On the Community Corner page, UA educators from various disciplines will share a wealth of teaching expertise. Check out their advice to help enrich your teaching methods across diverse classrooms, ensuring every student at UA receives an exceptional and holistic education.

Community Corner: Dr. Sarah Robinson

Dr. Sarah Robinson, clinical assistant professor in the Capstone College of Nursing, shares how reflection and adaptation helped improve student experiences in one of her courses.

Community Corner: Dr. Sandy Pettit

Student success can be linked to a student’s perception of social support on campus, their feelings of connectedness and their sense of belonging. When difficulties arise in these areas, it can lead to a variety of educational challenges.

Community Corner: Dr. Jennifer Humber

Dr. Jennifer Humber, assistant professor in the Department of Consumer Sciences and director of the graduate certificate program in Conflict Resolution, submitted her advice for building community in online courses.

Community Corner: Dr. Laura McNeill

Dr. Laura McNeill, assistant professor and Instructional Technology master’s degree program coordinator in the UA College of Education, submitted a tip for staying engaged with her students.

Community Corner: Dr. Carla Blakey

Dr. Carla Blakey, assistant professor and undergraduate program coordinator for Sport Management, submitted a tip for staying engaged with her students.

Community Corner: Douglas Klutz

Douglas Klutz, instructor in the department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, gives his advice on lecturing in large classroom.