MENTORSHIP

 

In mentorship, supervisory, and advisory roles, I enjoy opportunities to work with other artist educators to promote contemporary practices while providing leadership and support.  As a diverse field, in which educators can occasionally feel isolated, I believe building networks and enabling collaboration is vital to our professional vibrancy.  Nurturing relationships with current and former students and peers is of the utmost importance to my professional identity.    

 

UNIVERSITY

 

UNIVERSITY of ARKANSAS at LITTLE ROCK

2018-2019 | Faculty Mentor, Student Signature Experience

Office of the Chancellor

2016–Present | Undergraduate and Graduate Art Education Advisor + Field Experience Supervisor

School of Education and College of Arts, Letters and Sciences

 

UNIVERSITY of NORTH TEXAS

2015–2016 + 2012–2013 | Student Teacher Supervisor, 33 Interns

College of Education and College of Visual Arts & Design

 

2015 | Art History Survey I Online, Supervising 1 TA

College of Visual Arts & Design

 

2014–2015 | Art Appreciation for Non-Majors Online, Supervising 5 TAs

College of Visual Arts & Design

 

2013–2014 | Visual Arts Integration Lead Teaching Fellow, Coordinating 3 TAs

College of Visual Arts & Design

 

2013 | Panelist for UNT NAEA Student Chapter Art Educator Event

College of Visual Arts & Design

 

2012 | Children and Art Instructor, Managing 3 TAs

College of Visual Arts & Design

 

 

K–12

 

2011 | Visual Art Student Teacher Mentor

Wayne State College in conjunction with Columbus Public Schools

 

2008–2009 | New Faculty Mentor

Columbus High School, Columbus Public Schools