Mary Price

Dr. Mary Price is joining us in the role of Director of Teaching and Learning.  Mary has led faculty development at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis for the past 9 years. For more than 20 years, she has worked with scholar-practitioners, students and community members as a thought partner and critical friend to strengthen practice, deepen learning and co-create actionable knowledge through intentional and equitable community partnerships, grounded in the principles of democratic engagement. Mary’s scholarly interests emphasize the influence of community-academic partnership relationships on learning and community outcomes, socialization and success of publicly-engaged faculty as part of campus equity, civic and student success agendas, and improving institutional climates for ethical and equitable community engagement. She is a co-developer of the SOFAR Partnership Model and has also co-developed a related tool called Collaborative Relationship Mapping (ColRM). She is an active member, and past co-chair of Assessing the Practices of Public Scholarship [APPS], a research group sponsored by Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, which has developed the Democratically Engaged Assessment Framework. She is a co-PI on an 5 year NSF funded institutional transformation project focused on improving STEM education through the integration of ethics instruction with community-engaged learning. Mary’s first day will be April 25th.

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