Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Call for Proposals for Lilly Conf on College & Univ Teaching Sept 20-23 2012 Traverse City, MI

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Proposals due June 3 - but if you need an extension contact Todd Zakrajsek 

Copy of reminder email with more info:

Please note the Call for Proposals for Lilly Traverse City, Michigan will be closing this coming Sunday. If due to travel schedules or summer course load you need a few extra days to complete your submission, please let me know ASAP.


Please consider submitting your scholarly work on enhancing student learning.

The 13th Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching - TC will be held in Traverse City, Michigan at the Park Place Hotel, September 20 – 23.

Proposal submission will close June 3, 2012.

The overall conference theme is Evidence Based Teaching and Learning, and includes four subthemes: Engaged Learning; Promoting Social Responsibility; E-Learning; and Creating Communities of Learners.

An integral part of the Lilly Conferences on Teaching and Learning is the number of high-quality presentations by faculty from throughout the United States and abroad. Come share what has been successful in your classes and what you have discovered about facilitating student learning.

For more information about the Lilly - TC Conference:

We hope you'll join us and experience firsthand why "Lilly Conferences" are remarkable opportunities to network and share information with colleagues who are passionate about good teaching and student learning.


Todd Zakrajsek, Conference Director
Deb Van Etten, Conference Coordinator

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