Conference Schedule — Wednesday


Teaching and Learning in the Animal Sciences
Challenging Old Assumptions and Breaking New Ground for the 21st Century
June 19-22, 2012 The Lowell Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tuesday June 19
1500:           Upper Lounge Lowell Inn and Conference Center — Check-in (early check-in upon request)
1600 - 2000: Upper Lounge Lowell Inn and Conference Center — Conference registration and poster set up
Dinner and evening on your own. Walking distance, you'll enjoy the UW-Madison Memorial Union Terrace, State Street (pedestrian mall) and the State Capitol (see maps on conference page).

Wednesday June 20 Morning
0700 - 0830: Lowell New Lounge — Registration | Dining Room — Breakfast | Upper Lounge Lowell — Poster setup

0830 - 0900 - Room B1: Welcome Remarks
                   0830 - 0835: Welcome from the Organizing Committee - Jean Bertrand, University of Georgia
                   0835 - 0850: Welcome from UW-Madison, CALS - Dean Kathryn VandenBosch
                   0850 - 0900: Remarks from Prof. Emeritus John Campbell, Univ. of Missouri, Univ. of Illinois, Oklahoma State Univ. 

Session I: The changing landscape of undergraduate education — the curriculum and the instructors.
Moderator: Larry Miller


0900 - 0940 - Room B1: Invited presentation - Ronnie Green, University of Nebraska
0940 - 0950: Questions and answers
0950 - 1000: Orientation to breakout discussion groups | Beverages & snacks

1000 - 1100: Curricula and instructor-related challenges and opportunities (Choose one; limited to 25 participants per room)
                   Breakout 1: Instructor's roles (educating citizen vs. training for industry job) -- Room B1-A -- Michael Orth
                   Breakout 2: International faculty & internationalization of the curriculum -- Room 118 -- Charles Stoltenow
                   Breakout 3: Teaching vs. research: independent, inclusive or exclusive of each other? -- Lower Lounge -- Larry Berger
                   Breakout 4: Excellence in teaching: trial & error vs. scholarship -- Dining Room -- Scott Radcliffe
1100 - 1110: Return to plenary session Room B1
1110 - 1200: Reports from each breakout discussion group (10-12 min. per group)

1200 - 1245 - Dining Room: Lunch
1245 - 1330 - Dining Room: Informal networking | Upper Lounge: Review of posters (optional) 

Wed. June 20th Afternoon
Session II: The changing landscape of undergraduate education — the students.
Moderator: Hasan Khatib


1330 - 1410 - Room B1: Invited presentation - Ken Esbenshade, North Carolina State University
1410 - 1420: Questions and answers
1420 - 1430: Orientation to breakout discussion groups

1430 - 1530: Student-related challenges and opportunities (Choose one; limited to 25 participants per room)
                   Breakout 1: Importance of motivation and student learning styles -- B1-A -- Marshall Stern
                   Breakout 2: Individual vs. team learning (student learning communities) -- Room 118 --  Aduli Malau
                   Breakout 3: Digital divide (accessing & using information for decision-making) -- Lower Lounge --  Ashley Driver
                   Breakout 4: Educational needs of increasingly diverse student populations -- Dining Room --  Millie Worku
1530 - 1540: Return to plenary session Room B1 | Beverages & snacks
1540 - 1630: Report from each breakout discussion group (10-12 min. per group)

1630 - 17:30: Poster session

Dinner and evening on your own.




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