2019-2020 Faculty Fellows in support of Faculty Development

We understand that making connections and building relationships with other faculty can be an important path to your teaching success. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) wants to provide a mechanism to easily get that support to you in a variety of ways. We want to create opportunities for dialogue and reflection about teaching, foster a sense of faculty community, and provide tangible advice and guidance that can help promote a culture of pedagogical excellence at Marquette University.

 The CTL will offer this 2019-2020 academic year one-on-one or group consultations with your fellow faculty that focus on teaching-related needs you may have.  We will offer walk-in office hours at the CTL for quick questions you may have about your teaching practice. Consultations, either in-person or by appointment, can be about any teaching-related questions; however, below are the most common needs of faculty:

  • General course design
  • Syllabus (re)design 
  • Student feedback/MOCES
  • Classroom observations
  • Teaching philosophy statements
  • Scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL)
  • Ignatian pedagogy
  • Group work
  • Classroom management
  • Student engagement techniques
  • Educational technology
  • Inclusive teaching
  • Community engagement within your class
  • Service learning 

 

WALK-IN HOURS (CTL, Raynor Library R326C):

  Elizabeth Gibes                                                Mondays:  3-5PM

  Deirdre Dempsey                                             Tuesdays:  1-3PM

  Laurieann Klockow                                          Wednesdays:  1:30-3PM

  Melissa Shew                                                    Thursdays:  12:30-2:30PM

  Ed de St. Aubin                                                 Fridays:  8-10AM

Please contact the CTL to make an appointment.  We will do our best to match you with a faculty fellow that has expertise in your area of need.  You may also consider reviewing the following faculty fellow pages to determine if a particular person might meet your needs.