Provost and Vice-President, Academic, Leo Groarke has announced the reappointment of Dr. Alan Wright to another five-year term as Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning.
“Windsor has earned a reputation as a university at the forefront of teaching and learning practices and research,” Dr. Groarke says. “The credit belongs to Dr. Wright and his colleagues in CTL.”
He says Dr. Wright’s leadership at the Centre for Teaching and Learning has been reflected provincially, nationally, and internationally in the success of its internal programs, nominations for external teaching awards, and successful applications for provincial funds for new initiatives and research in the areas of teaching and learning.
“I look forward to another five years of progress and success in this regard,” Groarke says.
UWindsor president Alan Wildeman says the leadership of Dr. Wright and his staff have had a significant impact on providing the best possible student experience.
“Our faculty and staff are very engaged in looking for innovative and positive new ways to reach our students, and Dr. Wright’s significant contributions at CTL go hand in hand with our goals as an institution.”