DARWIN AND DARWINISM: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY EXPLORATION OF LEARNING

A CUNY Faculty Development Colloquium

Friday, April 11, 1997, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
CONFERENCE CENTER, BARUCH COLLEGE
151 E 25th Street


8:30-9:00 Breakfast (coffee, tea, juice, rolls)
9:00-9:20 Alexandra W. Logue, Dean, School or Liberal Arts and Sciences, Baruch College
9:20-9:30 Overview of the Day
9:30-10:30 Perspectives on Darwin and Darwinism in the Curriculum
 Speakers:
[Gary Hentzi]
  • Joseph Dauben, Professor of History, CUNY Graduate School and Univ. Center
  • Gary Hentzi, Associate Professor of English, Baruch College
  • Marilyn Neimark, Professor of Accountancy, Baruch College
  • Yaakov Shechter, Professor of Biology, Lehman College
  • Susan Tenenbaum, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baruch College
  • Magda Vasillov, Professor of Visual and Performing Arts, Hostos Community College
  • John Wahlert, Professor of Biology, Baruch College
10:30-11:30 [David Kohn]Plenary Lecture. Dr. David Kohn, Robert Fisher Oxnam Professor of Science and Technology, Drew University: "CHARLES DARWIN, SCIENCE AND ESTHETICS"
11:30-11:45 Question session
11:45-12:45 Lunch: Meet the speakers
1:00-2:00 Panel Discussion -- Implementation Across Disciplines.
Panelists include faculty and students in: Accountancy, Economics and Finance, English, History, Management, Modern Languages, Natural Sciences, Political Science, Public Administration, & Sociology and Anthropology
2:00-2:20 Student Seminar Participants
2:30-3:45 "Birds of a Feather" Sessions: Faculty gather in discipline-based small groups to discuss applications of ideas to teaching in their own disciplines.
3:45-4:30 Plenary Session: "Birds of a Feather" Group Discussion, Plans for Collaboration, & Evaluation

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