Our Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students, and Alumni
In the religion department at FSU, our people are our greatest asset. Our faculty and graduate students are remarkably productive researchers and teachers who maintain their excellence by doing cutting-edge research, deploying sophisticated instructional techniques, and contributing personally to both the university and community. Please explore the links below to meet them.
Ph.D. candidate John Crow wins Online Distance Learning Awards
Ph.D. candidate John Crow wins the Florida State University's first annual Online Distance Learning Awards in the category of Excellence in Online Course Design for the Department of Religion’s first online course, World Religions (REL1300). He also received an honorable mention in the category of Excellence in Online Teaching.
John Crow has had a lifelong interest in computing technology, with a professional focus on hardware and software infrastructure, development, and support. Our of his work experience grew an interest in how technology could be used to enhance education and create opportunities for new pedagogical approaches. Crow recognizes the importance of incorporating other forms of technology in learning, including the use of social media in the classroom. He is currently on an advisement committee of the American Historical Association, which is charged with exploring the implications of MOOCs as they relate to the pedagogy of U.S. Intellecutual History.