Experts Guide — Education
Science education at the junior high and high school level — Technology in education
Associate Professor of Education
B.S., Texas Wesleyan University; M.A., University of Texas;
Ph.D., University of Missouri-Columbia
Extensive experience teaching science at the junior high, high school and college level. Teaches classes on technology in education, educational psychology and analysis of teaching. Serves as faculty sponsor for the L.I.F.T. program ("Learning Is Fun Together"), in which Centre's education majors teach an evening enrichment program for designated fourth and fifth-grade students. Reviews in School Science and Mathematics and Journal of College Science Teaching.
Governor's Scholars Programs — Overseas programs at colleges and universities — Broad-based humanities programs — Herman Melville and Moby Dick
Special Assistant to the President, Director of International Programs,
Cowan Professor of English
B.A., The College of William and Mary; M.A., University of Pennsylvania;
M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa
A widely experienced and much-honored professor of English and the humanities who has crossed over into top administrative posts in strategic planning, international study, and external affairs. Acting president during 1997-98. Twice a Fulbright lecturer abroad (the University of Warsaw in Poland and Kiev University
in the Ukraine). A year in France directing Centre's residential overseas program in Strasbourg. Publisher
and co-founder of the Danville Quarterly from 1974-77.