Instructors

Bob Achettu

Bob Achettu
  • Instructor For: Business Field Studies
  • Short Bio: Bob Achettu brings 20 years of experience in the corporate sector to the Chicago Field Studies program.  His diverse professional background includes leadership roles within the strategy practice of a global consulting firm, driving portfolio company performance within a private equity firm, and currently as Founder and CEO of a high-growth strategic advisory firm.
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Robert Brown

Robert Brown
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in Social Justice
  • Short Bio: Robert Brown serves as the Director of Social Justice Education at Northwestern University, where he leads several curricular and co-curricular social justice education initiatives. Prior to joining Northwestern, Rob held professional roles in residence life and multicultural affairs at Washington University in St. Louis and University of Wisconsin – Madison.
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Andrew Day

Andrew Day
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in the Modern Workplace
  • Short Bio: Andrew Day was born in Florence, Alabama to a military family. He moved pretty often growing up, living on military bases in/near San Francisco, California; Mountain View, California; Atlanta, Georgia; and Fort Knox, Kentucky.
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Nick Dorzweiler

Nick Dorzweiler
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in Business Culture (Online)
  • Short Bio: Nick Dorzweiler is a doctoral candidate in political science, and has been teaching for the Chicago Field Studies program since 2011.  His research focuses on the politics of everyday life, and particularly the creation of community norms and values through popular cultural practices such as film, music, television, and sports.
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Michele Enos

Michele Enos
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in Social Justice
  • Short Bio: Michele Enos serves as the Assistant Director in Social Justice Education at Northwestern University. In her role, Michele oversees the Sustained Dialogue program and facilitates a quarterly six-week workshop titled Deconstructing Whiteness. Michele also works closely with Fraternity and Sorority Life as well as Athletics to lead co-curricular social justice education initiatives.
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Sean Harvey

Sean Harvey

Alan Kellner

Alan Kellner
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in the Modern Workplace
  • Short Bio: Alan Kellner is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at Northwestern University. He teaches Field Studies in the Modern Workplace, where he brings his work experience to bear.
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Monica Llorente

Monica Llorente
  • Instructor For: Legal Field Studies
  • Short Bio: Monica works on local and national campaigns with youth, parents, educators, lawyers, and others to advocate for changes in education and juvenile justice, and teaches courses for undergraduate and law students.
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Liz McCabe

Liz McCabe
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in Civic Engagement; Field Studies in Humanities
  • Short Bio: As a full-time faculty member in CFS, Liz teaches courses, advises students, coordinates instructor collaboration, promotes curriculum development, and builds program relationships across the university. She teaches Field Studies in the Modern Workplace and Field Studies in Humanities, focusing on interdisciplinary approaches to questions about work, education, and cultural institutions.
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Lauren Slubowski Keenan-Devlin

Lauren Slubowski Keenan-Devlin
  • Instructor For: Field Studies in Public Health
  • Short Bio: Lauren Keenan-Devlin, PhD/MPH, is a recent graduate of the Department of Anthropology at Northwestern University. Her work centers on the relationship between neighborhood, stress, and health outcomes among urban youth on the West side of Chicago.
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Nina Wieda

Nina Wieda
  • Instructor For: Business Field Studies
  • Short Bio: Nina Wieda has a PhD in Slavic from Northwestern University and an MA in Nationalism Studies from Central European University, Budapest.  Her research centers on culturally determined attitudes towards spending: why people choose to spend or save and what those behaviors mean to them.
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