IN THIS ISSUE OF THE FACULTY HERALD
An Interview with Provost Hai-Lung Dai, Part One
By Steve Newman
"I would argue that today there are some fundamental skills every student should have. Some business skills, for example.... Then, let’s come to diversity. This part of Gen Ed has a very noble goal, it is essential to creating a harmonious society." - Provost Hai-Lung Dai
Answering for Undergraduate Education
By Paul LaFollette
"I remain proud of what we do for our undergraduates here at Temple, but I fear that I may be the last generation of tenured faculty here who can say that.”
What Faculty Should Know about International Students
By Alistair Howard, Associate Professor (Instructional), Political Science, and Urzula Pruchniewska, Master's Student, Journalism.
"As is the case for local students, including international students in class discussion is vital to keeping them engaged and confirming that they’re understanding material. They may simply need more time and different kinds of encouragement from professors and classmates to participate. There are many proven ways to elicit participation from international students without intimidating or embarrassing them."
Perspectives on "Chairs into Managers"
By Arvind Parkhe, Professor and Chair, Strategic Management, Fox SBM and Rob Drennan, Associate Professor and Chair, Risk Management and Insurance, Fox SBM
and Art Hochner, TAUP President & Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, Fox SBM
ALSO INSIDE THIS ISSUE OF THE FACULTY HERALD: • • Attention All Faculty Interested in Education and Gaming • Faculty Senate Year End Committee Reports • Honoring Our Retirees • A Letter to the Editor from Parkhe and Drennan, 5/10 • A Letter to the Editor from Lewis Gordon, 4/22 • Minutes • TUFH Staff