During this event, faculty presenters talked about their scholarly work in a highly visual and fast-paced Pecha Kucha style. Over fifty people attended the event on Thursday, September 6, 2018.
CRASE offered a writing retreat for full-time faculty to get a head start on their summer writing at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco Japantown. This was an opportunity for faculty to reflect on their writing process, develop a strategy for tackling their summer writing
R is a free, user-friendly, statistical software program that is increasingly popular at universities and workplaces. The R Basics Boot Camp discussed topics including getting to know your data; cleaning your data; statistical tests such as correlation, chi square tests, T-tests, ANOVA, and regression; and
This workshop provided support to participants in honing their own writing process. Lara Bazelon, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Juvenile Justice Clinic and Racial Justice Clinic; Brandon Brown, Professor, Physics; Dean Rader, Professor, English; and Desiree Zerquera, Assistant Professor, Leadership Studies
This community-oriented event connected USF faculty to meet writing goals by writing for 20–30 minutes a day from March 12 to 16.
This workshop was designed for faculty who are familiar with qualitative research, through graduate school or from previous research experience, but need a refresher on key concepts and the latest data collection and data analysis methods.
In this workshop, faculty learned different strategies for how to publish their pedagogical innovations. Faculty structured, developed, and began to draft their manuscripts ideas and received constructive feedback.
“You Can’t Fire the Bad Ones!”: And 18 Other Myths About Teachers, Teachers’ Unions, and Public Education
During this reading and conversation, authors William Ayers and Rick Ayers discussed their latest (2018) book, “You Can’t Fire the Bad Ones!”: And 18 Other Myths About Teachers, Teachers’ Unions, and Public Education.