Advisory Board

2014-2015

Members Departments
Melody BowdonFaculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Madi DogariuBurnett Honors College
Dennis FillerCollege of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Linda FutchCourses Development and Web Services
Stephen HeglundCollege of Nursing
Elizabeth HoffmanCollege of Education and Human Performance
James HoggRosen College of Hospitality Management
Carolyn HoppCollege of Education and Human Performance
Jasinski JanaGraduate Studies
Travis JewettCollege of Medicine
Pieter KikCollege of Optics and Photonics
Patricia MacKownStudent Development and Enrollment Services
Eric MainFaculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Don MerrittInstructional Resources
Lauryn De GeorgeCollege of Business Administration
Daniel MurpheeCollege of Arts and Humanities
Paula ReynosoRegional Campuses
Miguel RodriguezCollege of Arts and Humanities
Meg ScharfUniversity Libraries
Lisa WayteComputer Services
Larry WestCollege of Health and Public Affairs
Cherie YestrebskyCollege of Sciences
Beth YoungCollege of Arts and Humanities
Amy ZehService Learning
Pavel ZemlianskyCollege of Arts and Humanities

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Carol Bast
College of Health and Public Affairs Carol  Bast Teaching is a multidimensional activity that focuses on learning outcomes and the best methods for achieving those outcomes while measuring student achievement and providing feedback to students. Learning outcomes are directly related to the instructional objectives for a particular class. Al-though I teach...

Christopher Geiger
College of Engineering and Computer Science Christopher Geiger My teaching approach inside and outside the classroom is based on my view that an instructor, in addition to being a supplier of knowledge, is a facilitator of knowledge. In my opinion, an effective teacher should have sound fundamentals and command over the theoretical concepts as well as a broad knowledge beyon...

Arup Guha
College of Engineering and Computer Science Arup  Guha The ultimate goal of any educator should be to enable his/her students to achieve their potential. I attempt to attain this goal through three major techniques: creating a friendly classroom atmosphere, giving challenging and creative assignments and exams, and adapting my courses to the specific students that I h...