April 9, 2021

Lafayette news – Coming Together to Improve Quality of Teaching

When Tracie Addy, director of Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (CITLS), introduced the Teaching Squares program two years ago, she had a goal of bringing together faculty across several institutions who would benefit from reciprocal peer observation, self-reflection, and group discussion.


March 19, 2021

Lafayette Today- What Inclusive Instructors Do

CITLS director Tracie Addy co-authored a book to guide faculty in creating classroom environments that help their students succeed.


February 25, 2021

Lafayette News – Promoting Equity and Inclusion

In light of the Black Lives Matter movement, anti-racist pedagogies have become increasingly important. Chris Phillips, professor of English and ‘20-’21 Distinguished Teaching Faculty Fellow, recently presented “Contemplating Racial Justice: Mindfulness and Race in the Classroom,” to Lafayette faculty.


February 16, 2021

The ASEE Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Let’s Not Underestimate the Power of Student Voice

Tracie Addy, Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning and Director, Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, Lafayette College, shares some her thoughts on how to foster a more inclusive classroom


January 15, 2021

Lafayette News: An Enduring Legacy

Lafayette faculty and staff including CITLS director, Dr. Tracie Addy, share how Martin Luther King Jr. shapes their work at the College 

October 29, 2020

Lafayette news: The Election and Civil Discourse

“We must understand and recognize that we’re all different. We have different political views and we can all have stressors associated with what’s going on right now. That can be for many reasons, whether it’s related to our social identities or concerns about our health, the health of our loved ones, or unrest across the country, among other challenges. You can apply the ideas from the session to many conversations about the election.”


September 8, 2020

Pullias Center for Higher Education

Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) in Pennsylvania was also named a 2020 Delphi Award finalist for their work to provide professional development and foster a sense of community for over 900 non-tenure-track faculty and build connections and networking across the organization’s six different participating institutions. “The development of our non-tenure-track faculty consortial community started as a clear need as well as an opportunity,” states Dr. Tracie Addy, Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning, Lafayette College and part of the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges Community of Practice for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty team.


August 27, 2020

Lafayette News

Expert Commentary: Partnering with Students is Critical


August 27, 2020

University Business

Three campus leaders explain why higher ed must systematically integrate students into planning efforts at both the class and the institutional levels.


August 17, 2020

Lafayette News

Two years ago, in an effort to figure out what factors were important for inclusive teaching, associate dean of teaching and learning, Tracie Addy, Peter C.S. d’Aubermont, M.D., Scholar of Health and Life Sciences and associate dean of teaching and learning, Khadijah A. Mitchell, and Derek Dube, associate professor of biology at University of Saint Joseph, conducted a survey study with instructors at institutions across the country.


August 11, 2020

Lafayette News

Rethinking and Refining for the Fall Semester – “The Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (CITLS) and the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) have been providing really powerful and useful guides for those of us who are concerned about building community [remotely].”


August 5, 2020

Inside Higher Ed

Fostering an Inclusive Classroom – All instructors can take small steps to start building such learning environments from the start of a course, regardless of the modality, write Tracie Marcella Addy, Derek Dube and Khadijah A. Mitchell.


June 25, 2020

Lafayette News

‘SCOPES’ facilitate conversation around multiculturalism, equity, and social justice.


April 23, 2020

the new york times

Faculty at Lafayette College, in Easton, Penn., trained in making document cameras at home using cardboard and rubber bands.


March 26, 2020

Lafayette News

ITS and CITLS Tackle Challenges with Creativity.


March 16, 2020

Lafayette News

Faculty, Staff Prepare for Remote Teaching and Learning.


March 16, 2020

Lafayette News

College Responds to Rapidly Evolving COVID-19 Challenges.


October 25, 2019

The Lafayette

How to make an inclusive classroom: faculty workshop discusses ways to incorporate students in the teaching process.


August 29, 2019

lehigh valley association of independent colleges

On Tuesday, August 20, LVAIC gathered nearly 60 visiting, adjunct, and contingent faculty at Lafayette College for a welcoming reception and professional development workshop. This program hosted individuals who teach from across the LVAIC community, some of whom serve as faculty on more than one LVAIC campus.


May 22, 2019

lafayette news

When Teachers Teach Each Other

Director Tracie Addy initiated Teaching Squares with three primary goals in mind: to expose faculty members to new ideas and methods of teaching; to prompt faculty to reflect on their own teaching styles; to build relationships among faculty across disciplines.


April 3, 2019

Lafayette News

A Stronger Sense of Faculty Community
Director Tracie Addy describes the strategic goals of CITLS.


March 20, 2019

the lafayette

International students in American education system: workshop aims to educate faculty members on inclusive teaching.


March 19, 2019

Association of American Colleges and Universities Webinar

The Evolving Contributions of Teaching Centers in Rewriting the Value Narrative of Education
Director Tracie Addy discusses how CITLS is rewriting the value narrative of education at Lafayette College.