HSS Faculty Fellows
UNC Faculty Assessment Fellows
The UNC Faculty Assessment Fellows serve as liaisons between the Assessment Office and their respective colleges. Assessment Fellows provide consultation, guidance, and professional development on program-level assessment of student learning. During their inaugural year in 2011/2012, the Assessment Fellows conducted a listening tour of faculty perceptions regarding assessment and developed and taught workshops on various assessment related topics. In 2012-2013, the Assessment Fellows launched the Assessment Leadership Institute, which provides professional development for faculty teams to develop assessment plans. They continue to serve as consultants and are available to work with individual faculty, programs, and departments. More information on UNC Faculty Assessment Fellows.
HSS Faculty Assessment Fellow, Christine Marston
Chris Marston, associate professor with a joint appointment to the Economics Department and the Social Science Program, is the HSS Assessment Fellow. As the Assessment Fellow, she collaborates with faculty from HSS and across campus regarding their assessment needs. Please feel free to contact Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org or 351-1557) for information regarding assessment resources that are available for your program. Resources available include professional development for writing mission statements, program level student learning outcomes, curriculum maps and other assessment plan components. Chris also welcomes input related to faculty experiences regarding assessment. What has been your assessment story at UNC? She is available for individual or program level consultations.
UNC Faculty Teaching and Learning Fellows
Teaching and Learning Fellows collaborate with staff in the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) to more accurately assess and respond to the needs of faculty in their roles as educators. A major goal of the program is to share the expertise of excellent teachers right here on our campus by facilitating interdisciplinary conversations about what works and what doesn't. To meet this goal, Fellows develop college and campus-wide workshops, and provide one-on-one consultations to faculty in their colleges who would like more targeted advice. Each Fellow also completes an independent research project related to the scholarship of teaching and learning. More information on UNC Faculty Teaching and Learning Fellows.
HSS Faculty Teaching and Learning Fellow, Nancy Matchett
Nancy Matchett, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of UNC's Institute for Professional Ethics, is the HSS Teaching and Learning Fellow for 2012-2013. In addition to pursuing independent projects, she collaborates with fellows from UNC's other colleges and staff at CETL in an effort to support campus faculty in their roles as professional educators. Please contact her (email@example.com; 351-1567) whenever you would like more information about UNC resources to support your instructional activities, have teaching-related needs that are not being met, are looking for new ideas about ways to make teaching more valuable to you and your students, or have success stories, frustrations, or other teaching-related ideas you'd like to communicate. Matchett has specific expertise in teaching critical thinking about values and teaching humanities courses online, but is interested in learning with HSS colleagues about all topics relating to the important work we do the classroom. She is available for one-on-one consultation as well as larger group discussion.