About Scholarly Teaching

CETL Scholarly Teaching promotes and advances research-based pedagogies that foster student academic engagement, learning, and success. Our programs empower all educators at KSU to pursue excellence in their teaching within a scholarly, evidence-based framework.

Scholarly Teaching Staff

Name
Position
  • Tris Utschig

    Tris Utschig Director for Scholarly Teaching and Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering

    Position:
    Director for Scholarly Teaching and Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering

    Phone: (470) 578-6410
    Email: tutschig@kennesaw.edu
    Location: House 3211


     
  • Hillary Steiner

    Hillary Steiner Associate Director for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor of Educational Psychology

    Position:
    Associate Director for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor of Educational Psychology

    Phone: (470) 578-6147
    Email: hsteiner@kennesaw.edu
    Location: House 3211


     
  • Linda Stewart

    Linda Stewart Assistant Director for Graduate Student Support and Associate Professor of English

    Position:
    Assistant Director for Graduate Student Support and Associate Professor of English

    Phone: (470) 578-6439
    Email: lstewar2@kennesaw.edu
    Location: House 3211 - 107


     
  • Mandy McGrew

    Mandy McGrew Educational Specialist for Scholarly Teaching and Part-Time Instructor of American Studies

    Position:
    Educational Specialist for Scholarly Teaching and Part-Time Instructor of American Studies

    Phone: (470) 578-6257
    Email: alb1724@kennesaw.edu
    Location: House 3211 - 109


     

Support Areas

  • Scholarship of teaching and learning
  • Learning-centered teaching
  • Institutional and USG teaching and learning initiatives
  • Course design, facilitation, and assessment
  • Graduate student professional development

Services

  • Workshops, webinars, and book chats
  • Custom services for academic units
  • Consultations on teaching and learning practices
  • Consultations on teaching-related grants and research projects
  • Classroom observations and student focus groups
  • Faculty learning communities
  • Credit-bearing graduate course "College and University Teaching" GRAD 9001
  • Orientations and intensive multi-day programs
  • Online pedagogical resources
  • Teaching journal and conference directories 

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Contact Us

For more information on CETL Scholarly Teaching, please contact us by email at scholarlyteaching@kennesaw.edu or by phone at 470-578-6410.

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