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

Click here for the requirements.

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all-day Creating a Welcoming Online Envi...
Creating a Welcoming Online Envi...
Aug 31 – Sep 14 all-day
This online faculty mini-course will help both seasoned and not-so-seasoned online faculty create an easy-to-navigate virtual space. We will explore ways to encourage collegiality, openness, community building, and a sense of shared journey. Our online… more »
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Hosting Class Sessions in a Virt...
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Virtual class sessions can be just as engaging as face-to-face classes. This course will provide tips, tricks, and best practices connected to hosting dynamic and productive virtual class environments. Our online faculty mini-courses are two-week… more »
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all-day Creating Online Instructional Co...
Creating Online Instructional Co...
Sep 14 – Sep 28 all-day
In this course, we’ll discuss how to find, adapt, and create well-designed content that will engage students in online and hybrid courses. We’ll outline fundamental design principles and suggest tools and techniques that we think… more »
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Virtual Collaboration and Commun...
Sep 14 – Sep 28 all-day
Do you like to promote rich conversations in your face-to-face class or have students engage in collaborative problem solving? Do you worry that taking your class online means sacrificing these fruitful interactions? Good news! It… more »

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