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Developed in the 2005-6 academic year by the first faculty learning community (FLC) at Virginia Commonwealth University. The FLC was charged to develop a resource base for faculty teaching large classes at VCU. The FLC program was launched in the spring of 2005 by the Center for Teaching Excellence at VCU and continues to this day. Click here for more information about FLCs at VCU.

FLC Facilitators

  • Zachary Goodell, Associate Director, Center for Teaching Excellence
  • Daphne Rankin, Director of Engagement, Office of Instruction

FLC Participants

  • Helen Ruth Aspaas, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Christopher Brooks, Anthropology
  • Stephen Gudas, Anatomy
  • Sally Hunnicutt, Chemistry
  • Catherine Ingrassia, Humanities and Sciences
  • Robyn Lacks, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Charlotte Morse, English
  • Amy Pakyz, Pharmacy
  • Nicolle Parson-Pollard, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Scott Quarforth, Student Advising
  • Suzanne Ruder, Chemistry
  • Christopher Saladino, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Jeff South, School of Mass Communications
  • Robert Stokes, Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Timothy Thurber, History

 

 
 
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