Announcing the MetroCITI Advisory Committee ☆

| February 5, 2014

Estela Bensimon, Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Urban Education, University of Southern California.  Expertise: Postsecondary access, urban education, educating racially and ethnically diverse students.

Corbin M. Campbell, Assistant Professor in Higher and Postsecondary Education, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Expertise: Assessment, program evaluation.

Milagros Castillo-Montoya, Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of Connecticut.  As a TC doctoral student, she helped facilitate the first (pilot) MetroCITI Seminar, 2008-9.  Expertise: Teaching/learning in high-diversity institutions.

Katie Conway, Chief of Staff to the President and Assistant Professor (Coterminous), Teachers College, Columbia University. Expertise: Faculty development, work-life.

Margaret A. Cuonzo, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Coordinator, Humanities Division, Long Island University, Brooklyn.  She was a MetroCiti Fellow during pilot year, 2009-10.  Expertise: Undergraduate teaching of philosophy.

Noah D. Drezner, Associate Professor in Higher and Postsecondary Education, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Expertise: Philanthropy and higher education, student and alumni social identities.

Donna Heiland, Vice President and Special Assistant to the President, Office of the President, Emerson College.  Expertise: Teaching and learning in liberal education.

Lisa R. Lattuca, Professor, Center for the Study of Higher/Postsecondary Education, University of Michigan.  Expertise: Postsecondary teaching and learning, curriculum.

KerryAnn O’Meara, Associate Professor of Higher Education, Affiliate in Women’s Studies, and Co-Director, UMD Advance Program, University of Maryland.  Expertise: Professional development of faculty, higher education as a civic good.

George Emilio Sanchez, Professor and Chairperson, Department of Performing and Creative Arts, College of Staten Island, CUNY. He was a MetroCiti Fellow during pilot year, 2008-9.  Expertise: Undergraduate teaching of the arts.

Aimee LaPointe Terosky, Assistant Professor Department of Educational Leadership, Saint Joseph’s University. Expertise: teaching and learning, K-12 and higher education career management, faculty development, instructional leadership, and educational or professional experiences of girls/women.

Susannah Wexler, Instructor (tenured) and Coordinator of English 102 Program, Hudson County Community College.  She was a MetroCiti Fellow during pilot year, 2008-9.  Expertise: Undergraduate teaching of writing.