Timothy Paustian, bacteriology and John Parrish, animal sciences, have been named fellows of the UW-Madison Teaching Academy and will be inducted April 30. The Academy was founded in 1993 with the purpose of promoting effective teaching and learning on this campus and nationally. In support of this goal, Fellows encourage learning innovation, experimentation, and dialogue throughout the campus community and within their disciplines. The academy includes Fellows and Future Faculty Partners who provide leadership to strengthen undergraduate and graduate, and outreach education at the UW-Madison. The academy works with partners across campus, and sponsors a number of events aimed at fostering a high level of instructional excellence across campus.This entry was posted in Awards and honors, People and Departments, Teaching & Advising by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.
College of Agricultural & Life Sciences