Faculty: 2017 Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work

Jann H. AdamsJann H. Adams, Morehouse College—implementation and outcomes of undergraduate research training, science-based interventions to enhance Ph.D. production for U.S. women, pedagogical interventions to enhance academic outcomes in STEM, leadership development for women and African-American students and faculty 
 

Nancy BudwigNancy Budwig, Clark University—integrative and interdisciplinary learning, facilitating campus leadership for integrative learning, communities of practice, signature work, guided pathways, and learning and developmental sciences.

 

J. Elizabeth ClarkJ. Elizabeth Clark, LaGuardia Community College—e-portfolios, assessment, integrative learning, learning communities, capstone courses, writing programs/writing across the curriculum, signature work, digital futures

 

Ann FerrenAnn Ferren, AAC&U—use of resources/costing-out models, politics and strategy, improving teaching, strengthening curricula, faculty leadership for integrative learning, department-based work

 

Kim FilerKim Filer, Virginia Tech—course-embedded assessment; aligning pedagogy with assessment efforts; rubrics; faculty development; integrative program design; reflective practice approaches to use assessment for learning improvement

 

Rebecca Frost DavisRebecca Frost Davis, St. Edward's University—digital pedagogy; scaffolding digital signature work; collaborative student digital scholarship projects; integrating digital literacies and twenty-first-century skills into the curriculum; building an institutional culture of innovation; faculty/staff development; networked and intercampus learning and teaching projects; virtual collaboration; learning ecosystems

Amy Jessen-MarshallAmy Jessen-Marshall, AAC&U—integrative learning, outcomes based assessment, curriculum development and pedagogy, faculty development, learning communities and organizational change

 

TLS.jpegTerrell Strayhorn, The Ohio State University—student access and achievement, equity and diversity, impact of college on students, and student learning and development

 

 

Hazel SymonetteHazel Symonette, University of Wisconsin-Madison—educational assessment and evaluation, diversity and inclusive excellence, organizational development, improving campus climate, faculty/staff development, cultivating ethical leadership and social justice
 

Richard VazRichard Vaz, Worcester Polytechnic Institute—project-based learning, experiential learning, global learning, interdisciplinary learning, STEM education, assessment, institutional change

 

Dawn Michele WhiteheadDawn Michele Whitehead, AAC&U—course and curriculum internationalization, global learning, global service learning, integration of multicultural and international perspectives, international studies

 

Kathy WolfeKathy Wolfe, Nebraska Wesleyan University—General Education Maps and Markers/LEAP Challenge; guided-pathway curriculum design; integrative learning; curriculum revision processes; leadership for adaptive change; writing across the curriculum