Catherine E. Ross
University of Texas at Austin Ph.D., Russian /Foreign Language Teaching
University of Wisconsin, Madison M.A., English/Teaching English as a Second Language
University of Wisconsin, Madison M.A., Slavic Languages and Literature
University of Delaware, Newark B.A., Russian and Spanish
Ross, C. (2008). Book review, Inside the Undergraduate Experience. Catharine Hoffman Beyer, Gerald Gillmore and Andrew Fisher (Anker, 2007). In International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Volume 2, Number 2, July 2008.
Ross, C. and J. Dunphy, Eds. (2007). Strategies for Teaching Assistant and International Teaching Assistant Development: Beyond Microteaching. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Ross, C. (2006) “From Complaints to Communication”, ITA Volume, TESOL Case Studies Series, Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Alexandria, Virginia.
Ahluwalia, S. (Producer), C. Ross & K. Barker (2001). Respect on the Line .
Faculty Development Specialist
Kristi joined the TLC Wake Forest staff in 2012. Prior to coming to Wake Forest, she worked for Wayne State University’s Office for Teaching and Learning in Detroit, MI for over 10 years and served as the Acting Director for 5 years. Kristi’s educational background is in Psychology (B.S.) and Instructional Technology (M.Ed. and Ph.D., in progress). She has taught several classes in both Psychology and Education, both at the graduate and undergraduate level. She has also taught fully online courses.
Kristi loves to explore all aspects of teaching and learning, but especially enjoys helping faculty integrate more active/engaging strategies, technology, and metacognition into their courses.
Contact Kristi at 336-758-2308 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Deborah W. Snyder
Deborah Snyder has been the Administrative Coordinator of the Teaching and Learning Center since 2001. She earned a B.A. from Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana, and an M.L.I.S. from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Contact Deborah at 336-758-4587 or email@example.com
TLC Faculty Fellows
Leah’s interests are currently centered around learner-based teaching and instructional design. Her TLC faculty fellowship is focused on establishing learning outcomes for a divisional course, Introduction to Theatre. She is leading efforts to create learning outcomes for the course, and providing support for her faculty colleagues in implementing those outcomes in their sections of the class.
Ulrike currently holds a joint appointment as full professor in the Department of Religion and American Ethnic Studies, and is a 2013 Community Solutions Fellow with the Institute for Public Engagement at Wake Forest University. Her work as a TLC faculty fellow involves the study of contemplative traditions, especially in the history of Christianity. She is also teaching two related courses, FYS: Contemplative Traditions, and REL 367: Christian Mysticism.
2013-2014 TLC Advisory Committee
Brook Davis, Theatre and Dance (Division III) (Term ends 2014)
Kyle Denlinger, ZSR Library
Steven Giles, Communication (Division IV) (Term ends 2014)
Bradley Jones, Interim Dean, Arts and Sciences and
Professor of Chemistry
Angela King, Chemistry (Division V) (Term ends 2016)
Lee Knight, Schools of Business
Sol Miguel-Prendes, Romance Languages (Division II) (Term ends 2015)
Veronice Miles, School of Divinity
Anthony Parent, History (Division I) (Term ends 2016) (on leave spring 2014)
Wendy Parker, School of Law
Mary Lynn Redmond, Education
Catherine Ross, Managing Director, Teaching and Learning Center
Rebecca Thomas, Dean’s Office