Third summer session begins
Saturday, June 23, 7 a.m. - 7 a.m.
Talk: “Lake Ontario - What We Can Do?”
Susan Gateley will speak about “Lake Ontario - What We Can Do?” She is a life-long Lake Ontario watcher and a sailor upon its waters for 50 years. The talk is part of a Brown Bag speaker series tying into the "We Are Lake Ontario" exhibition. Gateley has written many magazine articles and a half dozen books on the lake’s ecology and maritime history. In support of the campus-wide project on fresh water, she will discuss what’s being done and what more we can do to heal and restore our still great but troubled lake. Though now the most stressed of the five Great Lakes, Lake Ontario is still an amazing and resilient ecosystem. Free. Part of SUNY Oswego's two-year, college-wide Grand Challenges Project: Fresh Water for All. For more information, visit oswego.edu/grand-challenges.
Location: Oswego State Downtown
Thursday, July 12, noon - 1 p.m.
The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching provides a variety of services to provide ongoing assistance:
- videotaping classes and arranging for formative feedback,
- dozens of workshops throughout the acadmic year (subscribe to the workshop calendar, or check the CELT website for workshop schedules),
- one-on-one consultations on a drop-in basis in Lanigan 121 (next to the Lake Effect cafe),
- a collection of video recordings of past workshops on a wide variety of teaching-related topics.
- a collection of links (under construction) to information on best practices.
Other teaching support services
- Information about library services for faculty is available here.
- A multimedia production room is available in Penfield library.
- Assistance for students in writing is provided through the Writing Center.
- Other forms of academic support services for students are provided through the Office of Learning Support
- Information on FERPA requirements (please do not discuss student grades with parents or others without carefully examining this information).
- If you are faced with disruptive behavior in the classroom, you may wish to contact the Office of Student Conduct, or in more extreme cases, the University Police.
- Information on dealing with students with disabilities is available at our Disability Support Service site.
- Information on dealing with students experiencing psychological issues is available from the Counseling Services.
For more information, contact John Kane at email@example.com