Faculty: 2021 Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work
Nancy Budwig, Clark University—integrative and interdisciplinary learning, leadership for integrative learning, communities of practice, signature work, guided pathways, and learning and developmental sciences.
J. Elizabeth Clark, LaGuardia Community College—e-portfolios, assessment, integrative learning, learning communities, capstone courses, writing programs, signature work, digital futures
Peter Felten, Elon University—integrative learning, faculty development, high-impact practices, gateway courses, diversity and inclusive excellence, organizational change
Kim Filer, Virginia Tech—course-embedded assessment; aligning pedagogy with assessment efforts; rubrics; faculty development; integrative program design; reflective practice to use assessment for learning improvement
Richard Vaz, Worcester Polytechnic Institute—project-based learning, experiential learning, global learning, interdisciplinary learning, STEM education, assessment, institutional change
Mary Ann Villarreal, University of Utah—high-impact practices, first year experience, equity and inclusion, leadership and planning
Kiesha Warren-Gordon, Ball State University—community engagement, criminology, examining race/ethnicity within the criminal justice system, the intersection of race and class in the miscarriage of justice, violence, and intercultural conflict.
Dawn Michele Whitehead, AAC&U— community-based global learning, curriculum revision, global learning, high impact practices, integrative learning, internationalization, integration of diversity, equity and inclusion and global learning
Kathy Wolfe, Hamilton College—guided-pathway curriculum design; integrative learning; curriculum revision processes; leadership for adaptive change; writing across the curriculum