CNDLS Collaborators Recognized with Teaching Awards

At this spring's Faculty Convocation, three professors who have worked with CNDLS in various capacities were recognized with the Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Veronica Salles-Reese (Spanish and Portuguese) has been experimenting with technology in her teaching for years, including course blogs. You can read about her "Living Archive" project here. Jennifer Fink (English) was part of a team of faculty who received an Assessment Grant to develop models for a Capstone Project for the M.A. in English. She was also a summer participant in last year's Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Institute (TLISI). Sylvia Önder (Anthropology, Arabic and Islamic Studies)  has worked with CNDLS on many projects over the years, most recently as a Doyle Faculty Fellow (2010-11) and as a TLT Fellow  (2011-12). Find out more about her collaboration with Gallaudet University's Thomas Horejes and his sociology students on her TLT profile.  More about Veronica, Jennifer, and Sylvia can be found in the Georgetown News article about the awards.  Please join us in congratulating them on this well-deserved accolade!

Congratulations to Sylvia Önder, Veronica Salles-Reese, and Jennifer Fink!

At this spring’s Faculty Convocation, three professors who have worked with CNDLS in various capacities were recognized with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Veronica Salles-Reese (Spanish and Portuguese) has been experimenting with technology in her teaching for years, including course blogs. You can read about her “Living Archive” project here.

Jennifer Fink (English) was part of a team of faculty who received an Assessment Grant to develop models for a Capstone Project for the M.A. in English. She was also a summer participant in last year’s Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Institute (TLISI).

Sylvia Önder (Anthropology, Arabic and Islamic Studies)  has worked with CNDLS on many projects over the years, most recently as a Doyle Faculty Fellow (2010-11) and as a TLT Fellow  (2011-12). Find out more about her collaboration with Gallaudet University’s Thomas Horejes and his sociology students on her TLT profile

More about Veronica, Jennifer, and Sylvia can be found in the Georgetown News article about the awards.  Please join us in congratulating them on this well-deserved accolade!