ACUE Effective Teaching Program Faculty Participants

Fall 2021 Effective Teaching Practices Cohort

  • Melissa Adams-Campbell, English
  • Brian Bender, Operations Management and Information Systems
  • Susan Bowers, Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Niechen Chen, Industrial and Systems Engineering
  • Michelle Lilly, Psychology
  • Mary Lynn Doherty, Music
  • Joseph Flynn, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Jenn-Terng Gau, Mechanical Engineering
  • Allison Gladfelter, Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
  • Jennifer Gray, Health Studies
  • Quortne Hutchings, Counseling and Higher Education
  • Farah Ishaq, Kinesiology and Physical Education
  • Katy Jaekel, Counseling and Higher Education
  • Jodi Lampi, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Lori Lawson, English
  • Bob LeBeau, Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
  • Jennifer Likeum, Communication
  • Jacqueline Mac, Counseling and Higher Education
  • Manjari Mishra, Biological Sciences
  • Martin Ndicu, Accountancy
  • Linh Nguyen, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Tracy Nunnally, Theatre and Dance
  • Julia Ogg, Psychology
  • Kunal Patel, Health Studies
  • Dawn Rogodzinski, World Languages and Cultures
  • Anitha Saravanan, Nursing
  • Kristen Selig, Nursing
  • Virgil Stoia, Biological Sciences
  • Ann Van Dijk, Art and Design

Spring 2021 Effective Teaching Practices Cohort

  • Rouzbeh Chegeni, Health Studies
  • Gibson Cima, Theatre and Dance
  • Veysel Demir, Electrical Engineering
  • Rachel Donegan, Special and Early Education
  • Wenlian Gao, Finance
  • Lydia Gerzel-Short, Special and Early Education
  • DeAnna Harris-McKoy, Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Lindsey Hawkins, Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Jehan Hill, Counseling and Higher Education
  • Jinhak Kim, Operations Management and Information Systems
  • Venumadhav Korampally, Electrical Engineering
  • Xueying Lu, Physics
  • Andrew Mamo, Law
  • Candace Medina, World Languages and Cultures
  • Jonathon Merritt, Engineering Technology
  • Allison Michaelis, Geographic and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Micah Morton, Anthropology
  • Helen Nagata, Art and Design
  • Marcella Otto, Kinesiology and Physical Education
  • Nicholas Pohlman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Alesha Porisky, Political Science
  • Molly Pasley, Special and Early Education
  • Nahal Salimi, Interdisciplinary Health Professions
  • Kimberly Shotick, University Libraries
  • Thomas Skuzinski, Public Administration
  • Jifu Tan, Mechanical Engineering
  • Lei Zhou, Finance
  • Peitao Zhu, Counseling and Higher Education

Fall 2020 Effective Teaching Practices Cohort

  • Sheila Barrett, Health Studies
  • Pratool Bharti, Computer Science
  • Cynthia Campbell, Educational Technology, Research and Assessment
  • Shondra Clay, School of Interdisciplinary Health Professionals
  • Marcia Cooke, Nursing
  • Jessamine Cooke-Plagwitz, World Languages and Cultures
  • Olivier Devergne, Biological Sciences
  • Mandy Faretta-Stutenberg, World Languages and Cultures
  • Benedito Fonseca, Electrical Engineering
  • Kelly Gross, School of Art and Design
  • Tim Hagen, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Antwan Hampton, Communication
  • Chris Hill, Kinesiology and Physical Education
  • Theodore Hogan, Engineering Technology
  • Yvonne Johnson, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
  • Vera Lind, History
  • Juan Mercado, Nursing
  • Jon Miller, Biological Sciences
  • Shanthi Muthuswamy, Engineering Technology
  • Brian Penkrot, School of Music
  • Charles Pudrith, Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
  • Patrick Roberts, Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
  • Maybell Romero, College of Law
  • Dave Serowka, Kinesiology and Physical Education
  • John Shelton, Mechanical Engineering
  • Robert Sinko, Mechanical Engineering
  • Helena Sivits, Communication
  • Carol Walther, Sociology
  • Ziteng Wang, Industrial and Systems Engineering
  • Rachel Warren, Teacher Preparation and Development
  • Kathy Zeek, English
  • Deborah De Rosa, English

How ACUE Impacts Teaching and Learning

The ACUE Effective Teaching Practices Program is giving NIU faculty tools to implement and support inclusive and innovative teaching.

Contact Us

Center for Innovative
Teaching and Learning

Phone: 815-753-0595

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