Wednesday (every other week) | 12:30–2:00 p.m. |Feb.– April 2021
This Roundtable is planning to continue in the fall, please watch for announcements.
The Faculty-Student Roundtable is a new forum for faculty and students to reflect on emerging dynamics in the classroom and discuss shared questions and goals as we face an evolving learning landscape. By seeking out the voices of a broadly representative group of faculty and students across schools and colleges, the Roundtable aims to foster dialogue and deeper understanding across the university community as we face the challenges of the semesters to come.
If you'd like to join, simply fill out the form below. The meetings focus on the following themes:
Feb. 3: Breaking Barriers between Students and Faculty
Feb. 17: Creating a Collaborative Space
Mar. 3: Digital Identity in the Online Classroom
Mar. 24: Online Course Inclusion (First-Generation Students, Minorities, Veterans, etc.)
Apr. 7: Maximizing Engagement despite Digital Distance
Apr. 21: Creating Community in a Virtual World
The Faculty-Student Roundtable is the vision of International Studies student Jocelyn Lambert (class of 2022) and Department Chair John Zarobell.
If you know of students who might be interested, please send them this link to the
and ask them to contact Jocelyn Lambert (email@example.com) with any questions.
Faculty questions can be directed to John Zarobell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sign up here to be part of the conversation!