Acting Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Acting Director
Faculty Associate Director
Donald Saucier, university distinguished teaching scholar and professor of psychological sciences, was selected as faculty associate director of the Teaching and Learning Center effective July 1, 2019. Saucier is responsible for overseeing current and new programs for faculty development, facilitating the College Teaching course and the GTA Development monthly series, and working with faculty to improve teaching across the university.
His numerous awards and honors include the Putting Students First Award for Outstanding Service to Students, University Distinguished Faculty Award for Mentoring of Undergraduate Students in Research, William L. Stamey Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award from the College of Arts and Sciences, Commerce Bank Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, Dr. Ron and Rae Iman Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching, College of Arts and Sciences Ronald N. Gaches Undergraduate Teaching Award, Presidential Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Teaching Resource Prize.
Jackie supports the Center by coordinating the office, teacher evaluation processing, and special events. She has been with the university since 1989.
Tamara is an instructor in the Staley School of Leadership Studies and the program coordinator for New Faculty Institute.
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Ashley is the GTA for EDCI 943: Principles of College Teaching. She is also a doctoral student in Social-Personality Psychology.
Graduate Research Assistant
Noah is the GRA for the Teaching and Learning Center. He also studies Social-Personality Psychology and is a GTA within the department of Psychological Sciences.