Current Leadership Team
Wei Ming Dariotis
CEETL Faculty Director 2019 -
Professor of Asian American Studies
Wei Ming Dariotis is Faculty Director of the SF State Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL), professor of Asian American Studies, and affiliate faculty of the EdD in Educational Leadership at SF State. She holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from UCSB, and her research interests include race, gender, and science fiction; Asian American literature and poetry; critical mixed race cultural and literary studies; pedagogy studies; and educational leadership. She co-edited and co-curated, with Laura Kina, War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, two art exhibits and a book of the same name (UW Press, 2013). With Laura Kina and Camilla Fojas, she co-coordinated the Inaugural Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at DePaul University, 2010, and co-authored the definition of critical mixed race studies. She serves on the editorial board of Asian American Literatures: Discourses and Pedagogies, for which she guest-edited a special issue on mixed heritage Asian American literature and is co-editing a special issue on the 45th anniversary of the publication of the seminal Asian American literature anthology, Aiiieeeee! Her co-edited volume, Fight the Tower: Asian American Women Scholars' Resistance and Renewal in Academia, is published by Rutgers (2019).
Assistant Vice-President for Teaching and Learning | Faculty Affairs
Maggie Beers received her B.A. and M.A. in Spanish and Latin American Literature from UC Santa Barbara and her Ph.D. from the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia, where she investigated ways to prepare teachers to use audiovisual media, educational technology and digital ethnography methods to define and teach culture from a social justice perspective in modern language courses. With more than 20 years’ teaching and 10 years' administrative experience in public post-secondary institutions in the US, Canada, Spain and France, Maggie is passionate about providing faculty and students universal access to a wide range of teaching strategies and experiences in support of student success, many of which are enabled by technology. To this aim, Maggie feels fortunate to support the committed CEETL staff and faculty as we develop and expand our faculty development programs and services in support of effective, equitable and inclusive teaching and learning with (or without) technology.
Director, Teaching and Learning Programs and Services | Faculty Affairs
Teggin Summers has spent two decades working with educational technologies. From teaching in an online MOO to leading exploration of emerging technologies for teaching and learning, Teggin has broad experience with tools and techniques for engaging faculty around technology-enhanced, student-centered learning. At SF State, Teggin provides oversight and is responsible for developing, implementing and managing a comprehensive range of grants and campus-borne initiatives that support and advance all modes of effective teaching and learning. Current faculty development and project management activities support hybrid and online curriculum development, active learning space design and experimentation, affordable and open educational resources, academic integrity, ePortfolio assessment and Quality Learning & Teaching (QLT) peer review and certification, among others. Teggin received her B.S. from Virginia Tech in Psychology and her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in English, with specialities in Rhetoric and Composition, Theory, and Humanities Computing.
CEETL Operations & Communications Lead
Leilani Serafin received her Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from UC Davis, her B.A. and M.A. from Cal State LA and a Certificate in E-Learning Design and Development from SF State. She has taught at Cal State LA and UC Davis, where she also served as a graduate teaching fellow in their faculty development center. She has worked in research and knowledge management industries and is skilled in operations, communication, process documentation, instructional design, academic writing and developing e-learning modules.
Leadership Team Member for Life
Amy K. Kilgard
Founding Faculty Director 2017-2019
Professor & Chair of Communication Studies
Amy Kilgard is a professor and chair of Communication Studies at San Francisco State University. Her research and creative work exist at the intersections of performance (both everyday and aesthetic), pedagogy and consumerism. In the classroom, Amy works to create an environment where passion, compassion, risk and intervention thrive; where all participants feel supported and included; and where participants learn from one another through sharing personally vulnerable, culturally valuable, socially important performances that contribute to social justice. Amy is honored to have served as the first faculty director of the Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning at SF State.