Ashley N. Long, MS
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
Ashley has served as a staff member in the Center for Teaching and Learning since Fall 2015. Prior to her position in the Center for Teaching and Learning, Ashley worked for two years in the Department of Student Affairs.
She began her career in Higher Education while earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Health from Texas A&M University in College Station. Ashley went on to earn a Master of Science in Health Studies from Texas Woman’s University and is currently a PhD student in the Higher Education program at the University of North Texas. Her professional specialties include peer tutoring and mentoring, learning assistance, faculty development, higher education programming, and student leadership.
Dana J. Lawrence, DC, MMedEd, MA
ASSOCIATE PROVOST OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
Bio coming soon.
The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to foster a collaborative climate encouraging faculty to become reflective educators, productive scholars, and advocates of academic initiatives supporting educational excellence.
The CTL's core functions include:
Promote a learning-centered vision of education and assist faculty in enhancing their skills as educators.
Support and promote the goals of the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan.
Facilitate an effective and constantly evolving faculty-student partnership leading to improvements in both teaching and learning.