The Reinert Center is pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of STEM Teaching Fellows.
The primary purpose of the STEM Teaching Fellowship is to enhance Reinert Center offerings, resources, and support for SLU faculty teaching in STEM disciplines. The experience of serving as a STEM Teaching Fellow provides SLU faculty with formal experience in educational development as fellows help to advance evidence-based teaching in STEM courses by designing and leading workshops, conducting one-on-one consultations, and contributing to the Reinert Center’s digital resources. In addition to other fellowship activities, fellows will be in limited residence in the Reinert Center providing office hours each week to consult with instructors about their teaching.
The 2019-20 STEM Teaching Fellows are:
Asmira Alagic, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry
Philip Huling, Ph.D., Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Scott Sell, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering Program; Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology
Faculty in this role work with Reinert Center staff during one academic year beginning in the fall semester; the call for applications for the following academic year opens in late spring. For more information about the fellowship, please visit the STEM Teaching Fellowship page.