Alumni will have the opportunity to ask questions of Dean Barnett as she provides updates on all of the exciting things happening on campus with the School of Arts and Sciences. The Dean is happy to share how we’re providing Lasallian education during the COVID crisis, recent data about student success, information about upcoming new programs and exciting new partnerships that will prepare our students to make a good living and contribute to the greater good.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 15.
A Zoom link will be provided to all registered guests 24 hours in advance of the presentation.
If you have a specific question you would like the Dean to address, you can submit them in advance to email@example.com.
About Dean Pamela Barnett:
Dean Barnett is a graduate of Barnard College (B.A.) and Emory University (Ph.D.). In 2010, she earned a certificate in Diversity Leadership at Temple University which has deeply informed her work as a teacher and academic leader. She is a Fellow of the Best Teachers Institute, which promotes research-based teaching practices.
Dean Pamela Barnett’s career and research in higher education have focused on advancing learning in the liberal arts for diverse student bodies. Before joining La Salle in summer 2018, she served as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Distinguished Professor of English at Trinity Washington University in Washington, DC a Catholic, liberal arts college and one of the nation’s few remaining women’s colleges. Dean Barnett measurably increased first-to-second year persistence and retention, enhanced faculty life and garnered 1.4M in new resources. In her previous role as Associate Vice Provost and Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at Temple University, she brought the research on learning and best practices in higher education to support the university’s academic portfolio.
For more information on Dean Barnett, you can read her full bio online.