The 7th edition of Jane Halonen’s college textbook, “Your Guide to College Success” was recently published. The book is currently used in UWF’s freshmen Academic Foundations class, and is a “you can do this” guide to surviving college, according to Halonen, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “This book is for students trying […]
Stacie Whinnery’s fully online course, EEX4255 – Curriculum for Teaching Students with Exceptionalities, was reviewed and recognized by an external Quality Matters (QM) Peer Review Team as having met quality expectations in online course design. In order to meet Quality Matters review expectations, courses must receive a minimum of 85 percent of the total possible points. […]
Cadet Stephen John Voline will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. Cadet Voline will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Intelligence Corps and will report to Basic Officer Leaders Course training at Fort Huachuca, AZ.
Susan Harrell, associate professor of Legal Studies, was the winner of the “2011 Excellence in Teaching Competition” held in Baltimore, Md., at the national conference of the American Association for Paralegal Education held Nov. 2 through 5. This competition is sponsored by Delmar Cengage Learning and is accompanied by a $500 prize.
Explore Summer Camps is honored to be named the winner of the 2011 UPCEA Program of Excellence – Noncredit Award. UPCEA South, serving 14 states within the U.S., recognizes outstanding credit and non-credit programs throughout these regions. Programs are judged on innovation, creativity, success, impact and adaptability. UWF is proud to have been selected for […]
Dr. Bob F. Yeager edited the book “Approaches to Teaching the Poetry of John Gower,” published Aug. 1, 2011. Dr. Yeager has published 17 books total. This latest work is part of the series “Approaches to Teaching the World’s Great Literary Masterpieces,” produced by the Modern Language Association of America. It contains essays from professors […]