Meet the Provost's Teaching Fellows

Provost's Teaching Fellows will work together to advance excellence and innovation in teaching and learning at UT Austin. In October 2013, Provost Gregory L. Fenves appointed twenty leading faculty innovators as Provost's Teaching Fellows. Fellows were selected based on their demonstrated quality of teaching, leadership abiliies, and record of service to the University community.

2013 Provost's Senior Teaching Fellows

Carl Blyth Department of French and Italian, College of Liberal Arts    
Ruth Buskirk Biology Instructional Office, College of Natural Sciences 
Pat Davis College of Pharmacy
Samuel Gosling Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts
Martha Hilley School of Music, College of Fine Arts
Diane Schallert Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education
Michael Starbird Department of Mathematics, College of Natural Sciences
Lori Holleran Steiker School of Social Work
Mary Steinhardt Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education

2013 Provost's Teaching Fellows and projects

Brian Bremen Department of English, College of Liberal Arts Graduate Student Training and Support in Lower-Division Literature Classes
Keith Brown Department of Finance, Red McCombs School of Business Peer Evaluation of Teaching: Policy and Process
Carol Delville School of Nursing Transforming Health Professional Education through Collaborative Inter-professional Learning
Jennifer Ebbeler Department of Classics, College of Liberal Arts Identifying Successful Student Learning Strategies in Online and Blended Classrooms
Michael Mackert Department of Advertising, College of Communication Health Communication Scholars Program
Richard Neptune Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering Integrating Computational Techniques in the Engineering Curriculum
Penne Restad Department of History, College of Liberal Arts Transforming the Classroom: Engaging Faculty Step-by-Step
Michael Scott Department of Computer Science, College of Natural Sciences

CS Studio: Teaching Introductory Programming to at Risk Students in a Small Class Structure

Catherine Stacy Division of Statistics & Scientific Computation, College of Natural Sciences Foundations of Data Analysis:  A Transformative Dual-Credit Course to Prepare
Texas Seniors to Succeed in Higher Education
Sean Theriault Department of Government, College of Liberal Arts COLA's Teaching Mentor Program
David Vanden Bout Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences

Data Driven Course Design:  Differentiation of Chemistry Concept Retention between Standard and Hybrid Courses