Dr. Keefe holds a BA in History from St. Joseph’s University, an MA in Diplomacy from Norwich University, and an EdD in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. Keefe’s research focuses on pedagogy and leadership, genocide education, and identity construction. He is a member of the Colorado JD1 Judicial Performance Commission, and a past recipient of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Award for Congressional Interns. His recent publications include “Race, Identity, and Choice: Black Voices on Liberia and the American Colonization Society” in The African American Experience: From Slavery to Liberation, “Using Art to Trigger Memory, Intergenerational Learning, and Community” in the International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education and “Not All ‘Fake News’ Is Equal: How Should Higher Education Respond to Fake News and in the post-Truth Era” in The Liminal: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology in Education.
AE3221 Equity in Learning, Composition I, Composition II, EMDT 5020 Multiple Learning Theories, EMDT 5040 Education Design + Evaluation, Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to World Religion, Modern + Contemporary World History, Western Civilization I, Western Civilization II