Advisory Board

2008-2009

Members Departments
Melody Bowdon CAH, English
Jeffery Butler COS, Communication
Rusty Carpenter Writing Center
Ida Cook Senate & COS, Sociology
Lynn Crespo COM, Assistant Dean
Tace Crouse FCTL, Assistant Director
Madi Dogariu BHC, Student Services
Linda Futch CDL, Instructional Specialist
Michael Hampton Interdisciplinary Studies, Director & Professor
Rebecca Hines COE/Child, Family, Community Sciences
Wilfried Iskat RCHM, Lodging & Food Service Operations
Jeffery Kaplan COE, Educational Studies
Ali Korosy CAH, Modern Lang & Literatures
Patti MacKown SDES, Student Rights & Responsibilities
Eric Main FCTL, Instructional Specialist
Ruth Marshall OIR, Director
Lauryn Migenes CBA, Management
Alison Morrison-Shetlar Undergraduate Studies, Vice Provost & Dean
Shelley Park CAH, Philosophy
Charles Reilly CECS, Interim Associate Dean & Professor
Melvin Rogers COHPA, Assistant Dean
Judith Ruland CON, Nursing
Mohtsham Samsam COM, M&M
Meg Scharf Library, Associate Director
John Schell Academic Affairs, Vice Provost
Claudia Schippert CAH, Philosophy
Consuelo Stebbins Internationalization, Assistant Vice President & Professor
Haven Sweet COS, Associate Dean
Lisa Wayte Academic Computing, Assistant Director
Kevin Yee FCTL, Academic Support Coordinator
Amy Zeh Service-Learning, Director

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Terry Thaxton
College of Arts & Humanities Terry Thaxton I am a teacher of creative writing, dedicated to UCF, its students, and our community. My teaching, research, and service converge on writing a rigorous discipline and as an impetus for social change.   My first priority is creating an atmosphere in which students want to learn the craft of writing. I want ...

J. Blake Scott
College of Arts and Sciences J. Blake  Scott Teachingis what sustains me as an academic. It fuels and, in turn, is fueled by myresearch in rhetoric, which emphasizes civic action, and by my communityservice. Some of the hallmarks of service-learning—active learning, problemsolving, critical reflection, and civic engagement—guide my overal...

Rudy McDaniel
College of Arts and Humanities Rudy McDaniel Father Guido Sarducci, a character famously portrayed by comedian Don Novello in the Saturday Night Live sketch The Five Minute University, makes the claim that the average college graduate remembers only five minutes worth of material five years after graduation. Rather than really learning, he says, these stude...