Academic and Professional Development
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Michelle Miller, Ph.D., Professor of Psychological Sciences and a President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow at NAU, was the keynote speaker at Columbia University’s recent Celebration of Teaching and Learning. The event, hosted by the university’s Center for Teaching and Learning, brought together faculty, staff, students, and other members of the Columbia University community, to celebrate the ways that faculty and graduate students are transforming their courses and pedagogies. Read more
Meliksah Demir, Ph.D., Nora Dunbar, Ph.D., and former NAU student Shelby Burton authored the article Professor-Student Rapport and Perceived Autonomy Support as Predictor of Course and Student Outcomes in the January edition of Teaching of Psychology, the American Psychological Association’s flagship journal for educators in the field. One of the conclusions resulting from their research was that “providing professors with opportunity to enhance rapport and autonomy may improve student success.” Ms. Burton is now a fourth-year doctorate student in… Read more
The NAU Foundation scholarship application is now open and will accept applicants through Jan. 23, 2019. There are 50 different opportunities with a variety of requirements and applicant criteria. For many of these scholarships, by completing the general application you will be auto-matched to all scholarships where you meet the criteria.
If you are selected, you will be informed through… Read more