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Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence

History

The Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence (FETE) was founded in 1997 by Dr. Ann Stalheim Smith, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar. FETE activities are supported by the Teaching & Learning Center.

 

FETE Mission Statement

The Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence (FETE), under the umbrella of the Teaching & Learning Center is dedicated to the enhancement of teaching and learning at Kansas State University. This mission is accomplished by a committee of colleagues from each college and the Salina campus who work together to create, promote, and implement professional development programming for the campus community. FETE sponsors workshops, presentations, and study groups open to all KSU faculty and graduate students, and led by KSU faculty and experts from other institutions who share their experiences, expertise and passion for enhancing student learning.

FETE Coordinators

Kim Williams and Cathie Lavis (both from Horticulture) are the co-coordinators of the Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence. (Thank you for your service!)
                                                 
                               

kim williams

Kimberly Williams
University Distinguished Teaching 
Scholar
College of Agriculture
Horticulture
FETE Co-Coordinator

Cathie Lavis

Cathie Lavis
College of Agriculture
Horticulture
FETE Co-Coordinator



                                              
 

News & Events

Thank you to everyone who attended S4: Teaching Event, Simple Strategies for Student Success. You made this event a roaring success! Check out presentation photos, videos, downloads, and what people had to say after the event!

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FETE Recommendations and Response to Vision 2025 (PDF)

View some of the great photos from our Spring 2012 "Challenges and Opportunities" Teaching Retreat!