2006-2008 Faculty Fellows

Faculty headshot Megan Alrutz  /  College of Arts and Humanities
Faculty headshot Sue Craig  /  College of Health and Public Affairs
Faculty headshot Mary Ann Eastep  /  College of Health and Public Affairs
Faculty headshot Michael Hampton  /  College of Sciences
Faculty headshot Rosalyn Howard  /  College of Sciences
Faculty headshot Karla Kitalong  /  College of Arts and Humanities
Faculty headshot Dawn Oetjen  /  College of Health and Public Affairs
Faculty headshot Fevzi Okumus  /  Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Faculty headshot Scot Schraufnagel  /  College of Sciences
Faculty headshot Nancy Stanlick  /  College of Arts and Humanities
Faculty headshot Andrew Todd  /  Library

Previous Faculty Fellows

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Jennifer Kent-Walsh
College of Health and Public Affairs Jennifer  Kent-Walsh Goals & Foundational Principles Beyond striving to ensure that students learn the fundamental content of the courses I teach, my objectives as a university teacher are as follows: (a) to foster critical thinking skills; (b) to facilitate the acquisition of lifelong learning skills; (c) to help ...

Farrah M. Cato
College of Arts and Humanities Farrah M.  Cato My teaching has always focused on student-centered classrooms where critical thinking and active engagement are key. This foundation allows me to work on the primary goal of my pedagogy: to teach students how to use their education in the world around them. To this end, I employ a variety of strategies for differe...

Alizera Rahrooh
College of Engineering and Computer Science Alizera   Rahrooh A "teaching philosophy" is a set of general principles used to guide practice. Mine is mostly second hand; some of it is gained by the many good teachers that I encountered in my education and some of it shaped by the insistent and critical students I have taught since first entering a college classroom as an ...