This year the Teaching Academy inducted ten Future Faculty Partners (FFPS) and sixteen Fellows — and also recognized Dr. David Baum as this year’s recipient of the Distinguished Fellow award for his service to the Teaching Academy. The induction ceremony occurred after another successful Teaching Academy Winter retreat. We welcome the new members into the Teaching Academy and look forward future collaborations with them. Please encourage your peers to self-nominate or others to nominate a person for their dedication to excellence in teaching and learning!
Fellows: Tim Dalby, Division of Continuing Studies, Patrick Hills-Meyer, Department of Kinesiology, Angela Kita, Biomolecular Chemistry, Peter G. Adamczyk, Mechanical Engineering, Courtney Seidel, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Lindy K. Stoll, Department of Chemistry, Karen Skibba, Division of Continuing Studies, Claudia Irene Calderón, Department of Horticulture, Anya Nesterchouk, Program in ESL, CREECA, Kristin Dalby, Language Institute, Barry Van Veen, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia L. Snyder, Physician Assistant Program, SMPH, Andy Garbacz, Educational Psychology, Eric Carlsson, History, Arganthael Berson, Mechanical Engineering, Lesley Bartlett, Education Policy Studies
Future Faculty Partners: Jun Wang, Department of Engineering Physics, Anna Meier, Political Science, Carlos Andrés Rojas, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Erin Gangstad, Department of Communication Arts, Anna Kowalkowski, Surgery, SMPH, Mirva Johnson, Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic, Nicole Fischer, Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic, Mary Dueñas, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, Stephanie McCullough Campbell, School Psychology, Martin Kimathi Muthee, African Cultural Studies