Barke, Dhongde, and Wiedorn Selected as Inaugural Provost’s Teaching and Learning Fellows
Three Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts faculty have been selected to be in the inaugural group of the Provost’s Teaching and Learning Fellows, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning here at Georgia Tech.
They are Richard Barke, associate professor and director of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Public Policy, Shatakshee Dhongde, assistant professor in School of Economics, and Michael Wiedorn, assistant professor of French in the School of Modern Languages.
The Provost’s Teaching and Learning Fellows are part of CTL’s effort to enhance the learning and teaching environment at Georgia Tech by encouraging a fully engaged, sharing community with communication networks, resources, and innovative programs for faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students. The center is part of the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development.
Learn more about the Center for Teaching and Learning here: http://www.ctl.gatech.edu/
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