Call for Proposals


Thank you for your interest in speaking at the 2015 Teaching Professor Conference. The Call for Proposals is now closed. Confirmation of accepted proposals were emailed in January.

The review committee will use the following rubric to evaluate session proposals.

Review Committee:

  • Lolita Paff
    Associate Professor 
    Penn State Berks
  • Nicki Monahan
    Faculty Facilitator
    George Brown College
  • Ken Alford
    Associate Professor
    Brigham Young University
  • Christopher Price
    Director, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
    SUNY Brockport
  • Carol Appleby
    Professor, Teaching and Learning Consultant
    Sheridan College, Canada
  • Linda Shadiow
    Professor Emertia
    Northern Arizona University
  • Gary Hafer
    The John P. Graham Teaching Professor
    Lycoming College
  • Jennifer Waldeck
    Associate Professor
    Chapman University
  • Mary Bart
    Editor
    Faculty Focus
  • Donna M. Qualters
    Director, Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT)
    Tufts University
  • Leslie Myers
    Director of Teaching and Learning
    Chestnut Hill College
  • Debi Mink
    Associate Professor
    Indiana University Southeast
  • Linda Pickett
    Associate Professor, College of Education
    Winthrop University
  • Jillian R. Yarbrough
    Instructor
    Texas Tech University - University College
  • Suzanna Sumner
    Professor
    University of Mary Washington
  • Ike Shibley, Jr.
    Associate Professor
    Penn State Berks
  • Ollie Dreon
    Associate Professor
    Millersville University
  • B. Jean Mandernach
    Director, Center for innovation in Research and Teaching
    Grand Canyon University

Detailed information on the proposal process »

The following rubric is used to evaluate workshop proposals

Criteria

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Relevance to a broad audience: many disciplines, different students, different institutional settings              
Actionable: features useful ideas or strategies that can be implemented in the classroom or online              
Background knowledge: demonstrated understanding of topic              
Interactivity: participant involvement in discussion and activities