Inside UAZ-Funded Scholarship Series

Events highlighting a CUES Distinguished Fellowship project followed by a panel discussion of the project and the CUES Fellowship process. We encourage all prospective Fellows to attend.

APR 2022 | Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Mentor-Supported Research Design

This moderated panel featured 2021 CUES Distinguished Fellows and a group of faculty mentors reflecting about CUES’ inaugural Fellows Learning Community (FeLC).  The discussion offered insights on the experience of engaging in educational research design and described some of the central research questions in the four most recent CUES funded projects.

MAR 2022 | Archives in the Early Undergraduate Classroom: A Case Study

Featuring Matthew Mugmon, CUES Distinguished Fellow, Associate Professor of Music, and Daveen Fox Endowed Chair (2017-19), this hybrid seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

FEB 2022 | iVoices: Channeling Student Technology Experiences into New Media, Curricula, and Scholarship

Featuring Diana Daly, CUES Distinguished Fellow, Assistant Professor, School of Information, and Director of Undergraduate Studies and Individual Studies, School of Information, this virtual seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

DEC 2021 | Enhancing Pedagogy with Data-Driven Learning: Student Writing as the Site and Source for Instructional Change

Featuring Shelley Staples, CUES Distinguished Fellow, Associate Professor of English, and Associate Professor of Second Language Acquisition/Teaching - GIDP, this hybrid seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

NOV 2021 | Socially-Aware Quantitative Intuition: From Definition to Measurement

Featuring two members of the inaugural CUES Spanning Boundaries Team, Anne Boustead and Victor Braitberg, this hybrid seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

APR 2021 | Integrating National Guidelines in Foreign Language Teaching: The case of Arabic Dialects

Featuring Mahmoud AzazCUES Distinguished Fellow and Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, this virtual seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

MAR 2021 | The Project-to-Publication Pipeline in CUES Sponsored Educational Innovation

Featuring a panel of CUES Distinguished Fellows and their co-authors, this Zoom seminar and panel offered perspectives on the process of writing and publishing on CUES-funded education innovation, as a means to catalyze scholarship of teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.  

APR 2020 | Achieving a Small-Class Feel in Large Online Lectures: the Promise of 360˚ Broadcasting

Featuring Bryan CarterCUES Distinguished Fellow, Director of the Center for Digital Humanities, and Associate Professor of Africana Studies, this Zoom seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

FEB 2020 | Enhancing Online Learning: Designing Immersive Virtual Experiences

Featuring Cheryl Lacasse, CUES Distinguished Fellow and Clinical Professor of Nursing and Director of Teaching and Learning Practice and Evaluation, this interactive seminar and panel highlighted a CUES funded project and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

NOV 2019 | Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes Through Experiential Learning and Human-Centered Design Thinking

Featuring Brian Mayer, CUES Distinguished Fellow, Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Health, this interactive seminar and panel highlighted a CUES funded project, and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona. 

MAR 2019 | Informed Perspective-Taking: A New Gen Ed Model

Featuring John Pollard, CUES Distinguished Fellow and Associate Dean of the Honors College, this interactive seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project, and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

NOV 2018 | Ethics and Adaptive Decision-Making for STEM Students

Featuring Vignesh Subbian, CUES Distinguished Fellow and Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering & Systems and Industrial Engineering, this interactive seminar and panel brought participants inside a CUES funded project, and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.

OCT 2018 | Better Retention through Simple, Asset-Based Teaching

Featuring Paul Blowers, CUES Distinguished Fellow and Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering and Public Health, this interactive seminar and panel highlighted a CUES funded project, and unpacked its relevance for catalyzing the practice of innovative teaching and learning at the University of Arizona.