Kristin Dutcher Mann
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Dr. Mann, a faculty member since 2003, is a specialist in the history of Colonial Latin America and the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and holds a Ph.D from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. She is a former high school history and geography teacher, and she serves as the coordinator for the university’s social studies education program.
As part of her work with social studies teachers, both pre-professional and professional, she served as educational specialist for two Teaching American History grant projects in conjunction with the Little Rock School District. Dr. Mann worked on educational materials and professional development for educators related to the Life Interrupted: The Japanese American Experience in WWII Arkansas project since 2003. She serves on the board of the Arkansas Council for the Social Studies and is the coordinator of the Arkansas District 7 National History Day competition.
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Dr. J. Bradley Minnick is an Associate Professor of English Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. For 25 years, he has provided courses on educational drama and literacy for pre-and-in-service teachers at UALR, the University of Texas in El Paso (UTEP), and the University of Pittsburgh. He has also worked closely with elementary, middle, and high school students using process drama to help engage them in best literacy practices.
He is the writer, host and executive producer of Arts & Letters, a radio program on KUAR that highlights artistic and intellectual work in the South and beyond.
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Dr. Amar Kanekar is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator for Health Education and Health Promotion at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His eleven years of teaching experience involves more than twenty-five different courses (undergraduate and graduate) in the areas of public health, health education and health promotion. Recipient of numerous teaching awards, his pedagogical techniques involve online –distance learning, hybrid and face to face courses with web enhancement using instructional technology such as synchronous and asynchronous student interaction.
His research areas of interest focus on adolescent health, measurement in health education, global health, online and hybrid pedagogy and health behavior interventions. He currently serves on the Society for Public Health Education Ethics Committee and Editorial Board for the journal ‘Pedagogy of Health Promotion: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning’. He also on the Review Board of the American Journal of Health Behavior and Journal of Health Education Teaching.