PhD in Technology program

Darcelle White J.D.


Dr. Darcelle White

Darcelle White, J.D.
Professor, School of Technology Studies

Eastern Michigan University
122 Sill Hall (main office)
19 Sill Hall (personal office)
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Tel.: 734-487-1161
Email: dwhite@emich.edu


Areas of Experise:

  • Law
  • Legal implications of technology
  • Learning
 

Short Bio:

Darcelle White has been a practicing attorney in Michigan since 1978. She has an extensive background in administration in the law office environment and in the non-profit sector. She brings to the classroom extensive practical experience in all dimensions of her teaching.

Darcelle White's scholarship has focused on issues of law, technology, and learning. Community service is a big part of her life, working with economically disadvantaged youth to equip them with learning skills, developing curriculum to reach youth, and integrating technology into the religious education environment.

 

Most Important/Recent Publications: (More available upon request)

  • White, D. Information Security: The Ant & Fly Mentality in the Marketplace (4-part workshop), Women With A Call International, Annual Convention, Charlotte, NC (2005).
  • Becker, P., Pilato, D., White, D., et al Contested Space, Contested Knowledge: Women Inventors and the Legal System, Humanities & Technology Association, Salt Lake City, UT (2005).
  • White, D. Weaving Strands of Diversity into the Curriculum. Conference Proceedings. International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning.
  • Baltimore, MD (2004). White, D. Assessing Learning: Express Yourself Learning Project. Conference Proceedings. International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Ft. Collins, CO (2003).

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