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The Bart Cardon Academy for Teaching Excellence
Goal: To promote, recognize, discuss and celebrate teaching excellence, toward the goal of the continual improvement of the College academic programs.
Mission: The Academy affirms that teaching is a significant intellectual/scholarly activity, and will help advance models of teaching that foster deep and lasting understanding by students. Members of the Academy will provide a variety of services to the teaching mission of the College, including sponsoring teaching workshops, mentoring new faculty and Teaching Assistants, promoting and evaluating recipients of teaching awards, and generally providing guidance to faculty interested in improving their teaching effectiveness. In addition, Academy members will be asked to provide guidance to the Office of Academic Programs on faculty development and curriculum by providing advocacy, service and advice on teaching matters.
Membership: The inaugural class of six members was chosen from College faculty who have won national, regional, university or major College awards for teaching excellence, and has provided extraordinary service to the teaching mission of the College. New members will be elected to the academy by current members, with no more than six new members being admitted in any given year.
|Bart Cardon Fellows (Current Fellows)|
|Randy Burd||Administration Buildingemail@example.com|
|Matt Mars||Saguaro Hallfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mitch McClaran||Biological Sciences Eastemail@example.com|
|Robert Torres||Saguaro Hallfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Paul Wilson||McClelland Park||304Gemail@example.com|
|Bart Cardon Fellows (Fellow Emeritus)|