Audio from Washington and Lee Teacher-Scholar Sympsoium
Welcome and Introduction Washington and Lee University President Kenneth P. Ruscio welcomes participants to the Teacher-Scholar Symposium and introduces the issues under consideration.
Panel 1: The Teagle Foundation White Paper “Student Learning and Faculty Research: Connecting Teaching and Scholarship” Moderator: Steven Wheatley, Vice President, American Council of Learned Societies. Panelists: Tom Kazee, Provost and Executive Vice President, Furman University; June Aprille, Provost, Washington and Lee University
William Sullivan Keynote William Sullivan, senior scholar for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, gave the keynote address at the Washington and Lee Teacher-Scholar Symposium.
Panel 2: Links Between Student and Faculty Research Moderator: Tyler Lorig, Ruth Parmly Professor of Neuroscience, Washington and Lee University. Panelists: Verna Miller Case, Professor of Biology, Davidson College; Stephanie Fabritius, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Centre College; Art Goldsmith, Jackson T. Stephens Professor of Economics, Washington and Lee University
Panel 3: Disciplinary Differences for Teacher-Scholars Moderator: Suzanne Keen, Thomas H. Broadus Professor of English, Washington and Lee University. Panelists: Kevin Crotty, Professor of Classics, Washington and Lee University; Marcia France, Professor of Chemistry, Washington and Lee University; Michael Harvey, Assoc. Professor of Business Management, Washington College
Scott Jaschik Editor of Inside Higher Ed Addresses Washington and Lee Teacher-Scholar Symposium
Panel 4: Career Stage Differences for Teacher-Scholars Moderator: Bob Glidden, President Emeritus, Ohio University 1994-2004; Panelists: Johnnella E. Butler, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Spelman College; Carol Geary Schneider, President American Association of Colleges and Universities; Elizabeth Knapp, Associate Dean of the College, Washington and Lee University