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This year’s Welcome Titans (formerly Fall Faculty) event is scheduled for Aug. 9, 2018, from 8 a.m. to noon at the First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks, Fellowship Center, 12685 Ulmerton Rd, Largo, FL.

 

During the annual welcome back event, the college will recognize its 2018 Professors Emeriti:

Get more information on the Welcome Titans 2018 page.

This year’s Fall Faculty event is scheduled for August 10, 2017, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N, St. Petersburg.

Professors Emeriti 2017

 

During the annual welcome back event, the college will recognize its 2017 Professors Emeriti:

Get more information on the Fall Faculty page.

SPC-Fall-Faculty-Professors-Emeriti-2016This year’s Fall Faculty event is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 11, 8 a.m. to noon at the Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N, St. Petersburg.

During the annual welcome back event, the college will recognize its 2016 Professors Emeriti:

Visit the emeriti page or the individual emeriti pages to leave a comment and honor these educators! You do not need to log in to leave a comment, but you will be prompted to leave your name and email address.

The success of our students and efforts of our outstanding faculty are reflected in the theme for this year’s event: “Community of Educators:  Navigating the Sea of Learning.

Get more information on the Fall Faculty page.

 

This year’s Fall Faculty event is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N, St. Petersburg.

SPC faculty educate with excellence as they support students in their progress on their defined career pathway. As educators, it is our job to chart students’ journey to success; to be the students’ guiding light and beacon of hope. The spirit of this purpose is captured in this year’s theme, “Community of Educators: Navigating the Sea of Learning.”

Get more information on the Fall Faculty page.

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At Fall Faculty on Thursday, Aug. 13, St. Petersburg College will honor the four Professors Emeriti who have been nominated by faculty and staff. Before this year’s Fall Faculty event, share your memories and congratulate this year’s emeriti on the SPC Faculty blog.

The annual Professors Emeriti awards honor some of the engaging, caring faculty who have helped generations of students succeed.

Read their stories on the SPC Faculty blog and take time to honor them with your well wishes. The comments you leave will be included in a keepsake book for each honoree.

The Professors Emeriti for 2015 are:

See the bios of previous honorees:

Professors Emeriti bannerAt Fall Faculty on Thursday, Aug. 14, St. Petersburg College will honor the 10 Professors Emeriti who have been nominated by faculty and staff. Before this year’s Fall Faculty event, share your memories and congratulate this year’s emeriti on the SPC Faculty blog.

The annual Professors Emeriti awards honor some of the engaging, caring faculty who have helped generations of students succeed.

Read their stories on the SPC Faculty blog and take time to honor them with your well wishes. The comments you leave will be included in a keepsake book for each honoree.

The Professors Emeriti for 2014 are:

See the bios of previous honorees:

Beginning this month, a nominated faculty member will be highlighted in recognition of his or her teaching excellence and desire to learn, and will hold up their example as a model for the whole college. All faculty nominations will be reviewed by a four-person CETL committee.

The mission of the Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning (CETL) is to support, recognize and reward faculty in the pursuit of excellence in teaching, learning and assessing to promote the success of SPC students.

Andrea Kelly

Andrea Kelly

Andrea Kelly, Professor in the College of Education at the Clearwater Campus, has been selected as the first Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning Faculty Spotlight.

“I feel that I was nominated because my colleagues see and understand the effort that goes into what I do,” Kelly said.

Her career at the college began in Mathematics Education at the Clearwater Campus in July 2006. Before that, she taught middle school mathematics and worked as an adjunct faculty member at Aurora Community College and Arapahoe Community College in Colorado, as well as graduate courses online at Walden University and Kaplan University.

“Andrea has an excellent rapport with students,” said Kim Hartman, Dean, College of Education. “She is a very dedicated faculty member who readily takes leadership roles in the College of Education. She is an extremely hard-working, well-liked faculty member and is a model for new teachers.”

Kelly cites her biggest challenge in preparing education students is helping them to realize their own potential.

“Both mathematics and teaching can be challenging,” she said. “Sometimes students doubt their ability to do one or the other.”

She received both a Bachelor of Arts in pure mathematics and secondary education and a Master of Arts in pure mathematics from Hunter College, City University of New York in 2000. She received her Doctor of Philosophy in curriculum and instruction from the University of Denver in 2005.

In her faculty nomination survey, professor Cher Gauweiler wrote: “Dr. Kelly is an outstanding professor, colleague, and leader. She demonstrates a passion for her subject area and through her enthusiasm, others become excited about the subject, too. Dr. Kelly genuinely cares about her students and goes above and beyond to see that they succeed.”

To nominate a colleague, please complete a CETL Faculty Spotlight survey and share why this faculty member should be featured.