Drawing students moved their assignment outside this week to take advantage of the early autumn.
The free shot is being offered in the south court of State Gymnasium for university employees and some affiliated organizations. No appointment or registration is needed.
The Miller Open Education Mini-Grant projects this year are ambitious and geared toward improving instructional quality by addressing specific needs. The mini-grants have helped expand use of freely licensed course materials at ISU, an effort also supported by the new strategic plan's jump-start funds.
CELT director Sara Marcketti outlined several university-level changes that have been implemented for instructor ratings and local-level decisions that still need to be made during the Faculty Senate's first meeting of the academic year.
Assistant provost for faculty development Tera Jordan joins faculty success coordinator Katharine Hensley as co-director. Monthly sessions return to in-person this fall.
The Writing and Media Center merged with the Academic Success Center at the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center; Student Accessibility Services also moved during the summer.