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Message 1: Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education

Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 16:24:37 -0400 (EDT)
From: reinvention <reinventionsunysb.edu>
Subject: Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education

Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education 
Short Title: The Reinvention Center 

Date: 18-Nov-2004 - 19-Nov-2004
Location: Washington, DC, United States of America
Contact: Wendy Katkin
Contact Email: reinventionsunysb.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.sunysb.edu/Reinventioncenter/Conference%2004/urconfabout.htm 

Linguistic Sub-field: Applied Linguistics


Meeting Description:

The Reinvention Center, established in 2000 as the only national
organization to focus on undergraduate education at research
universities, is holding a conference on ''Integrating Research into
Undergraduate Education: The Value Added.'' It will take place
November 18-19, 2004, in Washington, DC. The National Science
Foundation and The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation are
co-sponsors. The conference will consider ways research universities
can re-conceive undergraduate education so that it builds on their
unique assets; has research as a key element, embedded in the
curriculum as well as an independent activity; and impacts their large
and diverse student populations. There are several sessions on a wide
range of subjects that will be of special interest to linguists. One
plenary session will focus on recent advances in the ''science of
learning'' and the potential they have to improve undergraduate
teaching and learning. There are four sessions directed specifically
at faculty in the social sciences. Professor William Frawley of
George Washington University will lead one group that will examine
approaches to integrating research and classroom instruction.


Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education: The Value Added

Thursday-Friday, November 18-19, 2004
Washington Hilton and Towers
Washington, DC

Co-Sponsors:
The National Science Foundation
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation


Day One: Thursday, November 18, 2004

8:00-8:15 Welcoming Remarks
Wendy Katkin (The Reinvention Center)

8:15-10:15 Plenary Session 1: Research and Undergraduate Education; A
Powerful Partnership
Nancy Cantor (Syracuse University)
Carl Wieman (University of Colorado-Boulder)
Moderator:	Gail Kern Paster (George Washington University)

10:30-12:15 Breakout Sessions 1: Bringing Research to the Classroom
Sarah Elgin (Washington University in St. Louis)
Renata Engel (Pennsylvania State University)
Wiliam Frawley (George Washington University)
Robin L. Garrell (University of California-Los Angeles)
Gerald Graff (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Joseph J. McCarthy (University of Pittsburgh)
Mo Ogrodnik (New York University)
Joseph Potenza (Rutgers University)
Robert Thompson (Duke University)
James Wallace (University of Maryland-College Park)
Lee Willard (Duke University)

12:30-2:00 	Lunch/Visit the Marketplace

2:00-4:00 Plenary Session 2: Incorporating Principles of Learning into
Undergraduate Education
Elizabeth Bjork (University of California at Los Angeles)
Janet Gail Donald (McGill University)
Mark McDaniel (University of Washington in St. Louis)
Moderator: 	Ralph Kuncl (Bryn Mawr College)

4:15-6:00 Breakout Sessions 2: Applying Principles of Learning in
Diverse Undergraduate Educational Settings
Gregory Bothun (University of Oregon)
Denice Denton (University of Washington)
Diane Ebert-May (Michigan State University)
David Ferguson (Stony Brook University)
Lucia Gilbert (University of Texas at Austin) 
Milton D. Hakel (Bowling Green University)
David Hertz (University of Indiana at Bloomington)
Kenneth Kotovsky (Carnegie Mellon University)
Giancarlo Maiorino (Indiana University)
Robert Mathieu (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Patricia Pukkila (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Cory Reed (University of Texas at Austin)
Paige Schilt (University of Texas at Austin) 
Marilla Svinicki (University of Texas at Austin)
Paul Woodruff (University of Texas at Austin)
Ellen Yi-Luen Do (University of Washington)

6:00 Reception


Day Two: Friday, November 19, 2004

8:15-8:30 Introduction: Summary of First-Day Activities and
Introduction to the Second Day
Wendy Katkin (The Reinvention Center)

8:30-10:30 Plenary Session 3: Providing a Quality Research-Based
Undergraduate Education: Critical Issues and Challenges of the Next
Five Years
Howard Gardner (Harvard University)
John Sexton (New York University)
Robert Weisbuch (Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation)
Moderator:	Judith Ramaley (National Science Foundation)

10:45-12:30 Breakout Sessions 3: Addressing the Challenges
Pedro Castillo (University of California at Santa Cruz)
Reed Dasenbrock (University of New Mexico)
Julie Ellison (University of Michigan)
Patricia Iannuzzi (University of California at Berkeley)
Dennis Jacobs (University of Notre Dame)
Elizabeth W. Jones (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Lynn (Emory University)
Janet Rankin (Brown University)
Jeff Roberts (University of Minnesota)
Sue V. Rosser (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Matthew Santirocco (New York University)
Caesar Sereseres (University of California at Irvine)
Robin Tanke (University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point)

12:45-2:45 	Lunch/Future Directions
Gerald Graff (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Bernadette Gray-Little (University of North Carolina)
William Wood (University of Colorado at Boulder)

2:45-3:00 	Closing Remarks
Wendy Katkin (The Reinvention Center)
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