Sherrerd Center for Teaching & Learning
The Sherrerd Center for Teaching and Learning was founded in 2009 through a generous bequest from the family of Kathleen Compton Sherrerd '54 and John J. F. Sherrerd, longtime supporters of excellence in teaching at Smith College. The center enables the academic success of all Smith students through faculty development efforts that support teaching and learning at the college.
News & Events
Teaching and Learning in Tumultuous Times
As fall classes begin, we return to the familiar rhythm of the academic year. At the same time, however, all of us—students, faculty and staff—are affected by events in the world. Right now, we find ourselves teaching and learning in the wake of violence in Charlottesville and in the middle of hurricane season. If you are looking for resources, we recommend a webpage on Teaching After Charlottesville by Derek Bruff and our own PDF on Teaching in Tumultuous Times.
Pedagogical Partnership Program in the SAQ
An article about the Smith College Pedagogical Partnership Program was included in the Fall 2017 Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Flip to page 9 to read the article featuring Angelica Vargas '17, Tina Wildhagen, associate professor of sociology, and Floyd Cheung, director of the Sherrerd Center for Teaching & Learning and professor of English languages and literatures and American studies.
Lecturer in Mathematics & Statistics
Associate Professor of Dance
Design Clinic Director, Senior Lecturer in Engineering
Co-Director of the Design Thinking Initiative
Director of Educational Technology Services