Monalisa Mullins

Lecturer
Full-Time Faculty
College of Arts and Sciences: Philosophy

Profile

Dr. Mullins has recently co-authored Moral Education in America's Schools: The Continuing Challenge (Information Age Publishing, Inc. Greenwich, CT, 2005) and is currently writing for an encyclopedia on moral education (in press April 2006). Dr. Mullins presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching (March 2005) and has been invited to present her paper "The Goldilocks Syndrome: Finding the Mark of Virtue in Women's Leadership" at Oxford University.

Degrees

  • Ph.D. University of Dayton

Research Interests

  • Critical pedagogy and experiential learning
  • Social justice through the lens of American pragmatism
  • Womens' leadership in American institutions of higher education

Selected Publications and Presentations

Publications

Moral Education in America's Schools: The Continuing Challenge. 2005. Information Age Publishing, Inc. Greenwich CT.

Presentations

"Making Learning Meaningful" presented at The 17th Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, hosted by Cal Polytech University in Pomona CA (March 2005).

"The Goldilocks Syndrome: Finding the Mark of Virtue in Women's Leadership" presented as part of the Oxford Rountable on Women's Leadership,hosted by Oxford University in Oxford, England (August 2005).