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Phi Kappa Phi was born different. In 1897, 10 senior students, 2 faculty members and the University of Maine president created a new kind of honor society, one that recognized excellence in all academic disciplines.Today, Phi Kappa Phi continues to rec...
Amanda Knapp of Columbia, Maryland, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Knapp was initia...Spring 2017Verified by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa PhiExpand ▾
Dr. Amanda Knapp, Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Standards and Policy Administration at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, was recently elected as an officer for the university's chapte...Summer 2017Verified by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa PhiExpand ▾
University Of Maryland Baltimore County
Assistant Vice Provost, Academic Standards and Policy AdministrationMay 2011 - PresentIn May 2011, Amanda Knapp joined the Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA), Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) as the Academic Standards and Policy Specialist. In 2014, she was appointed to the role of Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Standards and Policy Administration. In this role, Knapp works across the campus community to ensure the uniform application of policy while upholding the integrity of academic standards. Another focal point of Knapp’s role includes the Academic Integrity (AI) initiative. Knapp also serves on various groups including the Undergraduate Council (UGC), Academic Conduct Committee (ACC), Campus Systems Executive Committee (CSEC), the SA Academic Advisory Committee and plays an active leadership role with the Middle States Accreditation Operating Committee. She also provides technical/operational support to the Strategic Planning Steering Committee. As Chair, Knapp organizes the Academic Standards Executive Committee (ASEC) and the Academic Standards Advisory Committee (ASAC), two campus groups committed to taking a proactive look at a broad range of policy issues impacting student success. As a priority, Knapp’s efforts are centered on being a student advocate to ensure that they are treated fairly and equitably in all matters of policy. Service to the campus community includes efforts such as: Vice Chair Middle States Accreditation Operating Committee Chair of the Verification of Compliance with Accreditation-Relevant Federal Regulations Strategic Planning Steering Committee Senate Bill 740 Steering Committee Campus Systems Executive Committee Academic Standards Executive Committee Student Success Steering Committee University Wide Policy Committee – Academic Affairs Enrollment Management Communications Committee Academic Advising Community Academic Affairs Directors Student Judicial Programs (SJP) – Appellate and Hearing Board Collaborative Retention Team Healthy Retrievers
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Johns Hopkins University
Adjunct Professor Graduate School of EducationAugust 2015 - PresentGraduate Course - Seminar in Transformational Leadership and Teaching In Seminar in Transformational Leadership and Teaching, educators will determine what transformational teaching looks like in their unique context of their field experience: classroom, school, community. Each session will focus on specific topics that educators will evaluate for alignment with their vision of transformational teaching. Finally, they will develop a plan of action to apply within their field work experience. Topics may include the attributes of exemplary teachers, services of community organizations, family engagement.
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