Peggy Liggit, Director
Office: 109-D Bruce T. Halle Library
Dr. Peggy Liggit is Director of the Bruce K. Nelson Faculty Development Center. She earned her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology (Univ. of Nevada-Reno, 1994) and her undergraduate degree in Biology with certifications in secondary biology and chemistry education (Northern Arizona Univ., 1982.) Peggy is in her 21st year on EMU's campus. She served eleven years as a professor in the Department of Biology teaching and conducting research in science education, three years as Director of Academic Assessment, and is in her seventh year in the Faculty Development Center. Her research focus now includes learner-centered teaching in higher education, organizational learning, humanized assessment practices, and faculty peer-coaching.
Watch Peggy's TEDxEMU talk on "Teaching and Mentoring with Heart: It's OK to be Human."
Office: 109 Bruce T. Halle Library
Courtney Marshall, Graduate Assistant
Rachel Leonard, Graduate Assistant
Higher Education, HESA
Samantha Glowacki, Undergraduate
Cellular & Molecular Biology