Leah Creque, Ph.D.
- Associate Provost for Pedagogy and Assessment
- Director, Howard Thurman Honors Program
Dr. Leah Creque serves on the faculty and staff of Morehouse College as a professor of English, associate provost for pedagogy and assessment and director of the Honors Program. She has also served as Fulbright Program adviser and Fulbright Scholar liaison.
Dr. Creque’s research and writing center on the cultural history of the African diaspora as it is manifested in dance and literature. Dr. Creque has made literary contributions to a number of anthologies and journals, including the Journal of African Literature and College Language Association Journal. Dr. Creque earned a B.A. in English Language and Literature/Letters from Wellesley College, an MBA from Clark Atlanta University, and a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Emory University.
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Dr. Leah Creque on Teaching and Technology
Dr. Leah Creque briefly touches on her experience with Teaching and Technology.