The following is a message from Steve Cramer, UW–Madison Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, and Jeff Russell, Vice Provost for Lifelong Learning and Dean of the Division of Continuing Studies:
Register now for the upcoming EI Brown Bag: Creating and Sustaining High-Demand, Revenue-Generating (131) Programs on Tuesday, Feb. 6 from noon – 1:15 p.m. in Union South.
Learn how to identify, create and sustain successful, high-demand programs for new student audiences at UW–Madison. Growth of high-demand programs designed for non-traditional audiences allows you to:
- diversify your department’s academic program portfolio
- attract and serve new audiences of students
- strengthen Wisconsin’s workforce in a knowledge economy
- experiment with alternative teaching and learning approaches
- diversify revenue streams in an era of diminished state support
The session will highlight critical issues, processes, policies and available resources, featuring Katy Duren, Associate Dean of the Division of Continuing Studies
For more information about the 2017-18 EI Brown Bag Series, visit the EI website. The series provides faculty and staff with opportunities to learn about educational innovations in teaching and learning, build connections with colleagues, and share best practices and campus resources.This entry was posted in Teaching & Advising by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.