Dr. Julie Stanton has been selected as one of the Center for Teaching and Learning's 2021-22 Writing Fellows. The Writing Fellows program was established in 2007 by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. A group of up to twelve faculty are selected as Writing Fellows each academic year. The Fellows meet regularly throughout the year to discuss the most effective ways to teach and to respond to student writing, studying research that substantiates the best practices for helping students develop as writers. Dr. Jim Lauderdale has been selected as a 2021-2022 CTL Senior Teaching Fellow. The goals of the CTL Senior Teaching Fellows Program are: To provide senior faculty with opportunities for the sharing of ideas with other dedicated, highly motivated, and innovative teachers from other disciplines who may have similar interests and who face similar teaching challenges; To provide senior faculty with opportunities for professional and personal renewal; To provide funding for an instructional project designed to strengthen courses and teaching methods in each participant's academic department; and To help reinforce an instructional environment that honors and recognizes dedicated teaching scholars; that values a synergistic relationship between teaching, research, and service; and that promotes a learning-community spirit on a large campus.