Dr. Dave Eubanks
Associate Director, College Park Scholars
Office: Centerville Hall
Dr. Eubanks joined Scholars in summer 2010. As Associate Director, he coordinates assessment efforts and consults on pedagogy and faculty development.
He served as Assistant Director of the University's Center for Teaching Excellence between 2006 and 2010, where he developed and collaborated on efforts to enhance undergraduate teaching and learning across campus. There, he consulted with faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and departments on learning outcomes, assessment, teaching with technology, teaching portfolios, and other pedagogical questions. He has delivered workshops and presentations across campus and at regional, national, and international conferences.
Dr. Eubanks holds a B.A. in English from Rhodes College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the University of Maryland. His discipline scholarship area is twentieth-century American literature, specifically U.S. biography, autobiography, and memoir. He has designed and taught courses in American and British literature, composition, and folklore in the Department of English at the University of Maryland, as well as composition courses for the University's Academic Achievement Programs. In his capacity as Interim Director and Assistant Director of CTE, he co-taught the University's cross-discipline graduate seminar on teaching and learning in higher education.