Nevada Engineering Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (NEATLE) consists of four principals, known as PAWS: Prepare, Advance, Welcome and Serve.
To prepare students and faculty for excellence in education, the goals are defined to:
- address remedial skills missing from students’ knowledge base;
- ensure compliance with the University’s policies;
- contribute to graduate student experiences; and
- develop a library of training modules, research-informed content and evidence-based pedagogical methods.
- Director of NEATLE
- Associate Dean for Student Affairs
- Assistant Dean for Assessment, Compliance and Evaluation
- Administrative assistants/ managers for Tutoring Center
- Platform specialist
- Director, University Advancements in Teaching Excellence
- Help student acknowledge skill deficit to take resolution action and provide remedial training opportunities.
- Enhance Tutoring Center to address remedial skills.
- Research and design a requirement to demonstrate skill achievement before declaring engineering as a major.
- Develop modular trainings.
- Enhance the reputation of the College of Engineering by producing graduate students with qualifications for teaching.
- Partner with University Advancement in Teaching Excellence Center and National Centers (i.e., CIRTL).
- Create library platform.