The primary purpose of faculty development is to provide support to faculty all areas of faculty work, including the enhanced teaching and student learning and advising, scholarship and creative endeavors, and leadership development.
Amy B. Chan Hilton, PhD, PE, F.EWRI
Director of CETL
Amy has served as the Director of CETL since September 2015. Prior to joining USI, she was a faculty member at Florida State University in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and held roles that include Associate Chair and Associate Professor. While at FSU, her teaching has been recognized with national, university, and college awards. Amy also served as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation in the Divisions of Undergraduate Education and in Engineering Education and Centers during 2012-2015, with a focus on student retention and STEM education programs.
Responsibilities of the director include: