This academic year marks the second year of Faculty Fellowships at A&M-Commerce. “The fellowships are sponsored by the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Adolfo Benavides. These fellowships provide a great opportunity for faculty to engage in first hand research and scholarship on a topic of choice that is beneficial to the A&M-Commerce teaching and learning community” said Dr. Julie McElhany, Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence and Innovation.
After a competitive application process with the Faculty Center Advisory Committee, the following fellowships were confirmed:
2015-16 Faculty Fellows – Teaching and Learning
Dr. Rebecca Dibbs for her proposed project, “Mindsets and Retention in Entry Level Mathematics Courses”
Dr. Robynne Lock for her proposed “Development of Studio Mode in Physics” project.
Texas A&M-Commerce is a member of the Texas A&M University System. It is located in Northeast Texas in the City of Commerce and is home to more than 13,000 students, four academic colleges, a thriving graduate school and more than 140 degree programs.