Jayne DeMente ’96 (Los Angeles, BA) is leading an excavation in the Wash Basin of Pikes Canyon in Yucca Valley, California in August 2018. The excavation is being organized by the nonprofit Womens Heritage Project. It will focus on “seeking and defining Native American artifacts from an archaeomythology, ethnic and gender partnership perspective.”
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.