Hikmet Loe

She/Her/Hers

Role

Adjunct
Adjunct
Art

Contact

Phone: 801.832.2309

Email: hloe@westminstercollege.edu

Office Location: Malouf 205

Office Hours: MTWTh 09:00AM 04:30PM,F 09:00AM 01:00PM

Degrees

M.L.I.S. University of California - Berkeley
M.A. Hunter College - Cuny

About

As Coordinator of Adjunct Faculty, I work with our adjunct workforce to assure each instructor has the tools and resources they need to provide excellence in the classroom. From initial orientation to more intensive training, from monthly socials to assistance in navigating our myriad resources, I am often the go-to person on campus for adjuncts. As an adjunct faculty member, I began teaching art history in January, 2006, where I found both a vocation and a passion fulfilled. Since then, I have taught in the departments of Art and Environmental Studies, for the Honors College, and for the Clemente and Venture Programs. Courses taught: ART 110 (in class and online), ART 310, ART 311, ART 312, ART 315, HON 213, May Term: Exploring Great Salt Lake

Interests

Writing, which includes the following peer-reviewed publications: ~ The Spiral Jetty Encyclo: Exploring Robert Smithson's Earthwork through Time and Place (The University of Utah Press and Tanner Trust Fund, J. Willard Marriott Library, 2017) ~ "Teaching Art History," in Hope, Heart, and the Humanities: How a Free College Course is Changing Lives (The University of Utah Press, 2016) ~ "Hotel Palenque," in Western Humanities Review, LXVIII (Winter 2014). Travel, visiting museums both nationally and abroad as I continually learn from artists. Exploring, which includes trips around Great Salt Lake and in our Western desert. I am on the Board of Directors, FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake and find many opportunities to promote the beauty and special needs of our inland sea.

Areas of Expertise

The Spiral Jetty, Sun Tunnels, Land Art, 19–20th century Utah art and artists

Personal Website

www.hikmetsidneyloe.com

Hikmet Sidney Loe