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CTRL Faculty Fellows Program

The Faculty Fellows program is designed to advance CTRL’s mission of promoting and supporting excellence in teaching and scholarship at American University. In doing so, the program recognizes and leverages faculty expertise to lead in the sharing of knowledge, experience, and creativity.

The Faculty Fellows program comprises four tracks: AU Core (Core), Inclusive Pedagogy (IP), Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL), and Teaching & Scholarship (TS). Appointment as Fellow comes with a stipend, and support from CTRL and relevant campus partners. 

Call for applications occurs every summer (mid-June) with appointments announced in August. Additional information about the program and how to apply is available on the Faculty Fellows Program page.

CTRL Faculty Fellows

AY 2020 - 2022

head shot of Raychelle BurksRaychelle Burks, Department of Chemistry, IP Fellow

head shot of TaLisa CarterTaLisa Carter, Department of Justice, Law & Criminology, IP Fellow

head shot of Amanda ChoutkaAmanda Choutka, Department of Literature, SoTL Fellow

head shot of Adam TamashaskyAdam Tamashasky, Department of Literature, SoTL Fellow

head shot of Amy TrietiakAmy Trietiak, Department of Health Studies, SoTL Fellow

head shot of Salvador Vidal-OrtizSalvador Vidal-Ortiz, Department of Sociology, IP Fellow

AY 2019 - 2021

headshot of woman with brown hairJennifer Axe, Department of Chemistry, AU Core Fellow

head shot of Symphony BruceSymphony Bruce, University Library, AU Core Fellow

head shot of Amaarah DeCuirAmaarah DeCuir, School of Education, IP Fellow

head shot of Shoaleh DehghanShoaleh Dehghan, Department of Chemistry, SoTL Fellow

head shot of Krisztina DomjanKrisztina Domjan, School of Professional & Extended Studies, IP Fellow

head shot of Jesse MeillerJesse Meiller, Department of Environmental Science, SoTL Fellow

head shot of Jeremiah PattersonJeremiah Patterson, School of Communication, SoTL Fellow


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