Continued Learning @ UE Instructor Proposals
The Center for the Advancement of Learning invites proposals for the newly created Continued Learning @ UE program on campus.
Continued Learning @ UE will be a membership, fee -based group focusing on individuals approaching or at retirement age. The Center for the Advancement of Learning office will administer the logistics and planning of the programs entirety. Continued Learning @ UE launched in the Fall 2016 semester and focuses on connecting campus and the community and broadening the learning spectrum.
The purpose of this initiative is to provide the opportunity to alumni, emeriti faculty and community members to be a part of Continued Learning @ UE. We are currently accepting proposals for individuals that are interested in leading a five-week, non-credit class on UE’s campus. The class will meet once a week for a 90 minute session. Preferred times are 9:00 a.m., 11:00, a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m..
Please submit a one-page proposal describing the following:
- Course Name
- Description and Objectives
- Materials/readings suggested for the course
- Mailing Address
- Short Biography
Topics may include history, art, literature, anthropology, current events, technology, social well-being etc., as we are not limiting the subject or course idea. All proposals will be equally evaluated and assessed by members of our committee.
Please send all entries to Lindsay Roberts, Director, Center for the Advancement of Learning firstname.lastname@example.org or The Center for the Advancement of Learning, 1800 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN 47722
PROPOSALS DUE JULY 25, 2018.
Designated members of the Continued Learning @ UE steering committee will review proposals and make decisions on the offerings for the fall semester. If your proposal is not selected for the first series of offerings, proposals will be held and the committee will reevaluate.
We are very excited about the impact this program could have on campus while serving the community.