Jacob Fay

Bowdoin College

Jacob Fay is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bowdoin College starting in the Fall of 2018. He will officially complete his doctoral studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in November 2018. His work focuses on the ethics of education policy and practice as well as contemporary political theory. Prior to his doctoral studies, Jacob taught eighth-grade history at the Dwight-Englewood School in New Jersey, where he helped develop the middle school’s advisory program. He was recognized for his teaching both by the school’s departmental award, the Ralph Sloan Fellowship, and by the Facing History and Ourselves Organization annual Margot Stern Strom Award.

Jacob Fay is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bowdoin College starting in the Fall of 2018. He will officially complete his doctoral studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in November 2018. His work focuses on the ethics of education policy and practice as well as contemporary political theory. Prior to his doctoral studies, Jacob taught eighth-grade history at the Dwight-Englewood School in New Jersey, where he helped develop the middle school’s advisory program. He was recognized for his teaching both by the school’s departmental award, the Ralph Sloan Fellowship, and by the Facing History and Ourselves Organization annual Margot Stern Strom Award.

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