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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference

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The Third National Conference on Innovations in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Liberal Arts Colleges opened Friday night at Wabash with a keynote talk by George Mason/New Century College Professor Darren Cambridge ’96 (pictured) and his mother, National Council of Teachers of English Director Dr. Barbara Cambridge.

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Wabash President Pat White, who welcomed the 70-plus participants to the conference in Hays Hall, greets Wabash Professor of English and conference co-organizer Warren Rosenberg.

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Conference co-organizer and Wabash Professor of Education Deborah Butler talks with President White before the keynote speech.

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Professor Rosenberg introduced keynote speakers Barbara and Darren Cambridge. Darren was one of Rosenberg's students at Wabash, and Warren had long admired Mrs. Cambridge's work in the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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NCTE Director Dr. Barbara Cambridge.

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New Century College Professor Darren Cambridge ’96

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Hope College Professor of Psychology Tom Ludwig asks a question following Friday night's keynote presentation.

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Anthony Ciccone, program director at the Center for the Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning at Stanford University, enjoyed the Cambridge's presentation.

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Stanford University CASTL Program Director Anthony Ciccone and Professor Butler chat with President White.

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Dr. Cambridge talks with Professor Rosenberg and President White following her presentation.

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