A day honoring inquiry, research, and scholarship at Lesley University. All members of our community are invited to participate in an event that focuses attention on scholarship in various stages of development.
The Center for Teaching, Learning,
and Scholarship planning committee chose this year's theme to reflect
the many stages of scholarship that are evident in our work as artists,
teachers, innovators, activists, researchers, and citizens. It is this
diverse approach to, and appreciation of, scholarship that energizes our
learning community. It is this approach to our respective studies that
elevates an emphasis on process above product. Celebrate the many facets of research that are evident in the endeavors
of Lesley students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The day’s agenda will
include presentations and poster sessions. Download the full agenda. This event is free and open to the public.
Lesley UniversityUniversity Hall1815 Massachusetts Ave (Porter Square)Cambridge, MA 02140A [small] sampling of topic areas includes: expressive therapies, helping traumatized children learn, study abroad experiences, the role of the First Lady, anime and manga, the Alewife Brook Fish Project, criminalization of black and brown bodies, a Makerspace Mash-Up, success in community college, and storytelling.
View photos from the 2014 Community of Scholars Day.
In previous years, proposals have inspired themes for sessions, such as: Creative Process, Advocacy, Diversity and Culture, Environment and Ecology, Teaching and Learning, Performance and Media, Humanities, Social Science, Expressive and Arts Therapies
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