Otterbein University

Otterbein University Otterbein University

1 South Grove Street, Westerville, 43081, OH, US

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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.

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Jeff Ankrom

Jeff Ankrom

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

Kyriacos Aristoelous, Ph.D.

Kyriacos Aristoelous, Ph.D.

Professor

An expert in the areas of applied macroeconomics, international economics, economic development, and environmental economics.

Monetary Policy EU Economics Exchange Rates Environmental Economics International Economics Applied Macroeconomics Economic Development Exchange Rate Economics Exports European Union Economics

Suzanne  Ashworth Ph.D

Suzanne Ashworth Ph.D

Professor

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

Heidi Ballard, Ph.D.

Heidi Ballard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

An expert in classical and contemporary sociological theory, global social change and development, and environmental sociology.

Global Sociology Social Change Environmental Justice Global Health Environmental Sociology

Jennifer Bennett, Ph.D.

Jennifer Bennett, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Department Chair

Dr. Bennett is a microbial geneticist who teaches courses in cell biology, microbiology, microbial genetics and bioinformatics.

Bacterial Signaling Pathways Biochemistry Microscopy Microbial genetics Genetics Bioinformatics

Tammy Birk, Ph.D.

Tammy Birk, Ph.D.

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

Sheri Birmingham, D.V.M.

Sheri Birmingham, D.V.M.

Associate Professor & Department Chair

An expert in Veterinary medicine, Equine Research, Horse Competition, and Race Horse Health.

Veterinary Ethics Equine Facilities Management Race Horse Health Equine Research Veterinary Medicine Equine Health Equine Assisted Therapy Veterinary

Jefferson Blackburn-Smith

Jefferson Blackburn-Smith

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

Samantha Boch, Ph.D.

Samantha Boch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Samantha Boch is an expert on clinical nursing, health disparities, corrections nursing and chronic stress.

Social Determinants of Health Corrections and Health Chronic Stress Health Disparities Teaching Incarcerated Students Epidemiology Nursing Clinical Nursing Mental Health Nursing Prison health Teaching in Prisons Health Disparities and Vulnerable Populations Psychiatric Nursing Incarceration and health

Kristin  Bourdage, Ph.D.

Kristin Bourdage, Ph.D.

Department Chair & Associate Professor

Dr. Kristin Bourdage is a professor of literacy and language arts teaching, project-based learning, and integrating technology and pedagogy.

reading comprehension Literacy K-12 Education Technology and Pedagogy Project-Based Learning in HIgher Education Project-Based Learning Dialogic Teaching Classroom Instuction Technology Classroom-Based Research Literacy acquisition and development Instructional Coaching