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November 2013

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Developing and Nurturing Faculty-Driven Research Clusters

Developing and Nurturing Faculty-Driven Research Clusters

Event Date and Time: 
Friday, November 1, 2013, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: 
423/424 Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Developing and Nurturing Faculty-Driven Research Clusters

Faculty Commons & USM Research Administration & Development Faculty present a faculty seminar for all USM Faculty who are interested in developing interdisciplinary research clusters at the University.

The seminar is part of the University’s Office of Research Administration and Development’s Research Cluster Development Initiative to bolster and expand scholarship and innovative high-impact multi-disciplinary research across college lines to bring knowledge to bear on issues of intellectual, scientific, social, economic, environmental and cultural importance and to work more effectively with the private sector, other institutions and the community.  In this seminar Janet Woolman of McNeese State University will share her experiences in engaging faculty, industry and community members in developing and nurturing an interdisciplinary environmental research cluster at McNeese, a regional comprehensive university. She also will discuss issues and problems that faculty have to confront and solve when they engage their colleagues and industry and community members to participate in the cluster.

Terry Shehata will provide an overview of the current Research Cluster Development Seed Funding in STEM, Arts, Humanities, Law and Social Sciences competition.

 

Friday, November 1

9:00am to noon

423/424 Glickman Family Library

 

This event will be recorded.

 

Workshop Presenters:

Janet Woolman is the Executive Director of Research and Government Relations, Director of the Louisiana Environmental Research Center (LERC), and Associate Professor of Library and Information Science at McNeese State University.  She holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Louisiana State University and has extensive experience as a principle investigator with over $6 million in federal, state, and private funding including the recent construction of the new $13 million dollar Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial and Economic Development Center (a partnership with McNeese, Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, SWLA Economic Development Alliance, and the City of Lake Charles).  She works with the university, business and industry, and local and state elected officials to support research and economic development in Southwest Louisiana and has created and administered many different programs and initiatives.  She is involved with the community and has served as a panelist for the Entergy hosted summit on education, a panelist for America’s Wetland Foundation “Blue Ribbon Resilient Communities,” serves on the Board of Directors for the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, serves as a member of the Louisiana Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration (OCPR) 2012 Coastal Master Plan Framework Development Team, and has recently been appointed by the governor as a member of the Board of Commissioners of the Chenier Plain Coastal Restoration and Protection Authority.  In addition to administering coastal restoration programs and research, Woolman mentors several undergraduate and graduate students in research projects, holds an Endowed Professorship for the Calcasieu Parish Development Board Professorship for Industrial and Economic Development, serves on the University of Louisiana Undergraduate Research Council, authors publications and presentations, chairs the Undergraduate Research Program, and is the co-editor for the Innovation, Scholarship, and Research Review of the Chenier Plain.  In collaboration with the Dean of Engineering, she just recently established the new Student Innovation Center (located in the SEED Center) which includes an innovation curriculum, innovation lab, and student business incubation studio.

 

Terry Shehata, Ph.D., Coordinator of Institutional and Research Grant Development, Office of Research Administration and Development. As the University’s grant development specialist Dr. Shehata produces, manages and implements a suite of programs and services geared to increase the competitiveness of proposals for extramural funding with an emphasis on large-scale interdisciplinary opportunities.  Dr. Shehata is also responsible for leading faculty development activities such as proposal writing workshops and coordinating funder visitations.


Event Resources - coming soon

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Teaching Naked Wrapper

Teaching Naked Wrapper

Event Date and Time: 
Monday, November 4, 2013, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Location: 
3rd floor Faculty Commons Space, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Naked Teaching Wrapper: Faculty Discussion & Reflection on Teaching Naked Event

Join faculty member Luci Benedict for an informal discussion and reflection of the October 16th Teaching Naked presentation by Dr. Bowen.

Share your thoughts on the event and hear from your colleagues as you reflect on teaching practices currently in use and discuss new practices you are interested in implementing in the future based on the Teaching Naked workshop.

 

Monday, November 4th

Noon to 1pm
3rd floor Faculty Commons Space, Glickman Library, USM Portland Campus

 

Event Resources:

View recording of google hangout for this event: 

 

Review Teaching Naked Oct. 16th Event Resources.

 

Dr. Luci Benedict, Associate professor in chemistry, teaching general chemistry and analytical chemistry.  My work in chemical education has focused on the use to technology to help students gain a better grasp of content in my courses. In 2011 I converted the principles of chemistry course sequence to a flipped classroom learning experience. Learn more about Luci Benedict. View Luci's website.

 

New to Google Hangouts?

In order to access a Google Hangout you first need to activate your Google Plus account. To do this, navigate to http://gmail.maine.edu/ and sign in using your MaineStreet username and password. Click on +You to activate your Google Plus account.

Follow along with the prompts to complete the process (click continue to Google+). 

After activating your Google Plus account, you will be able to sign into the Google Hangout by clicking on this link to the event: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cp8d5k42uptl4b4h1s6m0ilp230

Click “Join Hangout” after the Hangout begins - The event begins at noon on Monday, November 4th.

  

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
 
 
The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education

The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Location: 
Room 213, Abromson Community Education Center, USM Portland Campus
CTEL Speaker Series Faculty Presentation:
The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education

                           Krista Meinersmann                       Carla Randall

Join Dr. Krista Meinersmann and Dr. Carla Randall as they share their transformed model of nursing education addressing critical issues and concerns facing nursing education today.

The Meinersmann-Randall Transformed Model of Nursing Education (M-R TMNE) embraces the ever-growing digital environment and incorporates hands-on application-based learning experiences. The M-R TMNE relies on the use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), prior learning assessment, comprehensive testing, the flipped classroom methodology, and extensive simulation and clinical-based hands-on learning.

Wednesday, November 6th
1pm to 2:30pm
Room 213
Abromson Community Education Center, USM Portland Campus

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Learn more about the CTEL Speaker Series.

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Russell Scholars Informational Luncheon for Prospective Faculty

Russell Scholars Informational Luncheon for Prospective Faculty

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Location: 
Faculty Dining Room, Brooks Student Center, Gorham Campus

This event has been cancelled. For more information on the Russell Scholars Program please contact Steve Romanoff.

USM faculty (current and retired) and professional staff are cordially invited to attend an informal luncheon to learn about teaching opportunities in the Russell Scholars Program (RSP).

Join us for a light buffet; meet some RSP faculty and students; and learn how, since 1996, USM's internationally recognized residential learning community has attracted 25% of its students from out-of-state and maintained a retention rate of  85%.

Wednesday, November 13th

12:00 Noon - 2pm

Faculty Dining Room, Brooks Student Center, Gorham Campus

 

Please RSVP to Steve Romanoff, Director, RSP - romanoff@usm.maine.edu / 780-5751.

There are flexible opportunities for designing and teaching innovative 1 to 3 credit Core classes to students who flourish in a collaborative community environment.  

RSP courses are interdisciplinary and often team-taught. They feature related service-learning and co-curricular opportunities such as attending theatrical productions and visiting historic sites relevant to course work.

Learn more about Russell Scholars

 

Questions about this event?

Contact Steve Romanoff at romanoff@usm.maien.edu  780-5751

 

Russell Scholars Program

Every fall, RSP admits 50 average-to-excellent students who may satisfy some of their general education requirements in small classes with classmates and faculty whom they readily get to know. First-year students in the program are expected to live and take some RSP classes in Woodward Hall on the Gorham Campus. After their first year, they may participate at whatever level they choose, taking RSP courses at their convenience. Students who choose to remain active in RSP and graduate as Russell Scholars will complete additional RSP electives and Core course work that complement their academic majors and career goals.  

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
 
Office Hours for the Coordinator

Office Hours for the Coordinator

Event Date and Time: 
Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 27, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: 
312, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Office Hours at the Faculty Commons

Judy Spross has office hours in the Faculty Commons space in Glickman 312 once each week during the fall 2013 semester:

 

  • Fall 2013 office hours - First and Third Tuesdays from 11 AM to 12:30 PM; Second and Fourth Wednesdays, 2 to 4 PM

 

Learn more: http://usm.maine.edu/facultycommons/location-hours

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
 
Community Building, Strategies, and the Value to Instruction

Community Building, Strategies, and the Value to Instruction

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 14, 2013, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Since 2009, all UMS email has been hosted by Google. As a result, anyone who has an @maine.edu email account also has access to a wealth of Google applications, including Google+. Google+ is a rich, dynamic media-technology that provides numerous options for creating cognitive engagement, fostering interaction, engaging social presence, sharing, and presenting—all within a highly engaging, accessible and easy to use tech space. 

In this workshop, BJ Kitchin and Mina Matthews demonstrate instructional facets of Google+ as well as instructional strategies for integrating this tech with other web based technologies, such as Blackboard, Google Drive, Youtube, Hangouts, Events, and more. They will review and demonstrate integration strategies for course delivery that ranges from fully face-to-face instruction to fully online instruction

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Thursday 11/14/13 | 10:00-11:30 am | Glickman Library, 423-424 | USM Portland Campus

Brought to you in collaboration with University College.

Both with University College, Araminta "Mina" Matthews is an instructional designer and Robert "BJ" Kitchin is an e-Learning Specialist serving the University of Maine System. They work as a team, providing faculty on seven campuses and eight outreach centers with training in pedagogy, distance learning, and e-learning frameworks. In addition, they have co-authored a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013.

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Robert "BJ" Kitchin

BJ is an e-Learning Specialist with University College serving the faculty and students throughout the University of Maine System. Prior to obtaining his his undergraduate and graduate degrees from UMaine he worked in social services where he designed and delivered pre-service and in-service training to foster parents and social service support staff. His most recent academic work, also at UMaine, is in pursuit of an Interdisciplinary PhD. His doctoral studies combine the disciplines of Disability Studies, Communication, and New Media. Specifically, BJ is interested in how concepts of human normalcy and diversity influence the design of interactive educational environments through technology and web based digital media. In 2007, BJ received the American Public Health Association's DisAbility Forum Student Member Award in recognition of his promising work to advance the health and quality of life of people with disabilities. He has presented at numerous international conferences on issues related to technology access and usability throughout his career. Currently he and co-author Mina Matthews, have submitted a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom, accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013. 

 

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Araminta "Mina" Matthews

Mina is an instructional designer with University College serving the faculty and students throughout the University of Maine System. Prior to joining the University College instructional development team, Matthews obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees in creative writing from the University of Maine Farmington, and she leads a double life as a writer. Her first book, Blind Hunger, is a zombie apocalypse novel for young adults. Her most recent title, Write of the Living Dead, is a coauthored writing manual that teaches different genres of writing through the veil of campy, young-adult-friendly horror characters. Mina has been teaching in adult education and higher education since 2005. She worked concurrently as adjunct writing faculty at CMCC and the CMMC College of Nursing and Health Professionals, as well as teaching English and Career Development for Lewiston Adult Education. Currently she and co-author BJ Kitchin, have submitted a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom, accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013

 

10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
 
Secrets of Online Learning: Beyond the Post

Secrets of Online Learning: Beyond the Post

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 14, 2013, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Location: 
424/424 Glickman Library, USM Portland Campus

The design of effective online teaching and learning requires a unique blend of instructional design and web design principles. Informed by course goals, these design principles inform the process of building web connected course spaces and learning experiences. The quality online course is built through web-socialization and presence, handcrafted instruction, and empowered student exploration all within a framework designed to help both learners and instructors achieve a balance of challenge and motivation that fuels engagement. With Blackboard in focus, this workshop covers selected design strategies for developing the social presence, differentiation, and intrinsic motivators that keep students and instructors activated and engaged with online learning.

In this workshop Mina Matthews and BJ Kitchin unpack and define the basics of instructional design and web design principles. They will demonstrate how to design course elements based on these principles, using pre-designed templates that will be shared with participants. Specifically, they demonstrate design patterns for course introductions, syllabus presentation, discussion boards, course navigation strategies and iconography.

 

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Thursday 11/14/13 | 1:00-2:30 pm | Glickman Library, 423-424 | USM Portland Campus

 

Brought to you in collaboration with University College.

Both with University College, Araminta "Mina" Matthews is an instructional designer and Robert "BJ" Kitchin is an e-Learning Specialist serving the University of Maine System. They work as a team, providing faculty on seven campuses and eight outreach centers with training in pedagogy, distance learning, and e-learning frameworks. In addition, they have co-authored a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013.

BJ

Robert "BJ" Kitchin

BJ is an e-Learning Specialist with University College serving the faculty and students throughout the University of Maine System. Prior to obtaining his his undergraduate and graduate degrees from UMaine he worked in social services where he designed and delivered pre-service and in-service training to foster parents and social service support staff. His most recent academic work, also at UMaine, is in pursuit of an Interdisciplinary PhD. His doctoral studies combine the disciplines of Disability Studies, Communication, and New Media. Specifically, BJ is interested in how concepts of human normalcy and diversity influence the design of interactive educational environments through technology and web based digital media. In 2007, BJ received the American Public Health Association's DisAbility Forum Student Member Award in recognition of his promising work to advance the health and quality of life of people with disabilities. He has presented at numerous international conferences on issues related to technology access and usability throughout his career. Currently he and co-author Mina Matthews, have submitted a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom, accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013. 

 

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Araminta "Mina" Matthews

Mina is an instructional designer with University College serving the faculty and students throughout the University of Maine System. Prior to joining the University College instructional development team, Matthews obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees in creative writing from the University of Maine Farmington, and she leads a double life as a writer. Her first book, Blind Hunger, is a zombie apocalypse novel for young adults. Her most recent title, Write of the Living Dead, is a coauthored writing manual that teaches different genres of writing through the veil of campy, young-adult-friendly horror characters. Mina has been teaching in adult education and higher education since 2005. She worked concurrently as adjunct writing faculty at CMCC and the CMMC College of Nursing and Health Professionals, as well as teaching English and Career Development for Lewiston Adult Education. Currently she and co-author BJ Kitchin, have submitted a refereed textbook chapter on design patterns and social presence in the online classroom, accepted for publication by IGI in late 2013

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Office Hours for the Coordinator

Office Hours for the Coordinator

Event Date and Time: 
Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 27, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: 
312, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Office Hours at the Faculty Commons

Judy Spross has office hours in the Faculty Commons space in Glickman 312 once each week during the fall 2013 semester:

 

  • Fall 2013 office hours - First and Third Tuesdays from 11 AM to 12:30 PM; Second and Fourth Wednesdays, 2 to 4 PM

 

Learn more: http://usm.maine.edu/facultycommons/location-hours

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
 
World Philosophy Day Talk Radio Discussion

World Philosophy Day Talk Radio Discussion

Event Date and Time: 
Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 8:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: 
USM WMPG 90.9 FM

Faculty and Student panel discussion on the importance of philosophy.

Tuesday Night Talk Radio on USM WMPG 90.9FM.

 

Tuesday, November 19th at 8pm on the radio - WMPG 90.9 FM

Tonight on WMPG Tuesday Night Talk Radio
World Philosophy Day Preview

“We need to shine a bright light on the role of philosophy in the world and how important it is to engage in philosophic thought, to ask the larger questions about civil society, the environment, the meaning of existence,” said Julien Murphy, USM professor of philosophy and department chair. “ … We hope to have an interesting discussion with lively and engaged minds, and we hope to have new insight on these questions, both from other panelists and the audience.”

“Why in the World is Philosophy Needed?” preview panel discussion featuring University of Southern Maine Department of Philosophy faculty and student; Tuesday Night Talk Radio – WMPG

 
“...philosophy is a discipline that encourages critical and independent thought and is capable of working towards a better understanding of the world and promoting tolerance and peace. ”  That's one answer. There are probably lots more.
 
Tune in Tuesday Night Talk Radio Club at 8 pm on WMPG and find out more reasons why philosophy is needed, and more about how USM is celebrating World Philosophy Day. Radio guests include Judith Spross, Nursing, Jeremiah Conway, Philosophy, and Julien Murphy, Philosophy, as well as student Jamie Barilone.

The show is broadcast at 90.9 fm, or listen to the stream at www.wmpg.org. 

8:00 PM to 8:30 PM
 
Trans Inclusive and Trans Literate: A Faculty Conversation

Trans Inclusive and Trans Literate: A Faculty Conversation

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Location: 
109/110 Abromson Center, USM Portland Campus
Contact Name: 
Lauren Webster LaFrance
Contact Email: 
lwebster@usm.maine.edu

USM students tell us that we need to be more trans literate and trans inclusive in our classrooms and our curriculum. This will be a panel conversation on cisgender, transgender, and gender queer. If any of those terms are unclear to you, this conversation is for you. If all of those terms are very familiar to you, this conversation is for you. Come share your experiences with - and questions about - how to make the USM classroom more trans literate and trans inclusive.

Trans Inclusive and Trans Literate: A Faculty Conversation

Wednesday, November 20th

Abromson Center, USM Portland Campus

 

Event Resources:

Learn more about trans inclusive and trans literate resources here.

 


Faculty panelists include:

 

Dr. Lisa Walker

Associate Professor, Department of English

Learn more about Lisa.

 

 

Dr. Wendy Chapkis

Professor of Sociology and Women & Gender Studies

Learn more about Wendy.

 

 

Erica Rand

Art & Visual Culture and Women & Gender Studies, Bates College

Learn more about Erica.

 

 

Lisa Bunker

WMPG

Learn more about Lisa.

View a recent performance by panelist Lisa Bunker at MOTH StorySLAM in San Francisco.

 

 

Learn more about USM Women & Gender Studies

 

Event Resources:

Learn more about trans inclusive and trans literate resources here.

 

Keep the Conversation Going

Interested in learning more about this topic? Feel free to reach out to Wendy Chapkis. Learn more about Wendy here.

4:15 PM to 6:00 PM
 
Why in the World is Philosophy Needed?

Why in the World is Philosophy Needed?

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 21, 2013, 1:15 PM to 2:30 PM
Location: 
7th Floor, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Why in the World is Philosophy needed?

Faculty panel discussion.

 

Guest speakers include:

  • Professor Julien Murphy, Philosophy Department Chair, USM
  • Professor Jeremiah Conway, Philosophy Department, USM
  • Professor Judith Spross, Department of Nursing, USM
  • Professor Susan Stark,  Philosophy Department, Bates College
  • USM Philosophy Students: Jamie Barilone & Adam Hanson

Thursday, November 21st

1:15 – 2:30 pm
7th floor, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Coffee/Tea  & Hot cider will be available.

 

Learn more about USM's Philosophy Department.

1:15 PM to 2:30 PM
 
Examined Life

Examined Life

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 21, 2013, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: 
303 Payson Smith, USM Portland Campus

Examined Life

Film & Discussion moderated by USM faculty member Professor Jason Read, Philosophy department USM.

 

Thursday, November 21st

7:00 pm
303 Payson Smith, USM Portland Campus

 

To listen to Professor Jason Read on WZON-The Pulse (Stephen King's radio station in Bangor), go here: http://bigcontact.com/pulsepodcast   (1:01 on the time line).

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
 
The Future of Honors at USM Luncheon -- What's your vision?

The Future of Honors at USM Luncheon -- What's your vision?

Event Date and Time: 
Friday, November 22, 2013, 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Location: 
Honors Center, 253 Luther Bonney, USM Portland Campus

 

 

The Future of Honors at USM Luncheon-- What's your vision?  

As part of its self-study process, the Honors Program wants to hear your ideas on how it should evolve.  We'll start with a light lunch, during which the current program will be described.  Afterward, you'll engage in an interactive planning exercise in which you 'vote' for features you want to see added or (de)emphasized in future.  We'll end with an open discussion.  For those who wish to stay, there will be a discussion from 2-3 pm on the role of honors-in-the-major as a supplement to our university-wide program that dovetails with the USM Core Curriculum.   This event is an opportunity for you to offer guidance to the Honors Council as well as to learn about the program so you can advise students well and identify opportunities for you to teach an honors course.

Friday, November 22nd

12:00 noon - 3pm

Honors Center, 253 Luther Bonney, USM Portland Campus

Light lunch will be served. Please RSVP for this event.

 

Event Agenda:

12:00 to 2:00pm: Planning exercise and vision sharing

2:00pm to 3:00pm: Open discussion about discipline-based theses or honors-in-the-major (currently offered by 7 departments)

Learn more about USM Honors.

 

 

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Office Hours for the Coordinator

Office Hours for the Coordinator

Event Date and Time: 
Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, November 27, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: 
312, Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Office Hours at the Faculty Commons

Judy Spross has office hours in the Faculty Commons space in Glickman 312 once each week during the fall 2013 semester:

 

  • Fall 2013 office hours - First and Third Tuesdays from 11 AM to 12:30 PM; Second and Fourth Wednesdays, 2 to 4 PM

 

Learn more: http://usm.maine.edu/facultycommons/location-hours

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
 
 
 
 
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