Dr. Diane E. Boyd, Director
Dr. Boyd has over 20 years of teaching experience with students and faculty at a range of institutions. Her Scholarship of Teaching and Learning publications focus on course re-design for significant learning, amplifying learner motivation, and Threshold Concepts in teaching and learning. Her educational development expertise includes interdisciplinary teaching, leadership development in higher education, eLearning, and incorporating technology in teaching.
For specific questions related to teaching and learning pedagogy, please contact Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Lindsay Doukopoulos, Assistant 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.
Dr. Allen Furr, Faculty Fellow for Transformational Leadership & Professor
Dr. Furr brings more than 12 years of experience as a departmental leader, serving as the chair of the Department of Sociology at the University of Louisville and the chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at Auburn University. He provides ongoing support to department leaders by enhancing faculty development opportunities and engaging Auburn’s academic leaders in a constructive dialogue designed to support best practices relative to the institution’s strategic initiatives. His leadership development expertise includes an article on leadership issues forthcoming in The Department Chair and presentations at national conferences on academic management.
For departmental leadership support and leadership chair workshop information, please contact Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Wiebke Kuhn, Learning Spaces and Faculty Development Coordinator
Dr. Kuhn taught at a college level for 10 years and provided departmental IT management before her work as a faculty developer. She oversees the new Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library and evaluates formal and informal learning spaces across campus. In addition to her classroom design work, she helps faculty think through teaching and student learning for the Engaged Active Student Learning (EASL) spaces that she manages.
For Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library or EASL questions, please contact Wiebke at email@example.com.
Betsy Gilbertson, Instructional Designer
Betsy works with faculty to incorporate active and engaged learning into online classes, transition traditional classes to the online space, and provides one-on-one consultation sessions for faculty and GTAs related to online course design.
For questions related to online course design, please contact Betsy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marisa Rodriguez, Communications and Marketing Specialist
Marisa creates communications, marketing, and promotional materials to represent the Biggio Center’s diverse units to the Auburn University campus as well as manages internal communications for the Biggio Center team.
Mallory Porch, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Mallory works with the Assistant Director to teach Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) and conduct teaching consultations.
For Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) and consultation requests, please contact Mallory at email@example.com.
Sterling Waits, Graphic Design Student Employee
Sterling works with the Communications and Marketing Specialist to create print and digital media components to support the marketing and communication efforts.
Last modified: October 20, 2017