Inclusive. Innovative. Progressive. It's the best way to describe Otterbein's history, present and future. At Otterbein, an individual's worth has never been measured by gender, by color or by title. This University has only ever asked: Are you ready to learn and to make your community a better place? If the answer is yes, you already know the most important truth about Otterbein. And the story only gets better.
Associate Provost for Strategy & Planning
Jeff Ankrom is a university administrator and expert in public sector economics.
Forensic Economics Recession Economics Statisitics Health Economics Financial Institutions and Markets Public Finance Economics of Sports Urban Economics The Fed Nordic Capitalism
Suzanne Ashworth is an expert in Early American Literatures, GLBTQ Literatures, Gender & Sexuality Studies and Film Studies
Interpersonal Relationships and Social Media Bullying & Social Media Edgar Allan Poe LGBTQ Equality Social Media & Social Change Pop Culture Film Studies GLBTQ Literatures Early American Literature Gender & Sexuality Studies Women's Literature Media Studies LGBTQ Rights Teens on Screen Social Media and Politics Implications of Social Media
Director, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. Associate Professor
Tammy Birk is an expert in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and an Associate Professor at Otterbein University
Transgression Gender and madness Feminism & Gender Studies Feminist praxis and dissent Critical Cosmopolitan Pedagogy Women's Studies Gender & Sexuality Studies Experimental Women’s Writing Feminism Graphic narrative and medicine Critical Animal Studies
Vice President for Enrollment Management
Jefferson Blackburn-Smith is an expert in financial aid, scholarships, college admissions, and politics and higher education.
Higher Education Retention Enrollment Management Higher Education Access University Admissions College Admissions Student Debt Scholarships Financial Aid Politics and Higher Education College Access College affordability College Admission Preparation Higher Education Access for Underrepresented Communities Higher Education Enrollment Issues Higher Education Policy
Department Chair & Associate Professor
Dr. Kristin Bourdage is a professor of literacy and language arts teaching, project-based learning, and integrating technology and pedagogy.
Literacy Instructtional Coaching K-12 Education Technology and Pedagogy Project-Based Learning in HIgher Education reading comprehension Project-Based Learning Dialogic Teaching Classroom Instuction Technology Classroom-Based Research Literacy acquisition and development
John Comerford is an expert in higher education, regional and national topics.
Inequality in Education Higher Education Administration and Management Higher Education Access for Underrepresented Communities College affordability National Topics Higher Education Regional Topics Diversity in Higher Education Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education Higher Education Access College Access
Associate Professor of History
Anthony DeStefanis is a generalist in recent U.S. history, including impeachment, immigration, race and ethnicity.
U.S. Foreign Policy Impeachment History Of Rock And Roll History of Sexuality The Gilded Age and Progressive Era History of Capitalism Vietnam War The Cold War Civil Rights Movement Racism in America White Supremacy Violence in America Domestic Terrorism U.S. Foreign Relations Public Charge and Immigration Immigration and Ethnicity Immigration Policy Poverty and Inequality Labor and the Working Class Incarceration and Racial Disparity
Kristina Escondo is an expert in Latin-America-Asia (Transoceanic) Studies and Filipino literatures and cultures.
Revolution and anti-coloniality Race and Ethnic Studies Filipino literatures and cultures Latin-America-Asia (Transoceanic) Studies Caribbean literatures and cultures Coloniality of power
Professor , Ecology & Environmental Science, Field Biology
Michael teaches several biology and zoology courses and serves as advisor for students doing independent research and internships.
Ecology of Freshwater Mussels Life History Patterns Aquatic Ecology Biological Assesment of Aquatic Systems Systematics
Michael Hudoba moved from Canfield Ohio in 2005 to begin his undergraduate career in Mechanical Engineering at The Ohio State University.
3d Printing Systems Engineering Nanoengineering DNA Based Nanomachines Biodesign Engineering Mechanical Engineering