Congratulations to faculty members Associate Prof. Clif Ganyard (History, Humanities) and Prof. Michelle McQuade Dewhirst (Music) for being selected to represent UW-Green Bay as 2022–23 UW System Wisconsin Teaching Scholars! Each year, two faculty or teaching academic staff from each UW System campus are chosen through a competitive application process to participate in this unique professional development opportunity. Program participants engage in a year-long fellowship with other UW instructors who have expressed interest in exploring research-based teaching practices. With the support and guidance of their colleagues, participants also develop a project related to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). This year the program will have a special emphasis on equity, diversity, and inclusivity in teaching and learning. Both by applying and being selected to participate, Professors Ganyard and McQuade Dewhirst have demonstrated their deep commitment to becoming more inclusive, scholarly, and effective instructors.
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9 Jan, 2020