Lisa St. Louis, Ph.D.

Core Faculty, Foundations Faculty, School of Education

Lisa St. LouisDr. Lisa St. Louis has been with the School of Education at NCU since 2013 teaching Foundations courses. She holds degrees in Classics from Toronto, Oxford, and Ottawa, and a MEd in Leadership in Higher Education from NCU. She has worked as a faculty member in higher education since 1994 on campus and 2002 online and held ranks from adjunct to full professor. Her most recent roles were in academic leadership as Dean of Arts and Science and Dean of Liberal Arts. She has received numerous awards and research grants and publishes in both Classics and Education. She is a firm believer in servant leadership and enjoys advocating for students and faculty and bringing about positive change at her alma mater through her service on the Faculty Senate and other committees. Her proudest achievement is her volunteer teaching for the University of the People which provides an education to students in developing countries.

Contact:
lstlouis@ncu.edu

Areas of Expertise:

  • Higher education leadership
  • Foreign language teaching online
  • Adult education online
  • Use of games and virtual reality in online learning
  • Classics
  • Latin literature
  • Medieval manuscripts

Education:

  • M.Ed., Northcentral University
  • Ph.D., University of Ottawa, Canada
  • M.St., Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • B.A., Trinity College, University of Toronto, Canada

Dissertation:

Prolegomenon to an edition of the pseudo-Virgilian Culex

Selected Publications:

  • “The use of Moodle and virtual reality and other emerging technologies in Classics teaching,” Institutio, IV (2008)
  • Laying the foundation for a new work on the pseudo-Virgilian Culex,”  CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 

Selected Professional Experience:

  • Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Grand Canyon University 
  • Dean of Arts and Science, Robert Welch University