Dr. Luis Cárcamo-Huechante elected to Society for Teaching Excellence
Posted: September 25, 2011
The School of Undergraduate Studies, with the Academy of Distinguished Teachers, launched the Society for Teaching Excellence this fall. Their purpose is to sustain a fellowship of newer faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching and to provide them regular opportunities for discussion and interaction with members of the Academy of Distinguished Teachers. Each Academy member and each chair of a department is invited each year to nominate one assistant professor who has demonstrated an early commitment to teaching. Nominations of first-semester faculty are invited. Maintaining membership in the Society requires participation in at least one Academy sponsored event each semester. Terms are two years with the possibility of renewal. For more information, please visit their site.
You can view a list of the new members here.