says Provost Marten denBoer.
Registration and breakfast begin at 8 a.m. in Ursa Minor. For a detailed schedule and presentation abstracts, download the program booklet.
(Top photo: Chemistry Professor Timothy Corcoran shows the ScREEM device, which was funded by a National Science Foundation grant. Bottom photo: History Professor Amanda Podany speaks during the Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Scholarship in 2008.)