New Experiential Learning Partnership and Educational Developer
The OAC Dean’s Office is pleased to welcome Boris Martin into the role of Experiential Learning Partnership and Educational Developer. He began in the role on October 31.
In this role, Boris will support the OAC flexible internship courses, developing and expanding existing and new experiential learning initiatives within OAC, and stewarding strong relationships with employers and community partners in the agriculture, environment, food and community development sectors. The role reports jointly to the OAC Dean’s Office and U of G’s Experiential Learning Hub.
Boris joins the University from Tulane University in New Orleans where he received his PhD in History. Boris has many years of university-level teaching experience within the community-engaged context and experience on both the educator and community partner side of experiential learning courses.
Employers and community organizations interested in working with OAC students are encouraged to reach out to Boris at email@example.com