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University Hall 5120
Mail Stop 934
University Teaching Center
Location: University Hall 5120
Mail Stop: 934
University Teaching Center
2801 W. Bancroft MS 934
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
To request service, please complete the University Teaching Center
service request form found here.
Meet the Team
Constance J. Shriner, Ph. D.
In her role as Associate Provost of Faculty Development, Dr. Shriner is responsible for providing faculty development opportunities across both campuses. She works to develop programming and resources that will be available through the University Teaching Center.
Dr. Shriner is a life-long resident in the Toledo area and has been involved in teaching
and in education throughout her entire career. Her past experiences include teaching
students at all levels, junior high and high school math in addition to mathematics
in a community college setting. She has also taught undergraduate and graduate classes
in the College of Education at the University of Toledo as well as at Bowling Green
State University. She has a special interest in the assessment of students’ learning
and research that identifies best practices in teaching.
Ms. Paprocki is now blending her academic and student services experience to further teaching and learning at the University. In her new role, Ms. Paprocki develops and facilitates various professional development seminars and workshops designed to enhance teaching and improve student engagement whereby increasing student success, persistence and graduation. She also trains faculty involved with UTC sponsored course development projects on making accessible course materials and utilizes her compliance expertise to assist faculty with aligning course learning objectives, teaching methodologies and assessment measures with the Ohio Board of Regents Transfer and Assurance Guidelines (TAGSs) and Ohio Transfer Module (OTM). Ms. Paprocki remains connected to students by serving as the Student Observer Program Director.
Ms. Paprocki earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of Toledo and is currently working on her dissertation as the final requirement to earning her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. She is a member of numerous professional associations and actively participates in the Toledo ASPIRE Network. Ms. Paprocki has a passion for advancing teaching and learning, subscribes to cradle to career educational pathways and believes the appropriate mix of disruptive and innovative strategies and solutions are essential for moving education forward without leaving students behind.