Overview

The Faculty Fellows program reflects the Institute for Teaching Innovation’s commitment to exploring our focus areas with the faculty body, including exemplary pedagogy, technology-infused instruction, outcome-based assessment, inclusive teaching techniques, faculty research and scholarship, and faculty wellness. Besides serving on the ITI Advisory Committee, Faculty Fellows engage the campus body year-round in programming specific to their focus area and serve as a resource to the faculty body.

 

Program Guidelines

  1. All Faculty Fellows will represent one of the following ITI focus areas:
    1. exemplary pedagogy,
    2. technology-infused instruction,
    3. outcome-based assessment,
    4. inclusive teaching techniques,
    5. faculty research and scholarship,
    6. faculty wellness, and
    7. scholarship of teaching and learning.
  2. All Faculty Fellows will serve on the ITI Advisory Committee, in which:
    1. The committee meets monthly, September through May, and
    2. Members assist in at least one ITI event per year.
  3. All Faculty Fellows will host at least one large event or 3 small workshops about their focus area during the academic year they are selected to serve, in which they are required to assist in the marketing of that event and create take-away whitepapers.
  4. All Faculty Fellows will serve as a resource to the faculty body.
  5. All Faculty Fellows agree on specific fellowship requirements in collaboration with the ITI Director. This may include specific kinds of programming or developing particular resources.
  6. All Faculty Fellows will receive a $2000 stipend.
    1. $1000 will be awarded in December providing at least 1/3 of the agreed upon requirements have been completed.
    2. $1000 will be awarded in May providing all the agreed upon requirements have been completed.

2018-2019 ITI Faculty Fellows

Tina Bampton, PhD, Faculty, Liberal Arts and Christopher Jarmark, Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts

Tina Bampton, PhD, Faculty, Liberal Arts and Christopher Jarmark, Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts

Faculty Fellows for Exemplary Pedagogy

In their Exemplary Pedagogy Fellowship, Tina Bampton, PhD, Faculty, Liberal Arts and Christopher Jarmark, Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts, hosted a successful Development Day in August 2019 focused on Gen Z and they will also be following that event with a series of blog posts throughout the year for the ITI blog and newsletters. All faculty fellows serve on the ITI Advisory Committee and are asked to compose a take-away whitepaper regarding their area of fellowship.

Martin Kelly, PhD, Associate Professor, Biology

Martin Kelly, PhD, Associate Professor, Biology

Faculty Fellow for Exemplary Pedagogy

In his Exemplary Pedagogy Fellowship, Martin Kelly, Associate Professor of Biology, will deliver XX in the 2018-2019 academic year. All faculty fellows serve on the ITI Advisory Committee and are asked to compose a take-away whitepaper regarding their area of fellowship.

Susan Kowalewski, MBA, EDM, PHD, Professor, Business

Susan Kowalewski, MBA, EDM, PHD, Professor, Business

Faculty Fellow for Faculty Research & Scholarship

In her Faculty Research & Scholarship Fellowship, Susan Kowalewski, MBA, EDM, PHD, Professor of Business, will develop 5-7 presentations regarding promotion, reappointment, and tenure; work with  the ITI to develop an online resource site on the D’Youville website specifically for faculty/administrators; develop an orientation presentation related to tenure would also be developed and will develop faculty brown-bags for 1) developing a dossier for Year 1 reappointment, 2) session for Department Personnel Committees, 3) Chair Session, 4) electronic dossier in the 2018-2019 academic year. All faculty fellows serve on the ITI Advisory Committee and are asked to compose a take-away whitepaper regarding their area of fellowship.

Past Faculty Fellows

  • Lauren Clay, PhD, MPH (’18-19) Faculty Fellow for Inclusive Teaching Strategies

  • Mark Garrison, PhD (’18-19) Faculty Fellow for Faculty Research & Scholarship

  • David Stewart, PhD and Stacy Ruvio, PhD (’18-19) Faculty Fellows for Scholarship of Teaching & Learning