This center is generously supported through the Florence H. and Eugene E. Myers Charitable Remainders Unitrust.
James Haywood Rolling, Jr. earned his Ed.D. and Ed.M. in art education at Teachers College, Columbia University, his M.F.A. in studio arts research at Syracuse University, and his B.F.A. from the Cooper Union. Dr. Rolling has held a number of administrative and teaching positions in elementary schools, and was the Director of Academic Administration for the Department of Curriculum & Teaching at Teachers College for several years while completing his doctoral work. Most recently, Dr. Rolling served as a lead visual arts teacher for Kindergarten through Fourth grade at The School at Columbia University, a new elementary school espousing a fully integrated curriculum, in addition to working as an adjunct faculty member at New York University and Teachers College. Dr. Rolling has published articles, essays, and book reviews in peer-reviewed journals such as Qualitative Inquiry, the Journal of Aesthetic Education, the Journal of Curriculum Studies. He also serves on the review panel of Art Education, the Journal of the National Art Education Association. Dr. Rolling is currently an Assistant Professor of Art Education at The Pennsylvania State University.