March 26, 2013
Michaella Thornton

2nd Annual Learning Studio Symposium

Event Details: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., April 19, Des Peres Hall, 3694 West Pine Mall, St. Louis, MO, 63108

Full-time faculty members are invited to the Paul C. Reinert, S.J. Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning's 2nd Annual Learning Studio Symposium scheduled from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 19, in room 213 in Des Peres Hall.

Refreshments will follow the symposium in the first-floor International Lounge in Des Peres Hall. Interested attendees are invited to register online.

Past and current Innovative Teaching Fellows will share their perspectives and experiences about teaching in the Learning Studio, a state-of-the-art teaching space designed by a team of faculty and students as part of the Herman Miller Learning Spaces Research Program. For more information about the Learning Studio, visit the CTTL website

Presenting CTTL Innovative Teaching Fellows will include:

  • Jenny Agnew, Ph.D., School for Professional Studies 
  • Beccy Aldrich, Ph.D., Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy
  • Paul Lynch, Ph.D., Department of English
  • Nathaniel Rivers, Ph.D., Department of English
  • Thomas Stewart, J.D., School of Law

Flannery Burke, Ph.D., Department of History, will introduce the symposium panel and facilitate the conversation. Symposium presenters and attendees will also have an opportunity to discuss how to create engaging and interactive learning experiences designed especially for today's learners and how these lessons may be extended into others' classrooms and teaching philosophies.

Note: The front entrance of Des Peres Hall is currently under construction. Enter Des Peres Hall on the second-floor entrance via the back (south) stairwell, which faces Laclede Avenue. For those who need accommodations, access to the basement of Des Peres Hall requires a SLU ID swipe and needs to be requested in advance by contacting Jane Jones, program director of Disability Services, at 314-977-8885 or

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