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Photos: New faculty orientation

Left, H. Luke Shaefer, left, from the School of Social Work, and Donna Lehman from the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library chat at the annual New Faculty Orientation in the Michigan League, as scores of new faculty mingle at the annual event presented by The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT). The Aug. 27 orientation featured an Information Fair with representatives from key University offices providing materials and answering questions, and concurrent sessions on research on best practices in college teaching, using instructional technology to enhance teaching and engaging student diversity in U-M classes. There also was a presentation from the drama group CRLT Players. The program featured remarks by Teresa Sullivan, provost; Stephen Forrest, vice president for research; Lester Monts, senior vice provost for academic affairs and special counselor to the president for the arts, diversity and undergraduate Affairs; and Constance Cook, CRLT director and associate vice provost. (Photos by Scott Galvin, U-M Photo Services)

 

 

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