After completing a competitive application process, these instructors will be doing a “deep dive” into their teaching and learning in the coming academic year. Working with Lead TTL Fellow Eric Leonard, each Fellow will be responsible for hosting a professional development session for TTL in the upcoming academic year.
Meet The 2022-23 Fellows
Starting from the top left corner (and going clockwise), this year’s TTL Fellows are:
Aimee Gee (Library): Reflective teaching
Chase Mathison (Arts & Sciences): Modeling / project-based learning
Katerina Petrov (Pharmacy): Interactive patient cases
Deran Whitney (Arts & Sciences): Creating culturally responsive school leaders
Callie Victor (Health Professions): Student feedback
Sharon Simon (Nursing): Restorative justice
For more information about the TTL Fellows program, please email Eric Leonard.
Michael Zimmerman (Arts & Sciences): Problem-based learning
Erika Francis (Health Professions): Gamification of course content
Lynn Rechel (Division of Education & Leadership): Trauma-informed education
Lisa Milman (Division of Education & Leadership): Active learning in the online environment
Carolyn Coulson (Conservatory): De-colonizing the arts
Stephanie Malone (Division of Education & Leadership): Specifications grading
Wendy Carlson (Arts & Sciences): Increasing student self-efficacy / professionalism
Clockwise from top left, the 2020-2021 Transformative Teaching & Learning Fellows are: Associate Professor of Spanish Adela Borrallo-Solís, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Bronwen Landless, M.M.T.; Associate Professor of History and Director of the Public History Certificate Program Ann Denkler, Ph.D.; Director of Civic Engagement Keith Jones Pomeroy; Assistant Professor of Public Health Scott McClure, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Jessica Sudock, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Music Theory Rachel Short, Ph.D.; Professor of Political Science and Henkel Family Chair in International Affairs Eric K. Leonard, Ph.D.; Associate Professor and Chair of Pharmacy Practice Jeremy Fox, Pharm.D.; and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Biology Allyson Degrassi, Ph.D.