Miriam Rosalyn Diamond

Miriam Rosalyn Diamond is a faculty developer who has led courses and lessons on ethics for students as well as educators. Her publications include Teaching TAs to Respond to Ethical Dilemmas (in W. Davis, J. Smith, & R. Smith (Eds.), Ready to Teach: Graduate Teaching Assistants Prepare for Today and Tomorrow, (2002), and How Do You Handle this Situation? Responses by Faculty in Great Britain and the United States to Workshops on the Ethics of Teaching (in Robertson, D.R. and Nilson, L. B. (Eds.) To Improve the Academy, 2006).

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: 05-28-2019