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OIT's winter Faculty Showcases to feature Shubert and Alicke

Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Joyice Childs  

Join OIT in the Friends of the Library Room, Alden 319, at noon on February 16 and 20 for Faculty Showcase events featuring the work of Drs. Natalie Shubert and Mark Alicke. These brown bag sessions are free and open to the public. If you are unable to attend in person, the events also will be streamed live via Adobe Connect.

February 20 - The Blame Game

Mark Alicke

February 20, 2012
12:10 pm - 1:00 pm
Alden Library 319 (Friends of the Library Room)

Join OIT and Dr. Mark Alicke, Professor of Psychology, for a research colloquium about how we evaluate situations and place blame. Dr. Alicke's work recently was featured in the Autumn/Winter 2011 issue of Perspectives.

February 16 - Student-Instructor Relationships for Learning

Natalie Shubert 

February 16, 2012
12:10 pm - 1:00 pm
Alden Library 319 (Friends of the Library Room)

Dr. Natalie Shubert, Visiting Professor, Communication Studies, will highlight topics concerning how the student-instructor relationship enhances the learning experience.

Dr. Shubert excels at teaching interpersonal communication courses about relationships while simultaneously developing student-teacher relationships. Main points of her lecture will include policies of self-disclosure, tools for engaging with students in the classroom, and trust-building strategies for the modern classroom instructor.

Natalie Shubert, Ph.D., is a 2010 graduate of Ohio University's Scripps School of Communication Studies. She is currently serving Ohio University as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Studies again in the Scripps School of Communication Studies. Her research emphasis is on organizational and environmental communication, specifically community-based food organizing and local food systems. She teaches several courses, and currently teaches the 400-student large lecture COMS 101: Intro to Human Communication and 120-student COMS 206: Interpersonal Communication. She is thrilled to be back at Ohio University and believes in the mission of and unique spirit that is OU. Oh Yeah!!


Related Links

Faculty Showcase streaming link