2012 Dziuban Award – Amanda Groff

Amanda Groff, Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Sciences, was awarded the Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching by the Center for Distributed Learning (CDL). The award presentation occurred during the Showcase event that concluded the spring section of CDL’s faculty development program for online and blended teaching, IDL6543. Professor Groff received the 2012 Dziuban Award for demonstrating excellence in online teaching for her course, ANT3302 Sex, Gender and Culture.

Amanda Groff
Amanda Groff from the Department of Anthropology.

Recognition

The winner received an iPad tablet along with a stipend to attend the Sloan-C Asynchronous Learning Networks Conference in Orlando

Honorable Mention(s)

Debbie Hahs-Vaughn
Department of Educational and Human Sciences, College of Education and Human Sciences

About the Award

Named after UCF’s Chuck Dziuban, the award recognizes one outstanding UCF faculty member who has taught at least one blended or fully online course within the previous academic year. Dziuban is an internationally acclaimed leader in online learning and, among many other recognitions, was named UCF’s first Pegasus Professor and is currently a Professor Emeritus.

View past Dziuban Award Recipients.