Advancing Quality Teaching

Regan A.R. Gurung, Ph.D.

Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director

Area of Expertise:

Science of teaching and learning, Model Teaching Criteria, Assessment, Effective study behaviors, and effective teaching practices built on intentional, systematic modifications to pedagogy. 

Brooke Howland, Ed.D.

Director of New Initiatives

Areas of Expertise:

Course design and implementation, new(er) faculty development; universal design for learning; active learning pedagogy; discipline-based literacy; and reflective teaching (portfolios, student feedback, peer reviews).

Cheridy Aduviri, M. Ed.

Center for Teaching and Learning Fellows Program Coordinator

Areas of Expertise:

Blended and online curriculum development, facilitation, and evaluation; instructional design; effective integration of learning technologies - critical digital pedagogy; and faculty learning communities.


Funmi Amobi, Ed.D.

Instructional Consultant, College Liaison

Area of Expertise:

Course review-alignment of outcomes, assessment and learning activities; instructional methods; assessment of student learning; peer observation of teaching; and mid-semester formative teaching feedback.

Cub Kahn, Ed.D.

Blended Learning Coordinator

Areas of Expertise:

Hybrid, blended and flipped pedagogy; course redesign; and faculty learning community facilitation.


Raechel Soicher, Ph.D.

BLIP Fellows (Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy)

Area of Expertise:

Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy; course redesign program; course structure; and technology.

Jeanna Towns, M.A.I.S.

Office Specialist II

Area of Expertise:

Budget management; web maintenance; marketing; event coordinator; stipends; and MOU's.

Kelby T. Hahn, M.S.

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Areas of Expertise:

New2OSU; Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks; STEM education; educational technology; excel; and qualtrics.

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CTL Instructional Strategies - multiple methods to engage, teach, and assess

How can you best design courses for diverse students? As champions of inclusive education who anticipate and mitigate curriculum barriers our goal is to deliberately plan courses that value the incredible strengths, diversity, and needs of our learners. The CTL Instructional Strategies provide an easy guide.

Neuromyths & Learning Fallacies cards

Need an easy way to debunk the many myths surrounding teaching and learning, and also get updated on the latest findings from the science of learning, scholarship of teaching and learning and neuroscience of learning? You need a set of Neuromyths and Learning Fallacies (NaLF) cards. 


Annual Report 2020-2021
Annual Report 2019-2020