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2021-2022 IDEATE Faculty Fellows Honored


Date:   11/22/2021

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The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has announced this year’s IDEATE Faculty Fellows, and five faculty members from the IDEATE community are honored for their commitment and enthusiasm to conduct excellent Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research.

2021-2022 IDEATE Faculty Fellows Honored

The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has announced this year’s IDEATE Faculty Fellows, and five faculty members from the IDEATE community are honored for their commitment and enthusiasm to conduct excellent Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research. The IDEATE Faculty Fellows Program is designated for highly-motivated faculty who are dedicated to the improvement of teaching and learning at Texas A&M University to design, conduct, and disseminate cutting-edge SoTL research. 

The IDEATE Faculty Fellows Program is created, coordinated, and managed by the Interdisciplinary Design for Empowerment and Agency through the Learning Sciences Lab (IDEALS Lab) through CTE. It provides funding to the members of the Innovation and Design for Exploration and Analysis in Teaching Excellence (IDEATE) community, which was created in January, 2020 and consists of faculty members from various disciplines. Members in the IDEATE community are invited to apply for the program every academic year. After a rigorous evaluation process, 5 selected faculty members become Faculty Fellows and each receive a grant to further engage in SoTL research.

 

The 2021-2022 IDEATE Faculty Fellows are:

  • Tamara Carter, College of Science, Department of Mathematics

  • Tazim Jamal, College of Agriculture, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences

  • Robert Lightfoot, College of Engineering, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

  • Sushil Paudyal, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Animal Science

  • Shawna Thomas, College of Engineering, Department of Computer Science & Engineering


 
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