The Center for Faculty Support & Teaching Innovation
The Faculty Center seeks to envision and operationalize the evolving needs of teaching and learning as well as supporting faculty from onboarding through promotion and retirement. To fulfill this mission, the Center hosts workshops and conversations, organizes mentoring and demonstrates a commitment to faculty success. For questions about the Center activities or to make suggestions for programming and services please contact the Director, Dr. Stacey Floyd at email@example.com
Location: 117 Franks, First Floor
About the Director
Stacey Floyd is an Associate Professor of English. Her Ph.D in English is from the University of Kentucky and she has Masters and Bachelors degrees in both Education and English. She has published a chapter in Teaching Victorian Literature in the Twenty-first Century (2017)and in MLA's Options for Teaching Laboring-Class Literature (2018). She has also published “The Specter of Class: Revision, Hybrid Identity, and Passing in Great Expectations” in Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Identity (2012) in addition to New Woman Writers, Authority and the Body (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009) with Melissa Purdue and a selection on working-class literature for Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism in 2011. Her research and teaching interests include representations of the working class in the long nineteenth century as well as High Impact Practices in teaching and learning and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.