Miriam Rosalyn Diamond, PhD
Associate Director and Adjunct Professor, Simmons College
Miriam Rosalyn Diamond is the adjunct professor and associate director of Center for Excellence in Teaching at Simmons College. Diamond is an instructional-curriculum developer who has coached and supported academic departments, faculty, and graduate student instructors at diverse educational institutions nationally and abroad. She has written on active learning techniques, promoting ethical awareness, and enhancing multi-cultural literacy. Her publications include Chalk Talk: E-Advice from Jonas Chalk, Legendary College Teacher (New Forums Press, 2004), Encountering Faith in the Classroom: Turning Difficult Discussions into Engaged Learning (Stylus Press, 2008), and Fostering Religious Literacy across the Curriculum (News Forums Press, 2011).
Diamond holds a PhD in educational processes from Northwestern University, an MA in counseling psychology from Lesley University, and a BSc in rehabilitation/counseling from Boston University.
Last Updated: 06-11-2018