Jeff Jeske Selected Center for Principled Problem Solving Faculty Fellow for 2011-12
Dana Professor of English Jeff Jeske has been awarded the 2011-12 Center for Principled Problem Solving Faculty Fellowship.
Jeske will undertake a fellowship project titled, “Using New Media to Promote Social Justice.” Jeske, the faculty advisor for The Guilfordian, the student newspaper, will facilitate the integration of social media into the newspaper while developing a multimedia outreach and publicity effort for the Center. Both efforts are driven by a common commitment to social justice and promoting Guilford students’ actualization of this commitment.
CPPS Faculty Fellows, in addition to their particular projects, also participate in developing and promoting principled problem solving instructional and programming resources.
The Center for Principled Solving is an academic center dedicated to promoting engaged learning, teaching and scholarship motivated and shaped by Guilford’s core values of community, diversity, equality, excellence, integrity, justice and stewardship.
The CPPS Faculty Fellowship offers faculty members the opportunity to undertake an extended PPS project and to assume a leadership role in the life of the center.