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Social Justice Faculty Fellows (SJFF)

 

The Social Justice Faculty Fellows program is designed to identify promising faculty members who are interested in deepening their understanding of social justice through a series of faculty development programs. Fellows are required to teach one section of the First Year Seminar course and undergo three faculty development workshops on social justice teaching and learning techniques. Additionally, the Fellows are provided an iPad for the academic year and a modest faculty development budget to augment their fellowship experience. The SJFF are also paired with a peer mentor called an "Orientation Guide" that will serve as a teaching assistant in the First Year Seminar course. The inaugural SJFF class consists of the following professors:

 

Dr. Betty Brown, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Cynthia Burroughs, Associate Professor of Biology

Professor Shannon Clowney, Associate Professor of English

Dr. Kriste Flowers, Assistant Professor of Business

Professor Bruce James, Assistant Professor of Business

Dr. Nastassia Jones, Assistant Professor of Biology

Dr. Lia Steel, Associate Professor of English 

Dr. Robert Walker, Assistant Professor of Biology



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