Twelve Wake Forest faculty members have been named to the University’s 2015-2016 class of Academic Community Engagement (ACE) Fellows.
In its 17th year, the ACE Fellowship program provides support for selected faculty members interested in integrating some form of community engagement into classes. Each year, up to 12 fellows are selected by the faculty director of the ACE Fellows Program, the ACE Advisory Council, the director of the Teaching and Learning Center and the Dean of the College.
The new fellows include:
–Jimmy Butts, assistant teaching professor of English/writing program
–Tammy Cashwell, assistant teaching professor of counseling
–Lindsay Comstock-Ferguson, associate professor of chemistry
–Sara Dahill-Brown, assistant professor of politics and international affairs
–Francis Flanagan, assistant professor of economics
–Amanda Gengler, assistant professor of sociology
–Kristina Gupta, assistant professor of women’s, gender and sexuality studies
–Christina Marsh Dalton, assistant professor of economics
–Leann Pace, visiting assistant professor of the study of religions
–D. Stokes Piercy, assistant teaching professor of communication
–Mark Scholl, associate professor of counseling
–Michelle Voss Roberts, associate dean of academic affairs and associate professor of theology
Additional information about the ACE Fellows Program is available on the Pro Humanitate Institute web site.
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