Seminar for the Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Sustainability and Ecological Engineering
On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, Dr. Elizabeth Myers Toman will be presenting a seminar “Sustainability and Ecological Engineering Instruction with Remote and Experiential Learning.” This is part of the interview for the available Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Sustainability and Ecological Engineering. The seminar will start at 10:00 a.m. followed by an open roundtable for discussion of teaching and learning.
Dr. Myers Toman is an instructor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources teaching courses in sustainability and ecological engineering. With a background in hydrology and engineering, she understands some of the challenges to the sustainable management of our natural resources in urban and rural areas. She encourages learning through real world situations and experiences and has incorporated opportunities for such in her courses and research program. She believes that remote instruction can promote habits that build a foundation for life-long learning opportunities.