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Faculty and Staff Successes, September 2013
Date: September 6, 2013
Dwayne Tunstall, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and African & African-American Studies, recently published his book Doing Philosophy Personally: Thinking About Metaphysics, Theism, and Antiblack Racism (Fordham University Press, 2013).
Jack Mangala, Associate Professor of Political Science and African & African-American Studies, edited a collection of scholarly essays titled Africa and the European Union: A Strategic Partnership (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
A number of faculty and staff made presentations at the Pew FTLC's 19th Annual Fall Conference on Teaching and Learning about their teaching and service activities related to Brooks College's programs. Materials from these presentations can be found at the Library’s Scholar Works database.
Brian Jbara, Director of Advising and Integrative Learning, and Zulema Moret of the Latin American Studies Program presented “Connecting Spaces and Cultural Practices: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching and Facilitating Best Practices About the Community Reading Project Text and the Latino Community.”
Danielle DeMuth, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies, participated on a panel discussing “Gender Identity and Expression in the Classroom: Creating Inclusive Classroom Climate
Gretchen Galbraith (History and Honors) and David Eick (Modern Languages and Honors) presented “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution: ‘Reacting to the Past’ Games as a Way to Engage Students and Link Your Course Content to the General Education Goals,” which was based on their experiences teaching an Honors course on the French Revolution last year.
Kay Losey and Patrick Johnson, Interim Director and Assistant Director of the Fred Meijer Center for Writing & Michigan Authors, presented “Peer-Tutoring Across Contexts: From the Writing Center to the Knowledge Market."
Melanie Shell-Weiss, Director of the Kutche Office of Local History and Associate Professor of Liberal Studies, participated on a panel about “Tools of Engagement: Resources, Supports, and Connections for Community-Based Teaching and Research.”
- Kathleen Underwood, Director of Women and Gender Studies, participated in a panel on “Engaging Undergraduate Students in Scholarship: Research, Teaching, or Service?