- Instructional Associate Professor and Associate Director for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at the Center for Teaching Excellence
- Focus Area: An evidence-based approach to teaching and learning that is inclusive, supported by appropriate instructional technology, transformative, and immersively engaging.
- PLPM 322
- Website: https://scholars.library.tamu.edu/vivo/display/nc4f1316d/Persons/View%20All
- Undergraduate Education
- 2001-2005 B.S., Bioenvironmental Sciences, Texas A&M University
- Graduate Education
- 2005-2007 M.S., Water Management and Hydrological Science, Texas A&M University
- 2009-2012 Ph.D., Environmental Science, University of North Texas
- Courses Taught
- BESC 201-500 (Face to Face) & 700(Asynchronous Online) - Introduction to Bioenvironmental Sciences --Introduces students to global environmental issues with an emphasis on human impacts and the importance of biological processes Core Curriculum Life and Physical Sciences course Educates students inside and outside of the BESC major on the core curriculum standards of: Critical thinking, Communication, Teamwork, and Empirical and quantitative skills
- BESC 403 Environmental Sampling and Monitoring: Introduction to environmental sampling and monitoring methodology, which provides an overview of current applications of sampling and monitoring in the environmental sciences and places emphasis on practical aspects of sampling from air, soil, and water.
- BESC 484
- BESC 481
- UGST 181 (First Year Experience)
Areas of Expertise
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Design Thinking for Engaged Learning
An evidence-based approach to teaching and learning that is inclusive, supported by appropriate instructional technology, transformative, and immersively engaging.
Professor, and the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), where she is the Associate Director of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). In the PLPM department, she is an award-winning instructor in the Bioenvironmental Sciences (BESC) undergraduate program. Dr. Stoddard’s approach to teaching is evidence-based, student-focused, and inclusive. Dr. Stoddard earned the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) certificate for excellence in college instruction in 2021 through their Scaling Instructional Excellence for Students Success program. Dr. Stoddard was awarded the
College-level Texas A&M Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching in 2020. In 2022 she earned the Texas A&M Provost Academic Professional Track Teaching Excellence Award, and in 2023 she was awarded the prestigious A&M Professorship for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence. In her role at CTE, Dr. Stoddard leads a SoTL community of scholars that uses the Innovation and Design for Exploration and Analysis in Teaching Excellence (IDEATE) model (Donaldson & Choi, 2020) to lead in innovative and transformative teaching and learning practices that are grounded in teaching and learning theory and empirical evidence.