Faculty Stories

The Faculty Stories website is an online resource that recognizes RIT faculty for their innovative and creative approaches to improving the educational experience of their students. Through these stories, faculty share course examples, instructional methods, and ideas on how they have implemented academic technology effectively into their teaching practices and course activities.

Establishing A Visual Connection Online
Thomas Traub
Adjunct Professor
E. Saunders College of Business
Teaching Physics in an Immersive 3-D Environment
Vicki Robinson
Associate Professor
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
A Non-traditional Pedagogy for New STEM Students
Joe Pow
Associate Director
Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science
Online Annotation for Class Assessment
Leslie Kate Wright
Assistant Professor
College of Science
Soft Skills and Teamwork in Computer Graphics
Marla Schweppe and Joe Geigel
Professor and Associate Professor
College of Imaging Arts & Sciences and Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Facilitating an Online Group Debate
Tywanquila Walker
Assistant Professor
College of Liberal Arts
A Multiplayer Classroom Approach
Liz Lawley
Associate Professor
School of Interactive Games & Media
The Intersection of Art, Music, and Technology
Joe Geigel and Susan Lakin
Associate Professors
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences/College of Imaging Arts and Sciences
Research and Writing as a Collaborative Process
Paulette Swartzfager
College of Liberal Arts
Leveraging Student Knowledge When Teaching
Roberta Klein
E. Saunders College of Business
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