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DOLCE - October 4, 2019: “ Technologically-Supported Tautology: Facilitating Teacher Presence When the Teacher Isn’t Present.” AUDIO only

The first DOLCE of the quarter prompted thoughtful discussions about how faculty use technology in their classrooms to support teacher presence as well as to make grading easier. Joe…

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DOLCE - October 4, 2019: “ Technologically-Supported Tautology: Facilitating Teacher Presence When the Teacher Isn’t Present.”

The first DOLCE of the quarter prompted thoughtful discussions about how faculty use technology in their classrooms to support teacher presence as well as to make grading easier. Joe…

From  ATS Video on October 4th, 2019 0 likes 37 plays 0  

Marta Tienda - February 23, 2017

UC Davis Forum: “Public Education and the Social Contract in an Age of Diversity and Division” by Dr. Marta Tienda, professor of demographic studies, sociology and public affairs,…

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"How disruptive can we be? Intended and unintended effects of changing academic practices"

Alessandro Duranti, Dean of Social Sciences and Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, UCLA

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: Opportunity, Meritocracy, and Access to Higher Education

Presented by Caroline Hoxby, Professor of Economics at Stanford University. December 2, 2013

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: Access and Affordability: A Student and Faculty Perspective

Ann Stevens, Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, UC Davis, and Chair, UC Davis Study Group on Accessibility and Affordability. January 22, 2014

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: Open Access, Cooperation, and Commons: The (Uncertain) Retreat of Possessive Individualism in Networked Society.

Presented by Dr. Yochai Benkler from Harvard School of Law. February 13, 2014

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: The University and the Public Good: What Should We Be Doing on Climate Change?

Presented by Naomi Oreskes, Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University. February 25, 2014

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: The Constitutional Dimensions of Academic Freedom

Robert Post, Dean, Yale School of Law Panelists: Henry Reichman, Professor Emeritus of History, CSU East Bay, First Vice President of the AAUP, and Chair of the AAUP’s Committee A on Academic…

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: The Humanities and the Common Good

Speakers: David Marshall, Michael Douglas Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts and Professor of English and Comparative Literature at UC Santa Barbara; and William Ladusaw, Dean of Humanities and…

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The Provost's Forum 2013-14: Public Universities and Regional Growth: Insights from the University of California

Based on the forthcoming book of the same title from Stanford University Press. April 22, 2014

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