TALE's New Faculty Institute

TALE's New Faculty Institute


 

TALE Faculty Institute

New Faculty Institute participants received professional development money they can apply to conference travel or the purchase of teaching-related materials; a certificate of participation for their portfolios; and Linda Nilson's book, "Teaching at its Best: A Research-Based Resource for College Instructors (3rd edition)." Contact Lisa M. Stallbaumer-Beishline, TALE director, for more information.

BU's New Faculty Institute was sponsored by TALE (Teaching and Learning Enhancement). The institute was a four-day workshop about effective teaching practices. Faculty learned about BU student demographics, syllabi design and content, general education, BOLT basics, bringing diversity to the classroom, and a variety of teaching techniques.

Current BU faculty were actively engaged in sharing their expertise in the workshops and during the Teaching Exchange, a poster session where multiple teaching strategies were shared.

  • Archita Banik, Economics
  • Matt Benander, Math, Statistics and Computer Science
  • George Chavez, Psychology
  • Craig Dalton, EGGS
  • Denise Davidson, Counseling and College Affairs
  • Erven Eryilmaz, ITM
  • Christina Force, BE/ITM
  • Marisa Huerta, Academic Advising
  • Nakul Kumar, Economics
  • Lawrence Kilgus, BE/ITM
  • Candice Klingerman, Biological and Allied Health Sciences
  • Ron Lambert, Art and Art History
  • MaryJo Larcom, Psychology
  • Eric Lesneskie, Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice
  • Erin Militzer, Math, Statistics and Computer Science
  • Alla Myzelev, Art and Art History
  • Phil Rippke, Communication Studies
  • Beth Rogowsky, EC and AE
  • Nancy Schott, Management
  • William Schwindinger, Biological and Allied Health Sciences
  • Loren Selznick, Business Law
  • Hayden Wimmer, ITM