Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Miller Scholars Award
A Miller Scholar proposes and implements a project that enhances student learning and takes a track record in teaching and learning to a significantly higher level.
The Miller Scholar will receive:
The Miller Scholar Award was established by the generous donation of James W. and Marion Miller. The award is a joint effort of CETL, Office of Academic Affairs and St. Cloud State University Foundation.
- Dr. Odessa Luna and Dr. Michele Traub - Department of Community Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy - "Teaching Ethical, Professional, and Culturally Humble Behavior through Situational Role Play and Feedback"
Dr. Grama N. Rangamani and Dr. Mili M. Mathew - Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
"A Chain-Mentoring Model–Empowering Students for Academic Success, Leadership, and Wellness".
Miller Scholar Recognition 2021-2022
Miller Scholar Presentation from 2022 Provost Summit
- Dr. Michael Dando - Department of English - "Remixing Wakanda: Critical Multimodal Literacies through Afrofuturistic Design Studies".
- Dr. Bruce Jacobson, Dr. Nate Bruender, Dr. Sarah Petitto and Greg Jorgensen - College of Science & Engineering, SCSU Online - "Escape Rooms: Assessment Tools Tom Sawyer Could Appreciate". See project details here.
- Dr. Steven McCullar - School of Education
- Kelly Jameson - Herberger Business School - "Infusing Cultural Differences into Complex Real Estate Projects"
- Dr. Benjamin Witts - School of Health and Human Services - "Applying Coursework to Enhance the Collegiate Experience for Underserved Populations at SCSU". Watch the presentation here.
- Dr. Nancy Sundheim and Dr. Eric Little - College of Science & Engineering - "Online Laboratory Experience". Watch the presentation here.
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- Watch the Dr. Regan Gurung - Keynote Speaker's presentation here.
- Dr. Kate Pound and Dr. Kristin Bratt - College of Science & Engineering - "The Poetry of Place: Pedagogy & Anthology"
- Dr. Matthew Julius, Dr. Bill Gorcica and Mark Gill - College of Science & Engineering, School of the Arts - "Seeing the Unseeable"
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