July 23-24: Regional teaching academy sessions held at WSU

teaching-academy-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Teaching-focused faculty and educational leaders will gather in Pullman to share ideas and research and to continue their regional collaboration July 23 and 24.

There is limited space for those who teach at Washington State University to attend some of the conference sessions.

The Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine will hold its conference in Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility (ADBF) 1002 and Bustad 145 at WSU Pullman. Learn more about the consortium and academy at http://www.teachingacademy.westregioncvm.org/.

A conference schedule with details about the sessions is at http://www.teachingacademy.westregioncvm.org/Events/Details.html. Sessions open to the WSU community include all the morning sessions and three idea exchanges on Thursday, July 23, and all the morning sessions Friday, July 24.

Those who plan to attend either of the keynote workshops are asked to RSVP to rhalsey@vetmed.wsu.edu. Those workshops will be conducted by medical educator Lynne Robins. She leads the University of Washington School of Medicine’s Teaching Scholars and Faculty Development programs.

For more information, contact Steve Hines at 509-335-6069 or shines@vetmed.wsu.edu.



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