Associate Director for Faculty Engagement, UCLA Center for the Advancement for Teaching
Elizabeth Goodhue is Associate Director for Faculty Engagement at UCLA’s Center for the Advancement for Teaching, where she develops and leads pedagogy workshops and other events, facilitates faculty learning communities, and builds resources to support effective and inclusive teaching and learning at UCLA. Prior to joining CAT in 2019, Beth served as Associate Director for Engaged Teaching at the UCLA Center for Community Learning, where she collaborated with faculty and graduate students to develop community-engaged courses and directed the center’s academic internship program. She launched UCLA’s first campus-wide 495 course on community-engaged pedagogy, and also regularly teaches community-engaged undergraduate courses on children’s literature and childhood literacy and on public humanities research and practice. Beth is the author of articles on service learning pedagogy and on community engagement in graduate education, and also frequently collaborates on research projects with colleagues from the Imagining America public arts and humanities consortium. She received her B.A. in English and Creative Writing from the University of Arizona before going on to earn a Ph.D. in English from UCLA.