2019 Summer Scholars

Shuck Jamison

Jamison Shuck:  I teach History and English as a New Language just outside Indianapolis where the majority of my students are recent immigrants to the United States.  I have taught on three continents and spent eight years living in Chile. I love to travel and see new places and I spend my free time reading history, hiking, camping, and watching TV.  I look forward to learning more about our... Shuck Jamison 's Full Profile

Simmons Patricia

I was born and raised in the great city of San Francisco, where I attended Saint Emydius Elementary School and Notre Dame High School. After high school, I relocated to Southern California, and attended UCLA, where I majored in English Literature, then I returned to San Francisco, where I received my teaching credential at USF. I was a classroom teacher for almost twenty years, mostly in... Simmons Patricia 's Full Profile

Willis Teresa

Teresa Willis: Teresa is a middle-school humanities teacher who’s spent the past eight years teaching  English and social studies in New York City public and private schools. Teresa is also an expert Restorative Practices facilitator skilled in leading restorative circles for youth and adults, and in providing training, consultation and coaching for educators and youth development... Willis Teresa 's Full Profile

Wolfe Jeremy

Jeremy Wolfe is currently a third grade classroom teacher at the Paul Hanlon Elementary School in Westwood, Massachusetts. He will begin his 10th year in the classroom this September. Jeremy received his Bachelor's Degree from Assumption College in 2007, and his Masters in Education from Boston College in 2010. He comes from a family of educators and is always looking to learn and grow. When... Wolfe Jeremy 's Full Profile

Wright Teresa

Teresa Wright