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NCAT Redesign Scholars Program

NCAT's Redesign Scholars Program links those new to course redesign with more experienced colleagues to whom they can turn for advice and support. Redesign Scholars have led a successful course redesign at their institutions that has been sustained over time.

In addition, former NCAT vice president Carolyn G. Jarmon, who has worked with hundreds of course redesigns in multiple disciplines, offers consulting services to campuses that want to implement large-scale course redesigns.

Follow the links to learn more about each Redesign Scholar.

Steve Acker, Ohio State University
Elizabeth Connor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Meliksah Demir, Northern Arizona University
Tristan Denley, University of Mississippi
Toni Farley, Arizona State University
Jim German, SUNY at Potsdam
Martin Golson, Austin Peay State University
Myrta Groeneveld, Manchester Community College
John Harwood, Penn State University
Jennifer Hearne, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Gordon Hodge, University of New Mexico
Danae Hudson, Missouri State University
LaRonda Lowery, Robeson Community College
Eric Matsuoka, Leeward Community College
Phoebe McLaughlin, University of Central Missouri
Daniel Miller, Niagara County Community College
Michelle Miller, Northern Arizona University
Tammy Muhs, University of Central Florida
Eileen O'Brien, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Dennis Pearl, Ohio State University
Norbert Pienta, University of Georgia
Masoud Rais-Rohani, Mississippi State University
Crystal Ingle Reed, Northwest-Shoals Community College
Donna Seagle, Chattanooga State Community College
Shing So, University of Central Missouri
Rita Sowell, Volunteer State Community College
John Squires, Cleveland State Community College
Candace Thille, Carnegie Mellon University
Meredith Toth, Arizona State University
Kirk Trigsted, University of Idaho
Xiaoping Wang, Northeast State Community College
Brooke Whisenhunt, Missouri State University
Jim Wohlpart, Florida Gulf Coast University

 

 

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