Fulbright-Hays Outcomes

Fellow Fulbright-Haysers Simone Pilon, Daniel Ennis, Michael Miller, and I are presenting this poster for the 2017 Fulbright conference on the pedagogical, program, and scholarship outcomes of our experiences on the Fulbright-Hays 2011 Seminar Abroad trip to Morocco and Tunisia.

Fulbright Hays Poster 2017

Below are links and PDFs of my curriculum unit and related resources. Contact me for additional information.

Photos on Flicker

Patterns of Complexity PowerPoint

Patterns of Complexity Curriculum Unit



About Sue Uhlig

I am a doctoral student in art education at Penn State University. My research interests include collecting as pedagogy, public pedagogy, sensory ethnography, material culture, and arts-based research practices. Traveling excites me, and I like to visit places both near and far where I can explore the cultural complexities, layered histories, and geographic wonders of place. I enjoy behaving as a local in a faraway place or acting as a tourist in my hometown. I used to frequent state parks and tent camp, but lately my travels have moved me from natural settings to more urban ones where a nice hotel or the hospitality of friends is appreciated. I pick up things along the way, adding to my building collections of place-based objects that fill boxes, drawers, walls, and shelves. Prior to relocating to Pennsylvania for graduate work, I lived in the Midwest, first in suburban Chicago for my formative years then to Lafayette, Indiana. I received a MA in art education at Purdue and subsequently taught there as a continuing lecturer in art appreciation and art education.
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