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CITI names 2018-19 faculty fellows

C.G. O'Kelly Library, home of the Center for Innovative and Transformative Instruction.

Winston-Salem State University’s Center for Innovative and Transformative Information (CITI) has announced its 2018-19 faculty fellows.

  • Phil Timcheck, nursing, will support excellence in teaching in Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) by providing evidence-based course and teaching methods.
  • Chinyu Wu, occupational therapy, will bring her expertise in instructional technology and online teaching to CITI to help increase the use of web tools in classrooms.
  • Cecile Yancu, sociology, will focus on team teaching and other innovative pedagogies to enhance teaching and learning at WSSU.

These one-year fellowships support faculty who are interested in helping other faculty to improve their teaching and learning practices. 

CITI is an inclusive, supportive and collaborative common area for faculty, staff and administrators to pursue innovative and transformation in higher education teaching and learning. For more information, please visit http://www.wssu.edu/citi.

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