OKC teacher, James Cooper, discusses the intersection between public transportation, public education, and jobs. For five years after graduate school, Cooper taught as an adjunct college professor, where he discovered a world of adjuncts teaching across multiple campuses and living on low wages, carrying considerable student loan debt and working with no health or retirement benefits. Today, he teaches as a middle school teacher and serves as a trustee on OKC's Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority.
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What is the Spotswood Society?
BY KINBERLY RENNER
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 20, 2014
When you're the steward of the oldest college building in the country and three of the oldest buildings on an historic campus, you get to hang onto a really cool set of old keys. You also get to work with amazing people along with some other various perks. So check out this presentation by Kimberly Renner on the Spotswood Society at the College of William and Mary.
Creative Short-Courses at Nottingham Trent University
BY STEPHEN WHALLEY
@ VOL 6
ON SEP 19, 2014
Stephen Whalley, commercial manager for the Nottingham Trent University College of Art & Design and Built Environment gives an introduction to the range of creative short courses avaliable at NTU. For further infromation about the range of creative short courses on offer, visit the Nottignham Trent University website.
Design-Build Education: Creating a New Education Center for Beardsley Community Farm
BY JENNIFER AKERMAN
@ VOL 16
ON AUG 06, 2015
Presented with Bud Archer and Bailey Green.
Students and faculty from the University of Tennessee’s College of Architecture and Design will present on the benefits of design-build education as illustrated by an innovative new building being created for Beardsley Community Farm in Knoxville—a non-profit urban demonstration farm promoting food security and sustainable agriculture. Design-build education through architectural design courses at UT enabled making a building that reinforces Beardsley’s mission. The new structure will operate as a teaching tool helping farm staff and volunteers more effectively engage the public about the benefits of local sustainable farming. It also creates significant public spaces for the benefit of the community at large.
A Different Way
BY AMANDA FABRYCKI
@ VOL 20
ON AUG 02, 2016
Being debt adverse and with college looming on the horizon, Amanda Fabrycki knew she needed to find a different way to pay for her education. By channeling her love of cars into a business she was able to find her own best path through college. She discusses how passion turned into business and how that business allowed her to achieve a goal that would not have been possible otherwise--graduating college debt free.
College Radio: Alive and Kickin'
BY JULIANNA TULLOS
@ VOL 23
ON MAY 11, 2017
Julianna Tullos gives an in-depth look at Knoxville's only terrestrial college radio station, WUTK, and discusses that not all radio is created equal. While working at the University of Tennessee college radio station, WUTK, in college in 2005, Julianna grew to appreciate the eclectic environment of radio, and odd-balls that fill it. Over a decade later, college radio is still just as relevent and important, providing a creative outlet, promoting community awareness, and providing a platform of expression for students and Knoxvillians.
Print & Press Studio
BY BEN THORNTON
@ VOL 3
ON MAY 16, 2018
A clear example of what you can do to start your own business. Ben Thornton started his own print company with next to nothing, his enthusiasm, and determination have catapulted his business forwards. He now has many clients on the Isle of Man and there are strong links to the growing food and drink community on the Island. Ben was a student at University College Isla of Man where he completed the Level 2 Art & Design Course.
Paper Paint Clay & the Isle of Man
BY VICI BLACKBURN
@ VOL 3
ON MAY 16, 2018
Artist Teacher Vici Blackburn takes us through the inspiration for her work and the how this unusual mix of paint, paper and clay are worked together. Vici has been very busy recently with exhibitions, comissions and participation at drawing events. So exciting to see a UCM BA Hons Fine Art graduate continue to be excited about making work and sharing this with her students at QEII High School.
I Hear & Touch
BY RABEYA JALIL
@ VOL 3
ON MAR 30, 2018
Rabeya Jalil is an art educator and visual artist based in Lahore. She did her undergraduate studies in Fine Art from the National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore in 2005 and her Masters in Art and Art Education (Ed.M.) from Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, on a Fulbright Scholarship in 2013. Currently she is Assistant Professor at the Beaconhouse National University, School of Visual Arts and Design (BNU-SVAD) the Program Head of the MA Art Education Program in the Department of Graduate Studies at SVAD in Lahore
Her art education practice involves working with school art teachers, children with special needs, and individuals from low-income families and culturally diverse populations to explore their creative expression and suggest curricular intervention through the arts. Jalil has presented at (Art Education and Printmaking) conferences in Lahore, Islamabad, New York, Fort Worth (Texas), San Diego, Chicago, St. Louis (Missouri) and Istanbul, and has exhibited her work in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, U. A. E., U.S.A, U.K., Spain, Portugal and India.