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Teaching Social Responsibility at Vanderbilt – A Report from the CFT’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

by Joe Bandy, Assistant Director The CFT’s 25th anniversary symposium involved three major themes on the future of teaching at Vanderbilt, two of which have been the subject of previous blogs – changing technologies and economic challenges to higher education.  The third theme was focused on the challenges of teaching social responsibility in today’s world…

Posted on October 3, 2011 in Events, News, ,

The University’s Social Responsibilities – A Faculty View of the CFT’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

This is a guest post by Doug Fisher. Doug is an associate professor of computer science and computer engineering. Doug also recently served as a program director in the National Science Foundation’s Division of Information and Intelligent Systems. This post is part of our series of posts related to the CFT’s 25th anniversary. I thoroughly…

Posted on September 27, 2011 in News, , ,

The Future of Teaching – A Report from the CFT’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

by Derek Bruff, CFT Acting Director Earlier this week, I blogged about one of the two public events the CFT hosted as part of our 25th anniversary celebration, a keynote on deep learning by CFT founding director Ken Bain.  Our other big anniversary event last week was a symposium on the future of teaching and…

Posted on September 15, 2011 in News, , , ,