Faculty Governance

Faculty Teaching and Learning Center Advisory Committee (FTLCAC)

The Faculty Teaching and Learning Center Advisory Committee (FTLCAC) was set up in January 1997 to provide advice on the policies, direction, and performance of the Faculty Teaching and Learning Center. It serves as liaison between the campus community and the Center's director, establishes grant funding priorities, and reviews applications for teaching renewal and development grants. Among other responsibilities, the committee annually evaluates the effectiveness of the director and the center's activities.  

Proposed Teaching Effectiveness Language and Rationale

 

2013-2014   Faculty Teaching & Learning Center Advisory Committee Members

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 
   Vandana Pednekar-Magal (COM) (2016)
   Janel-Pettes-Guikema (MLL) (2015)
  Peter Riemersma (GEO) (2014)

   Darren Walhof (PLS) (2014)

  
Seidman College of Business
    Vijay Gondhalekar (2015) (alt. B. Bettinghaus)

College of Community and Public Service
    Michael Scantlebury (HTM) (2014)

College of Education 
    David Bair (2014)

Padnos College of Engineering and Computing
   Scott Grissom (2014) 

College of Health Professions 
    Cynthia Grapczynski (2015)

Kirkhof College of Nursing
    Barb Hooper (2016) (alt. S. Mlynarczyk)

Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies
    Sarah King (2014)


University Libraries
    Kyle Felker (2014) CHAIR

Pew Faculty Teaching & Learning Center Representative     
      Christine Rener, Director
      Kurt Ellenberger, Associate Director, Grants

Student Senate Representative
       
 Vacant 

Ex Officio Representative
Matthew Roberts, Information Technology

 



*Composition: The FTLCAC is composed of four members from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and one from each of the remaining colleges, and one from the library.  One student selected by the Student Senate.  The Director and Assistant Director of the Pew Faculty Teaching & Learning Center, ex officio, non-voting. 
Term:  Faculty members serve for three years.

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