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Hannah Ericson

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Doctoral Student

B.S. in Biology, University of Iowa 2020

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To promote the use of evidence-based teaching practices, teaching evaluation needs to support, recognize, and incentivize their use. Teaching evaluation is inadequate in this regard at many institutions, relying solely on student end-of-course surveys instead of multiple sources of evidence. My research focuses on the changes to teaching evaluation that are occurring at UGA, as well as the factors influencing these shifts in different units.

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Articles Featuring Hannah Ericson

Hannah Ericson, PhD candidate in Genetics, finished first place in the annual UGA Three-Minute Thesis Competition!

The exercise develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of students’ capacities to…

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