History Faculty Selected as 2022-2023 Baylor Fellow
Dr. Ronald Angelo Johnson, Associate Professor of History and Ralph and Bessie Mae Lynn Chair, joins 2022-2023 Baylor Fellows Cohort.
Dr. Ronald Angelo Johnson, Associate Professor of History and Ralph and Bessie Mae Lynn Chair, was selected as a 2022-2023 academic year Baylor Fellow.
Baylor Fellows are selected from faculty across the university who demonstrate excellence and innovation in teaching and learning. The Fellows program was founded by Baylor’s Academy of Teaching and Learning in 2011, allowing Baylor’s faculty an opportunity to implement new teaching approaches in the classroom that aligns with a specific theme. This year’s Baylor Fellows Program theme is Teaching for First Gen Success.
Dr. Johnson joins a group of ten educators across various disciplines who will share ideas on how to improve and innovate their teaching in the classroom while at the same time addressing this year’s theme. Baylor Fellows discussions will further support Baylor’s First Gen students in the classroom especially as they pursue their educational goals from graduation to post-graduation.
To see the full list of Baylor Fellows for 2022-2023 academic year, please visit the Academy for Teaching Learning website.
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