Tag Archive: Faculty Fellow

Oct 25

2015-16 Faculty Fellow Dr. Rebecca Dibbs Presents Her Project

2015-16 Faculty Fellow Dr. Rebecca-Anne Dibbs presents Student Mindset Changes in Entry-level Mathematics Courses Date: November 4, 2016, 1:00-1:30 p.m.Location: CFEI Conference Room, Gee Library Suite 173 This presentation will discuss the fellowship study findings in mathematics courses and offer suggestions for helping students adopt a growth mindset throughout their transition to college.

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May 06

Congratulations to the new Faculty Fellows!

Read the news! ——————————————————————————————————————– The Center for Faculty Excellence & Innovation (CFEI) has announced the recipients of the 2016-2017 Faculty Fellowships for Teaching & Learning. The recipients are Dr. Frannie Miller of the Economics & Finance Department, whose project is titled “Lions Network Learning – GIS and Data Visualization,” and Dr. Jacqueline Riley of the …

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Sep 16

Faculty Fellows Announced for 2015-16 Academic Year

Texas A&M University-Commerce’s Pride Online just released this news. http://sites.tamuc.edu/news/faculty-fellows-announced-for-2015-16-academic-year/   Learn more about the CFEI’s Faculty Fellowships and the distinguished Faculty Fellows here.  

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Aug 17

2014-15 Faculty Fellow William Newton presents his project

2014-15 Faculty Fellow William Newton presents "Developing Online Master's Courses for Physics Teachers"

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