Keynote: David Donahue
Dilemmas and Tensions of Service Learning During the Trump Presidency
Bio: David Donahue is Professor of Education and Director of the McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good at the University of San Francisco. Before coming to USF in 2015, he was the Interim Provost and Associate Provost at Mills College in Oakland, California, and worked there for more than twenty years as a professor of education where he taught and advised doctoral students, teacher credential candidates, and undergraduates. He has a Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University and a B.A. in History from Brown University. His research interests include learning from service learning and from the arts. He is co-editor of Democratic Dilemmas of Teaching Service Learning: Curricular Strategies for Success (2011) published by Stylus in 2011. He is also co-editor of Art-Centered Learning Across the Curriculum: Integrating Contemporary Art in the Secondary School Classroom (2014) and Artful Teaching: Integrating the Arts for Understanding Across the Curriculum (2010), both published by Teachers College Press.