Faculty Viewpoints Sharing thoughts on Teaching & Learning Sharing Best Pedagogical Practices with our Community of Colleagues Welcome to Faculty Viewpoints. Here, we share featured articles by University of Detroit Mercy faculty which focus on best classroom practices and the art of teaching and learning. Creating Student Peer Review AssignmentsBy Lauren Rinke, Director of The Writing Center at the University of Detroit MercyThis article will illustrate how peer review ...Read More A Reflection: Fifty Years of Title IXBy Megan Novell, Title IX Coordinator and Equity and Compliance Specialist This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the passage ...Read More Submitting for Publication: Avoiding Predatory PublishersBy Jill Turner, Library Professor, Dental Library, and Jennifer Bowen, Assistant Library Professor, Dental Library The manuscript has been written ...Read More Evidence-Based Study Methods to Mitigate the Forgetting CurveBy Dr. Grace Jacek, Associate ProfessorCollege of Health Professions/McAuley School of Nursing “The mark of a successful college student is ...Read More Utilizing Top Hat and Collaborate Ultra for Student Engagement in Concurrent Synchronous and In-Person ClassroomsBy Sonya Kowalski and Traci Stewart, University of Detroit Mercy, McAuley School of Nursing Teaching during the COVID-19 epidemic challenged ...Read More Attending to the Mental Health Needs of Students Using an Interactive AssignmentBy Dr. Renady Hightower, Associate Professor, Health Services Administration COVID-19 changed the world in 2020. The effects of which reached ...Read More Mentoring and Teaching Students in STEM fieldsBy Rachelle M. Belanger, M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor and Assistant Chair, Biology Department As a first-generation student, I earned a Bachelor’s ...Read More Living With GriefBy Kimberly Moner, R.N. An acquaintance is walking toward you. You ask, “How are you feeling?” but do not really ...Read More How to Increase Enrollment and Persistence of Women in STEM fields? Be an Accomplice, as Well as an AllyBy Mara R. Livezey, PhD,Assistant Professor of Biochemistry As I have been mulling over how to write this column during ...Read More Jesuit Education Offers Tools to Meet the Mental Health CrisisBy Mary-Catherine Harrison, Associate Professor of English, Department Chair Since the Universal Apostolic Preferences were announced in 2019, I have ...Read More Faculty Viewpoint Submission Guidelines We welcome articles from faculty at all levels and from across the disciplines. Articles must be focused on relevant teaching and learning topics including the following: active learning assessment mentorship innovative teaching assignments course and syllabus design inclusive teaching DEIJ and pedagogy service learning mission-informed teaching other teaching and learning topics Submissions should be approximately 800-1000 words and should be focused on teaching and learning. If you would like to contribute and share your knowledge with the University of Detroit Mercy community of faculty, email us at CETL@udmercy.edu or email Dr. Erin Bell directly at email@example.com.