Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Danny has served on the faculty at Boston CollegeUniversity of Louisville, and Merrimack College, teaching secondary, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as U.S. Army ROTC professors of military science across departments of higher education, theology, philosophy, and business administration.


COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE U.S. (SUMMER 2017 & Summer 2016, UNDERGRADUATE-LEVEL)

  • University of LouisvilleCollege of Education and Human Development
  • Lead Course Designer & Instructor (two sections)
  • Participated in $2M federal grant through the U.S. Army, teaching ROTC professors of military science
  • Translated expertise in higher education to meet the needs of U.S. Army Cadet Command
  • Lead curriculum design, implementation, and assessment of pilot course in year one; curriculum revision and development in year two
  • 2016 Course Evaluations: Charlie Cohort & Mike Cohort

HIGHER EDUCATION IN AMERICAN SOCIETY (SUMMER 2015, GRADUATE-LEVEL)


Mapping Campus Ministry: Culture, Person & Strategy (Summer 2015, Graduate-Level)


Catholic Higher Education: History, Philosophy & Culture (Spring 2015, Graduate-Level)


Spirituality, Religion & The College Student Experience (Spring 2015, Undergraduate-Level)


Sociology of Religion & Higher Education (Fall 2014, Graduate-Level)


Thinking About Intersectionality & Multiple Identities (Fall 2014, Undergraduate-Level)


Higher Education in American Society (Fall 2014, Graduate-Level)


Catholic Higher Education Administration & Leadership (Summer 2014, Graduate-Level)


Spirituality, Religion, & The College Student Experience (Spring 2014, Undergraduate-Level)


Exploring Catholicism: Tradition & Transformation (Fall 2009-Spring 2010, Undergraduate-Level)


Advising


Pre-Major Academic Advisor (2008-2015, Undergraduate-Level)

  • Boston CollegeAcademic Advising Center
  • Provided individual academic advisement to first-year students and pre-major sophomore students
  • Informed and guided students towards a deeper understanding of University’s Academic Core Curriculum
  • Engaged in personal and pedagogical conversations to better inform curricular choices in developing four-year comprehensive academic plans; guided students in discovering their passions and vocational calling
  • Academic Advising Assessment: Academic Year 2013-2014

Guest Lectures