Faculty Reading Group

Faculty Reading Groups

Faculty reading groups help connect KSU educators interested in building community and developing their teaching through cross-disciplinary conversations. Monthly reading groups provide an opportunity for participants to engage in meaningful conversations on topics related to teaching, professional development, and trends in higher education. This reading group is primarily intended for Kent State faculty (full or part time); other members of the community are welcome if space is available. 

Stay tuned for information on future reading group opportunities!

Previous CTL Faculty Reading Group Books

CTL Faculty Reading Group Previous Book Covers

Fall 2023: Distracted: Why Students Can't Focus and What You Can Do About It, by James Lang

Spring 2023:  Picture a Professor: Interrupting Biases about Faculty and Increasing Student Learning, edited by Jessamyn Neuhaus

Fall 2022: Ungrading:  Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead) by Susan D. Blum

Spring 2022:  The Spark of Learning:  Energizing College Classrooms with the Science of Emotion by Sarah Rose Cavanagh

Fall 2021:  Radical Hope by Kevin Gannon