Faculty Learning Community
Year of Morocco Faculty Learning Community Participants
Daniel ParackaDaniel Paracka Director, Campus Internationalization
Director, Campus Internationalization
Phone: (470) 578-6732
Location: SO 2011Ais
Daniel J. Paracka, Ph.D. is Professor of Education in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Director of Campus Internationalization in the Division of Global Affairs at KSU. Dr. Paracka served with the Peace Corps in Sierra Leone from 1985-87 and taught English in China from 1987-89. Read More.
Sandra BirdSandra Bird Professor of Art Education
Professor of Art Education
Phone: (470) 578-6139
Location: VA 202
Sandra Bird, Ph.D. is Professor of Art Education at KSU who teaches art education courses involving intercultural art education and curriculum, and art history courses related to Islamic art. Annually, her curriculum courses host a service learning partnership with local schools. Read more.
Christie EmersonChristie Emerson Assistant Professor of Nursing
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Phone: (470) 578-6071
Location: HS 3108
Christie Emerson, MSN, RN, is a clinical assistant professor in the Wellstar School of Nursing at Kennesaw State University and is also in the final semester of coursework toward a Ph.D. in Nursing Science. Read more.
Maia HallwardMaia Hallward Professor of Middle East Politics
Professor of Middle East Politics
Phone: (470) 578-2379
Location: House 3201 - 116
Maia Carter Hallward, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor jointly appointed with the PhD Program in International Conflict Management and the Department of Political Science and International Affairs. Read more.
Nina MorganNina Morgan Associate Professor of English
Associate Professor of English
Phone: (470) 578-3504
Location: EB 179
Nina Morgan, Ph.D. is a founding and honorary member of the Moroccan American Studies Association (MASA), a national organization housed at Hassan II University Casablanca where she has participated in numerous initiatives and programs since 2006 and serves as an affiliated faculty member of the Masters of Moroccan American Studies program. Read more.
Amanda RicheyAmanda Richey Assistant Professor of TESOL
Assistant Professor of TESOL
Phone: (470) 578-2769
Location: BEB 436
Amanda B. Richey, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of TESOL and Literacy Education in the Inclusive Education Department at Kennesaw State University. At KSU she teaches in the graduate TESOL program and coordinates the TESOL Ed.S./Ed.D. programs. Read more.