Three Humanities faculty received Excellence in General Education from the U's Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
Beth Clement, Associate Professor, History - for her many years of teaching general education courses that were deemed exceptionally demanding and rewarding by her students, by using a variety of sources and methods for students to learn history and American Institutions.
Matt Haber, Chair and Associate Professor, Philosophy - for the rich use of innovative technology used in his classes, and his professionalizing of students taking his classes.
Alf Seegert, Assistant Professor (Lecturer), English - for the provocative and innovative content and structure of his general education classes, focusing on topics and issues that excite students across campus. Extra info from Alf: Based on my application and award letter, it looks like the award was primarily given in response to these three courses: I created and got HF designations for: Digital Culture (ENGL 2085) and Video Games and Storytelling (ENGL 2090). I also currently teach one more Gen Ed course, Introduction to Critical Theory Online (I designed the first online version of it).
On behalf of the College of Humanities, we want to congratulate all of you for this outstanding achievement! We are proud to have you as our professors!