Advisory Board


Members Departments
Haiyan Bai Education and Human Sciences
Corinne Bishop Information Literacy & Outreach
Melody Bowdon Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Madi Dogariu Student Services
Ahmad Elshennaway Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
Linda Futch Instructional Design Team
Stephen Heglund Nursing
James Hogg Tourism, Events, and Attractions
Carolyn Hopp School of Teaching, Learning and Leadership
Travis Jewett Biomedical Sciences
Jim Katt Communication
Alice Korosy Modern Languages and Literatures
John Lynxwiler Cocoa
Amelia Lyons History
Bernard Mackey Office of Pre-Professional Advising
Patricia MacKown Student Rights and Responsibilities
Eric Main Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Martha Marinara Writing and Rhetoric
Jack McGuire Dean's Office
Don Merritt Instructional Resources
Lauryn Migenes Management
Paula Reynoso Valencia West
Margaret Scharf Administrative Office
Elliot Vittes Undergraduate Studies
Lisa Wayte Computer Services and Telecommunications
Susan Wegmann School of Teaching, Learning and Leadership
Larry West Health Management and Informatics
Kevin Yee Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Cherie Yestrebsky Chemistry
Beth Young Writing and Rhetoric
Amy Zeh Service Learning
Pavel Zemliansky University Writing Center

Other Years


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Mary Tripp
College of Sciences Mary  Tripp In school, I believed that good writing was a “gift” for a chosen few, and I wasn’t one of the chosen. After many years, I realized that becoming a good writer is a struggle for everyone. Like learning to write, learning to teach is also a struggle for everyone. Good teaching is not a “gift” for a chosen few—good ...

Christopher Parkinson
College of Sciences Christopher   Parkinson As a hyperactive, quickly bored child, I presented a sizable challenge to my teachers. Conventional teaching methods did not work with me, but if given a problem to solve, I spent many hours and tried many strategies in my attempts to figure it out. My reluctance to use conventional learning styles then became an ...

Robert Borgon
College of Medicine Robert  Borgon Teaching is a learning experience, and effectively engaging and inspiring students is a skill that must be continuously developed. An effective educator must be passionate about their field, as the energy brought into the classroom can engage, energize, and motivate students. Teachers must also be willing to l...