Christa Porter Receives Silver Teaching Recognition Award

Christa Porter, Ph.D., associate dean for the Graduate College and associate professor of Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs in the College of Education, Health and Human Services, received the Silver Teaching Recognition award for Implementation of Group Guidelines for Final Group Project.

Porter is a two-time winner of the Teaching Recognition awards. In February '23, she received the bronze Teaching Recognition Award.

The teaching development awards program recognizes actions that enhance teaching and learning at Kent State University. The program allows instructors to earn tiered awards (bronze, silver, gold & platinum) for their efforts to learn about, implement, evaluate and investigate evidence-based instructional practices. All instructors at Kent State, including graduate students and faculty of all appointment types (TT, NTT, adjunct), are eligible to participate.

The SILVER AWARD recognizes learning best practices for instruction and developing a plan to use them.

Learn more about the Teaching Recognition Awards and the awards program description.

POSTED: Wednesday, January 17, 2024 08:50 AM
Updated: Wednesday, January 17, 2024 10:44 AM