Center for Teaching Learning Faculty Fellows Program


The Faculty Fellows Program recognizes exemplary teachers who are  selected to share strategies, insights, and techniques that have earned them recognition as effective teachers. Faculty Fellows provide leadership and guidance by facilitating constructive conversations, workshops, and individual consultations.  Faculty hold these prestigious positions for three consecutive semesters and they are renewable.


Peer nomination
Center for Teaching and Learning invitation

Please email if you would like to be a CTL  Faculty Fellow or if you would like to nominate a colleague. 

Faculty Fellows for 2020-2021 with salient areas of expertise:

Karl Bailey (

Effective teaching strategies based on cognitive science research, developing models, exploring alternatives, high-tech teaching, scholarship of teaching.

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Anthony Bosman (

Current trends in higher education pedagogy, effective teaching strategies, alternative models, high-tech teaching, cool tools.

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Vanessa Corredera (

Diversity and inclusion, effective teaching strategies, engaging teaching in large-classes.

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Tammy Shilling (

Student engagement, assessment, curriculum development, alternatives to tests, group projects.

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Ingrid Slikkers (

Trauma informed education, effective teaching in diverse classrooms.

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Cedric Vine (

Assessment, curriculum development, teaching languages online (or other courses which require writing in real-time).

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