The fundamental question that drove, and which continues to drive my work is: if movement is essential to learning, memory, and cognition, how might we better integrate movement at all scales (and its corollaries, sensorial engagement and attention to the body) into the design and use of higher education campuses and practices? As a scholar, my work explored the architectural, pedagogical, and historical contexts of bodily education in American institutions of higher education, with an particular emphasis on women’s education in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Contemporary focus

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Work as an ed developer