January Conference 2014

University of One: Transforming Traditions to Reach Every Student

The Division of Academic Affairs hosted the annual January Conference for all faculty on January 15, 2014 in the Chesapeake Rooms of the University Union.

The theme of this year's conference was “University of One: Transforming Traditions to Reach Every Student."  The conference honored the traditional instructional practices that helped establish the legacy of Towson University as the premier teaching institution in Maryland and promote innovative teaching practices that result in student academic success. Faculty, students and guest presenters shared experiences and best practices for implementing teaching excellence that include time-tested and emerging techniques.

The conference featured a session with the keynote speaker, 45-minute presentations by individuals and groups of presenters, a student panel, plus an interactive room in which to explore various types of Towson’s instructional technologies.

January Conference Welcome Remarks from President Maravene Loeschke and Provost Timothy Chandler

Keynote Speaker Dr. David Rose


Ripped from the Headlines: Real World Experiential
Learning in Forensic Sciences-

Dr. Dana Kollmann




Gaming the System: How Gamification Changes our World




Student Panel-January Conference 2014




Innovation in Teaching Awards




Evaluating Internships: Effectively Adapting Curriculla



Provost's Office
Administration Building, Room 311

Phone: 410-704-2125-3129

E-mail: provost@towson.edu




Dr. David H. Rose co-founder of CAST and lecturer at Harvard's Graduate School of Education, was the keynote speaker at the January Conference.

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