Faculty Fellows

Each year, the Office of Innovative Teaching and Technology, in partnership with the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, appoints Faculty Fellows who serve in various roles and capacities. These Faculty Fellows are selected through a competitive application process and based on their distinguished teaching record and/or knowledge and expertise of teaching and learning strategies.

2014–15 Teaching-Learning Faculty Fellows

Teaching-Learning Faculty Fellows serve as teaching and learning ambassadors within their schools and beyond. Fellows help initiate and/or facilitate departmental discussions of teaching effectiveness and coordinate faculty development activities upon request. Fellows can also assist in the following ways:

  • Offer individual or departmental consultations on IDEA course evaluations.
  • Conduct department faculty needs assessments and broker appropriate services and resources.
  • Promote the scholarship of teaching and learning.
  • Mentor faculty interested in improving their teaching effectiveness.

Contact the Fellow(s) assigned to your school to schedule a consultation and/or to coordinate professional development activities.

  • Cheryl Boyd, MSN
    Assistant Professor
    Undergraduate Programs in Nursing
    Serving the School of Nursing

  • Stephanie Fenwick, M.A.
    CTLA Fellow
    Serving the College of Music and the Arts, School of Theology, Azusa Pacific Seminary, and University Libraries

  • Ryan Hartwig, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Communication Studies
    Serving the School of Education, School of Business and Management, and Honors College

  • Bryant Mathews, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Department of Mathematics and Physics
    Serving the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

  • Laurie Schreiner, Ph.D.
    Chair and Professor
    Department of Higher Education
    Serving the School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences

  • Michael Wong, DPT
    Associate Professor
    Department of Physical Therapy
    Serving the School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences

2014–15 ITT Faculty Fellows

Based on their expertise and interest, ITT Faculty Fellows work on special projects that help further the goals of the office and enhance teaching and learning at APU. Contact the Fellows to schedule a consultation.

  • David McGill, MFA
    Department of Art and Design
    Supporting faculty interested in designing, developing, and integrating media elements for instructional purposes (e.g., narrated slides, instructional graphics, instructional videos, etc.).