What I will remember most about my time as Board of Governors' Teaching Chair and as an active part of the Teaching Centre was how the work gave me a new ]perspective on the campus as a whole. My project was the development and piloting of a first-year experience course (Liberal Education 2850). This course was designed as part of the campus-wide Recruitment and Retention Project, and its goals included producing a student cohort, introducing liberal education and highlighting services to support academic success. Dan Kazakoff (Dhillon School of Business) and I successfully applied for Teaching Development Fund support for the class. Planning and organizing the course included focus group meetings with staff and faculty members from across the campus. I learned so much about the campus and the people who work here, including many who receive little or no recognition for their support of our core mission. The focus of the course is mapping as a metaphor for exploring and coming to be an active citizen of the campus community. I know that having the opportunity to organize and offer the course in spring 2013 made me a better citizen as I came to know and participate in the campus more fully. More than 15 instructors from across faculties at the University of Lethbridge contributed lectures, and staff from Facilities, Counseling Services, the Health Centre, the Cash Office, Scholarship and Finance, the USLU, the Learning Strategist, Advising, the Applied and Coop Offices all helped too. I couldn’t have taught this course without Tyler Heaton and Brad Reamsbottom and the support of the entire Teaching Centre.