Five Program Postdoctoral Fellows Land New Teaching Positions at Universities Across the World

Our Program wants to thank five of our postdoctoral fellows who have made significant contributions to our Program, our community, and our students, and who are now taking their knowledge of leadership and character to other colleges and universities around the world: 

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Hyunju Lee, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow in Education

  • Classes Taught: Issues and Trends in Education: How to Educate Character 
  • New Position: Postdoctoral Fellow at Purdue University Honors College

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Julie Miller, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow in Interdisciplinary Humanities

  • Classes Taught: Reading the Modern World: How Should a Person Be?; Interdisciplinary Approaches to Contemporary Fiction: Character Studies 
  • New Position: Bonn-Yale Anton Wilhelm Amo Fellow at the University of Bonn

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Colleen Mitchell, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow in Politics and International Affairs

  • Classes Taught: Lincoln and Douglas[s]; Introduction to Political Theory; The Politics of Belonging: Community and Character
  • New Position: Assistant Teaching Professor and Associate Director of Outreach at the Augustinian Institute at Villanova University

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Ryan Juskus, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow in the Environmental Program

  • Classes Taught: Environmental Leadership and Character; Climate, Carbon, and Character 
  • New Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate at the High Meadows Environmental Institute at Princeton University

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Lauren Mark, Ph.D. – Postdoctoral Fellow in Communication

  • Classes Taught: Character and Cross-Cultural Communication; Communication, Identity, and Coalition Building 
  • New Position: Assistant Professor in Communication and Culture at SUNY New Paltz

We wish our colleagues all the best in their new positions and are excited about the ways they will continue to advance the transformative teaching and scholarship that have made them such valuable members of our Program and the Wake Forest community.