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Practice : Fall 2008
NEWSWORTHY ] INGRID STADLER Ingrid Stadler, PhD. From philosophy to philanthropy, Ingrid brings a range of vibrancy and experience as the Faculty Representative to the Board of Directors. Ingrid Stadler, Ph.D. is a distin- guished faculty member who has taught at Wellesley College and the Boston Architectural College. She has also been a visiting professor at ammasat University in Bankok and MIT. Ingrid's scholarly passion is for philosophy. She has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Harvard University as well as two Master's degrees: one from Oxford University and the other from Radcli e Graduate School of Har vard University. Ingrid's passion in life is to constantly become better at what she does in the classroom, while cheering former students successes as philosophers, lawyers, politi- cians, leaders of federal government agencies, designers, museum directors & curators, teachers and educators of all sorts, bankers, nancial consultants and more. She delights in the super-achievers in just about every conceivable eld and keeps meeting more. Ingrid has been in the education business for about four decades. Recently she's pro ed, chaired, acted as dean in a U.S. college, taught in Asia, studied Native American culture, and played the harpsichord. But mostly she's lived for and loved teaching. She also chairs a non-pro t, arts-for-all organization, Urban/Arts ( e Urban/Arts Institute at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design) which uses its endowment to hire teens to work on collabora- tive public arts projects. In addition, Ingrid has had a number of volunteer interests ranging from learning Native American law in preparation for study of Native American contribu- tions to the American cultural legacy, to lecturing in Tokyo, Japan on why Japanese Cultural policies set the world's standard. She is on the Board of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Endow- ment for the Humanities. Ingrid o ers her own institu- tional vision in her own words: "Ideally there'll be consensus that the BAC's e orts and enviable talents will be harnessed to the creation of an intellectual commu- nity where there are robust discussions about the institution's educational mission and the creation of a market for its products: the members of the graduating class." In the meantime, as Faculty Rep., she has set up meetings with groups of the faculty to nd out their current concerns, worked to gure out what to do to connect people rmly to the BAC and most notably "peppered the atmosphere with questions." PRACTICE 14