Collaboration

Collaboration

28 December 2019

Anthropology

Anthropological Society at IUSB

I am the Faculty Advisor for the Anthropological Society at IUSB (ASOC), an academic student organization, a role I took on during AY 2018-2019. The students have organized bi-monthly meetings in which they discuss anthropological news and research, play games, and more. Other recent activities include community education with school-aged

24 December 2019

Teaching

Pedagogical Training

I am an active participant in communities focused on teaching and learning at any campus of which I am a part, as well as across broader networks. Below are some of the long-term programs to which I have contributed, in addition to single-session programs. Indiana University South Bend’s University

21 December 2019

Anthropology

Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

As scholars, we might undertake some aspects of research on our own, but meaningful knowledge creation and the application of research through teaching and public engagement are collaborative efforts and benefit from input from many different types of people.

15 December 2019

Teaching

Community Engaged Teaching and Learning

Community engagement has been a key part of my education, and in my work as an educator, I continue the commitment to rooting my teaching in the local community, making sure it is relevant and creates an impact.

09 December 2019

Outreach

Party with a Purpose

In Fall 2019, I taught a course about Gender and Development, in which we welcomed a guest speaker from a locally based non-profit focused on development, Malawi Matters.