|Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning|
Assistant Vice Provost CETL
Peter provides unit-wide leadership for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), including thought leadership for the University’s online initiatives, teaching and learning initiatives, and online and blended programs.
Executive Assistant to Assistant Vice Provost CETL
Kathleen provides direct administrative support to the Assistant Vice Provost, CETL including calendar management, meeting coordination, and managing day to day inquiries and correspondence.
|Aynsley Diamond, Ed.D
Director of Faculty Development Programs
Aynsley provides leadership and university wide support for programs that are designed to enhance teaching effectiveness in faculty and teaching assistants.
Admin. Assistant to the FDP Director
Stacey provides direct support to the director, coordinates FDP meetings as well as lunchtime seminars, orientations, and receptions.
Associate Director, eCampus
Desmond leads institutional initiatives and processes necessary for the design, development, and delivery of quality online, blended, and flipped courses. He oversees the instructional design team, designs and delivers faculty development and training programs, and collaborates on process improvements across University units that work to enhance online learning and teaching outcomes.
Administrative Assistant, eCampus
Cheryl provides direct support to eCampus administrators and staff, and administrative support for faculty working with eCampus staff, including coordination of calendars and eCampus meetings. She also maintains online course databases.
|Pat Butler Lofman
Business Manager CETL
Pat supports the Assistant Vice Provost for CETL in areas of operations, budgetary, and financial related matters. She serves as a liaison with central student services including the Registrar and Bursar, and with business office staff in Schools and Colleges.
Administrative Support CETL
Beverly manages facilities and works with CETL units to support personnel related issues including student employment, hiring, and payroll.
Director, Q Center
Alvaro is the director of the Quantitative Learning Center. He supervises the educational operations of the Q Center – tutoring, workshops, review sessions, training programs – and provides feedback for academic departments across the university about their quantitative courses, based on the visitor data gathered at the Q Center.
Director, W Center
Tom oversees all Writing Center operations and leads workshops for faculty and graduate instructors on how they might more effectively teach writing in the disciplines; he is also a professor in the English Department, where he teaches courses in writing, rhetoric, and literature.
Director, Offiice of Summer
and Winter Programs
Susanna is the director of the Office of Summer and Winter Programs. She administers the day-to-day operations of summer and winter intersession classes.
|Brian A. Boecherer
Executive Director, OECP
Brian provides leadership for the Office of Early College Programs (OECP) and is the Director of the Early College Experience (ECE) program. Prior to assuming leadership of OECP, Brian was responsible for program expansion and improvement, technology advancement, and providing on-site outreach to high schools.