- from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
LocationJordan Hall 274 A-1
In my opinion, my teaching at Butler University encapsulates the best of both worlds: I am able to help students learn language and culture, think critically about important issues, and gain the skills they need to be successful at Butler and beyond. During the 2021/2022 academic year I will teach the beginning German sequence, two sections of First Year Seminar entitled "So, where are you from?", the Modern Languages Senior Keystone course, and Global & Historical Studies--Global Women. I love teaching at Butler and learning with my students.
Maxine Greene wrote, “…the world perceived from one place is not the world.” Not only is that true, it is why opening the world to students by asking hard questions, learning new languages, and experiencing cultures beyond our comfort zone are crucial. Students are agents of change in a dynamic, interconnected world. It is my goal to help my students find their voice and their cause.
NOTE: Office hours on Mondays are via Zoom. Please email me for the link. Office hours on Wednesdays are in my office in Jordan Hall. Come visit and enjoy some gummi bears.