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Sheridan Teaching Consultants Win Best Poster Award
Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences graduate students Neal Fox and Megan Reilly, who currently serve as Sheridan Teaching Consultants, were awarded Best Poster by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology for a poster they presented at the Northeast Conference for Teachers of Psychology in October 2013. Their poster was titled "Significantly Different: A meta-analysis of the gap between statistics students learn and statistics psychologists use."
Congratulations, Neal and Megan!
Sheridan former Teaching Consultant wins Teaching Award 2 years in a row!
Assistant Professor Rebecca Peters, former Sheridan Head Teaching Consultant (Humanities and Social Sciences), has been the recipient of the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award for 2012 and 2013 from the International Relations Program in the Department of Public Administration and International Affairs at The Maxwell School, Syracuse University.
Sheridan former Teaching Consultant wins Professor of the Year!
Former Teaching Consultant (and graduate of all of the Center's certificate programs) Matt Delmont was named 2010-11 Professor of the Year at Scripps College.