The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning’s Advisory Board, comprised of appointed faculty members from across campus and a graduate student representative, works with the Center’s leadership to guide the mission and work of the Center. The board plays a critical role in selecting grant recipients, building new programs, and answering important questions about existing initiatives. Together, they embody the mission of the Center.
Pericles Lewis, Vice President for Global Strategy, Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives, and Douglas Tracy Smith Professor of Comparative Literature, serves as Chair of the Advisory Board. Jennifer Frederick, Executive Director of the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, and Lucas Swineford, Executive Director of Digital Education at the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, also serve on the board.
|Last Name||First Name||Title|
|Ahn||Woo-Kyoung||Professor of Psychology|
|Brantley||Jessica||Professor of English|
|Fernandez-Duque||Eduardo||Professor of Anthropology|
|Gladney||Larry||Phyllis Wallace Dean of Diversity and Faculty Development in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences; Professor of Physics|
|Hall||John||Senior Lecturer in Mathematics|
|Hazari||Nilay||Professor of Chemistry|
|Polak||Benjamin||William C. Brainard Professor of Economics|
|Schwartz||Michael||Associate Professor of Neuroscience; Associate Dean for Curriculum at the School of Medicine|
|Slanski||Kathryn||Senior Lecturer in Humanities and in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations|
|Zimmerman||Julie||Professor of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Professor of and Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, School of the Environment, and Professor of Epidemiology|