Lone Star-Cy-Fair faculty publish essays in journal 'Inquiry'
Eight Lone Star College-CyFair faculty members contributed essays that will be featured in “Inquiry,” a national academic peer-reviewed journal.
Philosophy professor Maria Sanders received a $2,500 Lone Star College System Innovative Grant to fund a Faculty Learning Community on the topic of Applying Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum in Higher Education.
“The overall goal of the project was to increase the base knowledge of the Learning Community participants on the topic of applying critical thinking across the curriculum and to create a valuable resource for community college faculty seeking to apply critical thinking in their respective classes,” said Sanders, who served as project director, in a press release.
Joining Sanders in the collaborative project were political science professor Frank Codispoti, who passed away this summer, sociology professor Idolina Hernandez, philosophy and religion professor Jason Moulenbelt, psychology professor Lori Richter and chemistry professor Ann Van Heerden.
Also participating were librarian Susan Green and math and CIT professor Dr. Claire Phillips, who is now dean of Humanities.
The essays were published in the 2011 spring and summer volumes of “Inquiry.”
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