Recent Teaching Recognitions and Honors

I am thrilled that my teaching, in online and brick-and-mortar environments, has received recognitions and honor at and beyond my institution: 2020 Online Teacher of the Year 2019-2020, Center for Teaching and Learning, The University of New Mexico 2020 Online course certification for ENGL352: Early Shakespeare: Race & Identity, Then & Now, from UNM’s ExtendedContinue reading “Recent Teaching Recognitions and Honors”

Pre-Semester Checklist; or, Proper Operating Procedure, 2020

Faculty Development webinar offered through the University of New Mexico, Center for Teaching and Learning, August 13, 2020. Whether your fall semester is looming or it has just begun, you can take steps to create a better experience for you and your students. Regardless of your experience teaching online and your discipline, this webinar offersContinue reading “Pre-Semester Checklist; or, Proper Operating Procedure, 2020”

Rethinking Productivity during COVID-19

[U]pheavals to our regular rhythms provide opportunities to combat the long-standing inequities that the crisis has brought into sharp relief and must prompt us to rethink our shared definition of productivity.  Marissa Greenberg and Elizabeth Williamson, “Rethinking Productivity during COVID-19,” Academic Leader, July 6, 2020. Now is the time to redefine productivity to includeContinue reading “Rethinking Productivity during COVID-19”