There will be two workshops, one on March 2 and the other on March 9, 2020 on the Green Bay Campus, aimed at advancing teaching and learning. The first workshop on March 2 is called “HIPs Shouldn’t Lie” and takes place in the 1965 Room from 3-4:30 p.m. Over the past year six areas across the university engaged in a grant-funded project that investigates how high-impact practices may promote equity in learning and experience. Come and see how your colleagues have implemented and assessed high-impact practices in their curricular or co-curricular programs. Presentations will come from a broad range of departments spanning the sciences, humanities, social sciences, and Student Life. There should be something for everyone! The second workshop on March 9 is called “Teaching Students Who Parent” and will be held in MAC 201 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. This workshop highlights the scholarship of teaching and learning done by UW-Green Bay Associate Profs. Ekaterina Levintova (Political Science and Global Studies) and Kimberley Reilly (History) around access to high impact practices for students who are also parents and some best practices for addressing these issues. Please RSVP here. If you are unable to attend in-person, you can join in via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra here.