Center for Engaged Pedagogy, Education
As a member of the President's Senior Staff, Jennifer Rosales provides strategic vision and leadership in cultivating an inclusive campus by advancing a holistic approach to institutional learning. Through the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, she proactively develops and implements policies and programs that educate and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion as core values of the College. She oversees the Center for Engaged Pedagogy (CEP) which develops new teaching and learning initiatives, diverse learning contexts and opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. She also supervises the Office for Community Engagement and Inclusion (CEI), guiding and expanding the college's commitment to working with its neighbors and the city. Previously she was the inaugural Executive Director of the CEP. She is co-authoring a book, Media Literacy of the Oppressed: Designing at the Margins (Routledge forthcoming) and a Co-PI on a NSF grant on computing education at Barnard. Formerly, she was the Director of Research and Evaluation at the Center for Social Justice, Georgetown University. Jennifer received her PhD and MA in Media Studies and her BA in History from the University of Southern California.