Organization and Staff

Organization

The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning is a unit in the Teaching and Learning Division of Academic Affairs.

Staff

Melody Bowdon Ann Miller Eric Main

Melody Bowdon
Interim Assistant Vice Provost, DTL
Associate Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies
Executive Director, FCTL
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Ann Miller
Interim Director
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Eric Main
Associate Director
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Anna Turner Julie Donnelly Landon Berry

Anna Turner
Instructional Specialist
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Julie Donnelly
Post-Doctoral Scholar
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Landon Berry
Post-Doctoral Scholar
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William Dorner Amber Mullens Chelsea Hilding

William Dorner
Instructional Technology Coordinator
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Amber Mullens
Administrative Services Coordinator
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Chelsea Hilding
Office Assistant
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Kris Hestad Marie Brache Dawn Wright

Kris Hestad
Senior Computer Specialist
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Marie Brache
Graphic Design Assistant
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Dawn Wright
Research Assistant


Nicole Garson    

Nicole Garson
Research Assistant
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Alice Noblin
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Barry Mauer
College of Arts and Sciences Barry   Mauer A university does not just teach salable skills. It should do that, but more importantly it teaches methods that lead to self-knowledge, critical thinking, citizenship--defined in its broadest sense as responsibility for one's locality, state, nation, and globe--and literacy, which is the ability to read and w...

Kristin Congdon
College of Arts and Humanities Kristin  Congdon Because I teach about art, film, aesthetics, and the humanities (with a focus on visual art), I feel blessed by having disciplines that make it easy for me to capture the attention of my audience. Everyone who can see, and even those who visualize only in their mind’s eye, can become engaged with ...