The P3 Collaboratory is excited to announce the recipients of the 2020-2021 Chancellor's Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship, Patricia Ahkimie and Ramona Ross.
The fellowship is designed to support RU-N faculty in learning about, and implementing, evidence-based pedagogies in their courses, while providing opportunities for the development and furtherance of their individual scholarly agendas. This year's recipients will embark upon projects focused on professional development with a peer-support model and evidence-based pedagogical approaches that promote effective (online) instruction that lead to stronger student outcomes.
The fellowship is open to all full-time faculty at RU-N: tenured, tenure-track, and non-tenure track. Fellows are provided dedicated office space within the P3 Collaboratory in Dana Library.
Learn more about the Scholars-in-Residence:
Patricia Akhimie is Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark, where she teaches Shakespeare, Renaissance drama, and early modern women’s travel writing. She is the author of Shakespeare and the Cultivation of Difference: Race and Conduct in the Early Modern World (Routledge 2018). She is co-editor, with Bernadette Andrea of Travel and Travail: Early Modern Women, English Drama, and the Wider World (University of Nebraska Press 2019). She is currently at work on a new edition of Othello and a monograph about women's travel. Her research has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Ford Foundation, and the John Carter Brown Library.
Ramona Ross is a Psychology Teaching Instructor and Assistant Undergraduate Director with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Her work in higher education focuses on lecturing in the subject area of Clinical Psychology, undergraduate degree program development, as well as advising and mentoring students.
Learn more about the Chancellor's Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship.