On April 10, 2013 the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Division of Accelerated Degree Programs, and the Office of Alumni Relations hosted the third annual Business Etiquette Networking Reception and Dinner from 5:30-8:00 PM at Eli’s On Whitney, Hamden, CT.
Ann E. Lindsay, AICI FLC, Style of Success Image Consulting, delivered a hands-on program while students ate a three-course sit down meal.
The program included:
An Albertus education is about pursuing the truth, applying what you learn to make a difference in the world, and sharing the fruits of your search for truth with others. Experiential Learning Day (ELD) is truly a celebration of the hands on learning that students in all of our programs (undergraduate and graduate, semester-long or accelerated) are engaged in. On March 21, 2013 the College hosted the third annual ELD. The day gave students the opportunity to present what they accomplished in their curricular and co-curricular activities.
The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence aims to promote and support faculty development through programming which explores best practices in pedagogy and enables faculty to share their scholarly work with the college community. Through the learning sessions faculty and scholars have the opportunity for ongoing discussion on effective pedagogy, development of instructional strategies, student engagement and integration of new ideas into courses. Join the conversation. Teach. Learn. Experience. This spring we had three faculty members share their sabbatical experiences as part of the Veritas Learning Series.
Measuring Intimacy Capability and Motivation and Their Correlates to Intimacy Behavior and Imagery - Dr. Hilda Speicher, April 2, 2013
Trying to Understand the Young College Graduate: The Mind of Timothy Dwight, 1769-1777 – Dr. Robert Imholt and Images of Artifice and Making in the Poetry of David Jones – Dr. Paul Robichaud, April 19, 2013
Wepawaug-Flagg Federal Credit Union representatives were on campus on April 25, 2013 to reinforce the importance of financial literacy and responsibility during (and after) ones’ college years. The session was led by Michael Hinchey, President and David Hinchey, Marketing Manager at WFFCU. During the session they addressed the importance of savings, credit scores, identity theft and scams.