Transformative Teaching & Learning (TTL) welcomes our adjunct/part-time faculty. Adjunct/part-time faculty contribute to the university community, and their professional experience and scholarly expertise is greatly valued. The JFA webpage is designed to provide adjunct/part-time faculty with current information related to orientation, professional development, and support services.
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- For information related to adjunct faculty categories, definitions, salaries, benefits, teaching loads, voting privileges, evaluations, and advancements in rank refer to Section 4.6 of the Faculty Handbook.
- Human Resources Onboarding Information
- Identification Cards
- Organizational Chart
- Parking & Parking Passes
- Academic Calendar
- Bookstore Textbook Order Form (look for an email from the below address several months in advance of a new semester)
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Canvas Resources
- Class Rosters & Grading
- Classroom Technology Needs
- Urgent Classroom Technology Needs – Call 540-665-4551
- Course Destinations – Determine the Type of Course You Are Teaching
- Course Syllabus Template
- Institutional Computing (IC) Information – Getting Started Guide
- Office of the Registrar – Final Exam Schedule
- Distance Education Resources
- SU Acronym Cheat Sheet
- Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT): CTLT provides a variety of support for faculty in both their work in the classroom and their professional development.
- Academic Computing Technology (ACT): ACT designs, maintains, and supports media for university-wide events and classroom technology.
- Transformative Teaching and Learning (TTL): TTL supports initiatives and programs in advising, pedagogy, instructional technology and instructional design in cooperation with the Faculty Senate and departments across the university.
- Institutional Computing (IC) :
- Email email@example.com or call 540-665-5555
- Learning Support Services:
- Student Support Services: Student Support Services implements tutoring programs, study skills courses, services for students with disabilities, and academic counseling.
- Math Enrichment Center: The Math Enrichment Center offers free math tutoring in all disciplines in a variety of formats.
- Writing Center: The Writing Center offers free one-to-one writing instruction in all disciplines in a variety of formats.
- University Libraries Faculty Information: The University Libraries develop, organize, and enable access to quality collections; provide information services; and engage in teaching, research, and service.
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Adjunct Advisory Council 2021-22
Judi Greathouse, Ed.D.
College of Arts & Sciences, Extended and Distance Learning
Judi Greathouse, Ed. D. is the Supervisor for Gifted Services and Libraries for Frederick County (VA) Public Schools (FCPS) and Adjunct Professor for Shenandoah University in the College of Arts & Sciences, Extended and Distance Learning. Dr. Greathouse earned her B.S. in Elementary Education from Radford University, her M. A. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, her gifted endorsement from the University of Virginia, and her Doctor of Administrative Leadership with an emphasis in Curricular Leadership from Shenandoah University.
What really brings a smile to Dr. Greathouse’s face is spending time with family.
Paula J. Malachias, Ed.D.
College of Arts & Sciences, Education & Leadership
Transformative Teaching & Learning
Paula J. Malachias is an Adjunct Associate Professor for the Division of Education & Leadership and the Adjunct Faculty Outreach Coordinator for TTL. She earned her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and teaches Research Literacy and Quantitative Research Design courses. Her research interests include mathematics education, adult learning, and the use of technology in education.
Amanda Tintaya, M.A.
College of Arts & Sciences
Office of Student Development & Leadership
Amanda Tintaya is a full-time staff member at Shenandoah in the Office of Student Leadership and Development and an adjunct faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences. Amanda has been an adjunct instructor for General Psychology at Shenandoah for two years. Amanda holds a M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management as well as a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish. Amanda is passionate about pursuing non-traditional teaching methods and providing inclusive, safe learning environments.
Danielle Webster, MPH, CHES
School of Health Professions
Danielle Henderson, MPH, CHES received her Master of Public Health with a focus in Behavioral Science and Health Education from Emory University in 2015. She spent three years working in healthcare and education as a program evaluator and data analyst before venturing into the world of academia. As a professor, Danielle likes to integrate technology into the classroom to help students apply concepts to real world scenarios.
Danielle is passionate about health and wellness and was inspired to pursue a career in public health because of its focus on prevention. In her spare time, Danielle enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, being outdoors, and listening to podcasts.
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