Mills Kelly has officially begun his tenure as president of the the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL). On October 24-27, he presided over the society’s annual meeting in Bergen, Norway. A record number of attendees (650+) from 27 countries presented their research on teaching and learning in higher education across a wide variety of national and disciplinary contexts.
Founded 15 years ago at an international gathering of faculty and administrators interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, ISSOTL has quickly grown into the largest and most influential society concerned with teaching and learning in higher education. The society's membership includes both faculty and administrators, and includes a growing number of graduate students in its membership. Kelly was joined in Bergen by several other George Mason faculty, and by recent History Department PhD, Dr. Celeste Tường Vy Sharpe, now an academic technologist at Carleton College.
October 29, 2018