Hogan, Kelly A.
STEM Teaching Professor
Associate Dean of Instructional Innovation, College of Arts & Sciences
104B Wilson Hall
(919) 843-6047 (office)
- The Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (2015)
- NACADA’s 2015 Outstanding Advising Award for Faculty
- Carolina Women’s Leadership Council Mentoring Award, UNC, (2014)
- Bryan Public Service Award, UNC (2014)
- Spirit of Inquiry Award, Pope Foundation for Higher Education (2011)
- UNC Biology Department Instructor of the Year (2011 and 2016)
- Chapman Family Chancellor’s Award, UNC (2011)
- UNC Student Undergraduate Teaching and Staff Award (2010)
- Want to Reach All of Your Students? Here’s How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive. Advice Guide. Chronicle Of Higher Education, July 22, 2019.
- Campbell Biology’s Concept and Connections, 8th, 9th, and 10th editions. Pearson.
- Campbell Essential Biology, 5th Edition. Pearson, 2015
- Instructor Exchange: Sharing ideas across non- and mixed-majors biology classrooms
- Stem Cells and Cloning
About My Teaching and Educational Projects:
- Are college Lectures Unfair? A New York Times article featuring my work with co-author Sarah Eddy.
- A New York Times article about a CBE LSE research article with co-author Sarah Eddy, detailing the benefits of an interactive, structured classroom in a large STEM course. See additional articles in INSIGHT Diversity and The Atlantic
- An essay (A “UT Austin Innovation Abstract“) with my personal perspective on changing my teaching from an instructor-centered to student-centered approach.
- An Inside Higher Ed article and a UNC Gazette article detailing how Carolina is innovating in STEM classrooms and a video.
- Videos: UNC Commencement address and Closing the Achievement Gap.
- Personal Genomic Testing. What are our students thinking? A blog post at the Center for Genomics and Society with a student of mine.
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Dr. Hogan’s Study-Workshop-fall-2013