The news of the past twelve months has offered a wealth of material for the students in Graziella McCarron’s courses on leadership and ethics. McCarron's teaching expertise was recently recognized by the Office of Digital Learning for faculty excellence and exceptional contributions in online education.
Cher Chen and Paul Gorski, professors in the Social Justice and Human Rights Program in the School of Integrative Studies, are the authors of three articles and several studies based on those who have experienced and recovered from activist burnout.
This academic year, the School of Integrative Studies (SIS) welcomes a familiar face in a new role. As of August 1, Kelly Dunne assumed leadership of the recently-renamed unit and began her work as its executive director.
Join School of Integrative Studies Professor Paul Gorski on September 20 as he explores how to prevent burnout among social activists and ultimately help sustain social movements. This noontime talk is open to all.
In a Washington Post article, Robinson Professor of Public Affairs Steven Pearlstein describes the challenge of convincing incoming students' parents of the value of liberal arts education. The college's senior associate dean Robert Matz contributes, leading the effort to promote humanities and social sciences degrees.