Christie Pugh Karpiak, Ph.D.
EXCELLENCE IN THE SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
This award is deisgned to recognize the effors of faculty who strive for excellence in teaching and who practice teaching as a form of scholarship. Dr. Christie Karpiak is this years awardee.
Dr. Karpiak came to the University in 2001 and is currently a Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Karpiak has committed herself to effective evidence-based practices, which also informs her classroom teaching and assignments. She has incorporated problem-based learning into several courses; she has co-taught the Teaching in Psychology Seminar, which prepares undergratuate students to become teaching assistants (this pioneeringw work has appeared in several journal articles and conference presentations); and as Department Chair, she has led an evidence-based restructuring of the Psychology curriculum.
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