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Faculty Participate in The Gardner High-Impact Online Teaching and Learning Practices for Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) partnered with The Gardner Institute to assist HBCU faculty with high-impact, online pedagogy through a 4-week course. Interested faculty completed a survey for this limited participative course which resulted in 22 of our faculty earning their place to partake in the course!  During the synchronous and asynchronous online courses, faculty prepared and redesigned their online pedagogy. Faculty received a certificate of completion for High-Impact Online Teaching and Learning practices for Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities at the conclusion of the course. Way to go faculty!  

The UNCF and The Gardner Institute faculty were:

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Dr. Adrian Allen
Ms. Gale Allen
Mr. Levi Beckwith
Mr. Matthew Gargano
Dr. Gail Mazyck
Dr. Edwin Okoye
Dr. Nnamdi Onuorah
Ms. Barbara Powell-Jackson
Ms. TaVShea Smith
Dr. Luis Suau
Dr. Melvin Wallace

SCHOOL OF ARTS SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

Mr. Michael Bazemore
Dr. Gregory Hardy
Dr. Brad Hunnicutt
Ms. Alycia Marcena
Dr. Moira Marquis
Dr. Cassandra Mitchell
Dr. Zandra Pinnix
Mr. Jason Morgan
Ms. Laura Price
Dr. Portia Rochelle
Dr. Paul Wilson

Faculty received several resources from the course through Wakelet. Please click below to peruse the resources:
Historically Black Colleges and Universities High-Impact Teaching and Learning Practices Course Resources

Thank you to Dr. Zandra Pinnix and Ms. TaVShea Smith for sharing the information that was provided during the course.

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