2017 David A. Wilson Award Application: Part II 

 
The David A. Wilson Award seeks to recognize and support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning. This webinar was recorded in 2015 and is being made available for faculty members interested in participating in the 2017 David A. Wilson Award. Part II of this webinar series will focus on the applicant information and evidencing excellence in teaching and learning.

Learner Outcomes. By the end of this learning session, participants will be able to:

1. Complete the application sections pertaining to Applicant Information.
2. Properly document a track record in excellence in teaching and learning.
3. Successfully submit an application to your institution.

Webinar Details
Presenter:Molly A. Lauck (presenter) / Scott D. Bissell (supported by)
Occupation:PhD in Medical Anthropology / MA in Instructional Systems Design
Date:December 3-2015
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Duration:60 min
Language:English
University:Laureate International Universities
Country:United States


 
 

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Webinar Recording: Available on December 4

 




Biography

Dr. Molly A. Lauck serves as Director of Research and Sponsored Programs in the Center for Research Quality at Walden University. Before joining Walden, Dr. Lauck was the research ethics advisor for the Institute for Community Research in Connecticut and served as faculty for the Yale International AIDS Summer Institute.

Scott Bissell serves as Associate Director of Quality Assurance for the Laureate Network Office, and formerly served as Associate Director of Instructional Design at Walden University. He has worked as a performance improvement consultant and instructional designer in various industries, and is currently pursuing a PhD at Walden.



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Resource Type(s):Webinars
Format:Webinar
University(ies):Laureate International Universities
Academic Discipline(s):Education
Training Priority(ies):Content Area Expertise
Language(s):English
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Status:Concluded