TILT has recorded several special events held on campus including the the most recent Climate Change Series. TILT continues to cover these special events and add them to our video collection. Check back here to view more special event videos.
Cheryl Ball Lecture: Multimodal Composition, English CO 300 Course Redesign 2010
Multimodal Composition, English CO 300 Course Redesign 2010
Climate Change - Biological and Ecological Effects
Alan Knapp presented Climate Change - The Biological and Ecological Effects at the 2007 at the Climate Change Series in the Fall 2007.
Climate Change Series - Challenges: Policy, Solar Energy, Fuels and Engines
John Grant and Stephen Ogle present this workshop at the Fall 2007 Climate Change Series.
Climate Change Series - Effect of Climate Change: The Human Costs
Kathleen Galvin, Gerald Callahan, and James Pritchett present this workshop at the Fall 2007 Climate Change Series.
Climate Change Series - Reconstructing and Modeling Past and Future Climates: Methods
Gene Kelly and David Randall present this talk at the Changes in Climate series in Fall 2007.
Climate Change Series: The Biological and Ecological Effects of Climate Change
Climate Change series presentation October 9th, 2008
Focus the Nation- National Security, Peak Oil, and Climate Change
Bill Doe for the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands and Kyle Saunders of the Political Science department present this workshop for the 2008 Focus the Nation event
Focus the Nation: Bigfoot Walks! (What Size is Your Carbon Footprint?)
Shane Bondi and Mark Easter present this workshop at the Focus the Nation Global Change event
Focus the Nation: Right Here, Right Now: Local Programs and Policies
Lucinda Smith, John Armstrong, and Lyn Kathlene present at the 2008 Focus the Nation event.
Focus the Nation: Show Me the Money: Economics and Climate Change
James Prichette and Tom Dean present at the 2008 Focus the Nation event.
Focus the Nation: Tiny Molecules that Change the World: The Science of Climate Change
Scott Denning presents this workshop at the 2008 Focus the Nation event.
Focus the Nation: What Government Can Do -Panel Discussion with State Representatives and State Senators
Panel Presentation of State Legislators at the 2008 Focus the Nation event.
Focus the Nation: Why Should I Care? How Climate Change Will Affect Humans
Lori Peek presents this workshop at the 2008 Focus the Nation Event
My Favorite Lecture - Dr. Holmes Rolston: The Future of Environmental Ethics
Come hear from a Colorado State University distinguished Professor whose work on environmental ethics is internationally known and who is considered one of the founders of environmental ethics as an academic discipline.
My Favorite Lecture: Dr. Robin Reid
"Inventing Sustainable Futures: Communities Making a Difference around the World" Many of the messages we all receive through the media make reaching a sustainable future look difficult, if not impossible. And yet, around the world, community by community, people from all walks of life are working together on innovative ways to create this new future. This talk will describe some community initiatives in the US, Africa, and Asia and highlight what struggles they face and how they make progress together. It will also suggest ways we can work to magnify those successes in the future.
Plagiarism Discussion--Sue Doe September 23, 2008
Reconceptualizing Service Learning in the Context of a Sustainable Campus
Julie Newman, Director of Sustainability, Yale University is the keynote speaker at the Teaching Sustainability through Service-Learning Conference in Fall 2007
The New Faculty Majority: The Emperor Has No Clothes
This presentation was part of the 2011 Campus Equity Week events. It was presented by Dr. Eileen E. Schell of Syracuse University in the TILT Auditorium.
Using Peer Educators to Enhance Critical Thinking
PDI presentation by Heather Landers that discusses how instructors can partner with TILT Learning Programs to address studen needs by using trained peer educators.