Andria Wisler is an associate teaching professor of justice and peace studies and executive director of the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service. She joined the Georgetown faculty in 2008.
International activities include:
- Participated in the inaugural group of Doyle Fellows, a campus initiative on inclusion and diversity; the Engelhard Initiative; and in the Fall 2010 semester, served as a faculty-in-residence in Georgetown’s Alanya, Turkey study abroad/community living-and-learning program
- Served as the external evaluator for a three-year Department of Education funded project at George Mason University on peace, conflict, and justice curricula and pedagogy, a position that brought her to work in Liberia
- Co-editor (with Celina Del Felice and Aaron Karako) of Peace Education Evaluation (Information Age, 2014), a first of its kind resource of 25 chapters that reviews the trends and challenges in evaluation of peace education, presents case studies of programs around world, and offers ideas for methodological innovations
- Co-created and co-teaches an innovative online course - UNXD 030 Intersections of Social Justice - that wraps around students' global summer field-based experiences with skills-oriented content and Ignatian-influenced reflection
- Oversees 25 domestic and overseas immersions through the Center for Social Justice Alternative Breaks Program, including 300 students, faculty, and staff participants and over 100 community partners, including Magis Peru and Magis Kino (US/Mexico border) for faculty and staff