WHY I TEACH is a series about the dedicated professionals at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, including professors, coaches, advisors and other staff members, who make every day a teachable moment — and every place a learning place — by their expertise and example.
In WHY I TEACH, Mutòpe Johnson, a lecturer of art and design at UW-Whitewater, talks about how he encourages students to think about ideas in a very creative way.
In Why I Teach, Jalal Nawash, associate professor of physics and director of the Undergraduate Research Program, tells how physics is a timeless journey of discovery. "I want to teach because I want students to become aware of the elegance of the universe we live in."
In WHY I TEACH, David Reinhart, a lecturer of philosophy and religious studies at UW-Whitewater, talks about giving the students in his Religious 365 class, "Perspectives on Death and Dying," the option of creating an artwork for their final essay.