Mark Lewine (Ed.D., Nova University, 1978; MA, Kent State University, 1971; B.A., CWRU, 1970)
Positions held: Cuyahoga Community College - Professor, Anthropology, Sociology (1971-present), Program Coordinator, Anthropology (1989-present) Director, Center for Community Research (1999-present); Co-Chair, Anthropology Education Committee of the American Anthropological Association , 2006-2009, Appointed Member, 2003-2006; Director, Center for Urban Community Research, (1994-1999), Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges-Director, Regional Networks, (1998-present), President, (1997-1998) Vice President, 2001-2006; Ohio Anthrolink- Chair, (1992-1993).
Awards: Besse Award for Teaching Excellence, 1988; NISOD Award for Teaching Excellence, Innovation of the Year, League for Innovation and Tri-C, 2000; Presidents Award, Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges, 2001; Carnegie Professor of the Year, Associate, 2006.
Interests and Activities: racial stereotyping; historical archaeology; stratification in academic culture; educational outreach programs; experiential and service learning.
Significant Publications: “A Challenge to Community College and University Departments: Survive or Thrive Through Collaboration,” in Linda G. Basch, Lucie Wood Saunders, Jagna Wogcicka Sharf, and James Peacock (eds.) Transforming Academia:Challenges and Opportunities for an Engaged Anthropology, AES Monograph #8, American Anthropological Association, 1999. “Teaching, Teamwork and Technology: A Model for Program Development,” SACC NOTES, TEACHING ANTHROPOLOGY, Fall/Winter, 1995/1996