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Dorothea Herreiner, Ph.D., Director

Dorothea Herreiner has been the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) since summer 2011. Her goal is to create a welcoming, energizing, supportive, and collaborative environment where faculty members have the opportunity to reflect about their teaching, the encouragement of learning, and the pursuit of academic excellence. She strives to make the CTE the one-stop place where LMU teachers can find information, support, and inspiration to support the continuous development and improvement of their teaching and to address all teaching-related questions. Dorothea seeks to encourage the exchange of teaching experiences and ideas among faculty members, the discussion and explorations of new pedagogies and teaching technologies, and the formation of mutual faculty support structures and learning communities. She is available for individual teaching consulting and scholarship questions that are related to teaching and learning.

Dorothea is an Associate Professor of Economics. She received her PhD in Economics at the European University Institute in Florence. In her research, Dorothea has focused, among other topics, on trading relationships in decentralized markets, on justice and fairness criteria, and on competition attitudes of men and women. Dorothea is a dedicated, inspiring and demanding teacher who thoroughly enjoys working closely with students, fostering learning and critical thinking, and experiencing student progress and success. She has been voted Teacher of the Year by students repeatedly. Dorothea has teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate level; she has taught classes such as Intermediate Microeconomics, Game Theory, Mathematics for Economics, Economics of Justice and Fairness, Economics of Art, and others.

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Bianca Infanzon, Senior Administrative Coordinator

Bianca Infanzon is the Administrative Coordinator for the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE). She is a Loyola Marymount University alumnus and received her BS in 2010. She has previous experience in the LMU Academic Affairs office and assisted various academic committees involved in the new Core curriculum, academic planning and review, and university-level curricular changes.

  Bianca Infanzon

Faculty Associate 2014-2015

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Past CTE Directors

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