Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 In-Person Classroom Teaching

Co-sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, and the Office of Faculty Affairs

On Sept 30, the CFDE and the Office of Faculty Affairs presented a webinar on in-person classroom teaching, including Q&A sessions with faculty who are teaching in-person and with administrators about preparations for in-person teaching in the spring semester. 


Catherine Bagwell (Psychology, Oxford)
PSYC 111 (two sections): 15 and 27 students

Delia Lang (Behavioral, Social, & Health Education Sciences, RSPH)
BSHES 540: 30 students

Jeffrey Lesser (History, ECAS)
ECS 480: 9 students
HIST 562/HISP 720: 7 students

Julio Medina (Dance, ECAS)
DANC 150: 13 students
DANC 222: 15 students
DANC 323: 10 students

Tracy Scott (Sociology, ECAS)
SOC 101 (two sections): 50 and 50 students 

Academic support for students in quarantine/isolation & communication protocols

  • Pamela Scully (Vice Provost, Undergraduate Affairs)
  • Heather Mugg (Associate Vice Provost, Undergraduate Affairs)

Planning for Spring 2021

  • Christa Acampora (Deputy Provost, Academic Affairs)
  • Tim Holbrook (Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs)

View additional videos referenced in webinar

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