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Each year, Mellon Faculty Fellows are anxious to continue the discussions begun during the annual Institute with peers and partners from across the campus. During 2003-2004, a series of monthly Friday lunches was hosted at The Faculty Club for the initial cohort of Faculty Fellows. Beginning in Fall 2004, a new model was introduced, one of hosting a late afternoon Salon for Faculty and Librarian Fellows and Campus Academic Partners. The Salons are facilitated or co-facilitated by different Faculty Fellows each semester. Facilitators are responsible for framing a series of questions for discussion around a topic of interest to the group.

Spring 2004

Tuesday, 18 May 2004
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Morrison Library | 101 Doe Library

Ingrid Seyer-Ochi, Assistant Professor, School of Education
Barbara Abrams, Professor, School of Public Health &
2003-2004 Mellon Faculty Fellows
described why they decided to make changes to their large enrollment, lower division courses, how they taught these courses differently as a result of having attended the Mellon Institute, and lessons learned following their course re-design. Video clips of students of Mellon student experiences were showcased.

Fall 2004

Wednesday, 8 December 2004
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Morrison Library | 101 Doe Library

Michelle Douskey, Lecturer, College of Chemistry
Andrew Furco, Assistant Professor, School of Education

facilitated a discussion on topics identified as being of interest to the Fellows in a pre-Salon interest survey.

Agenda
Notes from the Fall 2004 Salon

Spring 2005

Wednesday, 4 May 2005
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Morrison Library | 101 Doe Library

Elizabeth Honig, Professor, History of Art Department & 2003-2004 Mellon Faculty Fellows discussed her experiences redesigning and teaching History of Art 168, a large enrollment, upper division course that includes a library research component.

Fall 2005

Thursday, 10 November 2005
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Morrison Library | 101 Doe Library

Brian Powers & Mary Kelsey, Lecturers, Sociology Department and former Mellon Faculty Fellows presented different approaches to teaching the same course, Sociology 3AC, and facilitated a discussion on strategies for advancing research opportunities in undergraduate coursework, ideas for engaging students and securing student commitment to the learning goals of the course, and enticing students to engage in the course beyond grades and requirements.

Agenda

Related Events

Spring 2003

Library All Staff Early Bird Meeting: Mellon Grant & Summer Institute

Spring 2005

Tuesday, 12 April 2005
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Clark Kerr Campus

Second eBerkeley Symposium | From Information Overload to Information Rich: Teaching and Critical Thinking in the Point-and-Click Age

Article: "Transforming the Teaching and Learning Environment: Imparting Tech Expertise, and Sharing Lessons Learned, Are Among the Agenda Items for the Second e-Berkeley Symposium."

Spring 2006

Library All Staff Early Bird Meeting:
Mellon Library Fellowship: Notes from the Field

Spring 2007

Wednesday, 2 May 2007
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Clark Kerr Campus

Teaching, Learning & Technology Symposium: Cultivating Communities in Our Learning Landscape

Spring 2008

Tuesday, 18 March - Thursday, 20 March, 2008
8:30 a.m. -
Bancroft Hotel & Women's Faculty Club

Berkeley-Cornell Workshop on Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research

Berkeley is committed to sharing successful models for curricular change and academic support with other research institutions that seek to provide the best possible learning experience for undergraduate students and related support for faculty designing the curriculum. The Steering Committee has accepted Cornell University's request to visit Berkeley with a group of faculty, librarians, and other campus partners for a three day workshop to prepare the Cornell team to offer their own summer institute modeled on this project.

Ongoing

Library Prize for Undergraduate Research

 

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