A Faculty Seminar
The Disciplined Inquiry in Education Seminar is sponsored by SUNY Potsdam's School of Education and Professional Studies. Since its inception 11 years ago, the School has hosted more than 115 presentations as part of the annual series. All events are free and open to the public.
All seminar meetings will be at the Literacy Center Balcony from noon to 1 p.m.
- September 4, 2019 - CANCELLED (will be rescheduled for spring 2020)
Jill R. Pearon (Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Acting Director of the Center for Creative Instruction)
Topic: To Biz, or not to biz: should higher education employ business practices?
- September 18, 2019
Lynn Hall (Department of Advanced Programs in Education, SUNY Potsdam) and Sarah Sachs (Public Service Manager and LIFE (Literacy is for Everyone) Leader, Potsdam Public Library)
Topic: Pubs, hubs, and reading revolutions: in search of community and literacy in the United Kingdom.
- October 9, 2019
Kaamel M Nuhu (Department of Public Health and Human Performance)
Topic: Effectiveness of screening colonoscopy in reducing the incidence of colorectal cancer according to anatomic location, endoscopists’ specialty and colonoscopy quality.
- October 30, 2019
Heather Dodds (Learning Engineer, Community Member)
Topic: Back to the future: from science fiction to science future by using patterns to predict the future of educational technology.
- November 13, 2019
Tony Betrus (Department of Business Administration)
Topic: STEM Learning Through Esports
- January 30: Romeyn Prescott (Chief Information Officer, Computing & Technology Services)
Topic: Academic Computing at SUNY Potsdam – Sources of Support
- February 13: Pamela Charleson (Department of C&I, Literacy and Special Education)
Topic: Labeling and Attitudes Regarding Disabilities
- March 6: Marta Albert and Carolyn Stone (Department of C&I, Literacy and Special Education)
Topic: How Do They Do It?’: Lessons From an Education Travel Course in Finland and Sweden
- April 3: Bryan Herman ’03 (University at Albany)
Topic: Science and Culture on the Soviet Screen: Russian and Member Republic Biographical Films During the Early Cold War, 1946-1953
- April 24: Krista LaVack (Director of International Education & Programs) and Jim Pasquill (Director of International Programs, SUNY Global Office)
Topic: Internationalizing the Faculty
Coordinated by Sergei Abramovich, Department of Elementary Education
Secretarial support: Billijean Elliott