Kendall Center

Monday, July 13, 2009 (Around 5 years ago)

The Kendall Center continues to grow and evolve. We say good-bye to Laura Behling and thank her for her years of outstanding work with the Kendall Center. This year, four Faculty Associates join the director, Barbara Fister, to continue existing and develop new opportunities for faculty to enhance their teaching and scholarly and creative work.

Julie Gilbert (Library) is leading the scholarship of teaching and learning program. Brandy Russell (Chemistry) continues as the faculty associate for undergraduate research. Barbara Fister (Library) will again serve as the faculty associate for student learning outcomes, and Paul Saulnier (Physics) will serve as faculty associate for new faculty programming.

We welcome your ideas and input in these areas, as well as suggestions for new areas of faculty development.

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