Join Dean Morris today at Jo’s in Meadows Cafe in Ragsdale Center from 1:30-3:30 PM for student open office hour!
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The School of Natural Sciences invites you to join us for the Mass for the Feast of Albertus Magnus. We hope to see everyone on Wednesday, November 15th at 5:15 PM at Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel!
The Office of Information Technology is bringing students an opportunity to network with Google fiber, Microsoft, Mozilla Foundation, and Adobe. They will be joining us at St. Edward’s University with product demonstrations, interactive discussions, and presentations. Please see the flyer for more details and make sure to add the dates to your calendars!
Network with Local CEOs
St. Edward’s University is proud to host the Austin Technology Council’s annual CEO Summit bringing around 100 local business leaders to campus. The Office of University Advancement invites students and the Summit’s attending CEOs to attend a networking reception on:
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
St. Edward’s University – Mabee Ballroom C
Business Casual Attire.
Dr. Santiago Toledo (Assistant professor of Chemistry at SEU) and his collaborator Dr. Justin Dubas just published an article in the most recent issue of the Journal of Chemical Education titled, “A Learner-Centered Grading Method Focused on Reaching Proficiency with Course Learning Outcomes.” This work discusses an alternative form of thinking about grading to encourage students to focus on their mastery with the course learning outcomes. This proposed method couples the use of Marzano’s Taxonomy of learning and its cognitive levels to the feedback students receive. This approach was implemented in general chemistry courses at SEU and it is now operational in some organic chemistry and other advanced level courses. This work is a follow-up of earlier work by Dr. Toledo on using Marzano’s Taxonomy to draft student learning outcomes for chemistry courses.
You can get access to the full article at the following link: http://pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequest/AOR-dJB9aIyKEpFDi9tiijKc
The article’s DOI is: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.6b00651
The abstract is available at Dr. Toledo’s Research gate account: Research Gate
Calling all incoming FRESHMEN enrolled in one or more LLCs! The School of Natural Sciences will be offering Freshmen Accelerated Research Workshops (FARM), a 3 day series workshop comprised of class and laboratory sessions that are intended to give you a head-start in your respective science disciplines. Interested? Click the link for more information!