In addition to the written musings under the main heading, I have gathered, here, some of the presentations I have done where the event was recorded and made available, afterwards.
March 25, 2017: Chinese Ministry of Education Address
Since 2009, 19 top universities in China have been getting about $20M a year (each) from the Ministry of Education to develop programs to better educate the top tier university students at those schools. To us, these would look something like Honors programs, although the underlying mission is to identify and promote those who are deemed “gifted and talented.”
In 2017, at the annual meeting that the Ministry convenes of these schools, I was among four foreign individuals who were asked to talk about our strategies for working with “gifted and talented” students.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
November 2, 2012: ROBERT FOSTER CHERRY AWARD – COMPETITION
Every two years, Baylor University holds an international competition to identity the Robert Foster Cherry Award recipient for that biennium. In addition to a generous cash prize, the award also involves a term in residence at Baylor as a guest instructor.
Friday, November 2, 2012
If you are curious about the history and motivation of the weight loss from this time, please see the “diabetes” link at the main site.
NOVEMBER 19, 2009: CAse/Carnegie US Professor of year – doctoral
For many years, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching partnered with organizations to select and present the four annual National Professors of the Year (Doctoral, Masters, Bachelors, and Community College levels). These were highly recognized awards of long standing. As of 2016, Carnegie has put the award program on hiatus. I hope they revive it.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
The introduction is by former student Peter (PJ) Alaimo, a Professor at Seattle University.
April 13, 1994: university of michigan golden apple award
In 1994, I received the delightful honor of being the fourth recipient of the University of Michigan Golden Apple Award, a recognition organized and administered exclusively by the undergraduate student body.
Wednesday, April 13, 1994
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan