After an open call for proposals, the CTE Faculty Advisory Committee selected five FLCs for 2012 and 2013.

Three FLCs began in the fall 2012 semester.

Digital Humanities
facilitated by Gary Lewandowski (mathematics & computer science) and Alison Morgan (library)

Engaging and Promoting the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
facilitated by Kandi Stinson (sociology) and Kathy Hart (psychology)

Teaching Honors / Scholars Courses at Xavier
facilitated by Dena Morton (mathematics & computer science) and Sandy Korros (history)

Faculty Legacy Projects
facilitated by E. Paul Colella and Mary Lisa Vertuca


Two more FLCs began in January 2013 and met for the remainder of the calendar year.

Experiential Learning
facilitated by Kathleen Smythe (history) and Elizabeth Groppe (theology)

The Human Good:  Building Continuity Across the Curriculum
facilitated by Gabe Gottlieb (philosophy) and Amy Whipple (history)