2003-2005 Faculty Fellows

Faculty headshot Debby Mitchell  /  College of Education
Faculty headshot Cynthia Hutchinson  /  College of Education
Faculty headshot Ozo Onyemelukwe  /  College of Engineering and Computer Science
Faculty headshot Peter Ricci  /  Rosen School of Hospitality
Faculty headshot Stacey Dunn  /  College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty headshot Melody Bowdon  /  College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty headshot Terri Fine  /  College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty headshot Sabintino DiBernardo  /  College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty headshot Bette Tallen    
Faculty headshot Jay Brophy  /  College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty headshot Robert Pennington  /  College of Business Administration

Previous Faculty Fellows

This archive lists previous Faculty Fellows by year at the Faculty Center.

 

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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...

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...

Melissa Frye
College of Business Administration Melissa Frye Today’s workplace offers new challenges to students — the options are wider, the demands are greater, and the workplace is less structured. To be successful, students will need to meet the challenges of this type of working environment. A teacher is the guide who helps them prepare to meet these challe...