The 2016 CEG Symposium honored the 2015 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address on Why Won’t They Talk? Using Discussion to Facilitate Learning by Jay Howard, Professor of Sociology and Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Butler University.
The 2015 CEG Symposium honored the 2015 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address on Applying SOTL to Quickly Make Major Improvements in the Curriculum by Craig E. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Biology at Indiana University.
The 2014 CEG Symposium honored the 2014 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address on Calibrated Peer Review: Not Just Writing in the Discipline by Arlene Russell, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Department of Education, UCLA.
The 2013 CEG Symposium honored the 2012 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address by Brian Coppola, award-winning Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry from the University of Michigan, titled Lessons from Three Decades of Subversion.
The 2012 CEG Symposium honored the 2011 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address on Teaching is Not Learning by Jean-luc Doumont, an engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering with a PhD in applied physics from Stanford University, who now trains engineers, scientists, business people, and other rational minds in effective communication, pedagogy, statistical thinking, and related themes.
The 2011 CEG Symposium honored the 2010 CEG awardees and featured a keynote address by Jay Siegel, former Professor of Chemistry and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, IUPUI, who spoke on Forensic Science Education: Golden Opportunities for Critical Thinking and Interactive Learning.