Paul LeVasseur

MAT, School for International Training
BA, St. Michael’s College

Adjunct Professor
Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management and Language Teacher Education
Paul LeVasseur was a member of the SIT Graduate Institute full-time faculty from 1990-2011. He teaches Intercultural Communication, Social Change, Organizational Behavior, Literacy in the ESL Classroom, Teaching the Four Skills, Curriculum Design and Assessment, Way of Council, and Leadership, Community, and Coalition Building. He also advises students in the reflective practice phase of their studies. Paul is co-founder of the Transition Putney movement and has been working as a community organizer for the past 15 years. He continually explores ways to incorporate dialogic practices in a broad range of contexts that enhance deep understanding across differences and foster vibrant and sustainable communities. He is a certified trainer in the Way of Council practice, which he incorporates into his teaching and his work as a community activist. Paul was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Chad and has traveled extensively abroad. He is completing his EdD in identity issues in second language writing at the University of Massachusetts.