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Gregory M. Reihman

Curriculum vitae

8A E. Packer Avenue
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18105


2001 Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin

1995 M.A. in Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin

1992 B.A. in Philosophy, Yale University, with distinction in the major

Professional Experience

Lehigh University

2020  – present   Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services

2013  – 2022    Inaugural Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL)

2013  – 2019        Associate Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services

2004 – present    Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Lehigh University

2004 – 2013         Director of Faculty Development and Co-Director of the Lehigh Lab

Stanford University

1999 – 2004         Program Officer and Teaching Fellow, Introduction to the Humanities (IHUM)

2001 – 2004         Lecturer, Continuing Studies Program

University of Texas at Austin

1997-1998      Assistant Instructor, Department of Philosophy

1995-1997      Teaching Assistant, Plan II Honors Program

Areas of Expertise in Academic and Information Technology Leadership

Collaborative Strategic Planning and Organizational Development; Leading Institutional Change; Library and Learning Space Planning and Design; Faculty Development for IT Integration; Balancing Innovation and Stability; Identifying IT Opportunities in Academic Environments

Areas of Expertise in Teaching and Learning

Active, Collaborative Learning; Inclusive Teaching; Course Design; Redesign of Lecture-based Courses; Student Engagement Strategies; Academic Technology Integration; Faculty Development Strategies; Professional Development Workshop Design; VR/AR for Learning

Areas of Research in Philosophy

Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Technology, Comparative Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy, 19th Century German Philosophy, Classical Chinese Philosophy

Areas of Teaching

Introduction to Philosophy/Philosophical Questions; Philosophy East and West; Philosophy of Technology; Eastern Philosophy; Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (Hegel and Nietzsche); Philosophy of Film; Philosophy of Education; The Technology Research and Communication (TRAC) Writing Fellows Seminar; and South Mountain College Seminar and Investigation courses.

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