Advisory Board

2004-2005

Members Departments
Melody Bowdon English
Arlen Chase Faculty Senate, Chair
Sabatino DiBernardo Religion, Philosophy & Humanities, Brevard Campus Representative
Patricia Crawford COE, Assistant Professor
Stacey Dunn Psychology
Taylor Ellis CBA, Associate Dean
Cheryl Green COHPA, Social Work
Kathy Hohenleitner FCTL/CAS, Senior Faculty Fellow
Stephen Holmes Criminal Justice, COHPA Assistant Dean
Marilyn Holmquist College Of Business Administration
Cynthia Hutchinson Educational Studies
Jeffrey Kaplan Educational Studies, Daytona Campus Representative
Ali Korosy Foreign Languages & Literatures, Instructor
J. Stephen Lytle COHPA, Health Services Administration, Large Classes Fellow
Eric Main FCTL, Instructional Specialist
Ruth Marshall Office of Instructional Resources, Director
Debby Mitchell Teaching and Learning Principles
Alison Morrison-Shetlar FCTL, Director
Jamal Nayfeh CECS, Associate Dean
Uzo Oneyemelukwe Civil & Environmental Engineering
Peter Ricci Hospitality
Meg Scharf Library, Associate Director
John Schell Academic Affairs, Dean of Undergraduate Studies & Assist Vice President
Consuelo Stebbins Foreign Languages & Literatures, Chair
Dale Voorhees Center for Distributed Learning, Assistant Director
Lisa Wayte Academic Computing Support, Computer Services, Assistant Director
Judy Welch School of Accounting
Beth Young English, University Writing Center

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Karen Verkler
College of Education Karen  Verkler I have been an educator in several disciplines. However, it is my opinion that content area instruction is of secondary importance. Of utmost importance is the establishment of a caring, positive learning environment in which students are encouraged to believe in themselves and to demonstrate self-respect and re...

Mary Tripp
College of Sciences Mary  Tripp In school, I believed that good writing was a “gift” for a chosen few, and I wasn’t one of the chosen. After many years, I realized that becoming a good writer is a struggle for everyone. Like learning to write, learning to teach is also a struggle for everyone. Good teaching is not a “gift” for a chosen few—good ...

Sean Robb
College of Business Administration Sean Robb I believe that every day my students should leave the classroom having felt the value of preparing for, attending, and participating in class. One way I try to achieve this is by conveying my enthusiasm for teaching and learning. I believe that enthusiasm is infectious and that it can stimulate interest in a topic...