What is SITE?
SITE (Scholarship, Innovation, Teaching, and Entrepreneurship) encompasses 3 cross-disciplinary spaces that consolidate the efforts of all ESU constituents to make scholarship, innovation, teaching, application of new technology, and entrepreneurship easier, more efficient, and cost-effective.
SITE incorporates three unique physical spaces (Stroud #404, #405, and #107) and a web-based center that answers the faculty questions of ”How do I. . .?” and “What if. . .?” SITE’s main mission is to harness the power of collaboration and creativity in a concerted effort to facilitate all campus initiatives, big and small.
ESU sought to reimagine teaching, scholarship, and learning by engaging faculty, students, staff, and the larger community in the dynamic exchange of innovative ideas and ways to advance Scholarship, Innovation, Teaching and Entrepreneurship through cross-disciplinary interactions. To accomplish these goals, a faculty fellow is appointed to contribute to SITE activities and develop projects that will strengthen and sustain LINKS among faculty expertise and the university community. The fellow holds the position for one year and has the option to apply for an extension upon year-end.
SITE Faculty Fellow and Student Assistant
Dr. Stephanie D. McCall, Professor of Professional and Secondary Education, has been awarded the SITE Faculty Fellowship for 2019-2020. Kayton Mitchell, a sophomore English major, will play an important supporting role as the SITE student assistant. Dr. McCall and Kayton are looking forward to engaging the campus community in the SITE endeavors of scholarship, innovation, teaching and entrepreneurship at ESU.