Strong Faculty and Staff

Sara Littlejohn

Dr. Sara Littlejohn

Program Chair, Ashby College & Strong College

sjlittle@uncg.edu
336.334.5915
Sara Littlejohn is the Program Chair of Ashby College at University of North Carolina Greensboro. Her research interests include digital language and literacy, rhetoric, terrestrial and online writing center theory, and composition theory. In her spare time she hangs on her front porch stairs with her cat Mycroft.


Anne Barton

Anne Barton

Associate Program Chair, Strong College

acbarton@uncg.edu
336.334.1325
Anne Barton has been teaching history courses at UNCG since 1999, and she has taught a wide variety of courses in European history including Western Civilization, Medieval Legacy, Women and the Family in the Middle Ages, and Europe Since 1920.  Mrs. Barton studied French Literature (B.A.) and Medieval History (M.A.) at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and her particular fields of interest are monastic women and women and gender in the later medieval period.  She currently works and teaches in Strong Residential College and teaches such courses as Pre-Modern Cities and the Strong Core capstone there.  Mrs. Barton lives in Greensboro with her husband and teenaged daughter.


Will Dodson

Dr. Will Dodson

Residential College Coordinator

wjdodson@uncg.edu
336.334.4373
Will Dodson has been the Ashby Residential College Coordinator since 2011. He teaches rhetoric & composition, literature, and media studies courses. His research interests include neuroscience and interactionism, film and new media, feminism, and literary theory. His dream is to one day dream.


Faculty Opportunities

If you’re interested in experimenting with innovative pedagogies in Strong College, contact Dr. Jennifer Stephens, Residential Colleges Development Coordinator.

We can offer you the opportunity to try out new approaches to teaching in a variety of formats. We look for instructors who want to make concepts of sustainability and fieldwork research the focal point of courses in Strong College’s core curriculum.  In these courses, we will look for ways to increase students’ ‘research readiness’ and their ability to navigate the multiple literacies of this (post)modern world.


Previous Faculty Fellows:

Linda Danford, Retired, Classical Studies

Stephen Danford, Retired, Physics and Astronomy

Christopher Hodgkins, English

Lee Phillips, Psychology, Undergraduate Research

Adam Ricci, Music

Mark Schumacher, Jackson Library

Susan Shelmerdine, Classical Studies

Janice Tulloss, Instructional and Research Computing

Jennifer Whitaker, English, Writing Center

David Wharton, Classical Studies