Service Learning & Community Action

Service Learning Instructors

  • Elizabeth Baeten, Associate Professor
    BA, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay; PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook
  • Gaynor Blandford, Part-Time Faculty
    BA, University of York, England; MA, Purdue University; PhD, Tufts University
  • Israela Adah Brill-Cass, Part Time Faculty
    B.A. Brandeis University; J.D. Suffolk University
  • Claudia Castaneda, Senior Scholar-in-Residence
    B.A. Wellesley College; Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Thomas Cooper, Professor
    BA, Harvard University; MA, PhD, University of Toronto
  • Leslie Cormier, Part-Time Faculty
    BA, Marymount Manhattan College; MA, Brown University; MCRP, Rutgers University; PhD, Brown University
  • Phillip Glenn, Professor
    BA, University of Texas at Austin; MA, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; PhD, University of Texas at Austin
  • Julia Hayden, Part Time Faculty
    B.A. Connecticut College; M.Ed. Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Jon Honea, Senior Scientist-in-Residence
    B.A. University of Arkansas; M.A. Portland State University; Ph.D. University of Washington
  • Tamera Marko, Interim Head of First Year Writing and Lecturer
    BS, Pepperdine University; MA, PhD, University of California, San Diego
  • Robbie McCauley, Professor
    BA, Howard University; MA, New York University
  • Cynthia Miller, Part-Time Faculty
    BA, Southern Connecticut State University; MA, University of South Carolina
  • Yasser Munif, Scholar-in-Residence
    B.S. University of Balamand; M.S. University of Balamand; Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Bob Nesson, Part-Time Faculty
    BS, Boston University
  • Courtney O’Connor, Part-Time Faculty
    BA, Cabrini College; MA, Emerson College
  • Elizabeth Parfitt, Lecturer
    BA, Pennsylvania State University; MFA, Emerson College
  • Melinda Robins, Associate Professor
    BA, University of Bridgeport; MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, University of Georgia
  • Mirta Tocci, Artist-in-Residence
    MA, Instituto Beato Angelico in Buenos Aires
  • Erika Williams, Scholar-in-Residence
    BA, Wellesley College; MA, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Carnegie Foundation for Elective Community Engagement Classification Seal

Emerson Receives Community Engagement Classification

Emerson College recognized nationally for its high level of commitment to civic and community engagement.

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The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Seal

Emerson named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

Emerson College once again recognized for reflecting the values of exemplary community service and achieving meaningful outcomes in its community.

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