Instructional Programs

Mohit Varma

Mohit Varma is a Research Assistant in the Center for Teaching and Learning. He is responsible for designing and building large scale Data-Intensive Analytics applications using Python, SQL, and Tableau to develop data visualizations and to build innovative strategies that would help the university to take a future decision that aims to improve the quality of education and future academia. He also helps in assisting various technology workshops for faculty and staff.

Kate Franklin

Kate Franklin is an Instructional Design Graduate Assistant in the Center for Teaching and Learning. She supports faculty in Poll Everywhere and Canvas use, conducts consultations with faculty members and co-facilitates instructional workshops/webinars. Kate is passionate about providing and maintaining effective educational spaces for UNC- Charlotte students. Kate received her B.A.

Greta Steber

Greta Steber is an Instructional Designer in the Center for Teaching and Learning with an M.S. in Instructional Systems Design/Open and Distance Learning from Florida State University and B.S. in Education from Auburn University. Greta collaborates with faculty on the design and development of online and blended courses.

Jules Keith-Le

Jules Keith-Le is an Instructional Design and Technology Specialist with the Center for Teaching and Learning. Jules has been working as an educator for over 15 years and has varied experience in the public and private sector. Prior to joining the CTL, she served UNC Charlotte for over 5 years in the Learning and Organizational Development Department.

Jennifer Hicks

Jennifer works as an Instructional Technologist in a dual role with the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS).  She received her M.S.

Enoch Park

Enoch serves as the Quality Matters / Online Learning Specialist, collaborating with faculty and academic programs.  He provides faculty workshops, instructional design consultation, course development support, and online/ blended learning course review, as a part of the University’s online learning quality assurance program through Quality Matters program.  

Lynn Wahl

Lynn Wahl is an Instructional Designer in the Center for Teaching and Learning. She partners with faculty in the redesign or development of blended and online courses. Lynn is passionate about leveraging technology and QM design standards to create innovative and successful student learning experiences. Lynn received her M.Ed in Instructional Technology from Idaho State University and her M.A. in English Literature from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Meredith Troutman-Jordan

 
Research Interest: 
Successful aging; health promotion of older adults; physical activity in older adults; arthritis management
Teaching Specialty: 
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing; Family Theory; Health Policy
Academic Interests: 
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Gerontology, Nursing Theory