Professor Selected to Teach at Prestigious Breadloaf School
2004. 05. 27.
CALDWELL, ID- Albertson College of Idaho assistant professor of English and environmental environmental studies will spend her summer teaching.
Dr. Rochelle Johnson, is one of just five professors selected to teach at the prestigious Breadloaf school in Juneau, Alaska this summer. Johnson will be teaching two courses, the first on the American Renaissance. The second course, 'Searching for Wildness: Literature and the Environment,' will take students into Alaska's backcountry to explore literature and nature.
Breadloaf is an intensive English masters degree program for high school teachers. The school was founded in 1921 and is administered by Middlebury College of Vermont. It was created by some of the country's most influential authors including Robert Frost.
Albertson College of Idaho is the state's oldest and longest continuously accredited private, residential liberal arts and sciences institution. With an average class size of 15, students receive personal attention from faculty members dedicated to teaching. The college has recently received several honors including being named one of the 77 best values by the Princeton Review and one of the best regional liberal arts colleges in the West by U.S. News. More information about Albertson College of Idaho is available by calling 1-800-2C-IDAHO or visiting www.collegeofidaho.edu.