Associate Provost for Academic Affairs Beverly Schneller is the co-author of “Leveraging the Talents of Faculty Members to create an Engaged Retirement Ecosystam at the University of Baltimore” published in Faculty Retirement. Best Practices for Navigating Transition (Stylus Press, 2014). The volume is the result of two years research into retirement practices nationwide funded by a Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant through the American Council on Education (ACE).
Schneller also presented “Dana Gioia and the California Horizon” at the national meeting of The College English Association in Baltimore, Md. on March 26-29. Her talked analyzed four of Gioia’s lyrics representative of his use of temporal and physical borders and the sacredness of place.