Dr. Donna Little, Professor of English at Reinhardt University joins me for a conversation about her research project about the history of Pine Log Mountain that used the creative and investigative talents of several Reinhardt Students and resulted in the creation a museum exhibit. A virtual exhibit of this research is available at https://www.pinelogmountainhistory.com/
In this episode of Academic Conversations, I’m joined by Heather Fox and Jessica Mirocha, recent graduates of the Cauble School of Nursing, and Reinhardt Nursing faculty member Kimberlin Zelinksy as they share their experiences working in hospitals on the front line during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In this special edition of Academic Conversations, I speak with Kimberly Parker and Kimberlin Zelinsky, members of our Nursing faculty as we discuss current events and Reinhardt’s transition to online learning in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak.
In this episode of Academic Conversations, Dr. Kenneth Wheeler, Professor of History, shares the story of the class project that resulted in an award-winning article, “Black Student Experiences in the Racial Integration of Reinhardt College, 1966-1972.”
In this episode of Academic Conversations, I talk with Lydia Laucella, the Assistant Director for the Center of Innovative Teaching and Engaged Learning at Reinhardt University, and we discuss her research with First Generation students participating in a learning community.
In this episode of Academic Conversations, I talk with Dr. Matt Anderson, Assistant Professor of Music at Reinhardt University, and we discuss his new course, The History of Rock, and other innovations involving videography and the classroom.
In this episode of Academic Conversations, I am joined by Dr. Jennifer Summey and Freshman Elizabeth Day. Our conversation centers around the Southern Regional Honors Council Conference in Memphis, Tennessee, and Beth’s research on the distinction between feminism and misandry.
In this episode of Academic Conversations, I talk with Dr. Chip Campbell of the McCamish School of Business, discussing his use of service learning in the class room.
In this episode of Academic Conversation, I talk to three members of the voice faculty of the Reinhardt School of Performing Arts, and discuss their trip to Minnesota and the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Competition.
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Walter May, Dean of Students at Reinhardt Univeristy, Kyle Redner of Junior Achievement, and Judah Norman, Freshman at Reinhardt University, and we discuss the largest Service-Learning project in the history of Reinhardt University. Enjoy the conversation.