Gregory M. Reihman
8A E. Packer Avenue
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
2013 – Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, and Inaugural Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL)
2004 – Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Lehigh University
2004 – 2013 Director of Faculty Development and Co-Director of the Lehigh Lab
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 Focus in Teaching, Learning, and Information Technology
Active, Collaborative Learning; Inclusive Teaching; Redesign of Lecture-based Courses; Student Engagement Strategies; VR/AR for Learning; Library Planning and Learning Space Design; Faculty Development Strategies and Workshop Design; Faculty Perspectives on IT Integration.
Areas of Research in Philosophy
History of Modern Philosophy, 19th Century German Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Technology, Comparative Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy in Film.
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.