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University Conferences & Events

University Conferences & Events

 

Purdue Global schools, colleges, and other groups host a number of online conferences and events. Some of the conferences are for university faculty and staff only, or with limited external availability. This section collects and makes publicly accessible the abstracts, proceedings, and other presentation materials from Purdue Global conferences and events.

For more information about conferences and events, visit Conferences & Events on PG Connect.

Sub-communities within this community

  • Since 2009, the School of General Education has hosted an annual conference during which faculty and staff share best practices, research, discipline-specific information, and more.​
  • Purdue Global Village is a virtual higher education conference designed and delivered by the Center for Teaching and Learning for faculty, administrators, and staff.
  • Teaching - Innovation - Presence (TIP) is an annual virtual conference hosted by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Purdue University Global.

Recent Submissions

  • Berube, John (2020-04-29)
    All professions require employees with critical thinking skills. These skills can be in greater demand, depending upon the profession. Although critical thinking can be taught on the job, most employers would prefer strong ...
  • Derkacy, Carrie; Tacker, Tami; Meymaris, Kirsten (2020-04-30)
    Have you ever wondered what math discussions look like in an online classroom? Or how about GROUP math discussions in the online classroom? Now that is a challenge! It has long been recognized that teamwork and collaboration ...
  • Hohensee, Peg; Meymaris, Kirsten (2020-04-29)
    It has long been observed and reported regarding the feelings of isolation and lack of community in online education. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) originally developed by Garrison, et al (2000), identified three ...
  • Laman, Carol; Bass, Christina (2020-04-29)
    Studies indicate that engagement is a key component to student success. This engagement in the online community can occur when students build relationships with each other (Lohr & Haley, 2018; Oliphante & Branch-Mueller, ...
  • Bianco, Michelle; Chiong, Tamara (2020-04-29)
    Formative Assessment: “Do You Understand?” “Got it!” “Okay, good!” What is formative assessment? How can it help in the classroom, both for you and your students? This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of formative ...
  • Deaver, Linda; Caseldine-Bracht, Jennifer (2020-04-28)
    Since its inception, the U.S. has supported a tension between protecting the interests of the individual and agrarian community versus promoting the financial and industrial agenda of the corporate world. While corporations ...
  • Scalise, Tonya; Themer, Amy; Johnson, Leslie (2020-04-30)
    "A successful technology project is one that is delivered on time, that comes within budget, and that meets or exceeds stakeholders' expectations." (Lehmann, 2017). Defining a successful project may be easy, but managing ...
  • Williams, Aprile (2020-04-28)
    This presentation will provide participants with strategies to model emotional intelligence (EI), through the understanding of the education model of Transformative Emotional Intelligence (TEI), to assist students in their ...
  • Pelletier, Patti; Moody-Villarose, Larasz (2020-04-28)
    This presentation is focused on examining the Purdue University Global environment, including practices and policies that support individuals with diverse outcomes, resources, and curricula toward broadening equitable ...
  • Aubuchon, Debora (2020-04-28)
    Today educators are going beyond where educators have been before. It is easy to take for granted the importance of everything digital. In 2008, The Atlantic published “Is Google making us stupid?” This question has yet ...
  • O'Neal, Christine; Torres-Roman, Julie; Furr, Annissa (2020-04-29)
    Most students have heard of climate change but few understand the data supporting it or the impact climate change could have on their lives. This research-based presentation will provide an introduction to climate change ...
  • Owens, Angela; Williams, Nikki; Howlett, Paulette (2020-04-28)
    “If educational interventions want to improve the learning efficiency of learners and have positive effects on learners, it is necessary to understand the individual differences of learners” (2018, Min, Chen, Liu, & Zuo). ...
  • AuCoin, Dena; Orpustan-Love, Denise (2020-04-29)
    This Lightning Session will explore the concept of what it means to become a Wellness-Informed University. Inspired by the pioneering national movement to create trauma-informed education within universities, the Wellness- ...
  • Gellens, Suzanne; Wachtel, Lois (2020-04-29)
    We will explore ways to engage students and increase interactions and relationships with the professor and colleagues to improve learning. Challenges to both on-line and face-to-face courses will be examined with discussion ...
  • Riley, Michele; Hall, Celine; Keathley, Michael; Hohensee, Peg (2020-04-30)
    The School of General Education’s Academic Chairs will host an interdisciplinary panel to explore sustainability from their respective fields of study including Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Mathematics, and ...
  • Riley, Michele; Scarpena, Kate; Collins, Stuart; Harrison, Jennifer; Muir, Kevin (2020-04-29)
    As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment this year, let us take a moment to explore the diversity within the women’s suffrage movement. The topics explored in this panel are as follows: ...
  • Lark, JoLene (2020-04-28)
    There are differences in how women learn in adult education versus men and this is an issue that affects the United States as well as the rest of the world. Most traditional courses do not differentiate for gender and it ...
  • Erickson, Paige (2020-04-28)
    Language acquisition offers an opportunity for humility, new perspectives, and empathy. Language learning builds compassion for non-native speakers, and provides a sense of how adult students may approach their education. ...
  • Edwards, Carol T.; Lao, Teresa (2020-04-28)
    In this collaborative presentation, we will discuss the issue of student persistence and student engagement in relation to interactive technology. Student persistence is a term which is widely use in academia and is a ...
  • Holmes, Eric (2020-04-28)
    In the long tenuous relationship between higher education and the workforce, a lot of hand-wringing has occurred regarding the way that students are taught to write in college vs. how they are expected to write in the ...

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