Incorporating Transferrable Skills in Liberal Arts and Basic and Applied Sciences Courses

Fall 2019

Sep 25, 2019 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
1:00pm-2:00pm
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)
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Faculty from the Colleges of Liberal Arts (CLA) and Basic and Applied Sciences (CBAS) will share ways they identify and incorporate into coursework the skills most valued by employers, discuss how they address students’ concerns about the worth of courses that build these skills in indirect...

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Faculty from the Colleges of Liberal Arts (CLA) and Basic and Applied Sciences (CBAS) will share ways they identify and incorporate into coursework the skills most valued by employers, discuss how they address students’ concerns about the worth of courses that build these skills in indirect ways, and share class activities that demonstrate how courses in CLA and CBAS are adding to students' portfolios of experiences and preparing them for careers.

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