Announcing Innovation Fellows for 2022 – 2023

Congratulations to the nineteen new Innovation Fellows for the 2022 – 2023 academic year. Particular areas of focus for this iteration of Innovation Fellows are Experiential and/or Austin-based pedagogy; Inclusive and Antiracist Teaching; and Online Course Design or Revision. The fellows are:

  • Carsten Andresen, Criminal Justice, Behavioral and Social Sciences, CRIJ 4341: Comparative Legal Systems
  • Emily Bernate, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Arts and Humanities, SPAN 4305: Introduction to Translation
  • Mary Brantl, Visual Studies, Arts and Humanities, ARTS 2322: Modernists & Others
  • Timothy Braun, Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric, Arts and Humanities, FSEM 1401.02: The Play is the Thing.
  • Robert Denton Bryant, Visual Studies, Arts and Humanities, VGAM 3332: Methods of Digital Production
  • Kelley Coblentz Bautch, Religious and Theological Studies, Arts and Humanities, RELS 4351: Mentored Research in Religious and Theological Studies
  • Laurie Cook Heffron, Sociology and Social Work, Behavioral and Social Sciences, SOCW 4344: Macro Systems: Social Work Practice with Organizations & Communities
  • Megan DeWhatley, Biological Sciences, Natural Sciences, BIOL 1107: General Biology I Lab
  • Kim Garza, Visual Studies, Arts and Humanities, VGAM 3332: Methods of Digital Production
  • Michelle Green, Biological Sciences, Natural Sciences, BIOL 1108: Gen Bio II Lab
  • Jamie Hinojosa, Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric, Arts and Humanities, WRIT 3332: Workplace Writing
  • Andrea  Holgado, Biological Sciences, Natural Sciences, BIOL 1307: General Biology I
  • Drew Loewe, Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric, Arts and Humanities, WRIT 2325: Analyzing Rhetoric
  • Shelbee NguyenVoges, Teaching, Innovation, and Leadership, Behavioral and Social Sciences, MSOL 6315 : Leadership & Social Justice
  • Yongshin Park, Marketing, Operations, and Analytics, Munday School of Business, BUSI 2305: Business Statistics
  • Georgia Seminet, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Arts and Humanities, Span 3399 (may change to Span 3355 – going to Academic Counsel): Spanish for the Health and Helping Professions
  • David Thomason, Political Science, Global Studies, Environmental Science and Policy, Behavioral and Social Sciences, POLS 3354 and POLS 4398: NONONPROFIT ADVOCACY AND INTEREST GROUPS and Topics in Political Entrepreneurship
  • Sasha West, Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric, Arts and Humanities, WRIT 2304: Environmental Writing
  • Jane Xie, Accounting, Economics, and Finance, Munday School of Business, FINC 4341: Investment Principles & Analysis

To find out more about their fellowship project, please visit 2022 Fellows.

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