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CT2 Faculty Scholars

Faculty who have served as CT2 Instructors for at least two semesters and who have demonstrated excellence in critical thinking instruction can apply to be designated as CT2 Faculty Scholars at Clemson University. The CT2 Faculty Scholar designation is term-limited, compensated, and contingent upon successful ongoing review. CT2 Faculty Scholars are recruited via a selection process developed by the Clemson Thinks2 Office. CT2 Faculty Scholars are expected to participate in scholarly research initiatives related to critical thinking pedagogy. CT2 Faculty Scholars also participate in the CT2 Institute as instructors or facilitators as well as in ongoing professional development activities through the academic year. Finally, CT2 Faculty Scholars continue to teach CT2 seminars, serve on committees, participate in assessment, and support the Clemson Thinks2 initiative.


2014-15 Academic Year CT2 Faculty Scholars

Scott Brame

Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Scott Brame    

Lauren Duffy

Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management

Lauren Duffy    

Jennifer Goree

Student Affairs

Jennifer Goree    

Karen Kettnich

English

Karen Kettnich    

Christine Minor

Biological Sciences

Christine Minor    

Arelis Moore-Peralta

Institute for Family and Neighborhood Life

Arelis Moore-Peralta    

Tom Oberdan

Science, Technology, and Society

Shannon Robert    

Shannon Robert

Performing Arts

Shannon Robert    

Kelly Smith

Philosophy

Kelly Smith    

Stephanie Southworth

Sociology

Stephanie Southworth    

Ben Stephens

Psychology

Ben Stephens    

David Tonkyn

Biological Sciences

David Tonkyn    

Ellen Vincent

Horticulture

Ellen Vincent    

Katherine Weisensee

Sociology

Katherine Weisensee



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