Department: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Office Location: 614 Evenden
Office Phone: 607-746-4315
Areas of Expertise: art & design, art & health, local history, service-learning
Program/Courses Taught: HUMN 241: History of World and Western Architecture I; HUMN 242: History of World and Western Architecture II-Service-Learning; ARTS 115: Freehand Drawing; UNIV 100: Freshman Seminar; ARTS 300: Art & Health; HUMN 101: Art Appreciation
- 2001 Master of Science in Landscape Architecture, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- 1997 Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, Cornell University
- Accepted Presentations:
May 2014 Co-presented “The Engaged Presentation: PechaKucha and Prezi” with Michelle Gibbons at the Center of Academic Excellence’s Innovative Pedagogy & Course Redesign: Collaborations for Empowerment & Learning Conference at Fairfield University, CT.
- Past Professional Experiences: Capital Community College: Adjunct, & Art Instructor; Art educator for a client with Alzheimer’s; SUNY ESF College of Environmental Science and Forestry: Graduate Assistant,
Visiting Instructor, & Project Associate at the Center for Community Design Research; Trowbridge and Wolf: Designer; Haas Landscape Architects:Associate
- Professional Organization Membership: Delaware County Historical Association, New York State Historical Association, The Smithsonian Institution, Delhi Historical Society, Global Alliance for Arts & Health
Tessier, J. T., Andoh, N.-Y., DeForest, K., Juba, M.W., Odani, A., Padovani, J.J., Sova, E.F., & Tessier, L.M. (2014). A Comparison of Experimental Designs for Assessment and Research in Higher Education. International Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Educational Research, 3, 14-20.
Tessier, J. T., Andoh, N.-Y., DeForest, K., Juba, M.W., Odani, A., Padovani, J.J., Sova, E.F., & Tessier, L.M. (2013). An assessment of sustainability across the campus. International Journal of Education 5(4), 82-95.
Doble, C., & Tessier, L. (2001). “Summary: Challenges Facing New York State Communities.” Council for Community Design Research. This paper was distributed to NYS community leaders and to SUNY entities convening to discuss community outreach initiatives.
Doble, C, director., & Tessier, L., ed. (2001). SUNY Sourcebook of Community Assistance Programs. Council for Community Design Research. This guide to SUNY community outreach programs/centers was distributed state-wide to help community leaders.
Hoffman, R. & Tessier, L. (2001). Book review for Restoring Nature: Perspectives from the Social Sciences and Humanities. Natural Areas Journal, Vol. 21, No. 4: Pp. 389-390.
Research and Grants: local history and architecture, teaching and learning pedagogy, healing environments
In the News: May 2014 Delhi People