Pegasus Professors

2009-2010
Michael Georgiopoulos College of Engineering and Computer Science
Jennifer Platt College of Education
Shin-Tson Wu College of Optics and Photonics

2008 - 2009
Eduardo Salas College of Sciences/Division of Research and Commercialization
Mary Lou Sole College of Nursing

2007 - 2008
Arlen F. Chase College of Sciences
Charles E. Hughes College of Engineering and Computer Science
Marty Wanielista College of Engineering and Computer Science

2006 - 2007
Karen Dow Meneses College of Nursing
Mubarak Shah College of Engineering and Computer Science

2005 - 2006
Michael C. Hynes College of Education

2004 - 2005
Henry Daniell College of Medicine

2003 - 2004
Diane Z. Chase Division of Academic Affairs
Eric Van Stryland College of Sciences

2002 - 2003
Llewellyn M. Ehrhart College of Sciences

2001 - 2002
Peter J. Delfyett Jr. College of Optics and Photonics
Jose B. Fernandez College of Arts and Humanities

2000 - 2001
Charles D. Dziuban College of Education
 

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Pamela Barton Roush
College of Business Administration Pamela Barton   Roush My philosophy is to inspire students to want to learn by providing interesting, challenging and fair learning opportunities. The university classroom should be a forum for discussion to promote critical thinking and communication through the blending of concepts and reality. Students should experience the ana...

Carlos Valdez
College of Business Administration Carlos  Valdez I believe about teaching that it is a way to change the world. A course can be a small action but with great impact in students' lives if the course creates the appropriate learning environment where the students learn not only the theory but also how to apply it in real world scenarios. I studied communications ...

Lindsay Neuberger
College of Sciences Lindsay   Neuberger As an instructor I use four specific pedagogical techniques to encourage an engaged environment: 1) remain organized, 2) develop examples connecting course content to salient student situations, 3) align course concepts with employment opportunities, and 4) be available to students. Organization may seem like ...