Special Teaching Leaves
John Affisco (Business Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods), "Integrating the Environment into the Business School Curriculum," developed an interdisciplinary pedagogy for teaching environmental management in the School of Business.
Michael D'Innocenzo (History), "Teaching History Through Student Issue Framing and Student Deliberations," developed materials and approaches to enhance the teaching of American History using non-traditional approaches.
Laurie Johnson (Counseling, Research, Special Education, and Rehabilitation), "Preparing School Counselors for Practice in the 21st Century: A Practicum in Action Research," explored and developed a multifaceted counselor education initiative that engaged school counselors-in-training in faculty-coordinated consultation and action-oriented research projects in local school districts as a means of equipping them for more accountable, state-of-the-art practice in the 21st century.
Nancy Stern (Business Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods), "Multimedia Mania in the Classroom: Marvel or Mayhem," designed multimedia software and explored its integration into the curriculum.