Elizabeth Garber, Ph.D.
- Professor, Art
Ph.D.-The Ohio State University, M.F.A.-University of Arizona
Dr. Elizabeth Garber (Ph.D., The Ohio State University, M.F.A., University of Arizona) is Professor of Art Education. Her research is focused on feminist, multicultural, and social justice issues in art education, on community and public art, and on craft education. She was Fulbright Scholar to the University of Art and Design, Helsinki, during fall,2000, where she researched craft education and taught courses on postmodern art education and art criticism. During the spring of 2010, she spent her sabbatical in South Korea, researching ceramics education.
Her work has been widely published in journals and anthologies and she has been a featured speaker at many universities and conferences. She is Past-President of the Women's Caucus of the National Art Education Association, a past Book Editor and Editorial Review Board member of Studies in Art Education and a current reviewer for several other journals in the field.
Professor Garber's awards include a 2006 "Beyond the Call of Duty Award" from the College of Fine Arts, the 2004 Roy and Stardust Johnson Faculty Mentoring Award (University of Arizona), the National Art Education (NAEA) 2002 Pacific Division Higher Educator of the Year, the NAEA 2000 Student Chapter Advisor Award, the 1994 Kenneth Marantz Alumni Award from Ohio State, and the 1993 Mary Rouse Award from the Women's Caucus of the NAEA.