Center for the Enhancement of Teaching Advisory Board


The Kutztown University Center for the Enhancement of Teaching (CET) exists primarily to facilitate the involvement of faculty in a dialogue regarding the art and science of university teaching. The CET offers programs, activities, and resources to support excellent teaching throughout the university.
The CET advisory board reports to the Senate and is responsible for the following:

• Recommending CET events and programs to the CET faculty director.
• Assisting the CET faculty director with CET events and programs.
• Soliciting and responding to the needs, interests and concerns of the faculty on issues related to college-level teaching and learning.

Terms (as of April 2021): 3 years. Appointees: 6 of 12 members.

  • Membership



    Yun (Amy) Lu (Administrative Director; ex-officio)


    Karen Rauch (Associate Provost for Accreditation and Assessment; ex-officio)


    Darren Achey (College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Representative)**


    Michelle White (College of Education Representative)**


    M Halim Dalgin (College of Business Representative)**


    Pierette Kulpa (College of Visual & Performing Arts Representative)**


    Richard Heineman (Graduate Faculty Representative)**


    Karen Wanamaker (Library Committee designee)


    Tracey Keyes (Professional Development Committee designee)


    Michelle Sims (University Senate Representative)


    William J Jefferson (Office of Distance Education designee)


    Ty Kistler (Undergraduate Student Representative)


    TBD (Graduate Student Representative)


    * Indefinite Term of Office
    ** Appointed by Committee on Committees

  • Meeting Times

    None submitted at this time.

  • Mission & Bylaws
  • Agenda & Minutes

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For more information please contact:

University Senate


Phone: 610.683.4675

Students are invited to participate in the Kutztown University Governance and Advisory Committees. This is a great way to get to know others at the university,  become a part of the decision-making process and have your voice heard.  No prior experience necessary, just a genuine interest in being an active part of the community!

Student Government Board will reviews online applications on a rolling basis and makes student placements in early September.  Questions?  Please contact Leah in Student Involvement at   

Union Committee Representative: To be considered for a committee union position please contact a union representative.

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