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FCTL Selects Leon, Saleh as 2016-17 Faculty Fellows

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Congratulations to Ana Leon, professor of social work, and Suha Saleh, assistant professor of health sciences, on their recent selection as 2016-17 faculty fellows by the UCF Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.

As faculty fellows, Leon and Suha may assist the center by

  • providing support for the winter and summer conference
  • leading or co-leading a Course Innovation Project
  • contributing to Faculty Focus by editing or co-editing a section or issue
  • attending FCTL senior staff meetings and providing input on ongoing initiatives
  • serving as an ex-officio member of the FCTL Advisory Board
  • leading workshops on a variety of topics (e.g., teaching portfolios, classroom management, scholarship of teaching and learning, serving transfer students)
  • working on other FCTL initiatives such as GTA programming, podcasts and videos

Click here to learn more about the FCTL's Faculty Fellows Program.

Ana Leon
Ana Leon, Ph.D.
Suha Saleh
Suha Saleh, Ph.D.
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