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Tenured and promoted faculty: School for New Learning 2017-18

School for New Learning
(DePaul University/Jamie Moncrief)
This fall, Newsline will highlight all recently tenured and promoted faculty at DePaul. This feature includes faculty from the School for New Learning.  

Joseph Chen

Joseph Chen, promoted to associate professor with tenure

Joseph Chen, an associate professor in the School for Learning and director of Student Support Services, is an expert in applied and clinical psychology, and adult education. This academic year he looks forward to continuing to help nontraditional adult learners realize their educational goals and the confidence that comes with achieving the important milestone of obtaining their degree. 

Sara Kimble

Sara Kimble, promoted to associate professor with tenure

Sara Kimble, an associate professor in the School for New Learning, is a researcher of the history of women's rights and European law. In addition to her own scholarly accomplishments, Kimble is most proud of the discoveries her students make while researching with primary sources and when they find their voices through writing op-eds on topics that matter to them.

Gretchen Wilbur

Gretchen Wilbur, tenured

Gretchen Wilbur is an associate professor and assessment director in the School for New Learning. This year, Wilbur looks forward to being a Fulbright Scholar in Jamaica, where she will collaborate and research with local performance artists, teacher educators and community activists. She hopes to help advance the country's goals for democratic citizenship, and learn from the history and practice of using performance for learning and social action.