Faculty Development

Testimonies

What Faculty Have to Say

2016 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Diversity. A hot topic, and one addressed by faculty, students, and administrators.

2015 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Incorporating service learning makes students� learning relevant in the real world.

2014 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Institute participant Lynn Wiles suggested, "We have lots of different learners with different learning styles...Come up with different projects during the semester."

2013 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Institute participant Jessica Dambruch noted, "Hearing about cognition and education re-lit the interest of the 5-year-old inside myself (as an educator)."

2012 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Institute participant and ODU Site Director Gloria Savage-Early commented, "I liked having steps. Steps are structure. When I can keep myself in line and manage myself in line, I can manage my students well."

2011 Faculty Summer Institute

Faculty interviews during the lunch break

Faculty panelist, Althea Tate from the College of Arts and Letters noted, "I had a blast participating in the panel. I truly enjoyed the experience, especially hearing from the students."