Seminar Announcement: CEILS Journal Club Presentation
Please join us on Friday, October 25, 2019

2:00-3:00pm | 1100 Terasaki Life Science Building [TLSB]

Anju Relan

Adjunct Professor
UCLA School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
Tara Vijayan

Clinical Faculty in Infectious Disease
UCLA School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles

" Team-Based Learning: Outcomes of a Modified Approach to Teach Antimicrobial Stewardship
No RSVP needed. We hope to see you there!
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Upcoming Journal Club Seminars:
  • November 1 – Jeff Maloy, Academic Administrator in Life Science Core, will present M-LoCUS: A scalable intervention enhances growth mindset and internal locus of control in undergraduate students in STEM
  • November 8 – Benjamin Ha, PhD Student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, will present Student use drawing activities as a study tool, but what do they draw from them academically?
  • November 15 – Jess Schnitka, Doctoral Student in Department of Education, will present What Does it Mean to be Culturally Responsive while Teaching Statistics and Research Methodology?
  • November 22 – Jennifer Casey, Assistant Adjunct Professor in Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will present The Implementation of Application-Based Science Education Videos in an Undergraduate General Chemistry Laboratory for Life Science Majors
  • December 6 – Jess Gregg, CEILS Associate Director for Educational Development, Topic: TBD

View the  STEM Education Research Journal Club  event page for more details.
 
Center for Education Innovation & Learning in the Sciences | UCLA

For more information about CEILS events and resources, including a list of STEM education events from previous mailers, please visit the CEILS website at  www.ceils.ucla.edu  or stop by the CEILS offices in Hershey Hall (Rooms 222, 222B, 226 and 228 Hershey Hall).

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