Eric Salahub has been at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins Colorado since 1999 where he teaches philosophy and serves as an instructional coach.
In his coaching role, Eric has worked with hundreds of teachers helping them improve their craft in face-to-face, online, and hybrid classes. In 2018 Eric was named the Colorado Community College's Outstanding Faculty and in 2019 he was awarded the Jerome Wartgow award for Excellence in Teaching with Technology.
Over the past 10 years, Eric's main teaching and research focus is in Active Learning and related issues including equitable student success, assessment of student learning, and fostering academic integrity.
Eric is the co-creator and director of the Active Learning Institute, a semester-long professional development program focused on evidence-based approaches to course design aimed at improving student success and closing equity opportunity gaps. Since 2022, Eric has been facilitating Active Learning Institute cohorts for faculty from all 13 of the schools in the Colorado Community College system.