The purpose of the ACE Faculty Liaisons group is to establish department level connections between ACE and the FSU campus community. These connections will serve to enhance two-way communication and sharing of information between FSU faculty and ACE. The faculty liaisons will provide feedback and ideas regarding the direction of ACE programs and services that best meet the needs of faculty and students. Furthermore, the liaisons will afford a means of communicating ACE's mission and available services to academic departments across campus.
Ms. Annette Blackwelder, Math
A graduate of Appalachian State University with bachelor's and master's degrees in Mathematics, Annette has been a member of the non-graduate math teaching faculty since 1985. Her responsibilities have included conducting orientation activities for new graduate student teaching assistants, assisting with scheduling teaching assignments for TAs and teaching faculty, and classroom set-up for all basic math courses. She has been the Course Coordinator for MAC 1105, College Algebra, since 1988. Annette received a University Teaching Award in 1997.
Dr. Joe Calhoun, Economics
Joseph P. Calhoun is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics and the Assistant Director of the Stavros Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Economic Education at Florida State University. A graduate of Illinois State University with a BS in finance and economics and of DePaul University with an MBA, he began his career in the health care industry before leaving to become an economist. His Ph.D. is from the University of Georgia.
Dr. Lisa Liseno, Program for Instructional Excellence
Lisa Liseno is an Assistant Dean of The Graduate School at FSU, where she serves as the Director of the Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE) and the Fellows Society. Prior to working in the Graduate School she was a faculty member in Florida State's Academic Center for Excellence (ACE). She received a bachelor's degree from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis., where she double majored in philosophy and journalism. She then earned a master's degree in philosophy from Northern Illinois University, and a Ph.D. in philosophy from FSU. While a graduate student at FSU she served as a Teaching Assistant, Instructor, and Undergraduate Advisor in the Philosophy Department. In 2005 she earned an Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award for her teaching at Florida State. She also continues to teach philosophy courses as an adjunct instructor at FSU.
Dr. Trisha Terebelski, Biology
Trisha Terebelski received her Bachelor's Degree in Biological Science from the State University of New York, College at Brockport. After a few years of teaching high-school biology and chemistry, she attended graduate school at Florida State University and received both her Master's Degree and Ph.D. in Biological Science based on research in the emerging field of molecular phylogenetics and evolution with a focus on crustaceans. Dr. Terebelski continued this line of research for several years as a laboratory director at FSU; during this time she also served as North American Governor and President of The Crustacean Society. She now teaches full time in the FSU Department of Biological Science.
Ms. Holly Sudano, Business/Accounting
In her role as coordinator of the Introduction to Managerial Accounting course, Ms. Sudano teaches large sections of the course. She also serves as an advisor to various student groups, including the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting (ALPFA) and the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA). Additionally, she advises accounting students that compete in the KPMG â€“ ALPFA case study competition each summer, and she has also served as a faculty judge for the KPMG International Case Competition at FSU and a faculty mentor for the FSU PwC Tax Challenge competition. Prior to joining the faculty at FSU, Ms. Sudano worked at Accenture where she was responsible for the financial management of various client engagements. She is a licensed CPA in the State of Florida.
Faculty Liaison Members not pictured:
Dr. Mark Kearley, Chemistry
Dr. Charmane Caldwell, Engineering
Dr. Stephen McElroy, English
Dr. Shelley Ducatt, Student Disability Resource Center
Dr. Carlos Gomez, Counseling Center
Dr. Sherry Southerland, FSU Teach
Ms. Ann DelRossi, Faculty Development and Advancement
Dr. Jeannine Turner, Educational Psychology & Learning Systems