Mathew L. Ouellett

Editor of Teaching Inclusively

Dr. Mathew L. Ouellett is Director of the Center for Teaching, University of Massachusetts Amherst. In this capacity, he works closely with faculty members, department chairs and deans to implement a broad range of teaching development and diversity related programs for faculty and graduate students across the disciplines. For the past ten years he has been responsible for the academic year-long faculty and graduate student teaching development fellowship, Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom Faculty and Teaching Assistant Development Program.

Dr. Ouellett has published a number of articles and book chapters on a broad range of research and teaching interests including: teaching inclusively, multicultural education, and organization development. Dr. Ouellett serves as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst where he regularly teaches EDUC 595K: Introduction to College Teaching. Additionally, he is a summer lecturer in the Smith College School for Social Work where he team teaches both required and elective courses on the implications of race and racism for social work practice in the United States. He is also regularly invited to present at regional and national faculty development institutes. Dr. Ouellett has most recently been the recipient of research support from the Ford Foundation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, and the Richard Nathan Trusts through the Institute for Gay and Lesbian Studies, Amherst, Massachusetts.