PPS Summer Faculty Seminar

Posted: May 7, 2014

This summer, 16 faculty from across all divisions of the college will participate in an intensive two-week seminar focused on best practices for community engaged teaching, research, and problem solving. Each participant will be required to rework an existing course or to develop a new course to incorporate this transformative approach to education across the curriculum. The seminar will be led by Dr. Jennie S. Knight, Director of Engaged Teaching with the Center for Principled Problem Solving. Participants will be:

  • Mark Dixon, Sculpture
  • Diya Abdo, English
  • Jim Hood, English
  • Megan White, Biology
  • Maria Bobroff, Foreign Languages
  • Hiroko Hirakawa, Foreign Languages
  • Karen Spira, Foreign Languages
  • Rachel Riskind, Psychology
  • Vance Ricks, Philosophy
  • Lavon Williams, Sports Studies
  • Marc Williams, Theater Studies
  • Jada Drew, Multicultural Education
  • Naadiya Hasan, Sociology/Anthropology and WGSS
  • Julie Winterich, Sociology/Anthropology and WGSS

Last Updated: September 8, 2014