Teaching in a Complex World

Seven faculty members named to the first cohort of Global Teaching and Learning Fellows.

Nandini Deo, one of the fellows.

Nandini Deo, associate professor of political science at Lehigh, is one of seven faculty in the first cohort of Global Teaching and Learning Fellows.

To help faculty design innovative international education experiences, Lehigh’s Global Citizenship Center for Pedagogies of Self, Other and World Well-being has named its first cohort of Global Teaching and Learning Fellows.

The seven faculty are Nandini Deo, associate professor of political science; Rochelle Frounfelker, assistant professor of community and population health; Almut Hupbach, professor of psychology; Terry-Ann Jones, professor of political science and director of the Africana Studies Program; Mary Anne Madeira, assistant professor of international relations; Ziad Munson, professor of sociology and chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology; and Xiaochuan Tong, teaching assistant professor.

The cohort will travel to Rishikesh, India, in the Himalayan foothills, in May 2023 for an immersive weeklong seminar led by center Director Lina Rodríguez and William Crow, director of the Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG), where the faculty will be able to reflect on what it means to study abroad and how to use place-based learning in the classroom.

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