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Engaged Faculty

Integrating teaching, research, and community partnership building, the below profiles offer a small sample of the many faculty across DePaul's ten colleges and schools who as teacher-scholars exemplify the role of higher education in societal transformation. Through funding and support from their departments, the Steans Center and DePaul's Public Service Council​, the university provides resources to assist faculty in linking curriculum and scholarship to building the capacity of community partners in Chicago and internationally.

  • Adrienne M. Holloway, Assistant Professor, School of Public Service Course: MPS 573 Urban Community Development
  • Miles Harvey, Associate Professor, English Course: ENG 373 Creative Writing and Social Engagement
  • Juana Goergen, Associate Professor, Modern Languages Courses: LST 308 Motherhood in Latino Communities; LST 303 Borderlands; PAX 212 Social Justice/Social Change; PAX 240 Narratives of War for Peace Building
  • Euan Hague, Professor, Geography Course: GEO 133 Urban Geography
  • Jeff Kowalkowski, Instructor, School of Music Courses: MUS 208 Community Audio Art
  • Karen Larimer​, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing Course: NSG 431 Health Promotion for Families and Communities