Faculty Innovation Center Grand Opening Celebration
One forgotten campus classroom, one year to transform, and one brand new innovative space. Construction is complete on the Faculty Innovation Center and it is time to celebrate! Join us on Monday, August 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. for the grand opening of the Faculty Innovation Center in Campbell Hall 100.
Built in the late 1910s, Campbell Hall was originally occupied by Home Economics and the College of Education. Campbell 100 was a daycare for children for over 40 years, and then later turned into office spaces before being virtually abandoned for the past few years. The Faculty Innovation Center is now bringing life back into Campbell Hall 100.
The Faculty Innovation Center is the newest addition to the Innovative Spaces Program classroom line up. The program is a campus-wide initiative to foster transformational learning in university classrooms. You can start the school year off right by being one of the first to experience what this classroom has to offer. Take this time to interact with the rooms unique features, like flexible furniture, technology infrastructure, and “teaching in the round” capabilities.
While you’re getting familiar with the rooms features, meet with members of the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) team to learn more about our work. Network with colleagues over light refreshments and discover some of the resources ODEE provides. Find out how we can assist with the upgrade to Carmen Courses, lessening the financial stresses of students via the Affordable Learning Exchange, and designing and developing online courses.
Don’t miss out on the grand opening celebration; RSVP today!
For more information or questions about the space, email email@example.com. See you there!