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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Enrique del Barco
College of Sciences Enrique del Barco Teaching at all levels is the most satisfying consequence of my responsibilities as a faculty member at UCF. I am strongly dedicated to the education of young men and women in all aspects related with my scientific background. I am of the firm opinion that modern societies require a better understanding of the mec...

Drew Noble Lanier
College of Sciences Drew Noble Lanier Students retain more course material when they are active learners. Employing a mixture of lecture and the Socratic Method communicates the course’s basic concepts and ideas, while assessing student comprehension.Students will retain more of the course material if it is relevant to them. I frequently offe...

Ann Gleig
College of Arts and Humanities Ann  Gleig At the heart of my teaching philosophy is the conviction that teaching is a vocation in the original sense of its Latin root, vocare, a summoning to a particular type of service; in this instance, the call to nurture the full development of the individual within a scho...