Kenneth S. Sagendorf


Kenneth S. Sagendorf is the founding Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and a Professor at Regis University – a Jesuit University in Denver, CO. He holds degrees in biology (B.S.), applied exercise physiology (M.S.), and College Science Teaching (Ph.D.). In his 20+ years in higher education, he has worked as a faculty member and administrator at four academic institutions – from small state schools to research institutions to the United States Air Force Academy. His own scholarship focuses on creating environments and cultures conducive to student learning – at the lesson, course, program, and curricular levels. His publications include books on incorporating disability into the college classroom and curriculum and promoting academic integrity through classroom instruction.

Author's Books

Building a Pathway to Student Learning

A How-To Guide to Course Design


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