Call for Proposals: Day of Learning to be held Friday, April 29th

Day of Learning

This year’s Day of Learning will be on Friday, April 29th and is going to be a hybridized day centered around Connection, Healing, and the Future of Shoreline/Higher Ed. People will be able to participate remotely and/or in-person, so we’re interested in having interactive, on-campus sessions as well as online ways to share and connect with each other. Our college is unique in what it can offer, so we’re looking for faculty and staff who are interested in contributing. Presenters will be compensated up to three hours via stipend or release time, depending on their classification.

We have morning or afternoon time slots that are 30, 60, and 90 minutes in length and encourage various session formats centered around our theme, including:

  • Presentations or workshops
  • Panels or discussions
  • An in-person or digital exhibition of student or faculty work
  • An in-person or online performance
  • Guided reflection, healing, mental health, or wellness sessions
  • We’re also open to ideas!

Submit your proposal HERE!

  • Submission are due by February 28th
  • Email Dawn  with any questions

What is Day of Learning?

Day of Learning is an all-day professional development and learning day. Campus is closed to students and classes are not held, so all full-time staff and faculty are expected to attend. This year’s theme is: Connection, Healing, and the Future. This year’s Day of Learning will be about coming together, starting the healing process of the collective and individual traumas from the past two years, and finding ways to move forward as college into the future of higher education. 

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