Donna M. Qualters is Director of the Center for Learning and Teaching (CELT) at Tufts University and an Associate Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine and Adjunct Associate Professor of Education. Donna has served in similar capacities at Northeastern University, MIT, University of Massachusetts Medical School and Suffolk University.
She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Studies from Lesley University, where she adapted an innovative technique called Dialogue to facilitate change in faculty teaching practice.
Donna’s research and publications are in the area of assessment, teacher identity, creating faculty community, active learning, reflective practice, ethical inquiry, and experiential education. She is a frequent presenter and speaker nationally and internationally including recent work in Saudi Arabia, SE Asia and Africa.
Donna has been honored by the Professional Development and Organizational Network in Higher Education (POD) for her innovative work in faculty development.
Read about Donna’s Chalk Talk: E-advice from Jonas Chalk, Legendary College Teacher