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Webinar: How to Increase Faculty Buy-in to Experiential Education
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WEBINAR DURATION: 1 Hour | RECORDING
DATE: AUGUST 14, 2018
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In the fourth installment of the NSEE's webinar series, the interest in and commitment to experiential education among faculty can vary greatly between schools and institutions. This webinar will identify some of the factors and challenges that may restrict, discourage, inhibit, or prohibit the spread of experiential learning among faculty. Then, the webinar will explore strategies on how to increase the discussion, development, and delivery of experiential opportunities by faculty across your departments, schools, and institutions.  

This webinar will include information and tips applicable to various positions and levels, from faculty hoping to expose colleagues to experiential learning, to senior-level leadership aiming to create a culture of experiential education on campus. 
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Paul Gaszak is the Dean of the Robert Morris Experiential College of Roosevelt University. He served as the Associate Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Robert Morris University Illinois in Chicago since January 2019. From 2017-2019, he served as Dean of Academic Engagement, overseeing institutional initiatives including faculty development, academic assessment, and experiential education. From 2007-2017, he served as a faculty member in the English Department, which included terms as Curriculum Chair for English & Humanities and President of the Academic Council.

Paul holds a BA in English - Creative Writing from Lewis University in Romeoville, IL, an MA in Writing from DePaul University in Chicago, IL, and is in progress on an Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership from National Louis University. Paul has been involved with NSEE since 2017 and began teaching in the EEA in 2018. He served as the Chair of the 2019 NSEE National Conference Planning Committee.

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