The following faculty members are recognized as Changemaker Faculty Champions because of their passion for innovative pedagogy in their respective fields, for their scholarship, and their commitment to co-develop USD Changemaker Campus. The Changemaker Faculty Champions hope to advocate for collaboration among students, faculty, and community members at USD, to increase dialogue and spread awareness about what it means to be a Changemaker Campus.
Assistant Professor, Choral Studies
Camino Hall 144A
Kroc Institute of Peace and Justice 124
Andrea Godfrey Flynn
Associate Professor of Marketing
Olin Hall 107
Assistant Professor, General Engineering
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Olin Hall 239
Associate Professor, Sociology
Serra Hall 220
Shiley Center 482
Professor, Learning and Teaching
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall 247
Camino Hall 126F
Dr. Chung is a distinguished Changemaker faculty champion through her work establishing the San Diego Asian Film Festival and pairing her students with real-life situations that impact the greater community.
Professor of Economics
Olin Hall 110
Professor Doshi strives to be a Changemaker by proposing ways in which corporations can step in and scale their innovations to reach and enrich underserved populations at the base of the pyramid.
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Loma Hall 325
To Mechanical Engineering Professor Frank Jacobitz, changemaking is much more than a one-way interaction. For him, feedback from the receiving end of change is crucial for the overall success of a project.
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall 229
By teaching both future and current counselors innovative lessons and curriculum, Dr. Martin is building a changemaking mentality through all students of his lessons.
Chair and Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies
Maher Hall 204
Professor Mills believes that for change to be successful, it must start from the bottom, stay grounded in the bottom, and work its way up.
Associate Professor of Management
Olin Hall 114
In Professor Mueller’s view, the mentality of accepting a redefinition of creativity can be most beneficial for businesses because situations involving problem solving and creative idea construction occur often in the business environment.
Associate Professor of Practice, Human Security, and Peacebuilding
Kroc Inst for Peace & Justice 125
At the Kroc School, students enrolled in Professor Tschirgi’s classes not only learn about global problems, but also they are encouraged to question their own society and seek out ways they can make a difference in their community and beyond.
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