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"EMPOWERING TODAY'S TEACHERS WITH THE TOOLS OF TOMORROW"


2018 Featured Assistant Professor: Nea Maloo


Maloo Nea is an educator currently teaching in the Architecture department, Design Studio, Structures, Environmental Systems, South Asia Art and Architecture and Professional Practice classes at Howard University, college of engineering and Architecture. She also believes that architecture is contextual and encourages her students to travel to gain experience, initiating a travel led education to South Asia.

Nea is passionate about environmental design and technical education and is licensed in DC, MD and VA. She has combined these core values in her architectural practice and the academic community. Her teaching pedagogy is to integrate technical integration in design to create wholistic learning in her students. Her technical expertise and background in sustainability design brings a unique perspective to design weaving architecture and education to the built environment.

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2018 Featured Associate Professor: Ingrid Sturgis

Ingrid Sturgis is an Associate Professor in the Cathy Hughes School of Communication, specializing in new media in the Department of Media, Journalism and Film. Professor Sturgis has worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Times-Herald Record and the Poughkeepsie Journal as well as managing editor for magazine start-ups BET Weekend and Savoy. She began working in interactive media in 1985 as a member of the New York Time’s videotext project.

She has worked online since 2001 in positions such as senior programming manager for AOL's Black Voices, as editor-in-chief for Essence.com, and more recently as a web strategist for fierceforblackwomen.com. She has also serves as an editor for Howard University’s fact-checking site truthbetold.news.

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