Penn State Faculty Focus: Douglas R. Lindsay, PhD, Lt. Col., USAF (ret.)

Teaching Graduate Programs in Psychology and Leadership Dr. Lindsay retired from the U.S. Air Force in 2014, after 22 years of dedicated service, to take on the directorship of the Penn State World Campus Master of Professional Studies in Psychology of Leadership at Work (MPS) program. We recently spoke with him about his background and…

How to Navigate Courses if You Have a Disability: JooYoung Seo’s Student Perspective

I’m Sonya Woods, an accessibility consultant for Penn State’s World Campus Learning Design. Part of my job is working with instructional designers and instructional production specialists to help them design course content that works well for students with disabilities, including blindness. Since I work with design staff and our students are at a distance, I…

Maggie Kwok, Academic Adviser and Disability Specialist

Maggie Kwok is an academic adviser and disability specialist at Penn State World Campus. Here’s our conversation about the important position she holds with Penn State: Tell me about your position as an academic adviser and disability specialist to our military students at Penn State World Campus. I work with the Penn State World Campus…

Faculty Focus: Antone Aboud

Antone Aboud is a professor of labor and employment relations at Penn State. We recently caught up with him to learn more about his unique background and what he enjoys about teaching courses for Penn State World Campus. Please give our readers a sense of your teaching background. After receiving my PhD in collective bargaining,…

Faculty Focus: Anthony Robinson

Anthony Robinson is an assistant professor of geography and director of Online Geospatial Programs at Penn State. He leads Penn State’s postbaccalaureate GIS Certificate and Master of Geographic Information Systems programs in the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute. He also serves as an assistant director for the GeoVISTA Center in the Department of Geography. We…