COLUMBUS, Ga. – Jennifer Brown, associate professor of educational foundations, has been awarded the 2017 Regents’ Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Award by the University System of Georgia.
The award encourages and supports the work of faculty members whose scholarship focuses on the instructional mission of the institution. A special Regents committee, composed of faculty and administrators from across the USG who are experienced in SOTL research, reviewed the nominations and determined the finalists.
“I have known Dr. Brown since she came to CSU in 2011 and have found her to be a consummate professional who conducts and applies research in a manner that improves student learning and the overall student experience,” said Tina Butcher, interim provost and vice president of academic affairs at CSU. “She is an outstanding faculty member and is greatly deserving of this recognition.”
The committee was particularly impressed with the wide dissemination of Brown’s tested instructional strategies, evaluations and assessments to her department, college, university and external audiences through forums, presentations and peer-reviewed publications. She also stood out because of her success in obtaining both internal and external funding for SOTL-related activities.
Brown will be presented the award and a check for $5,000 at the USG Foundation Gala in Atlanta in March.Learn more »