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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Edwardo Divo
College of Engineering and Computer Science Edwardo  Divo During my relatively long career as an educator in the field of engineering, I have come to realize that a Teaching Philosophy is a product of an evolutionary process that adapts to many different circumstances and that it transcends borders and even language barriers. My philosophy begins by placing myse...

Tosha Dupras
College of Sciences Tosha  Dupras The goal of my teaching, and center of my teaching philosophy, is active learning. One of my ultimate objectives in teaching is to facilitate learning by helping students to gain the necessary skills to take control of and become active participants in their own learning. I truly believe that knowledge gained thro...

Patricia Angley
College of Arts and Humanities Patricia    Angley Interaction with my students motivates me to find different and innovative classroom techniques, methods, and challenges to keep them engaged with their learning. I try to listen to them, hear what they know and don't know so that we can make meaning together as we read and interpret diverse and difficult text...