clockwise, starting from bottom left: Deborah A. McAllister, Janetta Flemming,
Jack Thompson, Jane Brower, Karen Adsit, Jeff Rush and Verbie L. Prevost.
Faculty Fellow Master New Classroom Technology
Six UTC faculty members have been selected to explore new ways to integrate
technology into the classroom. The 2002-03 Teaching, Learning and Technology
Faculty Fellows are: Verbie L. Prevost, English; Jack Thompson, Computer
Science; Jeff Rush, Criminal Justice; Deborah A. McAllister, Teacher Preparation
Academy; Janetta Fleming, Teacher Preparation Academy; and Jane Brower,
Teacher Preparation Academy, according to Karen Adsit, Director of the
Walker Teaching Resource Center.
These Faculty Fellows will serve as models to other UTC faculty
on the use of effective teaching and learning strategies,according
In the 2000-2001 Faculty Fellows class, Claire McCullough of Engineering
& Computer Science explored the topicEngaging Underrepresented
Populations in Disciplines. Her research supported the establishment
of a successful summer camp for middle-school girls who are interested
in engineering and computer science careers.
Teaching, Learning and Technology Faculty Fellows are funded by the University
of Chattanooga Foundation, UTC Center of Excellence for Computer Applications
and UTC Walker Teaching Resource Center. The program is open to any full-time
tenure track faculty at UTC.
Each Faculty Fellow receives extra compensation for participation in the
summer Faculty Fellows Institute, course release time in either fall 2002
or spring 2003, and limited funding for library research support. Faculty
members also receive funding for new hardware and software.