Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies Learning to read is a crucial skill for higher education. Student reading has changed due to the shift, and back, from going entirely online.
By Xabier Granja, Modern Languages Over the past fifteen years teaching higher education, I have been struck by the same recurrent issue coming up with new students arriving at university:
By Kaleb Heinrich, Biological Sciences. I didn’t learn to read until I was in graduate school. It wasn’t until then that I learned effective reading strategies that improved my understanding.
by Lawrence Cappello, History. Most everyone who has taught at the college level knows that students often test boundaries. Here’s now to get ahead of it. There’s an old joke:
by Matthew LaFevor, Geography. Note taking adds value to in-person learning, which some students question after years of remote classes. Many seem confused about how to take notes in class
by Paul Reed, Communicative Disorders. Ice breakers. The very word evokes memories of awkward exchanges, generates deep sighs, or causes eyes to roll. We’ve all experienced ‘tell us something interesting
by Deborah Keene, The Blount Scholars Program. As much as we wish that all of our students arrived at UA having all the skills they need to be successful students.
UA English professor Lauren Cardon published a book co-authored with Dr. Anne-Marie Womack of Rice University. It will be published on on December 27, 2022. Here is what Dr. Cardon
During the 2022 Adobe Celebration Week (Sept. 12-16, 2022), UA’s Office of Information Technology will host several guest presentations and workshops on how to utilize Adobe tools for some of
The College of Arts and Sciences recently selected the 2022-2025 cohort of Distinguished Teaching Fellows. Kaleb Heinrich Kaleb Heinrich is an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. His