Theatre & Cinema Faculty Lead, Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Hartnell College
Panelist: STEM, STEAM and STEM Arts, which one is right for you?
Dr. Marnie J. Glazier, Ph.D., is co-founder, faculty mentor, and Administrative Lead for the Salinas Valley Arts and Innovation Hub, and brings a combined arts and humanities background, including a Ph.D. in Communication and Performance Studies, MFA in Theatre, and MA in English. With twenty years’ Writing, Communication, Theatre, and Media Arts teaching experience among diverse student populations, Dr. Glazier has collaborated across the disciplines in projects that advance educational and socioeconomic opportunities. In addition to her work with The Hub, Dr. Glazier Glazier is a writer and educator, currently serving as Theatre and Cinema Faculty Lead at Hartnell College in Salinas, California. Her dissertation, Eco-Theatre and New Media: Devising Toward Transnational Balance, issued through Sentia Publishing, explores the ways in which new media shape human perspectives and invite meaningful engagements. Her scholarly and creative work has been presented at numerous national and international conferences, and her most recent academic publications, include “Drought, Sustenance, and Sustainability in the Salinas Valley and Beyond,” in The Community College Moment, and “A Place At The Table,” in Drama Research. Her work is deeply embedded in educational and environmental equity and humanitarianism through STEAM.