Assistant Professor Frank Goeddeke was accepted to the first cohort of Quality Online Faculty Fellows

Headshot of Frank GoeddekeFrank Goeddeke, an assistant professor of teaching in management at WSU Mike Ilitch School of Business, was recently accepted to the first cohort of Quality Online Faculty Fellows, a program that engages faculty partners to build and document high-quality online learning experiences for WSU students. 

This honor allows Goeddeke and other selected faculty to receive professional development in online teaching and training to be Quality Matters certified reviewers of courses. Selected faculty also receive an annual stipend for their contributions to the program.  

Fellows of the program will work with the Office for Teaching and Learning to shape the future of online learning programs by training new fellows, assessing methods and implementation, and weighing in on new processes to advance the sustainability of the program.  

Christine Jackson, chair of the management department at WSU Mike Ilitch School of Business, shared her thoughts on the appointment. “The Fellows Program will allow Frank, who is already Quality Matters certified, to share his expertise with the wider WSU community and be a wonderful resource within our community.” 

“I was a working student for 28 years, through 5 college degrees.  If online learning had been available then, that would have only been 14 years!” Goeddeke said. He wants to make online learning for students a great experience and recognizes that online learning opportunities at Wayne State are critical for success. 


-Jannet Hurtado-Blanco 

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