Thursday, April 27th, 2017
09:30 AM - 02:15 PM
Storrs CampusArt Building Lobby
On Thursday, April 27th UConn Early College Experience and the UConn Art department invite all certified UConn ECE Art instructors to attend the annual professional development workshop.
Please park in the SOUTH parking garage and bring your ticket from the garage for a validation stamp. If you park elsewhere you may be ticketed or towed. For a map please see: http://www.maps.uconn.edu.
Early College Experience Art Workshop Agenda
Coffee and paperwork
Art Building Lobby
ART 1030 Roundtable: A Conversation About Drawing
ECE and UConn Faculty Members, ARTB #222
(Ray DiCapua, Brad Guarino, Kathryn Myers)
Walk to William Benton Museum, Dodd Center, or Ballard Institute
(ONE of the following 11-12:15pm sessions will be finalized soon)
The William Benton Museum of Art:
âObjectifying Myself: Works by Women Artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Artsâ
âLiz Whitney Quisgard: An Installationâ
âWork It: Women Artists, Ellen Emmet Rand, and the Business of Seeingâ
The Ballard Institute Museum of Puppetry
âBanners and Cranks: Paintings and Scrolls in Performanceâ
The Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
Artists Books, archival collection
12:15 pm- 12:30 pm
Walk to Art Building
12:30 pm- 1:15 pm
Q and A about UCONN/ECE ART 1030, Drawing I, Art Building #222
ART 1040, Drawing II
Prof. Jon Sideriadis, Art Building #111
Friday, April 28th, 2017
08:30 AM - 02:00 PM
Storrs CampusHBL Class of 1947
On Friday April 28th, UConn ECE and the French department invite all certified instructors to attend the annual professional development workshop. Details to come soon. To REGISTER for the workshop please follow this link: https://42817ecefrench.eventbrite.com
Thursday, May 11th, 2017
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Storrs CampusJorgensen Auditorium
Recognition Night for the Connecticut Writing Project's Connecticut Student Writers magazine. Keynote Speaker will be Gina Barreca. Food will be provided.
Friday, May 12th, 2017
09:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Storrs CampusSU 304B
On May 12th, UConn Early College Experience and the Chemistry department invite all certified ECE Chemistry instructors to attend the annual professional development workshop.
To register: https://chemistry51217ece.eventbrite.com
Details to come soon
What is UConn Early College Experience?
UConn Early College Experience (ECE) is a concurrent enrollment program that allows motivated high school students to take UConn courses at their high schools for both high school and college credit. Every course taken through UConn ECE is equivalent to the same course at the University of Connecticut. Students benefit by taking college courses in a setting that is both familiar and conducive to learning. High school instructors who have been certified through the University of Connecticut serve as adjunct faculty members and teach UConn ECE courses. Established in 1955, UConn Early College Experience is the nation's longest running concurrent enrollment program and is accredited by The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
UConn ECE & Partner News
- UConn ECE Hosts 7th Globalization ConferenceThis year’s globalization conference; Globalization & New Migration Patterns brought teams from eight Connecticut high schools to make presentations on the reasons and implications of migration throughout the world. The event was held on April 17th at the Storrs Campus with each school representing a chosen country and presenting to the group how globalization not […]Posted on April 21, 2017
- UConn ECE Site Representative Conference Promotes Sharing Amongst PeersThe 2017 Site Representative Conference took place on Thursday, March 2nd with over 200 Site Representatives in attendance. This year’s conference not only featured sessions on the nuts and bolts of the registration process, it also incorporated informative speakers on transitioning students to college. The day was book-ended with Katrina Higgins, Director of Advising at […]Posted on March 7, 2017
- The Development PlanThe audience was riveted. Our guest speaker for the October Political Science workshop, Professor Akhil Reed Amar, lit up the room with his conversation on the election. The last time the country was in a similar position was 1864, he said, when the election had the chance of pulling all four levers of government in […]Posted on January 23, 2017