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QM Recognized Courses

North Carolina Central University, through our statewide subscription as a constituent member of the University of North Carolina System, encourages faculty to participate in professional development workshops offered by the Quality Matters Program.

Courses Recognized 

Please join the Office of e-Learning in congratulating the following faculty for receiving the Quality Matters Course Certification for their online courses. Each faculty member has invested much time, thought, and energy into ensuring a quality course design for our online students. Thank you for your dedication to Eagle Excellence…Online!

Kimneshondá Chavis, M.Ed.
Distance Education Coordinator, Human Sciences
FCSC 3631 – Practicum in Preschool and Kindergarten
10/29/15 – All Standards Met

Sonya Harris, M.P.H.
Adjunct Professor, Psychology
PSY 2400 – Intro to Stat
7/21/15 – All Standards Met

Cheresa Simpson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
EDU 3030 – Diversity Pedagogy and Social Change
7/3/15 - All  Standards Met

Racheal Brooks, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Office of e-Learning
SPAN 1151 – Elementary Spanish II
6/8/15 – All Standards Met

Stephanie Freeman, M.A., M.T.S.
Lecturer, Language and Literature
HUM 2420 - Arts and Humanities II
1/21/16 – All Standards Met

Laurell Malone, Ed.D.
Coordinator, Office of Faculty Professional Development
EDAM 5215 – Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
3/31/16 – All Standards Met

Tracey Barley, JD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
CRJU 4600 – Senior Seminar
5/4/16 – All Standards Met

Suzan Wasik, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
Associate Professor, Counseling
CON 5201 – Ethical and Professional Orientation to Counseling
12/22/16 – All Standards Met

Levette Dames, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Counselor Education Program
CON 5351 – Principles and Practices of Group Counseling 
1/19/17 – All Standards Met

Shanika L. Wilson, DSW
Assistant Professor, Social Work
SOCW 3500 – Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
2/8/17 – All Standards Met

Rachelle Gold, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, English
ENG 2340 – Contemporary African American Literature
3/2/17 – All Standards Met

 
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