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Photo by Paul Ratje

Hide-and-go-seek and go search and go rescue

March 5, 2019

I investigate the ways people engage in social activities in virtual spaces, such as distributed multiplayer games, online learning environments, and disaster response training.… Read More


Some learn compassion early

November 20, 2018

I’ve had the privilege to interview children on the streets of Egypt.… Read More


How to survive our vacations

July 18, 2018

Tourism can be a friend of the environment and the world’s oceans – if we get it right.… Read More


Birds, cameras and travel go together. It’s science.

March 15, 2018

Bird watchers flock to Ecuador, my current home, for the high density of species.… Read More


Let’s move this needle

November 13, 2017

Coding Autism, my startup business, came into being because I was inspired by my brother and shocked by the underemployment rate for people with autism. … Read More


Letter to alumni

July 24, 2017

You changed the way I taught, encouraging my own natural orientation to mentor the soul, not just the intellect or even the heart.… Read More


Please call your bank

March 16, 2017

In order to empower others, privileged people need to work with our oppressed brothers and sisters. We can start by refusing to finance the pipeline that endangers drinking water at Standing Rock.… Read More


All my children

November 9, 2016

Having a son truly has helped me find empathy for people, including my little girl and boy characters from Japanese cartoons.… Read More

Photo by Josue Andino
Alumni News

Relax, Tegucigalpa

July 7, 2016

Beyond my for for a nonprofit in the Honduran capital, I instruct yoga classes and invite my students to release their heavy loads.… Read More

Photo by Brian Stethem '84

First female chaplain to go to sea

March 9, 2016

Although I was actually the fourth female chaplain to come on active duty in the Navy, in 1975, my three tours included a series of firsts.… Read More