SUSAN K. HESS, Writing and Teaching/Learning Specialist and Assistant Director of the First Year Seminar Program
Susan provides writing and teaching consultation to faculty; offers in-class workshops to complement instruction; offers writing support to students; teaches in the First Year Seminar Program and for the Department of Writing and Rhetoric; and is the Assistant Director of First Year Seminars.
INGRID KEENAN, Program Coordinator
Ingrid oversees the Writing Fellow and Study Mentor programs, provides writing support to students, and is the co-organizer of the First Year Writing Prize.
SUSAN M. PLINER, Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment & Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
Susan manages initiatives across the CTL; represents the CTL on issues of teaching, learning, and faculty development; provides consultation to faculty and departments; and is an Assistant Professor in the Education Department and Social Justice Studies Program.
RUTH SHIELDS, Assistant Director
Ruth directs the Teaching Fellow and Q Fellow programs; oversees the oral communication programs; collaborates with faculty, deans, and staff to support student learning; oversees the Senior Symposium; and assists in the daily operations of the CTL office.
DAVID SILVER, Coordinator of Disability Services
David oversees all aspects of disability services; provides direct support to students with disabilities; provides information and support to faculty accommodating students with disabilities; develops and manages documentation guidelines, processes, and review; and collaborates with offices across campus on disability related issues.
JAMIE SLUSSER, Administrative Coordinator
Jamie oversees the day-to-day operation of the CTL office, including supervising student employees. Jamie is the first point of contact for Disability Services, and coordinates student note-takers.
SAM VANN, Coordinator of Student Services
Sam focuses on providing academic accommodations to students with disabilities, including testing accommodations and note-taking; provides direct learning and study support to students; and teaches for the Summer Institute.