ITS Announces 2014-15 Active Learning Fellows

For three weeks this July, 12 Case Western Reserve University faculty members will immerse themselves in updated pedagogies, new teaching methods and modern academic technologies. The 12 faculty members were selected from more than 40 highly qualified applicants for the second Information Technology Services (ITS) Active Learning Fellowship.

Fellows will design or completely remodel their course with techniques that require active involvement by the students and the instructor. Technology will play a supporting role and enhance learning without hindering instruction. The adoption of 21st-century teaching methods remains a cornerstone of CWRU's next strategic plan, which also champions the creation of active learning environments at the university. The recipients of the fellowship are:





Timothy Beal

Florence Stone Harkness Professor of Religion

Religious Studies

College of Arts and Sciences

Rebecca Benard



College of Arts and Sciences

Robin Dubin

Professor; Department Chair


Weatherhead School of Management

B. Jessie Hill

Professor; Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research


School of Law

Evanne Juratovac

Assistant Professor


Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

Dan Lacks

C. Benson Branch Professor

Chemical Engineering

School of Engineering

Greg Lee

Assistant Professor

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

School of Engineering

Kurt Rhoads

Assistant Professor

Civil Engineering

School of Engineering

Genevieve Sauve

Assistant Professor


College of Arts and Sciences

Mendel Singer

Associate Professor

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

School of Medicine

Amy Wilson-Delfosse

Associate Professor; Assistant Dean for Basic Science Education


School of Medicine

Zoe Wood

Assistant Professor


Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

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