Recognition of Excellence

Graduate students may earn recognition of excellence in teaching in higher education and have this recognition noted on their transcripts.

The following people have earned the Certificate of Excellence in Teaching Award:

 

Sharon (Seongshin) Kim                                         Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL       2014

Alissa Hooker                                                              Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL       2014

Elizabeth Carney Jeffress Thorsteinson           Department of Psychology                                        2014

Stephanie Dietz                                                           Department of Psychology                                        2014

Melany Chambers                                                      Department of Communication                               2014

Esther Naa Kweiki Malm                                         Department of Psychology                                        2013

Laura Bailey                                                                 Modern & Classical Languages                                 2013

Darby Proctor                                                             Department of Psychology                                        2012

Kaitlyn Ranney                                                           Department of Communication                               2012

Tonia East                                                                     Department of Communication                               2012

T. Randahl Cantua Morris                                      Department of Communication                               2012

Steve Stuglin                                                                Department of Communication                               2011

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Upcoming Events

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1:00 pm Beyond the Buzz: What is Adaptiv... @ Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Beyond the Buzz: What is Adaptiv... @ Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Sep 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Adaptive Learning Professional Development – Session 1 of 4 Georgia State was recently awarded a grant to explore adaptive learning courseware in high enrollment, high DFW courses. The grant provides professional development opportunities to learn… more »
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1:00 pm Mastering Accessibility: The Fac...
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Oct 3 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Mastering Accessibility: The Faculty Role is a four-week, online workshop offered via iCollege. The workshop is divided into four modules. Modules include: Accessible Content is Everyone’s Responsibility Universal Design for Learning Creating Accessible HTML, Word,… more »
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11:00 am The Scholarship of Teaching and ... @ CETL - Atlanta Campus, Library South, Room 100
The Scholarship of Teaching and ... @ CETL - Atlanta Campus, Library South, Room 100
Oct 4 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. What It Is and How To Get Started. @ CETL - Atlanta Campus, Library South, Room 100 |  |  |
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) involves many of the same processes as doing research in most academic disciplines. It starts with asking a question, determining appropriate method/s, collecting and analyzing data, and eventually… more »
2:30 pm Mobilizing Your Lit Review Resea... @ Georgia State University - Atlanta Campus
Mobilizing Your Lit Review Resea... @ Georgia State University - Atlanta Campus
Oct 4 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Writing a literature review can time consuming. Why not conduct research for it on the go with your iPad? In this session, you will learn how to search, browse, collect, organize and annotate journal articles… more »

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