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Mary Ann Cancio
(848) 932-0567

Academic Coaching & Outreach:
Stacey Blackwell
(848) 445-0986

Writing Assistance:
Dr. Shawn Taylor
(848) 932-1662

Learning Assistant Program:
Dr. Mary Emenike
(848) 445-1662

The MSLC:
mslc@rci.rutgers.edu
(848) 445-3123

05/26/2016 - 10:00am — New Peer Leader Training: Module A-Fundamentals of Teaching & Learning
This training will address the fundamentals of teaching and learning, as well as an introduction to communication skills and professional conduct. The workshop will include interactive group activities.   The Rutgers Learning Centers provide training sessions throughout the semester for any academic peer leader at Rutgers (tutors, study group leaders, peer instructors, learning assistants, etc... Continued
05/27/2016 - 10:00am — New Peer Leader Training: Module B-Leading Groups & Designing Activities
Leading Groups & Designing Activities Peer leaders will learn how to design effective activities for their study groups that encourage learning and will learn how to manage groups effectively. The Rutgers Learning Centers provide training sessions throughout the semester for any academic peer leader at Rutgers (tutors, study group leaders, peer instructors, learning assistants, etc.). RLC... Continued

Registration Open for Boot Camp

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Join us on May 17th for a day focused on active learning. From 9am to 3pm on Livingston Campus there will be talks, presentations, panels, demonstrations, and workshops tailor made for Rutgers faculty and staff who are using or interested in using active learning techniques. Whether you... Continued

The LCs Give 5 Presentations at Regional Conference

The Learning Center team after the conference
This spring break marked a milestone for the LCs as we prepared for the PA/NJ College Reading and Learning Association's annual conference.  All of our full-time staff members except for one were able to attend the conference, including two of our part-time academic coaches. The... Continued

Karen Beatriz Bonilla, Gilman Scholar

Gilman Scholar
Karen awoke early each morning to a rooster’s crow; watched monkeys stealthily steal food from tourists at a national park; visited various and uniquely gorgeous beaches; and marveled at the ash and tremors from the eruption of Volcano Turrialba —all while studying abroad in Costa Rica in... Continued