2017 - Challenging Gateway Courses

Co-funded by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction and the Center for Teaching and Learning, the 2017 cohort of the CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching will focus on methodologies and practices for those teaching challenging gateway courses.  The activities for this program will begin in March 2017 and conclude in December 2017.  Questions regarding this program should be directed to Assistant Director for Faculty Development, Meg Mittelstadt (megan.mittelstadt@uga.edu).

Goals

The goals of the 2017 CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching included the following:

Program Overview

The 2017 CTL Fellows for Innovative Teaching program will include the following activities and events:

Selection Process

Faculty teaching challenging gateway courses were selected to participate in this program.  Selected faculty received a letter of invitation to participate:

Tessa Andrews, Genetics
Swati Bhandarkar, Accounting
Brian Drake, History
Amanda Farmer, Accounting
Kimberly Grantham, Marketing
Douglas Jackson, Chemistry
Kris McWhite, Economics
Vladimir Popik, Chemistry