Lauren is the Information Literacy & Instruction Coordinator at UC Blue Ash College Library. Responsibilities include coordinating the Information Literacy & Instruction Program, teaching, and collection management for the Business & Economics, English & Communication, and Language & Culture Studies departments. Lauren is an alum of the Association of College & Research Libraries Information Literacy Immersion Program (Teacher, Program, Assessment).
- Master of Science in Information Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
- Bachelor of Arts in English, Northern Kentucky University
- Associate of Arts in College Transfer, Wake Technical Community College
Standing Committees and Service
- Faculty Development Committee, UC Blue Ash College
- Nominations & Elections Committee, All Library Faculty, UC
- University Composition Committee, UC
- Virtual Engagement Committee, Association of College & Research Libraries, Instruction Section
- Wahman, M. L., Peplow, A. B., Kumar, R., and Refaei, B. (05/2020) Benefits of Using Lesson Study for SoTL, Cross-Disciplinary Research, and Assessment. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Volume 14: Number 1, Article 2.
- Maloney, H. K. and Wahman, M. L. (12/2018) Transform Your Space, Transform Your Teaching: Reflections on the UCBA Learning & Teaching Center. Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching. Volume 3, Number 2.
- Refaei, B., Kumar, R., Wahman, M. L., and Peplow, A. B. (07/2017) Supporting Source Integration in Student Writing. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Volume 29, Number 3.
- Refaei, B. and Wahman, M. L. (11/2016) The Art of Conversation: Dialog between a Librarian and a Writing Program Administrator. Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks. Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.
- Kumar, R., Peplow, A. B., Refaei, B., and Wahman, M. L. (02/2016) Developing Source Integration in Student Writing: An Interdisciplinary Lesson Study. 8th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy Proceedings. pp. 26-27.