As the director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Terri oversees the work of the center, leads the instructional design staff and consults with faculty on instructional topics that include teaching online, designing curriculum, and developing learning outcomes. She directs the Curriculum Enhancement Grant initiative  Prior to joining the Center for Teaching and Learning in 2000, she served as the director of associate faculty development in the IUPUI Office for Professional Development. She began teaching part-time for the Department of Psychology in 1994, most recently teaching an online Child and Adolescent Psychology course. Terri was the Co-PI on a National Science Foundation grant titled The Role of Centers for Teaching and Learning in Improvement of Undergraduate Engineering Education Workshop. She belongs to the Professional and Organizational Development Network, a professional organization for educational developers. 
Bachelor of Arts, Ball State University, Psychology
Master of Arts, Ball State University, School Psychology
PhD, Purdue University, Developmental Psychology
teacher education classroom instruction distance learning higher education, public professional development
Professional and Organizational Development Network