Virginia Goulding Johnson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Director of The Faith-Justice Institute
Discipline Taught: Education
Virginia Goulding Johnson, Ph.D joined the education faculty in 1993. Over the years, she has taught Teacher and Special Education courses as well as education-based courses in Faith-Justice, Service-Learning, Policy, and Gender Studies. Her scholarly interests are in teacher development, inclusive classroom environments, non-violent conflict resolution, and community-enhanced schooling. She is the recipient of Faculty Merit Awards in Teaching and Advising, the Ed Brady, SJ "Faith in Action Service Award" and the 2008 recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching . She presently serves on the ACESJU Leadership Team and is "on loan" from Teacher Education to direct the University' s Faith-Justice Institute.