Experiments in Learning Lunch Series

Experiments in Learning Lunch Series

Interested in learning about what your colleagues are doing in the classroom to stimulate student learning and engagement? Join us for a monthly lunch series at the Faculty Club to hear about innovative approaches used by Stanford instructors, and discuss how you might apply them in your own courses.

Spring 2019 Schedule

  • Tuesday, May 7: Assistant Professor in Psychology, Steven Roberts, "The Power of Vulnerability in Fostering Student Learning and Belonging "
  • Tuesday, April 6: Associate Professor in CCRMA/Music, Ge Wang, "The Pi-Shaped Student: Ethical Design for the Engineer with a Soul"
  • Wednesday, March 6: Professor of Psychology, James Gross, "Engaging Students in Large Lecture Courses: Lessons from Psychology One"

Space is limited, so register today!

Fall 2019 Schedule

  • September TBD
  • October TBD
  • November TBD

Co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning and the Dean’s Office of the School of Humanities and Sciences.


Questions?
Please contact contact Kritika Yegnashankaran at kyegnashankaran@stanford.edu