Faculty GUR Group

The Faculty GUR Group at Western Washington University will be learning about the subject of media studies while exploring critical theory teaching methods used in this GUR that may transfer to any discipline.

The idea behind the group is that faculty, as well as students, need to sustain…

Today in tech events:

The Learning Technology Group will have a session on Geomapping and Forms with Google Tools from noon to 1 p.m. in Haggard Hall Room 222. This space is located behind the Student Tech Center and several rows of books in SE corner of Haggard Hall overlooking…

Western Washington University mathematics instructors Dina Buric and Teresa Downard are developing a new GUR, "MATH 160: Mathematics and Art," and they'll present an interactive experience on the project March 4 and 11 as part of the campus Faculty GUR Group.

The new…

Faculty members who've been mulling over the idea of reworking their courses might want to consider an upcoming lecture from Georgianne Connell, a senior instructor in the Biology Department at Western Washington University.

Connell is fast becoming an expert on using big ideas to…

Shirley Osterhaus of Fairhaven Colelge of interdisciplinary Studies will present “World Issues—learning widely, living ethically, advocating actively!” at the Faculty GUR Group meeting from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. May 20 in Humanities Room 108. The campus community to welcome to…

Jeanne Freeman, an assistant professor in the department of physical education, health and recreation at Western Washington University, will talk about her “Introduction to Public Health” GUR course and examine the complex issue of health care reform as part of the Faculty GUR…

Rosemary Vohs, (Woodring College of Education) will present part two of “Storytelling! The Joy of Speaking in Public” at the Faculty GUR Group from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, in Viking Union Room 462A.

Please join your colleagues from across campus to explore excerpts of…

Lysa Rivera, an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, will present "Subverting Norms: African Americans in U.S. Literature" in a Faculty GUR Group event.

Faculty and staff are invited to explore excerpts of Rivera's "Introduction to African-…

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