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About Arthur Nakatani

Arthur Nakatani

Arthur Nakatani's Portrait

The Nakatani Endowment was established in 1993 through a bequest from Kiyo Nakatani, in memory of her late son, Arthur M. Nakatani, a UW-Stout alumnus. Arthur Nakatani earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from UW-Stout in 1971 and 1972, respectively, and taught elementary school in Hawaii until his death in 1989.

In 2008, the Teaching and Learning Center at UW-Stout was renamed the Nakatani  Teaching and Learning Center and jointly participated with Learning Technology Services (LTS) in promoting the goals of the Nakatani bequest to create and apply technology and research in the advancement of the art and science of teaching. The programs offered by the NTLC are supported with funds from the Nakatani Endowment.

Arthur Nakatani Photo Album

Picture of Arthur Nakatani in His Car
Picture of Arthur Nakatani Conducting Group Research Outdoors
Picture of Arthur Nakatani Reading a Magazine
Picture of Arthur Nakatani Conducting Research Outdoors

Books in the Nakatani Teaching & Learning Center (NTLC) Library

Mind over Monsters

Grading for Equity


Creating Wicked Students

Cheating Lessons



How Learning Works

Small Teaching Online

SoTL in Action

High-Impact Practices in Online Education

Powerful Techniques for Teaching Adults

The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching

The Online Teaching Survival Guide

Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability in Adult Education

Making Thinking Visible

Project-Based Learning in the First Year

Online Teaching at Its Best Book Cover

Online Teaching at Its Best

Relationship-Rich Education Book Cover

Relationship-Rich Education