Title: Adjunct Associate Professor Undergraduate Art History Advisor
Office: 830O Steger Student Life Cntr
My current role includes advising the undergraduates in the art history students and typically teaching three courses per term. The types of courses that I teach include both the large history of Western art course in addition to the honors sections of the same course. The honors section provides a more in-depth and challenging study of similar material. Recent course development includes a DAAP survey course entitled Design, Art and the Built Environment that caters to the exploratory study student. A topical course on the Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau has also been recently introduced. Recent scholarly works include working with Pearson Higher Education as a "Power User" nominee for their MyArtsLab technology in the University's Art History curriculum; Panelist at the 2011 Foundation in Art Theory and Education National Conference (FATE) and the 2010 National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD); and co author of "Beautiful and Useful: The book as a learning object. Using an honors seminar as a forum to explore information literacy and critical thinking" in 2009.
History of Art Survey Courses Design, Art and the Built Environment History of Art, Architecture and Design Post-Industrial Revolution History of Interior Design