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Christine Alexander

Christine Alexander

Christine Alexander

Lecturer, Science, Technology and Society

Christine Alexander (Lecturer, STS) is a play-based and arts-integrative educator originally from Atlanta, GA, but now a longtime resident of the DC area. She combines her facilitation skills and passion for human development to create purpose driven experiences for groups of all ages and stages. Before earning her M.A. in Teacher Education and Professional Development from the University of Maryland, she worked as a Teaching Artist in schools, museums, and theaters. Her training includes 7 years of applied improvisation for educational contexts (Smithsonian Associates), and two years of Gestalt Theatre training for educators (Gestalt Theatre Association), along with coursework in Design Thinking.

Christine now facilitates the creative development of university students and faculty as a Lecturer and professional development provider in the Science, Technology, and Society program of College Park Scholars and the A. James Clark School of Engineering. Christine teaches ENES200: Technology and Consequences: Engineering, Ethics, and Humanity, as well as the 1st year spring colloquium for STS scholars. She is also currently guest teaching with the Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership in the College of Education.


Department Information

  • Science, Technology and Society
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