The NU Class of First United Methodist Church of Orlando provides an alternative learning experience for adults of all ages where diverse opinions are discussed in a spirit of mutual respect. Embracing Jesus’ message that God loves and accepts every person, we welcome all into full participation in the life of the class regardless of age, sexual orientation, gender identity, family configuration, racial or ethnic background, economic status, or mental or physical disabilities.
In celebrating our human family’s diversity, we declare ourselves to be an Open and Affirming Reconciling Community.
The Nu Class is located on the First Floor, Room 6 of First United Methodist Church of Orlando 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando FL 32801
It meets from 9:30 am to 10:45 am Sundays. Location and Parking
Next Sunday: Aug 25
Pamela “Sissi” Carroll, Ed.D. Professor and Dean:College of Community Innovation and Education at UCF will speak on: “The New UCF Downtown Campus”
UCF Downtown, in partnership with Valencia College, will bring 7,700 students to live, learn and work in downtown Orlando, creating a game-changing campus in the heart of the city. Scheduled to open in fall 2019, this transformational project, which kick-starts Orlando’s $1 billion public-private Creative Village, will increase access for students, provide pathways into high-demand career fields, foster collaboration with neighbors in meaningful ways and improve countless lives through the power of education.
Dr. Carroll received her EdD from Auburn University in English/Language Arts Teacher Education, along with a M.S. from Florida State University. She came to UCF from Oklahoma State University, where she served as dean and director of professional education and the Stella V. Anderson Endowed Professor of Education.
Dr. Carroll was associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Education at Florida State University and a faculty member there for 21 years, serving in various administrative roles, including department chair and program coordinator.
Sissi (as she likes to be called) also served as an assistant professor at Georgetown College in Kentucky, specializing in teacher education and adolescent and young-adult literature.