College of Liberal Arts & Sciences - Experiential Learning

In the event that COVID-19 causes additional disruptions, questions about experiential learning components in CLAS accredited/certified programs can be directed to the coordinators/directors listed below. For programs that have websites with regularly updated information, links are provided:

Art History (B.A.) - Sigrid Danielson or Kirsten Strom
Athletic Training (M.S.) - Shari Bartz-Smith
Chemistry (B.S.) - Deborah Herrington
Music (B.A., B.M.E., B.M.) - Danny Phipps
Visual and Media Arts

*Information about teacher assisting and student teaching can be found on the College of Education and Community Innovation website.

Contacts and links for other CLAS programs with experiential learning components are as follows:

Biomedical Sciences – Deb Burg or Daniel Bergman
Cell and Molecular Biology – Mark Staves
Classics Department – Melissa Morison
CLAS Academic Advising Center – Julie Amon-Mattox
English Department – Ashley Shannon
Geography and Sustainable Planning – Amanda Reader
Geology Department – Figen Mekik
History Department – Matthew Daley
Mathematics Department – Robert Talbert
Movement Science Department – Heather Peddie
Music, Theatre and Dance – Beth Gibbs
Philosophy Department – Jeff Byrnes
Political Science Department – Darren Walhof
Psychology Department – Mary Russo
Regional Math and Science Center – Kristofer Pachla
Robert B. Annis Water Resource Institute – Heidi Feldpausch
School of Communications (

Statistics – Paul Stephenson
Visual and Media Arts

Writing Department – Christopher Toth

Page last modified August 12, 2022