Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
About The CITL Staff
The CITL operates under the direction of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. An advisory board composed of faculty and staff assists in the development of the CITL and advocates for its programming.
Karen L. St.Clair, Director
Karen L. St.Clair is the founding director of the CITL. Before coming to Emerson, she worked as an academic developer for teaching and learning centers at two universities. For 25 years, Karen taught psychology for a variety of higher education institutions. Her academic background is based in the liberal arts (Wayne State University), developmental psychology (Peabody College of Vanderbilt University), and counseling (North Carolina State University).
Claude Bartholomew, Administrative Associate
Claude Bartholomew holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from St. Lawrence University and a Masters of Arts in Communication Management from Emerson College. He has been with the CITL since its founding and spends part of his time working with the Office of Service Learning and Community Action.
CITL Advisory Board 2012–2013
|Joanne Lasker||Communication Sciences and Disorders|
|Cathryn Edelstein||Communication Studies|
|Peter Seronick||Marketing Communication|
|Mary Harkins||Performing Arts|
|Kenneth Feil||Visual and Media Arts|
|Elizabeth Parfitt||Writing, Literature, and Publishing|
|Yasser Munif||Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Robert Fleming||Iwasaki Library|
|Jennifer Stevens||Instructional Technology Group|
Office: Walker Building, 120 Boylston Street, Room 205
Mail: Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
120 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116-4624