Please feel free to post any comments about business at the March 21 meeting, or on any other topic relevant to faculty. You may post anonymously if you wish. Comment cards left at the meeting: We could have a temporary benevolent dictator Could you please ask people to type more quietly in faculty … Read more
One of our colleagues left the following at the meeting. It made me happy to find it as I picked up the cards, so I thought I’d share.
Feel free to post any thoughts, questions, concerns, or comments related to the faculty meeting on the 14th, or on any topic related to faculty work at Guilford. You may post anonymously if you wish. There were four comment cards left at the meeting. Three were directed to particular parties. The following one was general: … Read more
Feel free to use this space to discuss the topics and ideas raised at the January 31 meeting, or any other faculty business. You may post anonymously if you wish. One notecard was left at the meeting, signed by Ben Marlin: OK, I went to the Art and Science presentation. I don’t recall numbers – … Read more
Gwen Gosney-Erickson, college archivist, forwarded me these minutes from 1966, when the college was facing rapid change and a call to revise their curriculum. They’re a fascinating look at a parallel time in Guilford’s history fifty years ago. [pdf-embedder url=”http://moonrm.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1966FacultyMinute.pdf”] I asked for a little more context, and Gwen wrote: This was a massive overhaul … Read more
This area is open for discussion of the Learning Collaboratively plan presented to faculty on January 23 in the Learning Collaboratively Memorandum by Frank Boyd.
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Please post comments, ideas, suggestions, and questions about business from the Faculty Meeting on October 4th, or on any other topic relevant to faculty. You may post anonymously if you wish.