Susan Sipple


Susan Sipple is Associate Professor of English at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College. Sipple teaches literature, composition, and developmental writing; she is a 29-year teaching veteran who has taught at two-year open-access colleges, four-year liberal arts colleges, and major state universities. She has won several awards for her teaching, including UC’s A.B. “Dolly” Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching and UC’s Boyce Award for Outstanding Teaching. She is a member of UC’s Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning. Her most recent scholarship includes research on study abroad, faculty learning communities, faculty burnout, and instructor feedback on student writing. In addition, she has won research awards from the National Association for Developmental Education and the Ohio Association for Developmental Education.

Author's Books

Developing Faculty Learning Communities at Two-Year Colleges

Collaborative Models to Improve Teaching and Learning

Edited by Susan Sipple and Robin Lightner
Foreword by Milton D. Cox

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