Part Time Instructor (PTI) Symposium
hosted by the Office of Academic Affairs & The Center for Teaching and Learning
The PTI Symposium will follow the GPC T2: Teaching and Technology Conference on March 29, 2014.
Part time instructors may attend both the the morning conference and then stay for lunch and the symposium.
Registration is required for both events. In order to included in the PTI lunch you must register for the PTI Symposium.
PTI Registration (PLEASE REGISTER ASAP SO THAT CATERING NUMBERS CAN BE CONFIRMED)
GPC PART-TIME INSTRUCTOR SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM
Saturday, March 29, 2014
CLARKSTON CAMPUS - 555 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GA 30021-2361
Lunch: Noon – 12:45 (CN Lobby)
(Free Moe’s box lunch, courtesy of the GPC Foundation, provided to registered PTI Symposium attendees/
6” burrito (meat & meatless options), chips, salsa, bottle of water)
Program: 1:00-3:30 (JCLRC Auditorium - Ground floor behind staircase/Building CL)
A Better Way Forward: The Future
Rob Watts, GPC Interim President
The future presents some significant challenges for GPC. President Watts will share some new ideas and strategies to move GPC forward.
Academic Affairs Updates
Phil Smith, GPC Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs
The Part-time Instructor's GPC Study Guide for 2014
Ken Johnson, Ph.D., Department Chair for English, Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and Professor of English, GPC Alpharetta Center
Susan Finazzo, Ph.D., Interim Dean of Institutional Effectiveness/SACS Liaison, GPC Office of Institutional Effectiveness
EDGE – GPC’s Quality Enhancement Plan
Sean Brumfield, Ph.D., Executive Director and Mary Elizabeth Tyler Boucebci, Community-Based Learning Coordinator, GPC Office of the Quality Enhancement Plan
Mark Eister, Director, GPC Military Outreach Center
Center for Teaching and Learning
Pamela Moolenaar-Wirsiy, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning & Early Colleges, Prof of Biology/Certified Faculty Developer
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