Testimonials

“Virginia shared her abundant knowledge in an engaging way and made suggestions tailored to our needs.  She helped the members of my department to reflect on the strengths and the limitations of our current approaches to teaching and to strategize collectively about ways to move forward in the future.”

Lisa Levenstein, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of North Carolina – Greensboro

 

“Virginia Lee’s insights into our program provided us with new and important ways to think about our work.”

Patty Payette, Executive Director, Ideas to Action and Associate Director, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville

 

“In the two programs that she conducted with the faculty of Oxford College, Virginia Lee engaged a wide range of faculty across the liberal arts disciplines in thoughtful and useful dialogue.  With each visit, she also left us materials that we are using a year or more later as our own Inquiry-Guided Learning courses take shape.”

Jeffery Galle, Director, Center for Academic Excellence, Oxford College of Emory University

 

“Few consultants have the combination of expertise, fluency and experience that Virginia Lee possesses as it pertains to a discussion of teaching and learning in the context of outcomes assessment . . .”

James A. Anderson, Chancellor, Fayetteville State University

 

“Virginia provided the staff in our faculty development center with a beautifully planned and delivered two-day workshop on course design.  She spoke with experience, authority, and substance . . . I received overwhelmingly positive feedback from our staff . . . Our thanks to Virginia for creating the framework and the space for making all of the above possible.”

Mary Deane Sorcinelli, Associate Provost for Faculty Development, University of Massachusetts – Amherst

 

“Working with Virginia Lee has been a true delight.  Knowledgeable, professional, and unflappable, . . . [she] succeeded in reaching even the smart, outspoken skeptics during a two-day course design workshop.” 

Leslie Ortquist-Ahrens, Director, Center for Teaching & Learning, Otterbein University

 

“Virginia’s presentations are carefully researched and with colleagues’ needs in mind.”

 Milt Cox, Associate Director, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching, Learning and University Assessment, Miami University of Ohio, & Director, Lilly Conferences on College Teaching

 

“. . . Dr. Lee grounds her work in a deep understanding of the literature, yet she has the ability to demonstrate how research findings can be applied to engage learners in college and university classrooms . . .”

Alan Wright, PhD, Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning, University of Windsor