Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Quality Enhancement Plan Faculty Recognized at A&M-Kingsville

KINGSVILLE - May 07, 2009

Contact: Julie Navejar
julie.navejar@tamuk.edu or 361.593.2590

The 4th Annual Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Luncheon was held at Texas A&M University-Kingsville to recognized faculty for their efforts in improving student success through specialized coursework for the 2008-2009 academic year.

QEP was established in 2005 with the purpose of improving student learning through engagement. Each academic year, all A&M-Kingsville faculty are invited to submit a proposal to the QEP program. The proposal must entail civic, research or professional activities to an extent that surpasses present campus offerings in that topic.  

This year’s new QEP instructors recognized at the luncheon were:

Fall 2008
Faculty                                                             QEP Course
Oscar Diaz, assistant professor, music                MUSI 1132-Chamber Music

Manuel Flores, associate professor,                   COMJ 3321-Principles of Advertising
communications and theatre arts

Thomas McGehee, professor, physics and          GEOL 1303-Physical Geology
geosciences

Roger Tuller, associate professor, history            HIST 4380-Topic: Lincoln Seminar

Nuri Yilmazer, assistant professor, electrical         EEEN 2340-Digital Logic Design
engineering and computer science

Spring 2009
Faculty                                                                        QEP Course
Christopher Carrillo, assistant professor,              MUSI 4399-Advanced Trumpet Ensemble
music/Christine Ennis Carrillo, lecturer, music

Manuel Flores, associate professor,                    COMM 4306-Advanced Advertising
communications and theatre arts

Jim Glusing, lecturer, civil and architectural          AEEN 3335-Environmental Systems for Buildings
engineering/Gang Wang, assistant professor,
civil and architectural engineering

Thomas McGehee, professor, physics and           GEOL 1303-Physical Geology,
Geosciences                                                  GEOL 3431-Stratigraphy and
Sedimentology

Matthew Price, professor, political science          POLS 4370-Washington D.C. Program

Catherine Simpson, instructor, agronomy and     PLSS 3319-Landscape Design
resource sciences

Roger Tuller, associate professor, history            HIST 4301-Methods of Historical
                                                                        Research

Roberto Vela-Cordova, associate professor,        SPAN 4311-Spanish Linguistics
language and literature

Summer 2009                                                                       
Faculty                                                                        QEP Course
Reza Ahangar, associate professor,                    MATH 1314-College Algebra
mathematics/Rongdong Wang, professor,
mathematics                       

Sue Sabrio, lecturer, mathematics                    MATH 3390-Topic: Applications of
Fundamental Math


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