Dr. Anne-Marie Hanson, Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences, is developing educational opportunities in the area of circular economy with online and service learning components. She plans to use her initial OPEL project to develop future training courses for executives and practitioners to learn how to implement circular economy concepts within their organizations.
Dr. Yu-Sheng Lee, Assistant Professor of Public Health, will study the longitudinal effects of Harmonize in Epidemiologic online classes. He also plans to explore other technologies used in online courses, online health education, and disease healthcare in the pandemic and post-pandemic era.
Dr. Jennifer Martin, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education, will examine the effectiveness of case studies to teach social justice and educational equity with online students. She plans to create a mini-conference for School of Education faculty and a summer workshop for K-12 educators.
Dr. Livia Woods, Assistant Professor of English, is collaborating with Dr. José Luis Irizzary to create a workshop series on inclusive teaching. They also plan to build community through a faculty book club.