Episode 9 – Graduating Student Reflection – Ashton Keys

Hello Everyone, and welcome to another episode of the Hubcast!

On this episode, we will be talking with Ashton Keys, another one of our graduating students. Ashton worked on numerous projects for the Hub including the Student Innovation Team and Science Gallery. He is also an extremely talented designer and entrepreneur,

Coming Full Circle with the Co-Curricular Record: A Reflection

I always thought it would be amazing for an institution to highlight the meaningful work students were engaging outside of the classroom, and the Co-Curricular Record is a tool to accomplish such an endeavor.

By Eric Kang

When I was in undergrad, I used to tell my friends that I was working towards two degrees, one in psychobiology and another in co-curricular activities. My friends would laugh because they knew exactly what I meant about the latter degree, understanding my high level of involvement at the university in various student activities.

Episode 8 – Graduating Student Reflection – Hanna Kielar

Welcome to another episode of the Hubcast everyone!

We have entered the summer doldrums, and so we this would be a good time to reflect with our graduating student employees on their time here, what they have learned and what we can do to improve their experience. The next three episodes will all be reflective conversations with a different graduating student.

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Storytelling, Collaboration, and Squad Goals: an OLC Innovate Experience

A group of professionals sit in a session at OLC Innovate.

By Jess Knott, Learning Design Manager

This April, I had the honor of serving as conference co-chair of the Online Learning Consortium Innovate conference in Nashville, Tennessee. It was a year of hustling data points, human needs, and new ideas. I offered to write a blog post about the experience,

The Snares to Wares Initiative

How Students Are Working to Make A Difference in Wildlife Conservation
By Lindsey Mutz

The decision to include students in Snares to Wares has been transformational to the growth of the Snares to Wares project. As a Film Studies and English major in the College of Arts and Letters, I had no idea the scope of the issue of wildlife conservation in East Africa.

Episode 7 – Using Design Thinking to Teach Design Thinking in Malawai

We’re expanding our focus with this episode and discussing a project with international implications. We are joined by Dr. Bill Heinrich, from the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology and Dr. Kurt Richter, from the Center for Global Food Systems Innovation. They discuss a capacity building project in Malawi that taught design thinking to a group of researchers.

What is a Hub? Thoughts and Reflections from a Hailstorm

Text: "The HAIL Storm." Image: cloud with lightening bolt.

By Jess Knott, Learning Design Manager

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend Hailstorm (Harvesting Academic Innovation for Learners), a small and invite-only working group for a network of people working in units similar to the Hub from a number of institutions around the country.

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