Rebecca Plummer Rohloff

Rebecca Plummer Rohloff

Professional Details

Title: Associate Professor
Office: MH-314B
Phone: 978-542-6318
Resume: Rebecca Plummer Rohloff [DOC 80KB]

Fall & Winter Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1392 01 EDU453PS Practicum Seminar in Teaching Art
1393 S1 EDU453PS Practicum Seminar in Teaching Art

Professional Biography

Dr. Rebecca Rohloff is the coordinator of undergraduate and graduate art education. Formerly a high school art teacher, Rebecca completed her PhD in art education at The University of Illinois. She is a visual artist and certified yoga instructor with research interests in aesthetic education, Asian philosophy and Guatemala. Dr. Rohloff is a member of the National Art Education Association and was named the 2013 MAEA Higher Ed Art Educator of the Year. She teaches Art 300 Intro to Teaching Art; Art 307a/339 Prep to Teach Art; Art 333a Asian Art; EDU Art Methods; and Practicum


Coordinator of the Art Education Program

Advisor for Student Chapter of NAEA

School of Ed Dean's Council, CAS Rep.

Committee Leader,  Licensure in the Arts & Sciences

SOAS University Retrerat Planning Committee

Art Advisor for the FAAST After School Art Club 


Selected Publications

June 200 Solidarity,Global Scholarship, and the Ethics of Encounter: A Case Study From Guatemala. In E. Delacruz & M. Parsons (2009). Art Education and G.l.o.b.a.l.i.z.a.t.i.o.n. National Art Education Association.

Creative Interventions: Arts-based Living Pedagogy. In McCarthy, C. ( Ed). (2007). Globalizing cultural studies: Interventions in methods and policy. New York: Peter Lang.

Beyond the Circus: Grounding A Visual Culture Pedagogy, in Duncum, P. ( 2006). Classroom Practices in visual culture. Preston, VA: NAEA.

Selected Presentations

Scientific Illustration Improved through Arts Intervention, 2014 NEFDC, “Moving from STEM to STEAM: What Really Works” Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI

Mass Art Ed Association Conference, 2013 U Mass Darthmouth, Acessing the State of Pre-service Teacher Prep Programs.

Coordinator of MAEA 2012 Conference at Salem State ,Hats Off to Arts Educators

National Art Education Association Conventions:  Baltimore, 2009 "Maya Murals", Chicago 2008 "ECO-Art WEBs"  New York, 2007 "Masks of Cool"

Personal Interests

Mixed Media Painting, Sculpture,  jewelry & mask making

Practicing & Teaching Yoga & Mindfullness

Guatemala- Maya life & cultural arts