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UNG professor named a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellow

Rosaria Meek
University of North Georgia assistant professor of Spanish Dr. Rosaria Meek has been named to the University System of Georgia Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellows Program.

University of North Georgia (UNG) assistant professor of Spanish Dr. Rosaria Meek has been named to the University System of Georgia (USG) Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Fellows Program.

The program supports educators from the state's public colleges and universities as they design and develop classroom-based research projects. Up to 10 participants are selected each year.

Meek plans to implement a classroom-based pilot study as her research for the 2018-19 SoTL program to study student engagement through apps and other technology. She will examine two of her four classes for the research.

"I'm always searching for new methods to enrich the students' experience in class and to improve my teaching approach," Meek said.

The group meets by web conference once a month to discuss each participant's research project. Mentors are paired with participants to provide feedback and insight on their projects.

Meek is excited to share what she learns from her research and the work of fellow SoTL participants. She also plans to be an advocate for SoTL in the future.

Dr. Mary Carney, director of UNG's Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, is one of two co-directors of the state program.

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