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Faculty Highlight - Amy Magnus
Dr. Amy Magnus has been teaching at SCC since 2001. With a Ph.D. in Multi-Cultural Literature and a credential in Native American Studies, Amy has always had a passion for cultural education. At SCC she teaches American Racial Minorities and Global Peace and Social Justice, and created the American Indian Studies courses and is a member of the Equity by Design team at the college. She also has formed a long-term partnership with the Red Cloud Indian School on Pine Ridge Reservation, where she takes students each spring from her Dakota Language, History and Culture course. A member of the Equity Taskforce for the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council, Amy serves as a mentor for BIPOC artists through the council’s many grant programs.
A firm believer that education occurs both inside and outside of the classroom, Amy has been involved with the biannual Global Connections Conference since 2004, working to bring speakers, artists and vendors to our campus. #SCCproud.
- North Mankato - Near the library behind the Copy Shop
- Faribault - B102
- General teaching and learning topics, including adult learning, course design, curriculum, effective syllabus design, equity and inclusive teaching, online teaching, open educational resources, quality assurance (Quality Matters), and more
- Educational technologies, including D2L Brightspace, MediaSpace, Softchalk, WIDS, and more