John Guffey became our service-learning instructional specialist in 2003. He models service-learning principles and practices in his classes, which are generally focused on the curriculum areas of leadership for justice, expanding knowledge base and engaged global citizenship. John organizes our service and service-learning opportunities, often coordinating academic service-learning offerings in subject areas across the Eagle Rock curriculum. His educational experiences are diverse, including teaching for two years in Kuwait, teaching in Native American (tribal) communities and schools in Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. He also served as a faculty member for a community college during his years spent working in the Southwest. John has a bachelor of science degree in Ecology from Wichita State University, a Masters of Divinity from Earlham School of Religion and a Specialist in Education in Curriculum and Native American Studies from Indiana University.
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My favorite thing about Eagle Rock is the freedom we are given to express ourselves intellectually and professionally.
Students inspire me when they demonstrate new knowledge and an extraordinary commitment to service during their Presentations of Learning.