Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
University of Southern Indiana
Dr. Amy Chan-Hilton is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL) and a Professor of Engineering at the University of Southern Indiana (USI). Her current work focuses on faculty development and advancement, a systems approach to STEM education, and facilitating educational transformation to support student success. She leads an NSF-supported project to explore faculty-driven learning analytics tools to provide actionable insights to instructors as they support student success in STEM foundational courses.Â
Prior to joining USI, Amy served as an NSF Program Officer in the Division of Undergraduate Education and Division of Engineering Education and Centers, where she was continuously inspired by the innovative endeavors by dedicated researchers and practitioners to advance and impact STEM education and research. Previously, Amy was a member of the faculty and served as Associate Chair in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at the Florida A&M University-Florida State University joint College of Engineering. She earned Civil and Environmental Engineering degrees from the University of Virginia and MIT.
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Fostering Faculty Engagement through Learning Analytics and Inquiry Communities part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Events:Meetings and Conferences:Transforming Institutions Conference 2021:Program:Poster Presentations:Poster Session A:Poster Session A-2
The goals of this early capacity-building project are to strengthen the data infrastructure for faculty and cultivate faculty buy-in for engaging in STEM education transformation to improve student outcomes. The ...
June 2021 NAGT Webinar Series Interest
2023 Transforming Institutions Conference Interest
2021 Transforming Institutions Base Camp 3
ASCN Working Group 5: Equity and Inclusion Supporters
Workshop Participant (4 workshops)
June 2021 Organization-focused Networks as Levers for Change: A Research-based Theoretical Framework to Conceptualize and Advance their Work
June 2021 Promotion and Tenure: Continuing to Evolve University Systems of Academic Reward and Advancement