Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program™ 2017-2018

Syllabi for Civic Engagement Course (CEC) Program™ 2007-2009 and Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program™ 2010-2012 can be found by clicking "Course Syllabi" on the left side menu.

The Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program™ is a leadership and course development program dedicated to incorporating civil dialogue, civic engagement, and social responsibility across the undergraduate curriculum. The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and the Eugene M. Lang Foundation are supporting the 2017-2018 cohort.

The Periclean Faculty Leaders create new courses incorporating civic engagement; promote civil dialogue locally through lectures, town hall meetings, and public events; and advance public scholarship nationally and internationally through publications and conference presentations. They champion civil discourse, civic engagement, and social responsibility in the classroom, on the campus, and in the community. We are pleased to have a diverse group of professors from a wide range of disciplines including Archaeology and Classical Studies, Business Law, Computer Science, Dance, English, Environmental Studies, History, Mathematics and Statistics, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre, and Urban Studies.

Click the course title to view the course syllabus.
Please note that many of these courses are interdisciplinary. Categories are for organizational purposes only.

Computer Science
Drew University
, Madison, NJ
Emily Hill, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Co-taught with Andrew Elliott, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts
Course: Innovation I (an interdisciplinary course offered under Civic Engagement)
Peer: Mark Goadrich, Hendrix College

Hendrix College, Conway, AR
Mark Goadrich, Associate Professor of Computer Science
Course: Foundations of Computer Science
Peer: Emily Hill, Drew University

English
Morehouse College
, Atlanta, GA
Michael H. Janis, Associate Professor of English
Course: Honors College Composition
Peer: Glenn Stuart, New England College

Environmental Studies
Skidmore College
, Saratoga Springs, NY
Nurcan Atalan-Helicke, Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies
Course: Political Ecology
Service Learning Projects Descriptions
Peer: Vanessa Volpe, Ursinus College

Dance
Reed College
, Portland, OR
Victoria Fortuna, Assitant Professor of Dance
Course: Community Dance and Collective Creation
Peer: S. Alexandra (Alex) Picard, New England College

Humanities Interdisciplinary: American Studies, Classics, History, Political Science, Sociology 
The Evergreen State College
, Olympia, WA
Ulrike Krotscheck, Member of the Faculty in Archaeology and Classical Studies
Co-taught with Bradley Proctor, Member of the Faculty in History
Course: Inventing the Citizen: The History of Political Action and its Limits (outline - syllabus to be uploaded in Spring 2018)
Peer: Wilson Valentín-Escobar, Hampshire College

Humanities Interdisciplinary: Critical Social Inquiry: American Studies, Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, Latin American Studies, Sociology
Hampshire College
, Amherst, MA
Wilson Valentín-Escobar
Associate Professor of American Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, and Sociology
Course: Citizens(hip) and Colonialism in our Backyard: Puerto Rican History, Civic Engagement, and Decolonial Social Change
Peer: Ulrike Krotscheck & Bradley Proctor, The Evergreen State College

Law
Pace University
, New York, NY
Jessica Magaldi, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Taxation
Course: Business Law – Civic Engagement
Peer: Casey Schreiber, Dillard University

Mathematics
Goucher College
, Towson, MD
Phong Le, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Course: Data Analytics
Peer: Lynne Steuerle Schofield, Swarthmore College

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
Lynne Steuerle Schofield, Associate Profesor of Statistics
Course: Topics in Statistics, Data Analysis for Policy Reports
Peer: Phong Le, Goucher College

Theatre
New England College
, Henniker, NH
S. Alexandra (Alex) Picard, Associate Professor of Theatre
Co-taught with Glenn Stuart, Professor of Theatre
Course: Language and Discourse: How a Resistance Can be a Production
Peers: Victoria Fortuna, Reed College, paired with Alex Picard
& Michael H. Janis, Morehouse College, paired with Glenn Stuart

Psychology
Ursinus College
, Collegeville, PA
Vanessa Volpe, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Course: Minority Health and Health Disparities
Peer: Nurcan Atalan-Helicke, Skidmore College

Urban Planning
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illard University, New Orleans, LA
Casey Schreiber, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Public Policy
Course: Housing Policy
Peer: Jessica Magaldi, Pace University