SCE is proudly continuing to offer its Online Public Video series for 2020 on SCE YouTube Channel. The upcoming public video “Cooking, Creativity, Currency, and Carrots: Growth During Quarantine” will be presented by Dr. Jacquelyn Berry, Fulbright Scholar, Cognitive Scientist at AUC.
Join us on Thursday, July 9 for the next Virtual Campus Conversation. It will be moderated by Firas Al-Atraqchi '94, '97, associate professor of practice, chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, and faculty adviser for The Caravan student newspaper. Click here to submit questions prior to the event.
Click here to watch the event live through streaming.
James Ketterer in Discussion with Rana el Kaliouby
Join the School of Continuing Education for a talk with James Kettere, dean of SCE, and Rana el Kaliouby '98, '00, CEO and co-founder of Affectiva, about her new book, Girl Decoded.
"In a captivating memoir, an Egyptian American visionary and scientist provides an intimate view of her personal transformation as she follows her calling—to humanize our technology and how we connect with one another."
Watch AUCTV's interview with Dean of the School of Continuing Education James Ketterer as he answers questions about online instruction at SCE, new courses offered and more
SCE Public Video - Dr. Chelsea Green "Music & Our Time"
Humans have attained transformative experiences through music for countless centuries. I believe music's transformative power arises from the beat--the fundamental building block of rhythm. Tune in to understand the ways in which the musical beat inspires us to celebrate the passage of time.
SCE Public Video - Dr. Mohamed Yehia "Productivity of Remote work"
The full webinar of Dr. Mohamed Yehia, to learn how to boost your productivity when working from home, what are the challenges you face and how to overcome them, and finally you will know some tips of the effective home environment for efficient work.
SCE Public Video - Ms. Rania Jabr "Online Teaching: Get Ready to Teach English Skills using Tech"
Synchronous online learning and English language teaching require interaction but not face to face learning. Instead, they focus on matching tools and skills with high-impact, with which active learning strategies are used in order to enhance student engagement. In this workshop, participants will get introduced to learning about matching English language skills with essential digital literacies for 21st century teaching.