Digital Faculty Fellows Program

Digital Faculty Fellows at Winona State

Welcome to WSU's Digital Faculty Fellows Program. Launched in September 2017, this program supports the use of digital courseware to improve engagement, personalization, and successful completion in one or more lower-division gateway courses and builds significantly on WSU’s history of transforming instructional practice through digital learning.

The program is an important part of a larger campus effort, led by Dr. Patricia L. Rogers, Winona State University Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. Dr. Rogers was one of 32 academic leaders from across the country selected by the Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) to participate in a new Digital Fellows Program

Meet WSU's 2017 Faculty Fellows

Assistant Professor of History & Legal Studies: Dr. Gregory Richard

Dr. Richard will be integrating CogBooks courseware into his History 151 - United States History Since 1865 Quality Matters certified online course.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Statistics:  Dr. Pingping Zhang

Dr. Zhang will be enhancing her use of the ALEKS Adaptive Learning System in her Math 115 - College Algebra course by integrating evidence-based video tutorials into the ALEKS system as supplemental resources. 

Learn more about the 2017 Faculty Fellows and the work they are doing.

Learn how to become a Digital Faculty Fellows.