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Faculty Fellows

Faculty Development Fellows

The Learning Teaching Center (LTC) Faculty Development Fellows for Experiential Learning (EL) work with the Director of Experiential Learning, the Advisory Group, and the LTC Leadership Team to build faculty communities of practice around topics such as EL reflection, assessment, and advising. Using their extensive knowledge, expertise, and creativity, as well as a unique transdisciplinary approach, the fellows engage University of Dayton faculty in the development of high-impact EL opportunities for students.

LTC Faculty Fellows are full-time faculty with a strong desire to promote learning and teaching across campus. Committed to the principles and goals of servant leadership, Faculty Fellows meet regularly with the LTC Leadership Team and receive logistical and administrative support for the services and programs they create and/or deliver. LTC Faculty Fellows may also serve on relevant university committees.

Joel Pruce

Faculty Fellow for Experiential Learning, Political Science

As a teacher in the area of Human Rights Studies, experiential learning provides the opportunity to get me and my students out of the classroom to engage with people whose lives shape the very meaning of our subject study.
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Kevin Hallinan

Faculty Fellow for Experiential Learning, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace

The importance of Experiential Learning in engineering is that it offers an effective way for true understanding and retention of engineering fundamentals.
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Kenya Crosson

Faculty Development Fellow for Diversity & Inclusion, Civil & Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

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Suki Kwon

Faculty Development Fellow for Teaching a Global Student Community, Art & Design

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Spring 2018: Experiential Learning Reading and Design Group

Facilitated by LTC Faculty Development Fellows for Experiential Learning Kevin Hallinan, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Joel Pruce, Political Science

This group will focus on reading book chapters and/or journal articles that talk about foundations of EL and EL innovations in higher education.  Participants will also have the opportunity to learn some useful tips for integrating EL in their courses, and the group will also be a space for generating and sharing ideas about pedagogy and curriculum design. Dates: 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/9

Click here to register for Experiential Learning reading group.

Week 1 Reading (2/2):

What is EL? Ryerson Report

Office of Experiential Learning: 6 Step Guide for EL Practitioners at UD

Week 2 Reading (2/9):

Designing an EL experience: An EL Model of Faculty Development to Improve Teaching

Week 3 Reading (2/16):

Workshop: Syllabi and programs to incorporate and develop EL ideas

Week 4 Reading (2/23):

Transdiciplinary Definition (From IACT)

Integrating the Disciplines

Self-Efficacy for Cross-Diciplinary Learning

Week 5 Reading (3/9):

Analyzing UD Student's EL Reflections - Karen Velasquez

Spring 2018: DIVErsity & INclusion drop-in Sessions

Could you use some help in making your teaching practice more inclusive?  Join us for bi-monthly DIVErsity & INclusion drop-in sessions for faculty and staff to come by for consultations, information, and resources for inclusive teaching.  These sessions will be hosted by LTC Faculty Development Fellows Kenya Crosson and Suki Kwon.  No need to register -- just come by at your convenience! 

All sessions are 3:30-4:15 pm on the following Wednesdays:  
January 31 in KU 311
February 7 in KU 312
February 21 in KU 312
March 7 in LTC Meeting Space 028
March 21 in KU 211
April 11 in LTC Meeting Space 028 

Contact Kenya Crosson ( or Suki Kwon ( for more information


The Office of Experiential Learning

Roesch Library
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469