The Isenberg Teaching Fellows Program recognizes outstanding faculty for their creative and effective use of educational technologies in course design and delivery. Recipients of this recognition possess a demonstrated record of creatively employing pedagogically appropriate solutions to the opportunities created by as well as the challenges posed when incorporating educational technologies into all types of courses, whether delivered face-to-face, online, or in some hybrid combination. The ultimate goal of the program is to improve student engagement, academic performance, and retention.
I am very pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of Isenberg Teaching Fellows, whose work will be particularly important as we navigate the nearer term challenges posed by COVID-19. Please congratulate this group of outstanding instructors:
Melissa Baker, HTM
Susan Boyer, TSS
Robert Nakosteen, OIM
Shirley Schmerling, OIM
Pam Trafford, Accounting
Duration of Fellowship: June 1 – May 31
Selection Process: 1st Year – Selected by Dean; Thereafter – Nomination or Self-Nomination
Teaching with Digital Technology Award
Student-nominated awards for instructors who have used digital technology to improve teaching and learning at Isenberg. The goal is to recognize instructors for their innovations and give the Isenberg community the opportunity to further learn from their practices.