FLP co-director Joan Middendorf takes part in an annual FLP reception held at the conclusion of the 2-week FLP seminar.

FLP co-director David Pace reflects on the progress of the FLP seminar.

FLP co-director Jennifer Meta Robinson.


Joan Middendorf

Co-director of Faculty Learning Community, Associate Director of Campus Instructional Consulting (CIC). With a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University, she has taught faculty and instructors at IU to assess and improve their teaching by presenting workshops, observing classroom teaching, and collaborating on course development and testing procedures. She has traveled to South Africa several times to train staff at universities and in the health care field to adapt their teaching to an influx of diverse students. She studies T'ai Chi for relaxation and as an exercise in learning.

Email address: middendo@indiana.edu
Phone: (812)855-6409

David Pace

Co-director of Faculty Learning Community, Associate Professor of the History Department, Indiana Univeristy at Bloomington. He was the 1994 recipient of the Frederick Bachman Lieber Award for Distinguished Teaching. Currently he is a Pew Fellow in the Carnegie Academy of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. He has been involved in a wide-range of curricular reforms, including the I.U.B. History Department' s A.I. and Preparing Future Faculty programs and the RUGS College Pedagogy Initiative, and has led faculty development workshops.

Email address: dpace@indiana.edu
Phone: (812)855-2302

Jennifer Meta Robinson

Jennifer directs Campus Instructional Consulting and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Initiative at Indiana University Bloomington. She collaborates with individuals and groups of the faculty at IU to identify and achieve their teaching goals. Much of her work cultivates the systematic study of teaching and learning in order to deepen our knowledge of successful practices in particular disciplines. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Indiana University. From the English Department there, she received the Teaching Excellence Recognition Award in 1997 and the Noyes Fellowship for outstanding teaching in 1995. In addition to publishing and presenting on scholarly issues in teaching and learning, she publishes critical essays on literature and folklore with a special focus on gender issues.

Email address: jenmetar@indiana.edu
Phone: (812)855-9174


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