LTC Fellows

LTC 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, Fellows have expressed a strong interest in working on particular LTC programs or in developing new initiatives.  All Fellows meet regularly with the LTC Leadership Team and receive logistical and administrative support for their work as well as resources to support projects and programming they lead.

Faculty become Fellows in two ways.  Sometimes faculty approach the LTC on their own, expressing a desire to support an existing program or service or proposing a new initiative they would like to launch with the help of the LTC.  Other times faculty respond directly to a call issued by the LTC for Fellows to support specific emerging university priorities.

Current LTC Fellows include:

Malcolm Daniels (Electrical and Computer Engineering) who works on leadership development of department chairs and Associate Deans.

Caroline Merithew (History) who coordinates the Studio Fellows program.

Kenya Crosson (Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics) who guides faculty development for diversity and inclusion.

Suki Kwon (Art and Design) who guides faculty development for teaching a global student community.

Joel Pruce (Political Science) who guides faculty development for experiential learning.

Kevin Hallinan (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) who guides faculty development for experiential learning

LTC Fellows

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