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November 16, 2006

Faculty graduate from Academy for Teaching Excellence

Sixteen University of Louisiana at Monroe faculty graduated from the Academy for Teaching Excellence Thursday, Nov. 16 in the University House.

The ULM Academy for Teaching Excellence, sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Resource Center, is an 8-week course that promotes professional development and the use of instructional strategies to enhance student learning.

Not all universities offer such an enhancement course, said President James Cofer. "This says a lot about the people who are running this program and it says a lot about our faculty who are participating, and learning to do their job better."

Mona Oliver, English, is the TLRC director.

Graduates include:

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