The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) Advisory Board serves in a voluntary capacity to assist the Center’s Director in addressing the development needs of Grand View full- and part-time faculty members, leading to improved student learning. The Board’s assistance is requested to:
Guide long-term planning for CETL and its role at Grand View, including addressing issues such as the Center’s mission, goals, and strategies.
Identify and prioritize major teaching and learning needs and opportunities across the university; suggest ways for CETL programs, services, and resources to address these issues.
Serve as advocates and liaisons for CETL within colleges/units and the broader university community.
Provide direction on assessment of CETL’s effectiveness and review results; strategize about ways to build on strengths and address challenges.
Advise on teaching and learning programs, policy issues, and other faculty development initiatives.
Members of the Advisory Board include:
Dr. Paul Brooke, Professor of English
Dr. Josh Call, Associate Professor of English
Dr. Idit Hazan, Professor of Biology
Mr. Steve Snyder, Professor of Humanities
Ms. Cyndi Wiley, Assistant Professor of Art and Design
Ms. Jennifer Ulie-Wells, Assistant Professor of Education
Dr. Kevin Gannon, Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Professor of History
Ms. Pam Christoffers, Special Assistant to the Provost
Ms. Karly Good, Instructional Technology Specialist, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Ms. Pam Rees, Director of the Library
Dr. Patty Williams, Dean for Graduate and Adult Programs