Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Elizabeth Meadows Named First Year Faculty Fellow

I am pleased to announce that Elizabeth Meadows, an associate professor in elementary education and a New Deal Teacher Academy faculty member, has been selected as one of five First-Year Faculty Fellows at Roosevelt University for the 2016-17 academic year.

First-Year Faculty Fellows receive a modest stipend, and in exchange they commit to teach one First-Year Seminar class in Fall 2016 and a First-Year Seminar or an ACP 110 Primary Text class in spring term.

In 2016-2017, Professor Meadows will teach a special section of ACP 101, "Becoming A Teacher."  This special section will enroll all full time freshmen that are declared education majors.  In Spring 2017, Professor Meadows will teach a special section of ACP 110 that focuses on key texts in educational philosophy and history.

In addition to teaching courses, First-Year Faculty Fellows provide feedback on the existing ACP curriculum and guide the development of 100-level ACP classes so that they have the best possible structure and outcomes for our first year students.

Congratulations to Professor Meadows for this award!

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