2020欧洲杯比赛投注 providing leadership and resources to support the intellectual and professional growth of students, faculty and staff.
Hybrid Office Hours
Due to COVID-19, our office is staffed in person for walk-in visits Monday-Friday 10 AM-2 PM. If you don’t see us or it is outside of those hours, ring the bell and we will let you in if we are available. If not, we are available virtually during all regular office hours 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. General inquiries can be sent to Doffice@offroving.com.
2020欧洲杯比赛投注 we facilitate curricular and co-curricular experiences that foster students’ intellectual development, moral awareness, and curiosity so they can effectively engage with a complex and ambiguous world.
2020欧洲杯比赛投注 to fulfill this mission, we develop and sustain a learning environment. these shared values allow us to model our commitment to education in all that we do:
Curiosity is approaching our work with the idea of not knowing it all; that there is always more to learn; that my perspective and world view are not shared by everyone. It is a sincere interest in dialogue and a desire to add to my knowledge and awareness. It is a willingness to learn from and teach others, and to seek out diverse opinions.
Trust is a fundamental assumption that each individual is always doing his or her best, based on his or her view of the world. There are two parts to trust: trusting the person’s ability to accomplish something, and trusting the person’s commitment as part of a team. Trust is our willingness to suspend judgement in the current moment; to believe the person is honest, capable, and reliable.
Confidence is having the courage, agency, and assurance to provide space for all to think independently, speak honestly, and take risks freely. It enables us to accept challenges, confront difficulty, and overcome obstacles in order to reach our potential both individually and collectively. As leaders we have the confidence to embrace new and innovative ideas in collaboration with others.
2020欧洲杯比赛投注 in accordance with the ursinus college faculty handbook, student comments on teaching effectiveness and student-faculty interaction are invited at the time of a faculty member’s review for tenure. although student comments must be signed to be considered, student names may be withheld, upon request, when their comments are shared with the promotion and tenure committee, and the faculty member.
this year, the following members of the faculty are being reviewed for tenure:
- April Carpenter, Health and Exercise Physiology
- Cari Freno, Art and Art History
- Ann Karreth, Politics
- Kara McShane, English
- Chris Sadowski, Math and Computer Science
Your feedback is strongly encouraged and will assist the Committee in its review process. Please take some time to to provide feedback on the professors by November 15, 2020. If you wish to provide feedback for another faculty member up for tenure, you can complete the survey once for each faculty member. If you have any issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.