Dr. Jason Brewer has been appointed as the Director of the Center for First Year Experience and Learning Communities.
The Center has received the International Mentor Training Program Certification!
Center director, Pamela Person, was appointed to the National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition National Advisory Board.
National Student Survey Suggests UC Holds "High-Impact" Learning. Find out more.
The New York Times highlights UC's Gen-1 Theme House. Read more.
Learn more about how one Learning Community Peer Leader is working to build community at UC.
Center Awarded UC│21 Seed Grant $50,000 awarded for Learning Community Peer Leaders as Student Scholars
University of Cincinnati's First Year Program featured in College Planning & Management Magazine
Pam Person Named Outstanding First Year Advocate. Awarded by Houghton Mifflin Company and the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition
(2010) Greg Metz, Center Assistant Director, has been invited to be a Faculty Member for the National Resource Center for First Year Experience and Students in Transition Peer Educators Institute October 17-19, 2010.
(2010) Pam Person, Center Director, Appointed to the National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition National Advisory Board.
(2008) Center for Exploratory Studies highlighted in national monograph on "Advising Special Populations" (Oct 2007) by The National Academic Advising Association.
(2008) Member of Cohort V of the Project for the Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research
(2007) Center Awarded UC│21 Seed Grant
$50,000 awarded for Learning Community Peer Leaders as Student Scholars
(2007) University of Cincinnati's First Year Program featured in College Planning & Management Magazine
(2007) Pam Person Named Outstanding First Year Advocate
Awarded by Houghton Mifflin Company and the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition
(2006) The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL)
Institutional Leadership Program that facilitates collaboration among institutions with demonstrated commitment to and capacity for action, inquiry and innovation in the scholarship of teaching and learning. UC is participating to address the specific theme of Liberal Education: Core Curriculum.
(2006) Washington Center National Summer Institute
The National Summer Institute brings together teams from institutions across the country to create, expand, and improve their learning communities programs. Selection to participate is competitive based upon project focus, team composition and potential impact on student learning, persistence, and graduation.
(2002) Ohio Learning Network Grant (OLN)
UC was one of 31 learning communities selected in the first cycle of the Ohio Learning Network Learning Communities Initiative. The initiative provided a catalyst and support for the on-going development of pedagogically-robust, technologically-enhanced collegiate programs, courses, modules, and learning objectives; provide a framework for faculty to work together as communities, to increase collaboration across disciplines and create more technologically enriched learning resources. Develop shared learning resources that re portable, scalable, and connected to student competencies. Build a diverse cadre of faculty and learning community consultants who will work and support each other as they address current issues of teaching, learning, and advanced technologies. The faculty learning community model is alive at UC through our annual CET&L September Institute. The project was the precursor to the College of Business’ current Project Fast Track.
James Avant IV: Inducted into the Darwin T. Scholarship Program and is a Senator at large.
Megan Borchers: Participated in a service project in Georgia over Spring Break
Bryan Buechner: Kolodzik Business Scholar
Tyler Dickerson: Accepted into Pharmacy School
Brett Fields: Recruitment Chair for McMicken Tribunal
Rachel Fraser: Peer Leader Captain for 2012-2013 academic year
Michael Niolet: Founder/Social Director of Alpha Chi Rho social fraternity
Mosep Okonny: Accepted to Brimm's Program--Minority in medicine research program
Krista Palmer: Panhellic Council Vice President for Philanthropy
Monica Pepple: Received 2012 Paradise Scholarship Award
Jaclyn Roell: Major Mentor for Center of Exploratory Studies
Lauren Rhynard: Resident Advisor in Daniels Hall
Melissa Schirmer: Secretary for Council for Exceptional Children
Billy Schlich: President of the University Honors Society
Priya Srivastava: Accepted into the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine for graduate school
Ryan Stanley: Student Senate Representative for UFB
Megan Stoller: President of Middle Childhood Education Society where recently established a partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters
Daniel Traicoff: Delegate to the 2012 Democratic National Convention
Julie Whalen: Works with Camp Washington's Homework Club tutoring elementary students
Eliza Wilder: Peer Leader Captain for 2012-2013 academic year
Gage Woolley: Secretary/Membership Chair for PAC
Nicholas Yannucci: Received the Cool Co-Op award for his engineering co-op rotation with American Airlines