Imagine a recently discovered 17th-century manuscript that interweaves anguished poetic meditations on regicide, sin, child-loss, and loneliness with the thrill of astronomical, atomic, and chemical discoveries.
On August 16 and 17, the Center for Teaching hosted the first course (re)design experience at Sewanee, funded by a grant from the Jesse Ball duPont Foundation. Approximately 30 faculty and staff (from the Office of Civic Engagement and LITS) came together to talk about designing or redesigning learner-centered courses and syllabi that reflect the Sewanee values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Dr. JoyAnna Hopper has completed several articles during 2017-2018. These include:
JoyAnna Hopper, "A Mixed-Methods Approach to Analyzing Environmental Enforcement in the American States." SAGE Research Methods Cases. Forthcoming.
JoyAnna Hopper, "The Regulation of Combination: The Implications of Combining Natural Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection." 2017. State Politics and Policy Quarterly 17(1): 105-124.
Lael Keiser, Susan Miller, and JoyAnna Hopper. "The Social Safety Net for Disabled Persons." 2017. In Disability and U.S. Politics: Participation, Policy, and Controversy. Vol. 2. Ed. Dana Lee Baker. Praeger.