Tag: UW System Teaching Fellows

Clarification on Garcia, Staudinger and UW System Teaching Fellows and Scholars

Congratulations are still in order for Adolfo Garcia, associate professor of Information and Computing Science, and Alison Staudinger, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, who have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s 2014-15 participants in the UW System Teaching Scholars and Fellows programs. The blurb we shared yesterday, however, erroneously stated that both faculty members […]

Garcia and Staudinger are UW System Teaching Scholars/Fellows for 2014-15

Congratulations are in order for Adolfo Garcia, associate professor of Information and Computing Science, and Alison Staudinger, assistant professor of Democracy and Justice Studies, who have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s 2014-15 representatives in the UW System Teaching Scholars and Teaching Fellows programs, respectively. The twin programs are sponsored by the UW System Office of Professional […]

Voelker, Martin report that UW System faculty-development effort pays off

Associate Profs. David Voelker (Humanistic Studies and History) and Ryan Martin (Human Development and Psychology) are the authors of a major study evaluating the impact of the decade-old Wisconsin Teaching Fellows & Scholars program. The program is the signature professional development offering of the UW System’s Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID). For their […]

Voelker earns statewide role as co-director of Wisconsin Teaching Fellows/Scholars

Congratulations to UW-Green Bay Prof. David Voelker, Humanistic Studies and History, newly appointed co-director of the Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars program. The announcement was made this week by La Vonne J. Cornell-Swanson, a senior academic planner and director of the UW System’s Office of Professional and Instructional Development, or OPID. Voelker currently serves as […]

Boswell and Bansal are UW System Teaching Fellows

Congratulations are in order for Caroline Boswell, assistant professor of Humanistic Studies, and Gaurav Bansal, assistant professor of Business Administration, who have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s 2013-14 UW System Teaching Fellows. The program is sponsored by the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) to give teachers with two to six years experience […]

Reminders: Deadlines approaching for various CATL, WTFS, etc offers

• Teaching Enhancement Grant Proposals – Monetary support for professional development activities or projects that will enhance a faculty member’s teaching skills or result in the development of innovative teaching strategies. Due: October 19, 2012 • Wisconsin Teaching Fellows & Scholars (WTFS) Program for 2013-14 – This program is sponsored by the UW System Office […]

Haynie honored with selection to direct UW System teaching project

UW-Green Bay Prof. Aeron Haynie learned Monday she has been appointed a co-director of this state’s signature faculty-development initiative: the Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars program. Haynie and Cyndie Kernahan of UW-River Falls will head up the program, which is sponsored by OPID, the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development. The program affords […]

Levintova, Martin are UW System Teaching Fellows

Congratulations are in order for Katia Levintova, assistant professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Christopher Martin, assistant professor of Humanistic Studies, who have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s 2012-13 UW System Teaching Fellows. The program is sponsored by the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) to give teachers with two to six […]