The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning honored 27 Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients and 13 Foundations Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients at our spring ceremony on Friday, May 5, 2017 in the Pius Library Level 2 Gallery
Adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Dr. Chad Huddleston, began the ceremony by sharing a reflection on teaching with the recipients, friends, and family in attendance. You can listen to the recording of his reflection here:
This semester’s Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients are Rabyah Alanazi, Brittney Bauer, Leamon Bazil, Robert Bodor, Amber Eischen, Alicia Flach, Jatinderpal Gosal, Erica Holbrook, Michelle Jaques, Clark Johnson, Ilwoo Ju, Nicole Koopman, Kayla Kostelecky, Kathryn Krupsky, Allison Kunerth, Yang Li, Hayford Nsiah, Priya Parikh, LaTrina Parker, Benjamin Peet, Eleanor Peters Bergquist, Scott Salomone, Avni Shah, Anokhi Shah, Neil Shaw, Lorinette Wirth, and Tyler Zahrli. The recipients of the Foundations Certificate are Saleh Alanazi, Isabella Cova, Jason Chen, Joseph Eisner, Savitri Grover, Scott A. Hessel, Krista Hyde, Anne M. Ilvarsonn, Mitchell Lorenz, Cassy S. McCandless, Taehwan Park, Ashaki D. Patel, and Tesa Rigel Hines.
The requirements for the Certificate in University Teaching Skills are themselves learning experiences that help participants to make deliberate and intentional choices about teaching. Friday’s ceremony acknowledged the time and commitment these participants gave to earning one of the Certificates. We also celebrated the dedication to teaching and learning shown by those faculty members who served as teaching mentors to the certificate recipients.
For more information about our certificates visit https://www.slu.edu/cttl/certificate-program/certificate-in-university-teaching-skills-overview.php.