Instructional Programs

Sharmistha Haldar

Sharmistha assists with a variety of programs in the CTL as an Instructional Graduate Assistant. She completed her Bachelor's in Information Technology at the University of Mumbai. She is currently Pursuing Master's in Computer Science from University of North Carolina Charlotte. She worked as a Senior SAP developer for over 5 years in Vistex-Asia Pacific and provided training and programming

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.

Kellan Strong

Kellan assists the CTL staff with the student response system, Poll Everywhere, and with Canvas training and support.  She is a doctoral student in the Curriculum & Instructional Literacy program at UNC Charlotte. She has 9 years of experience in K-12 teaching, literacy research, and instructional design. Kellan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Johnson C. Smith University, a Masters of Arts in African American Studies from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Masters of Arts in Education from Gardner-Webb University.

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

Teresa Petty

Teresa M. Petty is an Associate Professor and Graduate Director for the Master of Arts in Teaching Program in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and K–12 Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Teresa’s teaching focuses on instructional design, teacher leadership, and mathematics methods. She has been teaching online courses for 10 years. Her research interests include online teaching/learning, particularly engagement in online courses, and National Board Certification.

Dean Adams

Dean Adams is presently Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Associate Dean of Performing Arts Services at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.