Robinson Studies Pedagogy
Wins Trustees Teaching Award
Posted: Friday, August 31, 2012
Jennifer Meta Robinson was a recipient of a competitive Trustees Teaching Award in 2012. She directs C122: Interpersonal Communication and teaches courses in how we imagine and communicate our relationship to nature, how food functions in culture and communication, and the critical study of sense of place.She also speaks widely on communication and education, giving keynote speeches in the past year for such events as the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment biannual meeting (“Stories from the Field: Space, Place, and the Performance of Self”) and the International Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Scholars and Mentors (“The Ecology of SoTL: The Long-Term Impact of a Learning Community on Environmental Literacy”).This fall, she will appear in a plenary panel for the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference in Hamilton, Ontario.
- Concordance of bacterial communities of two tick species and blood of their shared rodent host
- Mechanisms of bacterial morphogenesis: Evolutionary cell biology approaches provide new insights.
- Rapid diversification associated with a macroevolutionary pulse of developmental plasticity
- Characterization of the honey bee microbiome throughout the queen-rearing process