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ACUE faculty

Cat Haras

Catherine (Cat) Haras

Catherine Haras’ contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:Engaging Students in Readings and Microlectures (webinar) She is the senior director of the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning (CETL) at California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA), where she is responsible for promoting faculty educational development through evidence-based teaching practice. She is a tenured member of the university’s library faculty.

Alyson Snowe

Alyson Snowe

Dr. Alyson Snowe’s contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:Organizing Your Online Course (webinar) Dr. Snowe serves as Assistant Professor of English at the Community College of Rhode Island. She has worked with thousands of students, face-to-face and online, across several colleges across the Northeast. Her research and teaching interests include first-year composition; pedagogical principles of writing and rhetoric; digital communication; technical writing; and interdisciplinary writing.

Kevin Gannon

Kevin Gannon

Kevin Gannon’s contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include: • Managing Your Online Presence (webinar) Dr. Gannon’s teaching, research, and public work centers on critical and inclusive pedagogy; race, history, and justice; and technology and teaching. He writes for Vitae (a section of The Chronicle of Higher Education), and his essays on higher education have also been published in Vox and other media outlets. His book Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto, was published by West

Flower Darby

Flower Darby

Flower Darby’s contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include: • Engaging Students in Readings and Microlectures (webinar) • Planning and Facilitating Quality Discussions (webinar) • Managing Your Online Presence (webinar) Flower Darby, Director of Teaching for Student Success at Northern Arizona University, teaches online courses at the university and at Estrella Mountain Community College. She is the author of “How to Be A Better Online Instructor,” an advice guide

Kristina Yelinek

Kristina Yelinek

Yelinek is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Yelinek is an instructor at Colorado State University, where she works in the Composition Program teaching introductory and intermediate writing courses, with a special focus on working with students who are nonnative English speakers. She has codeveloped a summer experiential learning workshop that combines principles of composition and sustainability in which the students partner with community organizations to work on real-life projects. In addition, Yelinek has taught English for nonnative English

Stephanie Quinn

Stephanie Quinn

Dr. Quinn is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Quinn is an Associate Professor of English at McKendree University, where she teaches courses in composition and professional and technical writing. She was a part-time instructor at Colorado State University-Global Campus and was a visiting instructor at the University of Toledo. Quinn also managed course creation and revision projects as an instructional designer at Colorado State University-Global Campus. Prior to CSU-Global, she served as an Academic Skills Coordinator in the

Paul Cawood Hellmund

Paul Cawood Hellmund

Dr. Hellmund is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Hellmund is an instructor in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University, where his teaching is focused on sustainability planning and experiential education for sustainability. He is also the Principal and President of Hellmund Associates, an environmental consulting firm based in Fort Collins, Colorado, that works with communities to find and implement fundamental aspects of sustainability to help prepare them for the challenges of the future. In

Marty Siegel

Martin Siegel

Siegel is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Siegel is a Professor of Informatics, Instructional Systems Technology, and Cognitive Science. He recently served as the Director of Graduate Studies in Informatics. Prior to serving in this position, he served as the Founding Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Design Program, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, the Executive Associate Dean of the School, and the first Chair of the Informatics Department. From 1991 to 1999, Siegel was the Director of

Bromley

Jamie L. Bromley

Dr. Bromley is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Bromley is currently an Associate Professor at Franklin College, and she serves as the department chair. She primarily teaches courses related to counseling and clinical psychology, as well as the professional development courses within the Psychology major. Previously, she taught undergraduate and graduate students at both large public and small private institutions as an adjunct instructor while working full time as a licensed psychologist in university counseling centers. Bromley is

Kristin Flora

Kristin C. Flora

Dr. Flora is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Flora is the Roscoe W. Payne Endowed Chair in Philosophy and Psychology at Franklin College, where she teaches courses in Lifespan Development, Social Psychology, and Research Methods. Prior to coming to Franklin College, Flora was a Research Outcomes Analyst for ProHealth Care in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where she led research efforts for the Neuroscience and Orthopedic departments. Flora earned BS degrees in Psychology and Chemistry from Valparaiso University. She holds an MS and

Callon

Dan Callon

Dr. Callon is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course.  Callon is the Leo T. and Leah Jackson Wolford Professor of Mathematics at Franklin College, where he teaches courses throughout the mathematics curriculum and in the liberal arts core. From 1979 to 1987, Callon was an instructor and then a tenured Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Miami University, where he taught courses in numerical analysis, calculus, linear algebra, and developmental mathematics. He also taught mathematics at Columbus East High School before

Joe Johnson

Joseph G. Johnson

Dr. Johnson is featured in ACUE’s Career Guidance and Readiness course. Johnson is Professor and Chair in the Department of Psychology at Miami University, where he teaches graduate seminars in professional development, a training course for the undergraduate editors of the department’s student-run online research journal, and interdisciplinary course-based research experiences with considerable professional development components. He has also regularly taught disciplinary courses as well as a two-course requirement for psychology majors in research design and analysis including professional development, career

Christopher Wilson

Dr. Wilson is featured in ACUE’s modules: Delivering an Effective Lecture and Teaching Powerful Note-Taking Skills. Wilson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science at Butler University where he has been a faculty member since 2007. His primary role at Butler is teaching Actuarial Mathematics courses and advising students in the Actuarial Science program. Wilson received the 2015 College of Liberal Arts and Science Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is the author/creator of the

Michael Wesch

Michael Wesch

Dr. Wesch is featured in ACUE’s modules: Preparing an Effective Syllabus, Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom, and Developing Fair, Consistent, and Transparent Grading Practices. His contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:Michael Wesch: What Inspired Me to Redesign My SyllabusRecording Effective Microlectures (webinar) • Organizing Your Online Course (webinar) • Welcoming Students to Your Online Environment (webinar) His recent publications include:

Kristin Webster

Dr. Webster is featured in ACUE’s modules: Connecting With Your Students, Integrating Civic Learning Into Your Course, and Using Active Learning Techniques in Small Groups. Webster is a Professor of Mathematics and the Director of Developmental Mathematics at California State University, Los Angeles where she co-teaches Quantitative Reasoning and Statistics for the South Los Angeles Math Project, a program focused on students entering college who need remediation in Mathematics. Webster holds a PhD from Northeastern University. Her research areas are in Mathematics

Desmond Stephens

Dr. Stephens is featured in ACUE’s modules: Engaging Underprepared Students, Providing Useful Feedback, and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching. Stephens is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), where he teaches College Algebra, Calculus, and Linear Algebra. Over his career, he has been part of multiple funded projects related to improving teaching and learning and currently is a co-PI on a 1.4 million dollar NSF project redesigning freshman level

Anna Smedley-Lopéz

Dr. Smedley-López was filmed for ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices. She is featured in the module: Aligning Activities and Assignments With Course Outcomes. Smedley-Lopez is an Assistant Professor in Residence in the Department of Sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She has an interdisciplinary background in Social Work, Women’s Studies, and Sociology that informs both her research and her work in the classroom. As the Program Coordinator and Project Manager for the On-line Principles of Sociology Master Course Program

Amit Savkar

Dr. Savkar is featured in ACUE’s modules: Preparing an Effective Syllabus, Developing and Using Rubrics and Checklists, Providing Useful Feedback, and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching. Starting as an Assistant Professor in Residence with the department of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut (UConn), Savkar has since then been working on improving the teaching and learning mission at the department of Mathematics. He created his own data integration and assessment system that uses concept mapping to relate

Donald Saucier

Dr. Saucier is featured in ACUE’s module: Promoting a Civil Learning Environment. Saucier is a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, at Kansas State University. He was recently named a Fellow of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (Division 9 of the American Psychological Association). In the Department of Psychological Sciences, Saucier is the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Chair of the Undergraduate Program Committee, and Co-director for the Teaching Apprenticeship program.

Viji Sathy

Dr. Sathy is featured in ACUE’s modules: Promoting a Civil Learning Environment, Engaging Underprepared Students, Using Concept Maps and Other Visualization Tools, and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching. Her contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include: Why We’re “Speaking Up” About Inclusive Teaching Strategies The Sweet Spot of Midsemester Feedback Recording Effective Microlectures (webinar) Planning and Facilitating Quality Discussions (webinar) Dr. Sathy is

Kristina Ruiz-Mesa

Dr. Ruiz-Mesa is featured in ACUE’s modules: Planning an Effective Class Session, Helping Students Persist in Their Studies, Using Active Learning Techniques in Small Groups, and Checking for Student Understanding. Ruiz-Mesa is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies and the Basic Course Director for COMM 1100: Oral Communication at California State University, Los Angeles. At Cal State LA, Dr. Ruiz-Mesa directs one of the largest oral communication programs in the nation and teaches a variety of graduate-level and undergraduate courses, including Humanities

Ashley Rhodes

Dr. Rhodes is featured in ACUE’s modules: Using Concept Maps and Other Visualization Tools and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching. As a multidisciplinarian, Rhodes teaches both introductory and senior-level Biology and Physiology courses at Kansas State University while simultaneously investigating the impacts different curricular methods have on learning and retention within these STEM subjects. Her research specifically focuses on methods to improve course experiences for low prior knowledge learners as well as students who are less likely

Paulette Reneau

Dr. Reneau is featured in ACUE’s modules: Engaging Underprepared Students, Using Concept Maps and Other Visualization Tools, Using Advanced Questioning Techniques, and Developing Fair, Consistent, and Transparent Grading Practices. Reneau is an Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) where she teaches General Biology and Evolutionary Biology. Her General Biology lecture course is taught as in an Active Learning style where students learn through collaboration with each other, engage in the content using innovative strategies, and

Robert Puhak

Dr. Puhak is featured in ACUE’s modules: Planning an Effective Class Session, Connecting With Your Students,  and Providing Clear Directions and Explanations. Puhak is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the director of College Algebra and Basic Math at Rutgers University, Newark where he teaches courses in Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Applied Math. Currently, Puhak oversees the College Algebra program at Rutgers, serves on the University Senate and the Senate’s Executive Committee, and

Adam Persky

Adam Persky is featured in the ACUE module: Promoting a Civil Learning Environment. Persky is a Clinical Professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics. He teaches Physiology and Pharmacokinetics and has received several of the school’s teaching awards, including Best Overall Instructor. Persky was named an Atlantic Coast Conference Teaching Scholar during the program’s inaugural year (2009–2010). He has published articles on teaching and learning, is the Associate Editor for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education,

Mark Paternostro

Dr. Paternostro is featured in ACUE’s module: Providing Clear Directions and Explanations. Paternostro is a Professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology in the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine. He also serves as his department’s Associate Chair for Education. He teaches Human Physiology for undergraduate, doctoral, dental, and medical students. Paternostro also oversees a teaching practicum for doctoral students to help train future educators. Previously, he served as Associate Vice President for Academic Services at the Pennsylvania College of

Kelsey Pakkala

Ms. Pakkala was filmed for ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices. Currently, Pakkala is in her first year in the Masters of Applied Statistics Graduate Program at the University of Michigan. She serves as the administrative Graduate Student Instructor for Statistics 250, an introductory Statistics course. Pakkala earned her BS in Mathematical Sciences, Statistics, and Spanish from the University of Michigan.

Alison O’Malley

Dr. O’Malley is featured in ACUE’s module: Developing Self-Directed Learners and Motivating Your Students O’Malley teaches a wide variety of undergraduate Psychology courses ranging from statistics and research methods, to conservation psychology with a service-learning component, to an advanced seminar on the psychology of happiness. O’Malley graduated summa cum laude from Butler University with a BA in Psychology and returned to join the faculty after receiving her MA and PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron. The role of feedback in

Lori Ogden

Dr. Ogden is featured in ACUE’s modules: Leading the First Day of Class and Developing Self-Directed Learners. Ogden is a Teaching Assistant Professor at West Virginia University (WVU) and a Faculty Associate with the WVU Teaching and Learning Commons. She is the course coordinator for Pre-calculus and has taught a variety of undergraduate mathematics courses including College Algebra and Calculus. Her research interests include course design and development, online and blended learning environments, and teacher education. Ogden recently developed a flipped

Emily Moss

Dr. Moss is featured in ACUE’s modules: Planning an Effective Class Session, Helping Students Persist in Their Studies, Providing Clear Directions and Explanations, and Checking for Student Understanding. Moss is an Associate Professor, the Director of Bands, and the Chair of the Department of Music at California State University, Los Angeles, where she directs the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band, teaches undergraduate and graduate conducting, and instructs in instrumental music education methods. Previously, Moss was at the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College

Roger Miesfeld

Dr. Miesfeld is featured in ACUE’s module: Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes. Miesfeld uses active learning methods in his upper division biochemistry course designed for students who are pursuing careers as healthcare professionals. This two-semester course covers the range of topics that students need to understand fundamental concepts in modern biochemistry, as well as provide them with the foundation they need for competitive national exams in their chosen fields. This popular course averages nearly 450 students per section and

Tara Lineweaver

Dr. Lineweaver is featured in ACUE’s modules: Leading the First Day of Class, Planning Effective Class Discussions, Facilitating Engaging Class Discussions, Providing Clear Directions and Explanations, and Teaching Powerful Note-Taking Skills. Dr. Lineweaver is a Clinical Neuropsychologist by training, and currently a Professor of Psychology at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is also the director of Butler’s Neuroscience Minor. She teaches Biological Bases of Behavior, Advanced Applied Neuroscience, and several interdisciplinary, co-taught courses including a natural science core curriculum course focused

Mika LaVaque-Manty

Dr. LaVaque-Manty is featured in ACUE’s modules: Delivering an Effective Lecture and Developing Self-Directed Learners. LaVaque-Manty is the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and Associate Professor of Political Science and Philosophy at the University of Michigan. His regular teaching includes 300-student introductory course in political theory, advanced political theory courses, and Social Science research design. LaVaque-Manty is a political theorist and the author of The Playing Fields of Eton: Equality and Excellence in Modern Meritocracy (2009) and the forthcoming Writing in Political Science,

Ece Karayalcin

Ms. Karaylacin is featured in ACUE’s modules: Planning an Effective Class Session, Connecting With Your Students, and Helping Students Persist in Their Studies. Karayalcin is a professor at the Department of Film and Television, School of Entertainment and Design Technology at Miami Dade College (MDC). She has worked on developing the curriculum and flow for the film program particularly for the production classes at MDC. Her area of expertise is in film directing, cinematography and production management. Prior to joining MDC, Ms.

Kathleen Jodl

Dr. Jodl is featured in ACUE’s module: Facilitating Engaging Class Discussions. Jodl is a Lecturer II in the University of Michigan Department of Psychology and specializes in teaching courses on lifespan development, human infancy, and emerging adulthood. She has been teaching at the University of Michigan since 1997 when she was a research fellow. After a two-year NICHD post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, Jodl continued at Michigan as a research associate at the Institute for Social Research. Her research examined

Terri Jett

Dr. Jett is featured in ACUE’s modules: Motivating Your Students and Developing Self-Directed Learners. Her contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:Insights: The Complexity of the Inclusive Classroom Dynamic Jett is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Special Assistant to the Provost for Diversity and Inclusivity at Butler University. She is also an affiliate faculty member of the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Program. Jett teaches courses on US politics with a focus on

Sharon Jalene

Ms. Jalene was filmed for ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices. She is featured in the module: Aligning Activities and Assignments With Course Outcomes. Jalene is a Lecturer for the Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She has developed three courses for her department and teaches courses related to physical activity and health, anatomy and physiology, and neurophysiology. Additionally, Jalene created a campus-wide service project, Fitness4Finals, which serves over 1,000 students each year. Jalene was awarded

Kelly Hogan

Dr. Hogan is featured in ACUE’s modules: Engaging Underprepared Students and Developing Fair, Consistent, and Transparent Grading Practices. Her contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:Why We’re “Speaking Up” About Inclusive Teaching Strategies Hogan is the Director of Instructional Innovation for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s College of Arts and Sciences and a professor and Senior STEM Lecturer in the College’s Biology Department. Since 2004, she has been teaching 400-seat classes on

Brenda Gunderson

Dr. Gunderson is featured in ACUE’s modules: Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes, Delivering an Effective Lecture, and Motivating Your Students. Her contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include:For This Large-Class Lecturer, Cartwheels and Communication are Key Gunderson is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Statistics at the University of Michigan. She coordinates and teaches the largest undergraduate statistics course, Statistics and Data Analysis, with approximately 2200 students each term. She serves as

Lucy Gilson

Dr. Gilson is featured in ACUE’s modules: Preparing an Effective Syllabus, Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom, and Using Advanced Questioning Techniques. Gilson is a Professor and the Management Department Head at the University of Connecticut’s School of Business. She is the Faculty Director of the Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference, and a visiting Scholar at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon. Gilson’s research focuses on individual and team creativity, why managers should want employees to be creative, team effectiveness, and virtual teams. Specifically,

Pedro Garcia

Mr. García is featured in ACUE’s modules: Helping Students Persist in Their Studies and Using Active Learning Techniques in Small Groups. García is a professor of Chemistry at Miami Dade College.

Thomas Freeman

Dr. Freeman is featured in ACUE’s module: Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom. Freeman is a Lecturer in the Chemistry Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Previously, he taught Biochemistry at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC during his postdoctoral fellowship. A former SPIRE (Seeding Postdoctoral Innovators and Researchers in Education) Scholar, Freeman uses innovative teaching strategies to effectively teach students how to think like a scientist while learning Biochemistry. He aims to inspire future generations to achieve

Gregory Eiselein

Dr. Eiselein is featured in ACUE’s modules: Engaging Underprepared Students and Using Advanced Questioning Techniques. Eiselein is the Donnelly Professor of English and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar at Kansas State University where he also serves as the Director of the first-year experience program, K-State First. Teaching a range of college literature courses from first-year seminars through advanced graduate classes, Eiselein’s courses emphasize active student engagement and critical thinking and he attempts in all of his classes to make learning a social experience.

Lisa Di Bartolomeo

Dr. Di Bartolomeo is featured in ACUE’s module: Motivating Your Students. Di Bartolomeo is known for teaching large classes that require students to participate. She teaches many courses, among them many general education courses and writing-intensive courses, such as popular offerings on vampires, science fiction, Russian literature, Russian folklore, Polish cinema, and Holocaust literature and film. Di Bartolomeo coordinates the Russian Studies major, as well as the Slavic and East European Studies major, and has developed faculty-led study abroad programs to

Rajiv Dalal

Dr. Dalal is featured in ACUE’s modules: Preparing an Effective Syllabus, Developing Fair, Consistent, and Transparent Grading Practices, Developing and Using Rubrics and Checklists, and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching. Dalal currently serves as the Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program in the School of Allied Health Sciences at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. His main teaching focuses are in the areas of orthopedics, medical screening, and diagnostic imaging.

Tony Crider

Dr. Crider is featured in ACUE’s module: Using Concept Maps and Other Visualization Tools. Crider is an Associate Professor of Physics at Elon University in North Carolina. He regularly teaches classes on diverse topics such as Astrophysics, the Industrial Revolution, virtual reality, and extra-terrestrials. He has been a Co-PI on two National Science Foundation grants–one to recruit and support STEM teachers and another to create, disseminate, and assess STEM-related Reacting to the Past games. He currently serves on the board of the

David Copeland

Dr. Copeland was filmed for ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices. He is featured in the module: Aligning Activities and Assignments With Course Outcomes. Copeland is an Associate Professor and the Undergraduate Director of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). He regularly teaches both traditional and online courses, and he covers topics such as General Psychology, Introduction to the Psychology Major, Research Methods, and Cognitive Psychology. His research focuses on cognitive processes such as memory, text comprehension, and reasoning. Copeland

Zoë Cohen

Dr. Cohen is featured in ACUE’s modules: Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes and Planning Effective Class Discussions. Cohen teaches undergraduates, graduate students, and medical students at the University of Arizona. She recently became the discipline director for physiology in the medical school in Tucson. In 2015 she adapted her upper-division physiology of the immune system course with 160 students for delivery in the University of Arizona Library’s new Collaborative Learning Space, a move which she calls transformative both for

Jess Butler

Dr. Butler is featured in ACUE’s modules: Planning Effective Class Discussions, Facilitating Engaging Class Discussions, and Providing Clear Directions and Explanations. Butler joined Mills College in 2018 where her focus is on social inequalities and gender. Previously, Butler served as an Instructor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Butler University where she taught a variety of courses, including a course on the sociology of intimacy for a First Year Seminar program. Butler earned her BA in Sociology from Boston University. She

Paul Blowers

Dr. Blowers is featured in ACUE’s module: Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes. His contributions to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice include: Three Misconceptions About Using Active Learning in STEM STEM Active Learning Techniques With U of A’s Paul Blowers Blowers is a University Distinguished Professor and Full Professor in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the University of Arizona (UA). His research interests include pedagogically based instructional innovation, using quantum chemistry techniques to characterize

David Beach

Dr. Beach is featured in ACUE’s module: Leading the First Day of Class. Beach is an Associate Professor teaching courses in Composition, Linguistics and Drama, and a mentor in the Graduate Teaching Assistant/Fellow Program at Radford University. Beach is also on the Women’s and Gender Studies Advisory Council and is the faculty advisor for the Creative Writers Guild and Exit 109, the literary and arts magazine. Previously, Beach served as the Associate Coordinator of the Undergraduate Writing Program and a faculty

Chad Bauman

Dr. Bauman is featured in ACUE’s modules: Leading the First Day of Class and Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom. Bauman is an Associate Professor of Religion and Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Religion, and Classics at Butler University. He is also affiliate faculty in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies; Peace and Conflict Studies; and International Studies. He teaches courses on Religion, with a special focus on Asian religions. Bauman’s research focuses on the interaction of Hindus and Christians. He has published

Aurelia Alexander

Dr. Alexander is featured in ACUE’s modules: Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom and Developing and Using Rubrics and Checklists. Alexander, a registered and licensed occupational therapist, has practiced for 28 years. She is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) teaching in the area of Pediatrics. She has worked at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare in the areas of acute care, pediatric outpatient rehabilitation, and neonatal nursery. She consulted for five

Sophie Adamson

Dr. Adamson is featured in ACUE’s modules: Promoting a Civil Learning Environment, Developing and Using Rubrics and Checklists, and Providing Useful Feedback. Adamson is an Associate Professor of French at Elon University in North Carolina and Chair of the Department of World Languages and Cultures. She teaches a variety of courses on language, literature, and social inequalities in the Francophone world. She also teaches the first-year global experience seminar for the Elon Core Curriculum in which students examine personal and social

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