This podcast is comprised of interviews with the faculty of the University of North Florida who were featured in the CIRT Newsletter. We discuss current research projects, publications, and teaching techniques. Various topics and disciplines ranging from athletic training to using the arts in teaching traditional subjects are covered.
Episode 8: Thobias SandoEngineeringDr. Thobias Sando discusses his research on retrofitting urban streets to accommodate wide curb lanes for cyclist safety.
Episode 7: Marsha LadendorffHonors ProgramMarcia Ladendorff discusses her work with Honors students at the Tamale Children's Home for three weeks in May 2009, as part of the Ghana Project. Students, working as part of the project, learn to be involved in the community, and how to think critically.
Episode 6: Michael Ramsey Smith Department of Foundations and Secondary EducationDr. Michael Ramsey Smith talks about the U.S. Department of Education Arts in the Schools program and how he used UNF's online survey tool in his role as an external evaluator for Duval County.
Episode 5: Jeffrey MichelmanDepartment of Accounting and FinanceDr. Jeffrey Michelman discusses his use of wikis in online and hybrid courses.
Episode 4: Aaron Sheehan-DeanHistoryDr. Aaron Sheehan-Dean talks about how he created maps for his latest book: Concise Atlas of the U.S. Civil War.
Episode 3: Matt GilgBiology DepartmentDr. Matt Gilg describes how he uses clickers in his large classes to increase student engagement.
Episode 2: Clark LunberryEnglishDr. Clark Lunberry discusses his environmental poems and environmental art that influences his work.
Episode 1: Charles ThigpenAthletics and Physical TherapyDr. Charles Thigpen in the Athletics and Physical Therapy Department describes his work on preventing injuries in athletes.
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