About the CTE

About the Center for Teaching Excellence

 

 

 

 

 

 

The CTE Executive Committee is a group of faculty devoted to assisting ALL LCCC faculty with training and professional development through:

  • planning on-campus activities related to teaching and learning,
  • sharing information about conferences and professional development opportunities related to pedagogy, and
  • exploring ways to share teaching interests and expertise with colleagues.

All faculty are encouraged to join the CTE Executive Committee.

Spring 2013 meetings are scheduled on February 18, March 11 and April 15 (the 3rd Monday of each month) from 3:00-3:45 PM in room LC 233 in the Mike and Barbara Bass Library/Community Resource Center.

 CTE Executive Committee, 2012-2013

Members

Responsibilities 

Vince Granito

Co-Chair, Professional Development Co-Coordinator, SS&HS

Aimee Dickinson

Co-Chair, Coordinator of Enhancement Redesign Projects, SS&HS

Susan Paul  

Coordinator of Innovative Projects, Library

Jennifer Kukis

Professional Development Co-Coordinator, SS&HS

Claudia Lubaski 

Newsletter Editor, Business

Mike Zellers

Open Courseware Projects, Business

Melinda Miller

Staff Assistant, CTE Liaison, Recorder, Website, Newsletter Assistant

Division Representatives    

Iona Abraham

Arts & Humanities    

Heather Bubnick

Science & Math

Dee Gross

Arts & Humanities

Bethany Geiger

Academic Foundations

Chris Sheetz

Library/Community Resource Center

Dorinda Smith

Social Science & Human Services

Marilyn Valentino

Arts & Humanities

Aaron Weiss

Academic Foundations

 

 

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