Center for Transformation Staff
Joshua Perks, M.Ed., Pedagogy & Instructional Designer
Lamson 003B x-53029 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Perks is a lifelong learner of technology, and has put this passion to work for over 10 years in both education and business environments. Joshua is excited to apply this knowledge to further the goals of Plymouth State University. Through his graduate schooling at Texas State University and work experience in both K-12 and post secondary education, he has cultivated a great depth of instructional and technological skills focused on driving student engagement and learning. Joshua has been an adjunct instructor for Nazareth College and has worked extensively with classroom teachers and faculty in improving their teaching and learning. the Joshua believes experiential learning is a path to creating learners who are passionate about their education and who will take ownership over their own learning process.
Joshua is available for drop-in appointments Monday’s from 9-11 am or Thursdays from 2-4 pm in the CFT: Lamson 003. You may also schedule an appointment using the Pedagogy Consultation Form.
Jessica Dutille, MBA ’03, ’04G, High Impact Learning Partner
Lamson 003A x-52372 email@example.com
Jessica serves as a catalyst for developing transformative high impact learning experiences that benefit students, off campus partners, and the broader community. She is a Teaching Lecturer in the Department of Elementary Education and Youth Development and has been teaching the Mentoring and Empowering Youth course since 2006. Jessica graduated with her B.S. in Marketing in 2003 and her MBA in 2004, and she is currently a doctoral student in the Ed.D. program. She served as the Executive Director of the Pemi Youth Center for twelve years and co-founded the Faith, Hope And Love Foundation of NH in 2006. She is the advisor for the International Service Trip to Jamaica and a member of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women. Jessica is passionate about empowering students to grow as active citizens on their journeys of discovery and to create meaningful connections throughout our local and global communities.
Casey Krafton, M.Ed.,
Active Citizenship & Engagement Associate
Lamson 003A x-53274 firstname.lastname@example.org
As a deep believer in the power of community, social justice, and creative education, Casey is passionate about raising the consciousness of students, and bringing a heightened awareness to social justice issues through critical pedagogy.
Casey is an AmeriCorps VISTA alumna, where she served for a year at the NH Coalition to End Homelessness. She received her B.A. in Environmental Studies and Community Development from Southern New Hampshire University, and graduated from Ohio University with an M.Ed.’s in Critical Studies in Education Foundations and an M.Ed. in College Student Personnel.
She has a strong interest in strengths-based development in individuals and communities, and creating impact through immersive service and experiential learning.
Faculty Lounge (Lamson 003)
Hours: Monday – Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm
Lamson 003 is a comfortable, light-filled, AV equipped room where you can drop in any time between 9-4 to read, relax, and decompress. Make a cup of coffee, drop by any of our nearby offices to chat about your teaching needs, or simply enjoy the time and space to unwind and reflect with others or solo. It is also reservable! Need a beautiful space for eight or fewer people to gather? Contact us! CFT@plymouth.edu
If you need help right away, please stop by and see Joshua Perks next door in Lamson 005.