Educational Development Team
We engage, support, and empower Auburn’s academic community in each phase of the scholarly teaching and transformative learning process. We offer innovative resources and practical programming to promote faculty success.
Dr. Lindsay Doukopoulos, Associate Director
Dr. Doukopoulos taught at the college level for 10 years before her work as a faculty developer.
Her Scholarship of Teaching and Learning publications and presentations focus on leveraging mobile technology to facilitate team and culture based learning, gamification, and team-tech projects that facilitate information literacy. Her teaching expertise includes experiential, active, and team-based learning in small and large lecture formats and inclusive teaching practices and learning through diversity. Her research interests include instructional technologies and the used of digital artifacts of learning (badging, ePortfolios) to enhance integrated learning and reflective practice for students and faculty.
For Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) questions and consultation requests, please contact Lindsay at email@example.com.
Killian Perry, Administrator of Academic Programs
Killian provides a wide variety of administrative support to the Biggio Center’s diverse units and is responsible for office and project support duties and tasks.
For office administration, compensation, or grant questions, please contact Killian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JoAnn Grier, Coordinator, Academic Programs
JoAnn provides a wide variety of administrative support to the Biggio Center’s diverse units and is responsible for office and project support duties and tasks.
Edward Ballester, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Edward works with the Assistant Director to create teaching materials for the online Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) course, conduct teaching consultations, and leads a Faculty Learning Community for GTAs.
For Preparing Future Faculty (PFF), consultation requests, and information on his Faculty Learning Community, please contact Edward at
Katie Burdine, Student Assistant
Katie assists the coordinator with various administrative tasks for the Biggio Center to ensure the smooth operation of Biggio’s daily activities.
Last modified: August 2, 2020