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Contract Faculty Colloquium

May 4, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm


This is a hybrid session. You have the option to attend in-person or remotely on the registration form.

The Contract Faculty Colloquium has been convened for Contract Faculty at UBC-V and UBC-O for several years, and aims to bring together Contract Faculty from across campuses to showcase and share their intellectual work with other colleagues. This year’s 7th Annual Colloquium will feature papers by Contract Faculty colleagues from a range of disciplines, including Mathematics, Chinese history, and Shakespeare studies. We will examine various pedagogical processes and share pedagogical strategies throughout the day-long event, which will be presented in hybrid form, so that we can include as many colleagues as we can from both campuses. The Colloquium is co-sponsored by CTLT and the UBC Faculty Association, and is organized jointly by the Contract Faculty Committee and CTLT staff.

We will be serving coffee and a light lunch for those who attend in person, so please let us know when you register. Registration is free, but we would ask that you honour your registration or cancel well ahead of time so we can have accurate numbers for catering and avoid food waste. We hope to see you there!

– Online: Zoom link will be provided upon registration
– In-Person: Irving K Barber Learning Centre, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Seminar Room 2.22

10:30: Welcome: Sarika + Committee
10:40-10:55: Sarika: “Academic Freedom: Notes from the Harry Crowe Conference”
10:55-11:05: Discussion
11:05-11:25: Patrick Dubois: “Measuring the Correlation Between Exaggerated Assessment of Knowledge in Students and Academic Success”
11:25-11:40: Angela Andersen “An Experience-Based Look at the Role of Publishing in Building Cross-Disciplinary Relationships”
11:40-12:00: Meredith Beales “Forgetting History: The Missing Scene in Henry IV, Part II”
12:00-12:10: Discussions
12:10-1:00pm: Lunch Break:
1:00-1:15: Xueshun Liu: “Were Kings of Shang Dynasty Sons of God or God a Tool of Shang Kings? An examination of ancient Oracle Bone Readings”
1:15-1:30: Kasim Hussein: “Teaching Self-Reflection through Academic Podcasting: towards an Ethical Research Practice in Indigenous Topics”
1:30-1:40: Discussions
1:40-1:55: Carellin Brooks: ““Visual Syllabi”
1:55-2:10: Nahid Walji :“Experiential Learning Summer Projects for STEM Students”
2:10-2:25: Somayeh Kamranian: “Well-being and real-life challenges as a course content in the language classroom”
2:25-2:35: Discussions
2:35-3:00: Wrap-up


May 4, 2022
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Hybrid Online/Virtual and In-Person – See Description
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