Paul A. Datti, Ph.D.



This award recognizes the efforts of a faculty member whose efforts to integrate diversity in the curriculum have enriched the students’ learning experiences.   The successful applicant will be able to show that in the course of their teaching, they incorporate a broad mix of perspectives reflecting the richness of our pluralistic society, including substantial readings about ethnic, racial, class, religious and feminist issues.  They shall also have a well-developed approach for addressing different learning styles and teaching to cognitive diversity. The award is a special recognition of the faculty member’s efforts to ensure that when students leave the University, they will possess the competence, awareness, skills and insights required for successful participation in our pluralistic society.  The recipient of this year’s award is Dr. Paul Datti.

Dr. Datti, a Professor in Counseling and Human Services, joined the University in 2009.   He received his BA in Psychology in 1990 from Pennsylvania State University, MS in Rehabilitation Counseling in 1993 from The University of Scranton, and his Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2009 from Pennsylvania State University.

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