Help us grow the Sheridan Center Conversation Tree!
Prompted by our interest in sustaining conversations started in the Fall Semester around the Sheridan Center's annual theme of Communication, and inspired in particular by a campus-wide performance by the University of Michigan's CRLT Players, we've placed a Conversation Tree in the main entrance of the Center. The tree presents handwritten tags, initially collected from the audience at the CRLT Players' performance, that reflect on a range of issues and concerns that affect us as individuals and as members of the wider Brown community.These issues include student and faculty diversity, staff experiences, work-life balance, and educational climate. We invite all members of the Brown community to stop by the Center, to reflect on these tags, and to contribute their own tags to this ongoing conversation about topics that matter at Brown.
Brown forms Partnership with The Lincoln School for Girls to offer Introduction to Engineering
The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning is collaborating with the School of Engineering to design a hands-on, nine-week engineering course for high school girls. Read more.
Deadline Reminder: December 31st
Nominations are being accepted for the 2014 Harriet W. Sheridan Award for Distinguished Contribution to Teaching and Learning.
Nominations should be submitted no later than December 31, 2104 to Kathy_Takayama@brown.edu
The schedule for conversations following the Transformative Conversations@Brown campus-wide performance by the University of Michigan’s CRLT Players is now available.
Please check here for the details of conversations being held across campus by various groups, centers, and offices. The conversations will focus on themes highlighted in the performance, including diversity in the classroom, time management, and anxiety.
A Campus-Wide Transformative Conversations Performance
(7 into 15) + 1 Performance
Presented by the University of Michigan's CRLT PlayersWednesday, November 19th, 2014, 4:00 - 5:30 pm, Salomon 101
Come join us for a high-energy, performance that unveils the different ways we engage with and experience Brown. Through vivid sketches, re-visit your own experiences through the eyes of others and engage in transformative conversations. As a nationally renowned touring theatre company housed in the University of Michigan’s Center for Research on Learning & Teaching, the Players use a variety of performance modes and facilitation strategies to spark dialogue, promote inclusivity, and effect positive change. Follow-up discussion sessions and forums will be scheduled across campus by various groups, centers and offices. Please RSVP if you would like to attend.