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Dr. Roxanne Greitz Miller
Director and Professor, Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Beckman Hall 108
(714) 628-2628 (direct)
Dr. Roxanne Greitz Miller is the Attallah Endowed Professor of Teacher Education and has served as the Director of the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning since 2015.
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Julie Johnson
Administrative Assistant
Beckman Hall 109
(714) 628-2720
Julie Johnson joined Chapman University in 2016 and serves as administrative support to Course Evaluations, IETL's programs and the Instructional Video Studio, and the Academic Integrity Committee.

The following faculty members serve as IETL Ambassadors and support faculty in these units:

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Abigail Pathoff
Professor, Legal Research and Writing Faculty
Fowler School of Law
Abigail specializes in legal analysis and communication and is teaches courses in legal analysis, advocacy, and judicial writing. She is available to support Fowler School of Law faculty by providing teaching resources regarding in-class writing assignments, problem design, and learning styles.
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Dr. Cristina M. Giannantonio
Associate Professor of Management
Argyros School of Business and Economics
Coming soon.
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Dr. Hamidreza Montazeri Aliabadi
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics
School of Pharmacy
Hamid was selected as first Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) Teacher of the Year (awarded by AACP) in 2016 and was appointed as the ambassador representing CUSP in Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (IETL) in the same year. Hamid’s specific areas of teaching interest include advanced delivery systems, targeted delivery, RNA interference, and cancer cell biology
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Dr. Jennifer Waldeck
Associate Professor of Communication
School of Communication
Coming soon.
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Dr. Jessica M. Walker
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Instructional Faculty
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
Jessica places a high value on getting students interested in the material and believes the best teacher is one who can convey what is exciting and important about the material in a way that inspires students to learn about it. She supports Crean faculty in the development of lessons/activities that foster student learning, interest, and engagement; informal peer teaching evaluations; and help with technology.
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Julianne O'Brien
Professor, Chair, Department of Dance
College of Performing Arts
Julianne has a background in the field of dance as a performer, choreographer, academic leader, and dance educator. Her teaching interests include somatic practices, history, pedagogy, improvisation, choreography, and arts integration and she is interested in supporting Chapman faculty with approaches to pedagogy that are embodied, integrated, and playful.
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Dr. Mark Maier
Associate Professor, Director, Leadership Studies Program
College of Educational Studies
Mark has been with Chapman University since 1994 and teaches in the Leadership Studies and Leadership Development programs in the College of Educational Studies. He is intrigued by the role of the teacher in society as well as academia, and the relationship between our cognitive focus as educators and the affective means which trigger the motivation to engage that content.
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Dr. Matthew D. Gartner
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Instructional Faculty
Schmid College of Science and Technology
Matt is an assistant professor of chemistry and is interested in utilizing active learning strategies in general/introductory level courses. He supports faculty with the Instructional Video Studio and utilizing pre-class assessment/active learning activities in science courses.
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Dr. Nam Lee
Associate Professor
Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
Dr. Nam Lee joined Dodge College in 2008 and has been teaching film history and theory, various Asian cinema courses and graduate thesis workshops. Her research interests include genre and local politics in contemporary Korean cinema, politics and cinema, and film director studies, in particular, women directors. Nam is available to support Dodge faculty with general teaching support as well as exploration and understanding of the dynamics of diversity and inclusion in the classroom and curriculum.

The following faculty members and administrators serve on the IETL Advisory Board:

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Dr. Michael Fahy
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science & Associate Dean
Schmid College of Science and Technology
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Dr. Amy B. Graziano
Associate Professor of Music & Chair, Conservatory of Music
College of Performing Arts
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Dr. Dawn L. Hunter
Professor of Teaching
College of Educational Studies
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Dr. Donald Kochan
Professor of Law & Associate Dean
Fowler School of Law
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Dr. Sara LaBelle
Assistant Professor of Communication
School of Communication
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Dr. Mary Litch
Office of Academic Technology and Digital Media
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Dr. Kenneth E. Murphy
Associate Professor of Business & Associate Provost for Academic Administration
Office of the Provost
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Helen Norris
Vice President & Chief Information Officer
Office of Information Systems and Technology (IS&T)
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Dr. Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith
Instructional Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Schmid College of Science and Technology & Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
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Dr. Wendy Salmond
Professor of Art
Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
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Michelle Sypinero
Director of Client Services
Office of Information Systems & Technology (IS&T)
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Dr. Kim Welch
Instructional Designer
Office of Academic Technology and Digital Media

Have a question or need assistance?

Please feel free to contact any of the IETL staff or faculty for assistance. We're here to help.

If you would like to schedule a 1:1 faculty consultation appointment or time in the Instructional Video Studio, please do so via our Calendly appointment system.

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