Integrated Liberal Arts Department

Integrated Liberal Arts Faculty

Marianne Adams, Instructor of Arts
Mary Battenfeld, Associate Professor of Humanities/American Studies
Debra Borkovitz, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Carolin Cardamone, Assistant Professor of Mathematics/Science
Gregory Cass, Instructor of Humanities
Anne Champion, Adjunct Instructor of Humanities
Leland Clarke, Professor of Arts
Samuel Cook, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Galina Dobrynina, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Ellen Faszewski, Co-chair and Professor of Science
Marcia Folsom, Professor of Humanities
Gregory Gomez, Associate Professor of Arts
Marjorie Hall, Associate Professor
Susan Jane, Instructor of Communications and Media Literacy
Olga Katkova, Instructor of Mathematics
Jama Lazerow, Professor of Humanities
Sara Levine, Assistant Professor of Science
Erica Licea-Kane, Associate Professor of Arts and Director of the Towne Art Gallery
Lisa Lobel, Assistant Professor of Science
Sandra McEvoy, Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Studies
Daniel Owusu, Instructor of Communications and Media Literacy
Maurice Page, Instructor of Mathematics
Jenne PowersAssistant Professor of Humanities
Emily Ranii, Assistant Professor of Arts
Christine Redford, Instructor of Mathematics
Joyce Hope Scott, Co-chair and Associate Professor of American Studies
Swen Voekel, Associate Professor of Humanities
Scott Votel, Assistant Professor of American Studies
Phillip Weiss, Assistant Professor of Humanities

Wheelock College's Department of Integrated Liberal Arts prepares community and classroom educators to advocate for the advancement of human rights and social justice. We ground our cross-disciplinary, inquiry-based curriculum in deep content knowledge, and our faculty honors Wheelock's history and mission by modeling effective pedagogy that creates an engaging, supportive, and culturally responsive learning environment for our students. As our students master a broad range of intellectual and cultural content, they develop habits of mind that serve them throughout their academic and professional careers. Our faculty, students, and courses support critical initiatives at the College in professional writing, communication, diversity and inclusion, science and media literacy, quantitative and ethical reasoning, and community leadership. Our emphasis on community partnerships and field experience allows students to apply the knowledge they develop in the arts, humanities, math and sciences, communication, media and cultural studies, and political science in professional settings, while our focus on mentorship and student scholarship encourages students to use creative and critical inquiry to recognize, investigate, analyze, and solve the problems that matter most to them and their communities. Our unique approach to liberal arts instruction fosters a learning community that allows all students, including traditionally marginalized students, to thrive.

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