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Our mission at the Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of San Francisco is to celebrate, support and help develop excellent teaching across the university, at all stages of a faculty member's career. The CTE recognizes USF faculty as its best and richest resource.
We are guided by three hubs as we develop our activities and programs.
- Building a sense of community among teaching faculty
- Presenting opportunities for faculty to enhance and enrich their teaching practice
- Using technology to enhance student learning
When developing new activities, or resources, we always keep in mind the following principles.
- We foster conversation among faculty across disciplines, across schools, and at all stages of their careers.
- Participation is voluntary.
- Participation is confidential. We do not report faculty participation in CTE programs to any administrators. We will provide documentation to any faculty member who requests it.
- The Center does not evaluate teaching for the purposes of tenure and promotion.
- The Center evolves to meet real faculty needs.
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The CTE is run by a small group of faculty and staff. Critical to our success is the Steering Committee that provides feedback and helps initiate new programming.
CTE Faculty & Staff
We are composed of two Co-Directors, one Associate Director, and a Program Assistant.
- Mathew Mitchell
Education, Learning & Instruction. Co-Director CTE
- Rhonda Magee
Law. Co-Director, CTE 2012-14
- Tracy Seeley (sabbatical)
Arts & Sciences, English. Co-Director, CTE
- Susan Prion
Nursing. Associate Director, CTE 2013-2015
- Heather Doshay
CTE Steering Committee
The CTE Steering Committee comprises representatives from each school, the Library, adjunct faculty, and the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT). Members currently serve two-year terms and are nominated by their respective Deans. Additionally, winners of the University Distinguished Teaching Award are invited to join the committee for one year following their award.
- Araujo, Arturo
Arts & Sciences, Art + Architecture, 2013-2015
- Capitelli, Sarah
Education, Teacher Education, 2013-2015
- Conroy-McCue, Debra
Nursing, adjunct, 2012-2014
- DeBourgh, Greg
- Gilgan, Amy
- Hamrick, Jeff
- Jung, EJ
Arts & Sciences, Computer Sciences, 2012-2014
- Rafael, Mark
Arts & Sciences, Performing Arts, adjunct, 2013-2015
- Travis, Michelle