Hannah W. Wong has over six years experience in higher education teaching in public university and liberal art college settings including the University of Texas, University of Maryland, and Gordon College.  

And she's taken her survey courses to cyberspace!  While teaching large-lecture format college art history courses, she developed an online component that is now the cornerstone of all her classes. This four-pronged learning module serves as the weekly culmination of discussion, lectures, and readings.  (View sample syllabus.)

She also enjoys working with the wider public.  Hannah has led gallery tours, provided lectures for museum docents, and facilitated object-based discussions in a variety of art spaces.  A highlight of her teaching career was creating and teaching, Look Both Ways, an art and art history course developed for inner-city youth living in Atlanta.