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Sarah LaChance Adams and Glen Drexler (10/22/2012)


Office of Multicultural Affairs

University of Wisconsin-Superior

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P.O. Box 2000
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Office of Multicultural Affairs

Sarah LaChance Adams and Glen Drexler (10/22/2012)

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning want you to meet:

                 Glen DrexlerGlen Drexler


Hometown
: Duluth, MN
Originally from New Ulm, MN)

Department or Office: Athletics Department

Where did you attend college, grad school, and/or doctoral school:
Bemidji State University

What classes I teach: Head Coach, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful: Change is inevitable, always be prepared to deal with - and open to it.

What is your favorite book: Running with the Buffaloes: A Season Inside with Mark Wetmore, Adam Goucher, and the University of Colorado Men's Cross-Country Team, by Chris Lear

One fun fact about you: Grew up on a "century" farm in Southern MN. Family farm is well over 100 years old. 

  

      Sarah LaChance AdamsSarah LaChance Adams

Hometown: Biddeford, Maine

Department or Office:
Department of Social Inquiry

Where did you attend college, grad school, doctoral school:
Undergrad - Mount Holyoke College 
MA - Seattle University;  
PhD - University of Oregon

Programs/services that you coordinate/provide (only list the names): Introduction to Philosophy, Contemporary Moral Problems, The Philosophy of Children, Philosophy of Love & Sex, Teaching for Social Justice, Enlightenment, Freedom and Alienation, The Self Unconcealed, Philosophy & Film and Philosophies of Pregnancy, and Childbirth and Mothering.

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful: The most important thing you can do to learn is to be willing to take risks; dare to say what you think, *especially* if you think others will disagree with you.

What is your favorite book: Anything by Simone de Beauvoir

One fun fact about you: My first book is coming out this month!  It's called, Coming to Life: Philosophies of Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Mothering

  

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) are excited to collaborate on a new initiative called Faculty/Staff Spotlight! Modeled after the new Student Spotlight hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, this feature will spotlight photos and information about our great faculty and staff.  Won't you please consider being part of this Spotlight opportunity?

To participate, all you need to do is fill out the following information and return to cetl@uwsuper.edu:

Faculty/Instructional Staff Questions:

Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
Where did you attend college, grad school, and/or doctoral school:
List what classes you teach:
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful:
What is your favorite book:
One fun fact about you:


Non-Instructional Staff Questions:

Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
Where did you attend college, grad school, doctoral school:
Programs/services that you coordinate/provide (only list the names):
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful:
What is your favorite book:
One fun fact about you:


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