Brown Bag Conversations
Brown Bag Conversation is a form of peer exchange activity where faculty members gather over lunch to discuss challenges and issues they encounter in the course of teaching. These meetings are designed to give faculty members an opportunity to network with their peers and learn from one another’s teaching experiences. A few senior faculty members will also be invited to join in to share their rich classroom experiences with their juniors. The aims of Brown Bag Conversations are to create a culture of reflective practice and to build a community of practice at SMU.
These conversations are held twice each semester, in Week 8 and 14. Information on the previous Brown Bag Conversations can be found on this blog.