Kevin Barry (BS – Marine Biology, MS and Ed.S. – Science Education) helps faculty members and teaching assistants with the selection and implementation of pedagogical strategies to enhance teaching and learning. He also works with departments to provide consultation on program assessment and curriculum revision. Kevin serves on a number of University-wide committees including Academic Council and the University Council on Academic Technology (UCAT) and served on the Board of Directors of the Professional and Organizational Development Network (POD) from 2009 through 2012.
Kevin received the College of Arts and Letters Award of Appreciation for Outstanding Service in September 2011 and became a Fellow of the Notre Dame Institute for Latino Studies in February of 2012. In the summer of 2007, Kevin received a Fulbright Senior Specialist Program Grant to spend five weeks working with the Center for Innovation and Quality in Teaching at the University of Talca, Chile.
Kevin team-teaches "La telenovela: género, significado cultural y producción estudiantil" each spring. This project-based multidisciplinary course was designed to enhance the media literacy of students while they develop language skills and an understanding of the genre of the telenovela. He has also taught "Applied Multimedia Technology" and "Advanced Multimedia" as a concurrent lecturer in the Computer Applications Program and "Directed Readings in Science Education" and "Introduction to Computers in Education" for the Alliance for Catholic Education Master Program.
Kevin is a member of the Notre Dame Migration Working Group and was the director, videographer and editor for "Project Mexico Immersion: Confronting Transnational Migration," a short documentary film that examines the relationship between Plymouth Indiana and Santiago Capitiro Mexico.
CAPP 23507 La Telenovela / TR / 9:30am – 10:45pm (Spring)