Faculty Showcase 2005: Posters

 

Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Stephanie Vie
College of Arts & Humanities Stephanie  Vie No matter the class I teach, rhetoric serves as our foundation. Rhetorical literacy - which I define as an individual's ability to critically analyze a communication situation and best select from the available communicative strategies - is my pedagogical touchstone. To focus on rhetorical literacy, I ask students...

Ann Gleig
College of Arts and Humanities Ann  Gleig At the heart of my teaching philosophy is the conviction that teaching is a vocation in the original sense of its Latin root, vocare, a summoning to a particular type of service; in this instance, the call to nurture the full development of the individual within a scho...

Aubrey Jewett
College of Sciences Aubrey Jewett Active learning fosters academic success and critical thinking. When students take part in the learning process they learn more, retain more, and think more than when operating in the passive mode. Thus whether analyzing pressing public policy questions, performing statistical analysis on data to investigate a res...