[Socrates] CUE conference May 2 (March 3 deadline for proposals)

Eva Fernandez Eva.Fernandez at qc.cuny.edu
Thu Jan 30 11:36:21 EST 2014

The deadline for proposals for the annual CUE Conference (CUE = Coordinated Undergraduate Education) has just been announced, and more information on the conference itself is now available at the conference website:


The conference theme is "Learning inside and outside the classroom".

Best wishes,

Eva M. Fernández
Assistant Vice Provost
Queens College, City University of New York

From: Center for Teaching and Learning [mailto:CTL at LISTSERV.CUNY.EDU] On Behalf Of Lucinda Zoe
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2014 9:57 AM
Subject: 2014 CUE Conference- Information and call for Proposals!

Dear Colleagues,
This year's CUE Conference will be held May 2, 2014, at LaGuardia Community College. Our theme is "Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom", and our keynote speaker will be Dr. George D. Kuh. Our conference web site, including program information and registration and proposal submission forms, can be found here: http://laguardia.edu/CUEconference2014.

Our goal for the conference is to bring together faculty and staff from across the university to share ideas and practices which reach across the institutional divisions which too often hinder our efforts to educate the "whole student". We want to hear about efforts to bridge the cognitive and affective dimensions of learning, or to influence the dispositions of students toward greater self-efficacy and, of course, toward more successful outcomes. We want to know how these innovations and collaborations are working, what impact they are having on how we teach and how students learn, and how their successes (or setbacks) can help us learn how to plan for the future. Our conference tracks reflect some of the sites where such efforts are often housed, but we also encourage presentations which cross these locations in the service of reaching the whole student.

Our keynoter is an internationally recognized educator whose work has broken ground for many years in exactly the areas our conference will address. See the conference web site for more information on Dr. Kuh and his keynote talk.
Speaking for all of us at LaGuardia, we look forward to welcoming you on May 2, and to a productive and highly enjoyable day.

Best wishes,

Howard M. Wach, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs
Director, Center for Teaching and Learning
LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
31-10 Thomson Ave., M 414
Long Island City, NY 11101
Ph: 718-482-5478
Fax: 718-609-2026

Lucinda R. Zoe
University Dean of Academic Initiatives
City University of New York
Office of Academic Affairs
205 E. 42nd St
New York, NY  10017
(646) 664-8038
Lucinda.Zoe at cuny.edu<mailto:Lucinda.Zoe at cuny.edu>

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