Fri, Jan 22 2021 to Fri, Jan 22 2021
Join us for the fifty-eighth session of LUMS Live: The Individual and Institutional Benefits of Building Faculty/Staff-Student Pedagogical Partnerships scheduled for Friday, January 22, 2021 at 5 pm (PST). Our distinguished guest is Dr. Alison Cook-Sather, Mary Katharine Woodworth Professor of Education at Bryn Mawr College, and Director Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr and Haverford College.
Date: January 22, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm (PST)
The session will be moderated by Dr. Arshad Ahmad - Vice Chancellor, LUMS. Dr. Tayyaba Tamim - Faculty Lead for Pedagogical Partnership Programme will share highlights of the programme. Please click here to tune in to the event.
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Profiles of Panelists
Dr. Alison Cook-Sather
Dr. Alison Cook-Sather has developed internationally recognised programmes that position students as pedagogical consultants to prospective secondary teachers and to practicing college faculty members. She has published over 100 articles and book chapters and given as many keynote addresses, other invited presentations, and papers at refereed conferences on six continents. She is the author or co-author of eight books.
Dr. Arshad Ahmad
Dr. Arshad Ahmad served as Vice Provost, Teaching and Learning, and Director of the MacPherson Institute at McMaster University in Canada, prior to his current role as Vice Chancellor, LUMS. He is also former President of Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and former Vice President of International Consortium of Educational Developers. Dr. Ahmad completed his MBA and later PhD in Educational Psychology at McGill University, won a lifetime 3M National Teaching Fellowship in 1992.
Dr. Tayyaba Tamim
Dr. Tayyaba Tamim is the Faculty Lead Pedagogical Partnership Programme at LUMS Learning Institute and has done her PhD from the University of Cambridge as a fully funded RECOUP scholar and MPhil RSLE (Research in Second Language Education Across Cultures) from Cambridge, UK as a British Council Chevening scholar.