Center for Engaged Pedagogy, Education
Jennifer Rosales is the inaugural Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Pedagogy. She provides academic leadership and vision for teaching and learning at the CEP and Barnard College, guiding and expanding the college's commitment to inclusive and engaged pedagogy. She strengthens Barnard's culture of pedagogy by developing new teaching and learning initiatives, diverse learning contexts and opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. Previously she was the Director of Research and Evaluation at the Center for Social Justice, Georgetown University. There, she conducted research on social justice issues, arts, community engagement, and education. She is co-authoring a book, Media Literacy of the Oppressed: Designing at the Margins (Routledge forthcoming). Jennifer received her PhD and MA in Media Studies and her BA in History from the University of Southern California.