Calendar: LTC Events, Workshops, & Book Groups

The LTC hosts a variety of events each term. 

  • LTC Lunches are open to all members of the Carleton community and lunch is provided for 50 people. 
  • Targeted Audience Lunches are discussion based and intended for members of the community who have a vested interest in the topic.  We ask that you RSVP for these lunches so that reading materials or discussion questions can be sent out before beforehand.
Jan 8

LTC Lunch

"Involving Students in Faculty Research: Values and Costs"

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
11:45 am – 1:00 pm / WCC 236; Larson Family Meeting Room

Different departmental cultures, diverse divisional expectations, and disparate experiences of individual faculty members make it hard to know exactly when and how to involve students in faculty research.With the new focus on faculty/student collaboration in the Strategic Plan, it is more important than ever to share best practices and to weigh the benefits and costs of working with students throughout one’s career.

Cosponsored and moderated by the Faculty Affairs Committee.

Presenters: Dani Kohen, associate professor of chemistry; Greg Marfleet, associate professor of political science and international relations; Michael McNally, professor and chair of religion; and Al Montero, professor and chair of political science

Sponsored by Perlman Learning/Teaching Ctr. Contact: chamblin