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Cindy Damschroder

Title: Adjunct Associate Professor Undergraduate Art History Advisor
Office: 830O Steger Student Life Cntr
Tel: 513-556-0334

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.

Research Information

Research Interests

History of Art Survey Courses Design, Art and the Built Environment History of Art, Architecture and Design Post-Industrial Revolution History of Interior Design