Organization and Staff

Organization

The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning is a unit in the Teaching and Learning Division of Academic Affairs.

Staff

Ann Miller Eric Main Amber Mullens

Ann Miller
Interim Director
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Eric Main
Associate Director
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Amber Mullens
Administrative Services Coordinator
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Julie Donnelly Landon Berry William Dorner

Julie Donnelly
Post-Doctoral Scholar
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Landon Berry
Post-Doctoral Scholar
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William Dorner
Instructional Technology Coordinator
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Kris Hestad Marie Brache Chelsea Hilding

Kris Hestad
Senior Computer Specialist
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Marie Brache
Graphic Design Assistant
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Chelsea Hilding
Office Assistant
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Alexandra Eugster Nicole Garson Dawn Wright

Alexandra Eugster
Research Assistant


Nicole Garson
Research Assistant
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Autumn Wright
Research Assistant


 

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