The course will draw on digital technologies in the Learning Studio that enable anthropologists from other institutions to participate remotely as research consultants and guest speakers. D., Spanish, Rutgers University, 2015) is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and linguistics in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.
She will also explore how to enhance student engagement in learning through the use of the flexible physical space of the Learning Studio. D., Human Development, The University of Chicago, 2012) is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.He plans to create a blended-style class structure that would employ the lecture capture and digital technologies of the Learning Studio to create interactive lectures for students to view as homework, and then use the unique layout possibilities afforded by the Learning Studio to provide in-class active learning experiences and hands on learning opportunities. A., Teaching English as a Second Language, Southern University of Illinois-Edwardsville, 2008) is an Assistant Professor of English as a Second Language in the INTO-SLU department. in Higher Education Administration here at Saint Louis University in the summer of 2019.For over twelve years, she has taught English language skills to high school, undergraduate, graduate, and adult learners both here at Saint Louis University as well as at Washington University in St. Her courses taught range from general beginning English to general undergraduate and graduate English courses to English for Specific Purposes for international graduate students entering diverse fields such as law, social work/public health, engineering, and hard sciences. Her Fall 2019 Learning Studio course will be an undergraduate reading course designed to give international students an introduction to a flipped reading classroom.Her current research includes projects on pacifism, contemporary whiteness studies, and the use of racial terms in medieval Latin texts.In the Learning Studio, she will teach a revised version of the core philosophy course on ethics.Throughout the semester, the students will explore how emerging transportation technologies might influence current practices for the analysis and design of transportation systems. Of principal interest is the fabrication of scaffolds capable of promoting wound healing and the filling of large tissue defects, as well as orthopaedic applications such as bone and intervertebral disc repair. Sell is also heavily interested in engineering and entrepreneurship education; having worked closely with both the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) and the Coleman Foundation, and been selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium in 2016. Sell has over 65 peer reviewed publications, over 150 conference abstracts, and 3150 citations of his work.The technology-rich learning environment and flexible layout of the Learning Studio will facilitate active and collaborative learning and discussion of future transportation technologies. He has also been the recipient of several prestigious awards during his time at SLU: the Association of Parks College Students Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Saint Louis University’s Junior Faculty Grantwinner Award for Excellence in Research, the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award for Parks College, and Saint Louis University’s Outstanding Faculty Mentorship Award.She is the author of two books about the history of the American Southwest and several articles that span topics from the history of the late twentieth-century natural childbirth movement to regional arts communities.She is currently at work on a book entitled “Back East,” a history of how westerners have imagined the American East.In the Learning Studio, he will be conducting a redesign of one of his senior-level elective courses, Quantitative Physiology II.The primary takeaway for the students will be an understanding of how human physiology works from an engineering perspective, and how the things that we do as biomedical engineers integrate with the human body.