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Simeon Dreyfuss

Simeon Dreyfuss

Chair, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Director of Liberal Arts Core Program
Flavia Hall
503.699.6273
sdreyfuss@marylhurst.edu

Education

MA in English, emphasis in creative writing, New York University
BA in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts, Fairhaven College, Western Washington University

Classes Taught

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies
Academic Learning: Discovery and Practice
Senior Thesis
Environmental Writing
Writing the Past
The Invention of Place: Literature of the Pacific Northwest
Family and the Individual in 20th Century American Fiction
The More Perfect World: Natural History Essays in America
Fiction Writing
The Personal Essay Literature of the Pacific Rim
Introduction to Service Learning

Publications

Writing Successful PLA Essays: What Evaluators Want. With Myrna Oakley and Sarah Henderson. Marylhurst University (1995, revised 1998)

Capitalizing on the Natural Links between Service Learning and School-to-Work. Community Youth Roles [New York] (Winter 1996–7)

PLA Portfolio Development Guide. With Mary Duvall and Sarah Henderson. Marylhurst University (1994)

My Fight Against Grade Inflation: A Response to William Cole. College Teaching [Washington D.C.] (Fall 1993)

When It Speaks To You, You Must Respond. Pequod [New York] (1992)

The Action Of Paradise. Pequod [New York] 26/27 (1989)

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Emily Lemons Helps Ease Concerns about Death

Interdisciplinary studies student Emily Lemons assisted in organizing a Death Cafe in December 2013, an event designed to create a safe atmosphere to discuss a culturally forbidden topic.

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May 17, 2014

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