CIRTL@TAMU Team and Partnerships

CIRTL@TAMU Team

Dr. Fuhui Tong

Interim Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate and Professional School

Professor and Co-Director | Center for Research and Development in Dual Language and Literacy Acquisition (CRDLLA) | Department of Educational Psychology | School of Education and Human Development

Dr. Julie Harlin

Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional School

Associate Professor Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications. 

Dr. Morgan Schweller

Professional Development Coordinator for Graduate and Professional School

Dr. Debra Fowler

Executive Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

Steering Committee Member representing the Center for Teaching Excellence, chief partner to GPS in coordinating CIRTL programs.

Dr. Ra'Sheedah Richardson

Associate Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

Serves as co-facilitator for the CIRTL Teaching-as-Research Fellowship Program and advises the CIRTL Academy of Future Faculty program.

Dr. Bahman Shahri

Instructional Consultant, Center for Teaching Excellence

Advisor to the CIRTL Academy for Future Faculty Program and CIRTL Graduate Teaching Consultant program Lead

Dr. Radhika Viruru

Clinical Professor, Teaching, Learning & Culture

CIRTL@TAMU Faculty Fellow. CIRTL Teaching-as-Research Fellows program lead.

CIRTL@TAMU Partnerships

In an effort to increase collaboration and connection within the Texas A&M University System, member universities are a part of Texas A&M University’s CIRTL membership, allowing their faculty, staff and students access to the CIRTL National Network’s extensive online resources at cirtl.net

Many of CIRTL@TAMU local programs, including the MOOC Local Learning Communities and Teaching As Research Fellows Program, are also open to all members of the Texas A&M University System. 

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