Jayetta Slawson holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from New York University. She has taught over twenty-five different courses for the English Department; is a past recipient of the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching; and has organized campus visits of numerous speakers, writers, and performers, including two Pulitzer-Prize winners. Dr. Slawson is active in the National Society for Experiential Education, a graduate of the Experiential Education Academy, and serves on the ULS Service-Learning Council.
Andrew Kessler is pursuing his M.A. in History, concentrating in public history. He obtained Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and History from Nicholls State University in 2016. In addition, he is a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honor society.
Meet our Student Workers:
My name is Robin Reynolds. I am a sophomore from New Orleans currently studying Secondary Education. I would like to become the kind of teacher that takes into consideration every student's learning needs so they can excel in all educational pursuits from that moment on.
My name is Maggie Watkins. I am a freshman from Walker currently studying Nursing. I have always had a heart for helping others in need and would like to one day be able to take my nursing experience and education to a foreign field where I can do medical missions.