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Global Fellows

The Global Lab Faculty Fellows Program supports WPI faculty to reimagine research and pedagogical practices. Each year, the Global Lab hosts Faculty Fellows who spend a term in residence at the Global Lab to complete a research or creative project that advances their professional goals.

The work completed by Faculty Fellows is highlighted here. For more information about their work, contact them directly.

MOBILITIES

Andrew C. Trapp, Ph.D

Andrew C. Trapp, Ph.D

Business School at WPI
Department of Mathematical Sciences 
Operations and Industrial Engineering, Data Science

New Frontiers in Advanced Analytics for Global
Humanitarian Decision-Making

Mobilities: Refugee Placement

Robert Hersh

Robert Hersh

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Oral histories of the Albanian Diaspora in Worcester

Mobilities: Emigration/Diaspora

Michael Elmes

Michael Elmes

Business School at WPI

Rethinking project-based learning from the perspective of indigenous knowledge

Mobilities: Indigenous Knowledge & Pedagogy

Aarti Madan

Aarti Madan

Department of Humanities & Art 

Transpacific Mobility

Mobilities: India & Latin America

John-Michael Davis

John-Michael Davis

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Toxic Livelihoods: A Transmedia Monograph

Mobilities: e-Waste in Palestine

Josh Rosenstock

Josh Rosenstock

Department of Humanities & Art 
Interactive Media & Game Development

AR Pipelines for Site Specific Exhibition Development

Mobilities: Invisible Histories

John Galante

John Galante

Department of Humanities & Art

Contours and Characteristics of the Venezuelan Exodus

Mobilities: Venezuelan Migration

CLIMATE & SUSTAINABILITY

Derren Rosbach

Derren Rosbach

Department of Civil, Environmental, & Architectural Engineering
Department of Social Science & Policy Studies 
Great Problems Seminar

Sustainability Knowledge Network

Sustainability

Mohamad (Soroush) Farzin-Moghadam

Mohamad (Soroush) Farzin-Moghadam

Department of Civil, Environmental, & Architectural Engineering

Epistemic Wall

Climate Change & Art Installation

Seth P. Tuler

Seth P. Tuler

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Making sense of what is meant by a consent-based process for locating a nuclear waste repository

Climate Change

Ingrid Shockey

Ingrid Shockey

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Storying Climate Change

Climate Change

Lisa Stoddard

Lisa Stoddard

Department of Social Science & Policy Studies
Great Problems Seminar

Renewable Energy Concentration and Collaborative Networks

Sustainability & Renewable Energy

GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT PEDAGOGY

William San Martin

William San Martin

Department of Humanities & Art

Global Projects, Global Change: Research and Educational Resources

Pedagogies: IQP Histories

Sarah Stanlick

Sarah Stanlick

Department of Integrative and Global Studies
Great Problems Seminar

The Ways of Knowing Project: Myriad Approaches to Understanding and Assessing the Transformative Capacity of Community Engagement.

Pedagogies: Community Engagement

Marja Bakermans

Marja Bakermans

Department of Biology & Biotechnology 
Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Publishing student-authored Open Education Resources (OERs)

Pedagogies: OER

Laura Roberts

Laura Roberts

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Action Oriented Learning Modules for the IQP

Pedagogies: IQP Learning Modules

Lorraine Higgins

Lorraine Higgins

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Methods for the Global Project Experience: An Archive of Teaching Resources

Pedagogies: Global Project

Rudra Kafle

Rudra Kafle

Department of Physics

Teaching Innovation with Technology in the Context of Nepal

Pedagogy: Nepal STEM

Courtney Kurlanska, Ph.D

Courtney Kurlanska, Ph.D

Department of Integrative & Global Studies

Intercultural Competency and the Global School

Pedagogy: Cultural Awareness

Snehalata Kadam

Snehalata Kadam

Department of Physics

P H Y S I C S (Physical Health Youth Social Intelligent Courageous Students): Rejuvenating adolescent minds with biomechanics of yoga

Pedagogy: Physics & Yoga