Rob Eaton is a professor of religious education at BYU-Idaho, where he also served as an associate academic vice president. In the latter role, he helped create what has become BYU Pathway Worldwide—an online program now serving over 57,000 students globally. He also developed and teaches a semester-long course for new faculty members. Eaton earned a bachelor’s in international relations from BYU and a law degree from Stanford. He worked as a corporate attorney and executive before teaching full-time. He is the co-author of Improving Learning and Mental Health in the College Classroom.
Last Updated: 04-27-2023
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- By making slight tweaks to course design, teaching faculty can make meaningful strides in relieving student mental health concerns and stress, as well as increasing learning and retention. This 20-Minute Mentor provides concrete examples to show you how!
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