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Professor Romel Gomez Selected as 2016-2017 Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellow

Professor Romel Gomez Selected as 2016-2017 Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellow

Prof. Romel Gomez
Prof. Romel Gomez

Professor Romel Gomez, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Education has been selected to serve the 2016-2017 academic year as an Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellow.

Each year the Office of Undergraduate Studies sponsors a faculty learning community that addresses an issue of importance to undergraduate education. Weekly meetings are led by the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center.

This academic year will focus on the issue of Academic Integrity and Student Learning. Dr. Gomez will bring the perspective of engineering education based on nearly twenty years teaching experience with the ECE department and the Keystone program.

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August 29, 2016


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