New Experiences for Teaching Fellows

As spring semester was winding down, the current cohort of the Teaching Fellows program had their final meeting April 6.  The program, which began in 1986 and brings together full-time faculty from across campus who are in years two through seven at UD, covered topics ranging from active learning to what it means to teach at a Marianist university.  The range of topics was identified and explored by the Fellows under a new model, in which their development and facilitation of sessions served as the program’s Keystone Experience.

All academic units on campus were represented in the cohort.  Specific departments making up this year’s cohort included: Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Economics & Finance, Engineering Management Systems & Technology, English, History, Intensive English Program, Mathematics, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Philosophy, Teacher Education, and Theatre.  Fellows reported being more aware of helpful campus resources and feeling more connected to colleagues after completing the program. The 2018-19 Teaching Fellows cohort will begin meeting in August.

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