Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the Brown Bag Lunch Series on Thursdays, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Faculty Center, 1-228.
The fall quarter Brown Bag Series features presentations by Cal Poly Pomona faculty on topics of interest to the entire university community. The Faculty Center for Professional Development and the Faculty Computing Support Center co-sponsor the discussion series to provide a forum for the productive exchange of ideas to improve teaching and learning at the university.
Guests are invited to bring their lunch; Coffee, tea and soft drinks are provided.
The following is a schedule of upcoming Brown Bag Lunch discussions:
Oct. 24, ?Othello?Scholar, Director, and Actors' Dialogue,? presented by Melissa Aaron (English & Foreign Languages), Linda Bisesti (Theater) and students from the cast of ?Othello.?
Oct. 31, ?International Teaching Experiences of Cal Poly Pomona Faculty,? presented by Jean Aigner (International Center), James Manley (Philosophy) and Louise Soe (Computer Information Systems)
Nov. 7, ?Encouraging Academic Integrity and Discouraging Plagiarism,? presented by David Johnson (Judicial Affairs)
Nov. 14, ?Self-Organizing Education and IT: Distribution, Emergence and Enaction,? presented by Pamela McQuesten (Instructional Technology & Academic Computing)
Nov. 21, ?What Matters to Me and Why,? presented by William F. Girouard (Industrial, Manufacturing Engineering)
Brown Bag Lunch Series presentations can be viewed in streaming video from an office or home computer.
For more information about the Brown Bag Lunch Series or to suggest topics, contact Ian Stewart in the Faculty Center at (909) 869-2897.