Four faculty fellows helping College of Arts and Sciences on curriculum, assessment, One OHIO
The College of Arts and Sciences announced four faculty fellows that will help the college with curriculum, assessment, and the One OHIO college process development for this academic year.
"We were gratified to see the number of faculty across our departments and campuses who expressed their interest in serving as CAS faculty fellows for the 2022-2023 academic year. We are really excited to continue working collaboratively with our faculty through the CAS Faculty Fellowships, our Inclusive Excellence Committee, and our Faculty Advisory Committee. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have other ideas about how we can partner more effectively across our college to serve our students and communities,” said Sarah Poggione, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Risa Whitson, professor of geography, is the CAS Faculty Fellow for Curriculum in spring 2023. She is helping the college work on curriculum, scheduling, and general education course adaptations. She has extensive experience serving on the College Curriculum Committee and experience with both B.A. and B.S. degrees.
Jeremy Webster, associate professor of English, and Gregory Springer, associate professor of geological sciences, are the CAS Faculty Fellows for Assessment in spring 2023. Springer is working on the development and implementation of annual assessment plans for certificate programs, and Webster is working on reaffirmation of accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission. They both have experience in developing and implementing program assessment of undergraduate majors and graduate programs.
Tony Vinci, associate professor of English, is the CAS Faculty Fellow for One OHIO in Summer 2023. A member of OHIO's Regional Higher Education faculty, he is helping with the college work on reviewing college policies and procedures related to faculty FFL, annual evaluation, promotion, and tenure with a focus on the inclusion of RHE colleagues.