Please join us for the next in the new series presented by the COE-ET Research Committee. These “Brown Bags” are designed to promote and encourage research initiatives across the College of Education and Educational Technology. This session focuses on student stories of co-curricular learning and will be held on Thursday, November 20, 2014, at noon in Stouffer Hall, Room 109. Bring your lunch, and listen to your colleagues discuss their research.
Our guest speaker for this session will be Mimi Benjamin from the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education.
Benjamin is an assistant professor whose 19-year career as a student affairs administrator allowed her to see a great deal of student learning outside the classroom. She will be sharing information from two research studies focused on student cocurricular learning, having asked the question, “What do resident advisors and peer judicial board members learn as a result of being in these roles?”
If you have wondered what students’ perceptions are about their learning in their out-of-class experiences, please join us for this event.
We hope you can stop in and hear more about this project.
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