Cindy Thomashow ’78 (New England, MS Env. Studies) is co-director of the graduate program in Urban Environmental Education at IslandWood in partnership with Antioch University Seattle. The program launched in 2015 and prepares educators to work at the intersection of social justice and environmental leadership in urban settings.
Dr. Harriet Schwartz ’09 (GSLC, PhD) served as the keynote speaker for the Cedar Crest College summer 2022 faculty development day. With Relational Cultural Theory as a foundation, Schwartz presented her work on relational teaching. In addition, she engaged the faculty in dialogue regarding authenticity, role, and relational clarity in the teaching space. Schwartz is a Professor of Relational Practice and Higher Education in the Graduate School of Leadership and Change.