Links and information on this page reflect some of my current professional interests at La Salle and beyond. If you do not find the information you are looking for here, please visit the Office of the Provost Web site, where there are links to many more of the projects and programs with which I am affiliated.
I am excited to be returning to the classroom again to teach WST 201: Intro to Women's Studies. For students in the course, materials are available via mylasalle - just look under "my courses." This is always a favorite course to teach, and I look forward to some lively discussions of issues such as women and work, women in an international context, and women in the media.
This fall semester saw the launch of our new freshmen advising program and I have been heavily involved in that initiative. For those interested in issues of advising and the first-year experience, I highly recommend the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) - their Web site and conferences have been invaluable resources as we've gotten our program up and running.
I'm also pleased to announce that more progress has been made on coordinating our tutoring, learning support, and faculty development services at La Salle. Our new Teaching and Learning Center Web site indicates what services are being offered to both students and faculty.
I remain interested in academic technology issues and will be presenting on campus portals at the Mid-Atlantic Regional EDUCAUSE conference in Baltimore this January.
For more details on my professional activities, please see my CV.