Albertson College Faculty Forum Goes to School
2005. 05. 02.
Caldwell (ID)- The Albertson College of Idaho Faculty Forum is going to school.
Education professor Don Burwell will share his research about educators form their teaching methods in a lecture entitled 'Dialogical Voices: Constructing a Teaching Identity' on Thursday, May 5 at 4:00pm in the Langroise Center room 204. The lecture part of the Faculty Forum Lecture Series, and it is free and open to the public.
Burwell earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Idaho, and his master's degree from Boise State University. He has been teaching at CofI for 18 years.
Albertson College of Idaho is the state's oldest and longest continuously accredited private, residential liberal arts and sciences institution. With an average class size of 10, students receive personal attention from faculty members dedicated to teaching. CofI was recently named a 'Best Value' by the Princeton Review and was ranked 11 in the nation by the same publication for Professors Bring Material to Life, and was also ranked 11 in Intel's list of the most unwired campuses in the nation for its use wireless technology. CofI also recently received a $17 million grant from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation.
More information about Albertson College of Idaho is available by calling 1-800-2C-IDAHO or visiting www.collegeofidaho.edu