Ashley Pérez receives Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching
At a recent faculty meeting, Dr. Ashley Pérez was greeted by senior University leaders as a recipient of a 2023 Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. As shared by the Office of Academic Affairs:
Proven to be an outstandingly effective and creative teacher, Ashley Pérez has taught at every level, including first-year seminars, high-enrolling 2000-level General Education courses, courses for majors and graduate seminars, noted her nominators. In 2017, she received the Margaret Lynd Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Department of Comparative Studies. She worked extensively designing undergraduate and graduate classes and has participated in the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning's instructional redesign program. Trained in comparative literature and the author of three novels, Pérez is interested in the ethical implications of how we tell, read, mediate and interpret narratives.
Ashley joins nine other faculty members in receiving this award, more information of which may be found in this news release.
Please join us in congratulating Ashley on this prestigious award!