Douglas Moody, Ed.D. is a Senior Lecturer at Dartmouth College in the Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies program, in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, and a Lecturer in the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. His research is on experiential learning and critical global citizenship and he was the faculty advisor for the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact Cross-Cultural Education and Service Program (CCESP) in Nicaragua from 2005 to 2017. He has been a faculty adviser for the student organization, CoFIRED (Coalition for Immigration Reform, Equity, and DREAMers) since 2014, and he is the faculty adviser for the student organization, Fuerza, in which Dartmouth students work in solidarity with and teach English to local dairy farm workers and he teaches the course, LATS 37, “Migrant Lives and Labor in the Upper Valley.” Moody is interested in promoting critical and reciprocal educational opportunities for students and community members in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and in the United States, and he is currently leading an educational initiative in experiential learning in the Upper Valley with Dartmouth students, Geisel School of Medicine students, medical professionals, community volunteers, and migrant dairy farm workers and dairy farm owners.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
APRIL 26-27, 2019
Hanover Inn and Moore Hall in Hanover, New Hampshire.
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