Faculty: 2016 Institute on Integrative Learning and the Departments

Jann H. AdamsJann H. Adams, Associate Provost for Faculty, Morehouse College—implementation and outcomes of undergraduate research training, science-based interventions to enhance Ph.D. production for U.S. women, pedagogical interventions to enhance academic outcomes in STEM, leadership development for women and African-American students and faculty 

Jo BeldJo Beld, Vice President for Mission, St. Olaf College—building a faculty culture that welcomes, engages, and uses assessment; practical strategies for gathering assessment data; ways to make the use of assessment findings organic across the institution

J. Elizabeth ClarkJ. Elizabeth Clark, Professor of English, LaGuardia Community College—e-portfolios, assessment, integrative learning, learning communities, capstone courses, writing programs/writing across the curriculum

Rebecca Frost DavisRebecca Frost Davis, Director of Instructional and Emerging Technology, St. Edward's University—digital learning and teaching; networked and intercampus learning, teaching, and projects; virtual collaboration; learning ecosystems; student collaborative digital scholarship projects; building an institutional culture of innovation; faculty/staff development

Ann FerrenAnn Ferren, Senior Fellow, AAC&U—use of resources/costing-out models, politics and strategy, improving teaching, strengthening curricula, faculty leadership for integrative learning


L. Dee FinkL. Dee Fink, International Educational Consultant—institutional efforts to enhance teaching and learning, faculty development, pedagogy, designing courses for significant learning, evaluating college teaching

Amy Jessen-MarshallAmy Jessen-Marshall, Educational Consultant—integrative learning, outcomes based assessment, curriculum development and pedagogy, faculty development, learning communities and organizational change

Kate McConnellKate McConnell, Senior Director for Research and Assessment, AAC&U—course-embedded assessment; aligning pedagogy with assessment efforts; rubrics; faculty development; leveraging the learning sciences in the classroom

Anny Morrobel-SosaAnny Morrobel-Sosa, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Lehman College—strategic planning and institutional transformation; STEM access, diversification, participation, and success; disciplinary and transdisciplinary program development; faculty professional and leadership development

Caryn McTighe MusilCaryn McTighe Musil, Senior Director of Civic Learning and Democracy Initiatives, AAC&U—Curricular pathways in and learning outcomes for global, civic, and diversity; community-based learning; faculty development; personal and social responsibility

Hazel SymonetteHazel Symonette, Program Development and Assessment Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison—educational assessment and evaluation, diversity and inclusive excellence, organizational development, improving campus climate, faculty/staff development, cultivating ethical leadership and social justice

Jesús TreviñoJesús Treviño, Associate Vice President for Diversity, University of South Dakota – campus intergroup relations, inclusive excellence, social justice training, interactive pedagogy, diversity in the classroom.

Richard VazRichard Vaz, Dean of Interdisciplinary and Global Studies, Worcester Polytechnic Institute—experiential education, international education, STEM education, design and assessment of engaging pedagogies, integrative and interdisciplinary learning

Dawn Michele WhiteheadDawn Michele Whitehead, Senior Director for Global Learning and Curricular Change, AAC&U—course and curriculum internationalization, global learning, integration of multicultural and international perspectives, international service learning, international studies

Kathy WolfeKathy Wolfe, Vice President for Integrative Liberal Learning and the Global Commons, AAC&U—General Education Maps and Markers/LEAP Challenge; guided-pathway curriculum design; integrative learning; curriculum revision processes; leadership for adaptive change