Director, Center for Global Education
- BA, Drew University, 1989
- MA, Drew University, 2005
Director, Center for Civic Engagement
Amy Koritz is Professor of English and Director of the Center for Civic Engagement at Drew University. She is the author of Gendering Bodies/Performing Art (U Michigan P 1995) and Culture Makers: Urban Performance and Literature in the 1920s (U Illinois P, 2009). With George Sanchez, she is co-editor of Civic Engagement in the Wake of Katrina (U Michigan P, 2009) and has written about civic engagement in the humanities in Diversity Digest, the Modern Language Association’s Profession and elsewhere. Before coming to Drew in 2008, she was Professor of English at Tulane University where she also served as Associate Director for Community and Culture at the Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research.
As Director of the Center for Civic Engagement, Dr. Koritz is responsible for setting the Center’s priorities, managing its resources, developing and sustaining strategic partnerships, leading civic engagement collaborations across the university, and communicating about Civic Engagement at Drew with internal and external stakeholders.
Assistant Director, Center for Civic Engagement
Amy joined the Center for Civic Engagement in 2012. In her role at the Center, she supports the Civic Scholars Program in all its dimensions including recruitment, retention, advising and program coordination. She also develops and stewards partnerships between Drew and community organizations to provide civic engagement and internship opportunities for Drew students and for faculty members teaching community-based learning courses. Prior to this position she held two others at Drew, beginning in 2001, and former administrative posts at M.I.T. and Harvard Business School. Amy holds a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of Connecticut.
Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Dr. Sari Pascoe leads the inaugural Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at Drew University. Dr. Pascoe brings professional skills in executive administration, organizational change management, leadership, strategic planning, evaluation and assessment, collaboration, instruction, research, and fundraising.
Dr. Pascoe holds degrees in Business (organizational management), K-12 and adult education (Spanish BCLAD teaching credential), Instructional Technologies, and a Ph.D. degree in Education with a focus on systemic change in organizations and a minor in fundraising & grant writing from Indiana University, Bloomington (IN), San Francisco State University (CA), and Eastern University (PA).
Over the last decade she resided in the West Coast and led nonprofits and campus-wide initiatives in higher education institutions. This included managing the largest research portfolio for the School of Education at the University of Oregon and leading the institution as Assistant Vice President for the Division of Equity and Inclusion. In this role, Dr. Pascoe led the campus & community engagement portfolio, transforming the way in which the institution engaged with and served its constituents. Most recently, she led campus-wide re-design efforts at Cornell University and campus-wide inaugural initiatives at Ithaca College. You can reach Dr. Sari Pascoe via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Experiential Education Specialist; Chinese Language & Culture Advisor
Associate Dean for Vocation and Formation
Professor of English, Director of Women’s and Gender Studies
Wendy Kolmar is Professor of English and of Women’s and Gender Studies. She teaches courses on feminist theory and the history of feminist thought, Victorian literature, women and literature, gothic and supernatural literature, film and literary criticism. She serves regularly as a consultant and reviewer for women’s and gender studies programs around the country and also served for many years on various governing bodies of the National Women’s Studies Association. Her publications include Haunting the House of Fiction: Feminist Perspectives on Ghost Stories by American Women (with Lynette Carpenter — 1991); Creating an Inclusive College Curriculum: A Teaching Source Book from the New Jersey Project (edited with Ellen G. Friedman, Charley B. Flint, and Paula Rothenberg — 1996); A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Ghost Stories by British and American Women Writers (with Lynette Carpenter — 1998); Feminist Theory: A Reader (with Fran Batkowski, now in its second edition) and a special issue of Women’s Studies Quarterly, entitled Looking Across the Lens: Women’s Studies and Film.
- AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1972; PhD, Indiana University, 1992
Assistant Professor, Physics
- B.S., University of Iowa, 2002
- Ph.D., Stony Brook University, 2008
Assistant Director of RISE: Microbiologist
- Microbiology, Ohio State, 1991