Friday, April 14, 2023
Dr. Dobbs-Oates is an experienced practitioner of experiential education, including internships, service-learning, field-based experiences, and role-play exercises. She served as the Provost’s Fellow for Experiential Education for one year before launching
the Office of Experiential Education as its inaugural director. She is a national leader in the field, serving on the Board of Directors of the National Society for Experiential Education. She received the Experiential Education Rising Leader Award from the
Society in 2019.
Purdue defines Experiential Education as “a planned pedagogy centering on an authentic experience to strengthen students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities, paired with student reflection.” In this webinar we will learn more about ways to implement Experiential Education as well as avenues and resources to support work in this area.
*Please note that this event has been specifically designed for Lecturers and Senior Lecturers.
You can use this brief survey to register for the event—and to also share questions you would like to see addressed in the presentation.
Event: Experiential Education at Purdue
Date: Friday, April 14th
Time: 10:30 to 11:20 am
We look forward to the continued work of the board and your involvement and feedback overtime.
Sending our best to you,
Purdue Lecturers Advisory Board
Jen Hall, PhD
Director COM 114 & COM 217,
Lamb School of Communication
Registration required: Register to attend