NTLC Advisory Board

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Advisory Board Members 2019-2020

The NTLC Advisory Board is comprised of faculty representatives from each college and select administrators. Members advise and assist the Director of NTLC on all matters relating to the main mission of the NTLC—to share and value teaching and learning.

The Board supports and helps monitor and evaluate the accomplishment of organizational goals. It also assists with strategic planning and envisioning programs, activities and events that are aligned with the Center's mission. Board members provide financial guidance for the NTLC yearly budget and they also strive to enhance the Center's public image by articulating its achievements and new directions to campus and the outside public.

Board member selection is based on faculty recommendations, an individual's past involvement with NTLC programs, and genuine interest in helping the Center grow and flourish. A cross representation from each of the colleges is actively sought. Member terms for faculty representatives last for three years.


Barb Bear

Assistant Professor

PHONE: 715-232-5618         
EMAIL: bearb@uwstout.edu

Kevin Doll

Associate Professor

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Kate Edenborg

Associate Professor

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Monika Herrmann

Associate Professor

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Renee Howarton

NTLC Director

PHONE: 715-232-5196         
EMAIL: howartonr@uwstout.edu

Katie Larson

Learning and Information Technology Consultant

PHONE: 715-232-1223          EMAIL: larsonkati@uwstout.edu

Dr. James McMullen

Program Director, Assistant Professor

James McMullen is the program director and assistant professor in the M.S. School Counseling program.
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Jamison Patrick

Senior Instructional Designer

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Matthew Simoneau

Program Director / Assistant Professor / Department Co-Chair

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Jeffrey Sweat

Associate Professor

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Sylvia Tiala

Director - Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center

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Todd Zimmerman

Associate Professor

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