Hannah supports faculty, graduate student, and undergraduate student development through coordinating several programs, including the Elevate Fellows course redesign faculty learning community, graduate student orientations and retreats, and the Academic Peer Mentoring Program (AMP). She also facilitates pedagogical training workshops and retreats, conducts one-on-one observations and consultations, and supports research on the effectiveness of TLTC's programs.
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Prior to joining the TLTC, Scott was the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Psychology and a Teaching & Learning Consultant for the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences. He completed his undergraduate studies at Denison University, where he conducted research with apes at the Ohio State Chimpanzee Center, and then spent three years as a dolphin trainer and research associate at the Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Laboratory in Honolulu. Scott came to Maryland in 2003 to pursue his Ph.D.
Dr. Alexis Williams, who served as an Instructional Development Specialist with the TLTC until August of 2019, is no longer with the TLTC but remains an affiliate member. She played a lead role in the development and growth of the Academic Peer Mentor Program (AMP) and contributed greatly to the Center, its mission, and the team.