Rachel James Clevenger earned her B.A. and M.Ed. degrees from Mississippi College. After finishing her PhD in Composition and Rhetoric, she taught and served as the University Writing Center Director for Birmingham Southern College and University of Alabama at Birmingham. Most recently, she taught Business Communications at Samford University.

Stories Upon Stories: Music History at Luther College

A former Fulbright scholar and professional oboist, Dr. Jim Griesheimer of Luther College is filling his first year of retirement with...  More

Teaching Mindfulness at Park University

Though Dr. Donna Ehrlich's early career was focused first on computer operations and programming and then on leadership in Fortune 500...  More

Emory College: Blending Anthropology and Medicine

Dr. Jenny Mascaro of Emory College, who has taught in the Anthropology department for several years before moving to a new post in the...  More

Sweet Briar College and Trinidad’s Skiffle: A Musical Community

Assistant professor of music Dr. Jeffrey Jones directs the Chamber Orchestra at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. While studying the health...  More

Counter-Terrorism at Brigham Young University-Hawaii

After spending half his life abroad, Dr. Brian Houghton studied international relations at Brigham Young University, international affairs...  More

Sports, Arts, & Entertainment Management at Point Park University

Steve Tanzilli, JD, is an Associate Professor in a program he helped to create at Point Park University: Sports, Arts and Entertainment...  More

Greenville College and Saving Theatre

Dr. Rich Beans is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Greenville College in Illinois, specializing in Organizational Psychology and...  More

iLYNN and the iPad Initiative at Lynn University

Mike Petroski, Director of Faculty Development and Apple Distinguished Educator, has played an instrumental role in the creative use of...  More

Focusing on Others at Lenoir-Rhyne University

After earning her PhD in Health Education and Health Promotion from the University of Alabama and a Master of Public Health from The...  More

Neurophilosophy at Millsaps College

Dr. Patrick D. Hopkins, Professor of Philosophy at Millsaps College, is a new breed of philosopher. With an undergraduate degree in...  More