The CCTL has collaborative leadership.

Co-directors

Claire Buck
Claire Buck is a Professor of English and a member of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program. The author of Conceiving Strangeness in British First World War Writing (Palgrave 2015), she studies war writing and memory in a colonial and international frame. Claire’s commitment to student centered learning emerged early in her career in England, where she taught at an open access university. Since coming to Wheaton in 1999, she has organized and facilitated workshops for faculty on pedagogy, curricular change, and assessment. She is the 2018 President of the Association of Departments of English (ADE), and has presented at AAC&U, Bryn Mawr’s Blended Learning Conference, MLA, and ADE Summer Seminars. Her publications on pedagogy have appeared in the ADE Bulletin and Feminist Teacher.

Cary Gouldin is the Humanities Liaison at Wheaton’s Wallace Library. She provides in-class information and digital literacy instruction, conducts one-on-one research consultations with students, and collaborates with faculty on digital pedagogy and instructional design. She served on the Task Force that drafted the original CCTL proposal.

M. Gabriela Torres
M. Gabriela Torres is a Professor of Anthropology and Co-Coordinator of the Public Health Program. She is a cultural anthropologist that specializes in the study of violence– particularly gender based violence– and state formation. In addition to her scholarship, she is a devoted teacher/mentor and has thrice been awarded the faculty appreciation prize at Wheaton College. She has led workshops with faculty and graduate students on teaching in the liberal arts colleges, teaching Anthropology, interactive discussion, technology in the classroom and feminist pedagogy since 2000. Her work on pedagogy has been presented at numerous conferences including POD, AAC&U, the CHCI Small Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges Network Conference, Bryn Mar’s Blended Learning Conference, NITLE Workshops and Webinars, and published in Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning.

 

CCTL Advisory Board

The CCTL is transitioning from a Steering Committee, which helped guide the Center through its first year, to an Advisory Board. The eight-member board will include faculty, staff, and students. A complete list of members is forthcoming.