Brown Bags

CMA 5.136

The Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) host topic-focused events where instructors can informally raise questions, share ideas, and explore potential solutions. Each event starts with an experienced instructor sharing a success story, and the main focus is dialogue, sharing, and exploration in a collegial, social atmosphere. Join CATE's Brown Bag sessions.

Brown Bags

CMA 5.136

The Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) host topic-focused events where instructors can informally raise questions, share ideas, and explore potential solutions. Each event starts with an experienced instructor sharing a success story, and the main focus is dialogue, sharing, and exploration in a collegial, social atmosphere. Join CATE's Brown Bag sessions.

Brown Bags

CMA 5.136

The Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) host topic-focused events where instructors can informally raise questions, share ideas, and explore potential solutions. Each event starts with an experienced instructor sharing a success story, and the main focus is dialogue, sharing, and exploration in a collegial, social atmosphere. Join CATE's Brown Bag sessions.

Spring CMS Faculty Meeting

CMA 5.136

Our last faculty meeting before the honor's day ceremony to consolidate awards and discuss other things related to the department. Full Agenda TBA.

Brown Bag Discussion: Concurrent Teaching

CMA 5.136

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. We will meet in the LBJ Conference Room (CMA 5.136). A backup Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

Dual Modality Teaching – Brown Bag

CMA 5.136

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. We will meet in the LBJ Conference Room (CMA 5.136). A backup Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

CMS Colloquia Series Guest Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Kam — Feb. 24th @2-3:15pm

CMA 5.136

Dr. Jennifer Kam (Professor, UCSB) Research Talk Title: Undocumented High School and College Students’ Resilience: Exploring the Complex Connections between Structural Barriers, Mental Health, and Interpersonal Communication Dr. Kam (Professor, Department of Communication, UCSB) uses quantitative and qualitative methods to examine the ways in which stressors—stemming from racial/ethnic marginalization, immigration, and acculturation—relate to immigrant youth’s academic, mental, and physical well-being. ...

Female-Driven Filmmaking, Gendered Value, and the International Festival Marketplace

CMA 5.136

Dr. Courtney Brannon Donoghue — Assistant Professor, Department of Media Arts, University of North Texas Thursday, February 17th, 3:30–4:45 PM CT Location: CMA 5.136 Zoom Link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/93467189213 From launching world premieres to negotiating distribution deals, major international film festivals like Toronto, Cannes, and Venice play a vital role in the global marketplace. Alongside the emergence of #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, ...

Proud To Be Moody First-Gen

CMA 5.136

Moody students, staff and faculty who identify as first-gen are invited to join us for a lunchtime meet and greet.  This is a come-and-go event and an opportunity to connect with other first-generation college students and faculty and staff who have graduated as the first in their families to go to college.  Light refreshments will be provided. Date: November 10th ...

Inclusive Teaching Brown Bag (in-person and virtual)

CMA 5.136

Join fellow faculty members and the staff of Moody's Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) for a brown bag chat to share knowledge and build community around inclusive teaching and learning. Open to all instructors in Moody College. Co-sponsored with the Moody DEI Office. We will be meeting in CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson conference room). A Zoom option is also ...

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