UT is a strategic partner of the National Society of Experiential Education...
The University of Tampa is a strategic partner of the National Society of Experiential Education (NSEE). NSEE is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses and community leaders founded in 1971. The mission of NSEE is to foster the effective use of experience as an integral part of education in order to empower learners and promote the common good. The University of Tampa supports the use of learning through experience in five main types of settings: service-learning, internships and cooperative education, faculty-mentored undergraduate research, education abroad and leadership development.
As the Southern Regional Institute of NSEE, The University of Tampa hosts annual workshops in the fall and spring for experiential educators interested in pursuing a certificate from the Experiential Education Academy. The next workshop will be held March 29, 2014.
Graduates of the NSEE Academy
Ross Bartow, Coordinator and Lecturer, Sport Management
Marca Bear, Associate Dean of International Programs
Colleen Beaudoin, Instructor, Mathematics
Kathryn Branch, Associate Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Susan Brinkley, Chair/Associate Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Amy Brownlee, Assistant Professor, Management
Maureen Butler, Assistant Professor, Accounting
Christine Harrington, Assistant Professor, Finance
Scott Husband, Associate Professor, Psychology
Dean Koutroumanis, Assistant Professor, Management
Gary Luter, Director of the Honors Program
Rebecca Olsen, Associate Professor, Health Sciences and Human Performance
Gary Simon, Director of Adult and Summer Academic Programs
Walter Smith, Associate Professor, Accounting
Susan Steiner, Chair/Associate Professor, Management
Alex Tan, Assistant Professor, Finance
Stephanie Thomason, Associate Dean, Sykes College of Business
Jen Wortham, Associate Professor, Health Sciences and Human Performance