SITE October Newsletter

SITE stands for scholarship, innovation, teaching/technology, and entrepreneurship. SITE is encompassed by 3 unique spaces for the use of the academic community to forge new inter-disciplinary collaborations.

SITE's 3 main locations are Stroud 404, 405, and the C.R.E.A.T.E. lab in Stroud 107.

SITE wants to thank you for the support in its first Open House!

The Open House fostered brainstorming and many new ideas to work the technology within the room, such as the BRACO, and Pictured left to right: Luis Vidal, Christina McDonald, President Marcia Welsh, Provost Joanne Bruno, Jill Silvius, Darlene Farris-Labar.

FYE: Abmbiguity to Vision

This year's First Year Experience classes can use the C.R.E.A.T.E. lab as a platform for creative learning with ties to this year's One Book One Campus novel, The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls.


CETL is holding a presentation on Teaching with an Accent at SITE Room 404.

C.R.E.A.T.E. lab is thinking outside the box. Join our creative work by being a part of "Are You More Creative than a 5th Grader?"

Use only white twist ties to create an image or story. Where will your imagination take you?

Tech Tuesdays: Hololens

Tech Tuesdays are held every Tuesday, showcasing innovative technology with valuable potential for teaching with technology.

The HoloLens will be featured again on Tuesday, October 10th. 10-11:30. Stop by and join the innovative technological fun!

Email us to book SITE for your event, suggest a Tech Tuesday, or sign your class up for the C.R.E.A.T.E. lab!


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