Anne Mosher named Provost Faculty Fellow
March 10, 2021 | Ellen de Graffenreid
Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost John Liu has named Anne E. Mosher, associate professor of geography and the environment in the Maxwell School, a Provost’s Faculty Fellow. Her fellowship will focus on advancing the University’s work in implementing the Shared Competencies and evaluating the use of high-impact practices in undergraduate education.
Mosher began her work on the Shared Competencies in 2017 as a member of the Senate Committee on Instruction and the following year joined the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Shared Competencies, a group she has chaired since the beginning of 2019. Mosher worked closely with Provost Faculty Fellow Mary Graham, the Senate Ad Hoc Committee and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment to gather input on and generate support for the Shared Competencies and corresponding framing language, leading to their overwhelming approval in the University Senate in 2018. “Anne Mosher’s substantial efforts in consensus building and her solid, trustworthy reputation among her faculty peers, were instrumental in achieving Senate approval for the Shared Competencies,” Graham says. Mosher then wrote a vision paper with the committee outlining the tenets of the shared competencies pilot operating system.
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