SOTL – Journal Club

In collaboration with the Center for Educational Effectiveness, we are launching a new Journal Club that will meet bi-weekly at CEE. The main goal of this journal club is to provide a safe, welcoming space where scholars can have open, respectful, cross-disciplinary conversations around issues and research in teaching and learning.

The “rules” of this journal club are:

    • Everyone is expected to read the papers before coming.
    • We are all here to learn.
    • We are a welcoming space for people of all backgrounds and experiences, our only pre-requisite is interest!
    • We welcome people of all disciplines, schools of though and methodological focus; diversity is our strength.
    • Discussion should be respectful, we are critical colleagues exploring together.


Make it a Brown-Bag Occasion!

Feel free to bring your lunch!
Light refreshments will be served (courtesy of CEE).



Next MeetingFriday April 27th, 1pm, The Grove 1353

This coming meeting we will look at 2 papers focusing on student’s social perception of competence.

  • Males Under-Estimate Academic Performance of Their Female Peers in Undergraduate Biology Classrooms. Grunspan et al.,  (2017) <paper>
  • “I Wish that I Belonged More in this Whole Engineering Group:” Achieving Individual Diversity. For et al.(2007)<paper>