New Fellow in the College of Sciences

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Elizabeth Grauerholz, Ph.D., will be serving in the coming year as a Dean’s Fellow for the UCF College of Sciences. Her responsibilities will include the college’s assessment efforts.

Dr. Grauerholz is a professor of sociology at the University of Central Florida with areas of research interest that include the scholarship of teaching and learning, gender, family and childhood, and social psychology. She received her Ph.D. from Indiana University and was previously an associate professor of sociology at Purdue University in Indiana.

She is former editor of the journal Teaching Sociology published by the American Sociological Association (ASA). She is the recipient of many awards including the ASA’s 2004 Hans O. Mauksch Award, the ASA’s 2008 Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award, and Purdue University’s 1998 Charles B. Murphy Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.

Congratulations to Dr. Grauerholz on her new role with the College of Sciences.



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