The President’s Teaching Scholars Program recently presented two special events where member scholars from across the CU system gathered.
The program’s annual fall retreat took place at CU-Boulder. Meeting under the theme of “Collaboration and the Forces of Change,” the scholars discussed their own projects and spoke with CU-Boulder Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Russell Moore. Speakers included Raphael Sassower, UCCS professor of philosophy and one of this year’s new President’s Teaching Scholars.
Another of this year’s class – Lisa Keränen, associate professor and director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, CU Denver – was among the scholars at 1800 Grant St. earlier this month for a get-together with President Bruce Benson. Sassower and the third of this year’s new scholars, CU-Boulder’s Helen Norton – associate professor and associate dean for Academic Affairs, University of Colorado School of Law – had conflicts and were unable to attend.
Read more about this year’s President’s Teaching Scholars.