Angela Jenks named a Provost's Teaching Fellow during the 2018-19 academic year
- October 18, 2018
- Anthropologist's dedication to teaching and promoting student success as well as engaging colleagues in discussions and reflections on pedagogy will contribute to UCI’s core mission of excellence in undergraduate education
Angela Jenks, anthropology assistant teaching professor, has been named a Provost's Teaching Fellow during the 2018-19 academic year by Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor and Distinguished Professor, Enrique J. Lavernia. As a Provost’s Teaching Fellow, Jenks will undertake a project that will encourage her colleagues to deepen their pedagogical knowledge and provide models that can be replicated throughout the campus and in institutions of higher education across the country. Additionally, Jenks will contribute her knowledge as part of the Active Learning Institute which will help UCI greatly expand this program to ensure access for all interested instructors. The Department of Anthropology is proud of this acknowledgement for Jenks and her leadership and dedication to excellence in higher education at UCI.