Dr. Addy is the Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania where she is responsible for working with instructors across all divisions and ranks to develop and administer programming related to the teacher-scholar model, from classroom teaching to the scholarship of teaching. As the Director of the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, she partners closely with faculty on their teaching and scholarly efforts through communities of practice, individual consultations, classroom observations, intensive institutes, reading groups, and other center and consortia initiatives. The community of practice that she founded in her consortium for visitors, instructors, teaching assistants, adjuncts, and lecturers (VITAL faculty) was award-winning and granted finalist status for the Delphi Award through the Pullias Center for Higher Education.
In addition to these roles, she actively performs and publishes scholarship on teaching and learning and educational development, primarily focusing on learner-centered practices including active learning and inclusive teaching. Her publications span from op-ed articles to research articles to learning activities such as case studies and professional development activities.
Her work is featured on a number of podcasts focused on teaching and learning in higher education such as Teaching in Higher Ed, Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning, and Teaching for Student Success.
She is a co-author of the book What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching, a best-seller through Stylus Publishing, and a regularly invited keynote speaker and workshop facilitator.