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In his role as a Lecturer and Honors Faculty Fellow, Dr. Walker contributes to the Rutgers community in multiple ways. His responsibilities include organizing research projects, writing grants, delivering lectures, and advising and supervising students.

 

Grant writer and Co-Principal Investigator, Moral Imagination Community.

Grant writer for curriculum development of the course Religion & Health.

Faculty Advisor of independent study for religious studies student Lili Myers about Religion & Health.

Faculty Advisor of independent study for honors college student Ayoub Saidi about American Muslim Life: Law & Society.

Supervisor for the experiential honors seminar for four students to serve as Teaching Assistants for the course Happiness.

 

Invited Talks

 

April 2024 Professional Development Workshop on Lecturer Promotions, Office of the Provost, Rutgers University.

March 2024 Truth & Justice, First Year Forum, Rutgers Honors College.

March 2024 Excellence in Online Teaching, panelist, RU Online Learning Conference, Rutgers-New Brunswick, Continuing Studies.

Nov. 2023 What is a Just Community? First Year Forum, Rutgers Honors College.

March 2023 Teaching in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Faculty Pedagogy Workshop, Department of Philosophy & Religion.

March 2023 Crafting Humanities Case Studies, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers University.

April 2022 Childism, Religion & Law. International colloquium, paper presentation on children’s rights. Childism Institute, Rutgers University.

April 2022 Digital Equity & Justice. Panelists. Rutgers University Grants & Research Office, Camden, New Jersey.

Jan. 2022 Resilience Training, First Year Forum, Rutgers Honors College.

Sept. 2020 Resilience Training, First Year Forum, Rutgers Honors College.