Advisory Board

2010-2011

Members Departments
Andrea Berry COM, Faculty Devlopment
Melody Bowdon FCTL, Director
Jason Burrell CAH, Art
Madi Dogariu BHC, Student Services
Linda Futch CDL, Instructional Specialist
Christopher Geiger CECS, Industrial Engineering & FCTL Fellow
Michael Hampton Interdisciplinary Studies, Director & Professor
Tadayuki Hara Tourism, Events and Attractions (Interim Chair)
Rebecca Hines CED, Child, Family & Community Sciences and Regional Campuses
Alisha Janowsky COS, Psychology & FCTL Fellow
Anna Jones CAH, English & FCTL Fellow
Jeffrey Kaplan CED, Teaching and Learning Principles
Ali Korosy CAH, Modern Languages & Literatures
Bernard Mackey Pre-Professional Advising, Director
Patti MacKown SDES, Student Rights & Responsibilities
Eric Main FCTL, Assistant Director
Don Merritt OIR, Coordinator
Lauryn Migenes CBA, Management
Joyce Nutta CED Teaching and Learning Principles & FCTL Fellow
Charles Reilly CECS, Interim Associate Dean
Melvin Rogers COHPA, Associate Dean
Judith Ruland CON, Nursing
Mohtasham Samsam COM, M&M
Meg Scharf Library, Associate Director
Consuelo Stebbins Internationalization, Assistant Vice President & Professor
Terry Thaxton CAH, English & FCTL Fellow
Pam Thomas COS, Biology & FCTL Fellow
Elliot Vittes Undergraduate Studies, Director
Linda Walters COS, Biology & FCTL Fellow
Elizabeth Wardle CAH, English and Writing Programs
Lisa Wayte Academic Computing, Assistant Director
Diane Wink CON, Nursing
Kevin Yee FCTL, Assistant Director
Beth Young CAH, Writing and Rhetoric & FCTL Fellow
Amy Zeh Service-Learning, Director

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Lindee Owens
College of Arts and Humanities Lindee  Owens Over the years, some things about my teaching have not changed. I always work hard to make that introduction to college relevant and rigorous. I badger and affirm students confident enough to question and volunteer, and use collaborative learning when a group’s strength cushions the personal risk that ac...

Ann Marie Whyte
College of Business Administration Ann Marie   Whyte Consistent with my goal of becoming a more effective educator, my teaching style has evolved considerably over the years. I recognize that students learn in a variety of ways, and I seek to create a rich environment that is conducive to student learning. During the spring and summer semesters, I typically t...

Kristen Schellhase
College of Health & Public Affairs Kristen Schellhase Be Prepared Plan lectures, labs and exams well in advance. The more organized the educator is, the more organized the student can be. The class syllabus should have a deliberate direction. All assignments should lead to further understanding of the material. Preparation includes making sure that the direction and...