FAES 1100 Survey Class

Welcome to FAES 1100: Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Survey Course

Draft Schedule

Date

Lecture (L) or Recitation (R)

Title, Presenters

Overview

August 20, 2018

L, 4-H Center

Pre-convocation

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

  • Attend pre-convocation activities at 4-H Center; set semester goals

August 22 or 24, 2018

R, Unit building (check Carmen)

Unit introductions

  • Meet with unit representatives to learn about the program, space, resources, etc.

August 27, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Transition and Goal Setting: Students will consider the challenges and opportunities associated with transitioning to college.

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams

  • The W-Curve
  • Academic challenges/concerns

 

 

August 29 or 31, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Charting Your Academic Journey: Students will review the degree audit system in order to build 1st year plan and consider a long-term academic plan.

Ben Carignan, Paul Heimberger, Peer Mentors

  • Degree audit overview
  • Degree audit group activity/challenge
  • The power of the elective
  • Thinking globally about your experience

September 3, 2018

No class

Labor Day

 

September 5 or 7, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Personal Learning Style: Students will consider their personal learning/leadership style.

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

 

  • MBTI/Strengths
  • Cultural/individual comparisons (how could my strengths make working with someone with complementary/competing strengths more challenging)
  • Group strengths mapping based on case study

September 10, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Diversity + Social Awareness: Students will consider their individual identity and varying perspectives based on lived experiences.

Pamela Thomas

  • Unconscious Bias
  • Respect, civility, engaging with others
  • Diversity vs Justice
  • Privilege beads
  • “Calling In: Strategies for Cultivating Humility and Critical Thinking in Antiracism Education”

September 12 or 14, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Diversity + Social Awareness: continued

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

  • Identity Forced Choice exercise

September 17, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Health, Wellness, and Safety: Students will consider the 9 dimensions of wellness and the health/wellness of the people around them.

Student Wellness Center

  • Bystander intervention/strategies
  • Alcohol/drug education consent

September 19 or 21, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Critical and Ethical Thinking: Students will learn about institutional conduct policies while considering how cultural/ethnic/community background influence perspective.

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

  • The Alligator example
  • Discuss how time management (or lack of time) may influence student’s conduct choices/time planning activity

September 24, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Global Conversations: Students will consider cultural intelligence and high-impact activities that can help develop cultural awareness/knowledge.

Kelly Newlon, Defei Shen

  • Education Abroad/Global Option overview
  • Facilitated activity/experience around Cultural Intelligence

September 26 or 28, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Global Conversations: continued

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

  • Cultural Values inventory
  • Implicit Bias overview focused on cultural/ethnic difference

October 1, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Finances: Students will consider short and long term budgeting and ways to reduce loans (scholarship).

Pat Whittington

  • Merit scholarship overview
  • Benefits/insurance discussion

 

October 3 or 5, 2018

Recitation

Animal Science 210 OR Ag Admin 108

Scarlet and Gray Financial presentation; Dennis Learning Center: Academic Coaching option.

Krista Scott, Sarah Williams, Peer Mentors

  • Short term budgeting (semester)
  • Long term budgeting

October 8, 2018

Lecture

Kottman 103

Class wrap-up: bringing it all together, preparing for next semester; Final presentations due – present in class.

  • Review of lessons learned
  • Buckeyelink help
  • Peer mentor groups present (randomly selected) on opportunities at OSU. 5-minute presentation in class or prepared video to show in class. Cannot be a student club/organization.

7W2

October 15, 2018

UNITS

Second 7 weeks with your major unit. Check your schedules!

Locations:

AEDECON – AA0108

AGSYSMT, CONSYSM – HT0164

ANIMSCI, MEATSCI – KH0103

COMLDR – AA0246

ENTMLGY, HCS, PLNTPTH – KH0333

FDSCTE – AS0202

 

For questions regarding the survey class, contant Sarah Williams(.4263)