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CFE Faculty Associates
Faculty Associates partner with the Center for Faculty Excellence to serve as a resource and an active participant with other faculty, staff, administrators, and graduate students to reach the strategic goals of the CFE. Faculty Associates assist the CFE with planning and with the development and implementation of professional development.
Dr. Lisa Hanasono is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). Her research interests focus on topics related to diversity, inclusion, and social justice. Specifically, she examines how people communicate and cope with prejudice and discrimination. She also publishes scholarship on communication pedagogy and has been actively involved with the CFE as an Active Learning Classroom (ALC) mentor, Faculty Learning Community facilitator, and presenter at its annual Teaching and Learning Fairs. As a CFE Faculty Associate, as well as a member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), BGSU’s IDEAL-N Team and the President’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion (PACODI), Dr. Hanasono is dedicated to advancing the careers and professional development of faculty and supporting transformational university initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Brooks is a Graduate Coordinator and Lecturer in the History Department. He has research interests in epidemiological history, European global expansion, as well as the history of American hate groups. An avid technophile, Dr. Brooks is also involved in the electronic frontiers that opened in the past decades in online education, and he has spent much of his teaching career developing online course curricula. Prior to joining BGSU as a faculty member in 2009, Dr. Brooks taught at numerous regional colleges and universities, including Wayne State University, Lourdes University, and the University of Toledo. He recently published The Ku Klux Klan in Wood County, Ohio (The History Press, 2014), and he is currently collaborating on another book examining the history of hate groups in Ohio. He is working with the Center for Faculty Excellence on a variety of classroom technology and software initiatives.
Dr. Allison Goedde serves as the program coordinator, lecturer, and advisor for the classroom technology master's degree program at Bowling Green State University. She earned her doctorate in Educational Administration and Supervision in 2006 from BGSU with an emphasis on educational administration and professional development with technology. She has been teaching in the BGSU School of Teaching and Learning for the past 8 years. Currently she is advisor for BGSU chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). Prior to becoming instructor with BGSU, she was associate director of professional development with Northwest Ohio Educational Technology Foundation located at WBGU. In addition, she has been a pioneer in the practices of online teaching and learning for teacher professional development and student engagement since 2004, and has earned Quality Matters rubric training with experiences as a course reviewer. Research interests include the alignment of higher order thinking skills and pedagogical practices with technology.
Along with her constant dedication toward improving her teaching methods, Associate Professor Jenn Stucker’s research interests include Design as Artist and Practitioner, Design as Scholarship of Engagement, and Scholarship of Design Pedagogy. Her work has been published in several books on design, such as Graphic Design: The New Basics, and has also received award recognitions in numerous design publications including an Outstanding recognition in HOW Magazine’s 2013 International Design Awards for her community project, You Are Here Toledo. She is the co-founder & co-organizer of SWEAT (Summer Workshop for Experimentation and Thought) and co-editor of several books produced through the workshop. Jenn is a founding board member of AIGA Toledo, the Professional Association for Design, serving in many leadership roles including past co-chair of two national AIGA Design Educators Conferences held in Toledo, Ohio (2010) and Bowling Green (2016.) She has presented at several conferences across the country and internationally on both her teaching and research interests of community engagement. In April 2017 she was recognized by BGSU’s Office of Sponsored Research with the Outstanding Early Career Award for her scholarly activities.