Center for Faculty Development
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Staff

  • David Green

    David Green

    Director
    Phone: 206.296.5386
    Building/Room: Hunthausen 124
    David Green received his B.A. and Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Birmingham (U.K.), and an M.A. in Education and Professional Development from Birmingham City University (BCU). Before becoming a faculty developer, David was Chair of Languages and International Business at BCU and has teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate level in foreign language, literature, cross-cultural management, communications, and higher education. He publishes research on academic identity and faculty perceptions of both student characteristics and the field of teaching and learning. David is Co-Editor of the International Journal for Academic Development and co-author (with Celia Popovic) of Understanding Undergraduates: Challenging Our Preconceptions of Student Success, published in the USA and UK by Routledge (2012). Click here to view Dr. Green's current CV. Click here to find out more about Dr. Green's most recent research study.
    Jacquelyn Miller

    Jacquelyn Miller

    Associate Director for Faculty Professional Development
    Phone: 206.296.5446
    Building/Room: Hunthausen 123
    Jacquelyn Miller received her B.S. from Milligan College and an M.A. and a Ph.D. with a specialization in early American and early modern European history from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She joined the Seattle University Department of History in 1994, was promoted to Associate Professor in 2000, and served as the Department Chair from 2001–05, as the Director of the Diversity, Social Justice, and Citizenship track in the University Core from 2003–05, and as the Director of the Women’s Studies program from 2001–02. She served as the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs from 2006 to 2012. In that role, she oversaw the development of CETL (now the Center for Faculty Development) and the creation of ORSSP, chaired a task force on campus diversity, led a working group on the assessment of learning outcomes, served on the Faculty Handbook Revision Committee and acted as Title IX Coordinator for the university. Click here to view Dr. Miller's current CV.
    Therese Huston

    Therese Huston

    Faculty Development Consultant
    Phone: 206.296.2378
    Building/Room: Hunthausen 123
    Therese Huston received her B.A. from Carleton College and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University. She was also awarded a prestigious post-doctoral fellowship with the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition. Therese was the Founding Director of CETL (now the Center for Faculty Development) and served as Director from 2004 to 2010. Drawing upon her background in cognitive science, she has spent the past decade helping smart faculty make better decisions about their teaching. Her first book, Teaching What You Don't Know, was published by Harvard University Press (2009). Click here to view Dr. Huston's current CV.
    Sven Arvidson

    Sven Arvidson

    Senior Faculty Fellow
    Phone: 206.296.5470
    Building/Room: Casey 4E
    Sven Arvidson received his B.A. in Human Development from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and his M.A. in Phenomenological Psychology from Duquesne University. His M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy are from Georgetown University. View Dr. Arvidson's current CV.
    Megan Otis

    Megan Otis

    Senior Administrative Assistant
    Phone: 206.296.2144
    Building/Room: Hunthausen 120
    Megan Otis joined the Center in October 2013 from Seattle University's College of Education, where she worked as an administrative assistant for several graduate programs. Megan received her B.A. and M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from Western Washington University. She is a co-editor of the book Engaging student voices in the study of teaching and learning from Stylus Publishing (2010).