Miles Morgan

Associate Director 
DEI Curricular Development 

Miles Morgan earned both a B.A. in Comparative Literature and an M.A. in Humanities from The University of Chicago. He also studied English and Russian at Trinity College, Dublin. Miles spent his postgraduate year as the Annenberg Fellow at Eton College in the original Windsor, where he taught English and Drama and worked with the Head of Inclusion. He currently teaches English to freshmen, sophomores, and seniors at Loomis and directed the first Stage II production (Twelve Angry Men) last year. Using his training as a comparatist and cultural historian, Miles encourages his students to understand literature and writing as vehicles for empathy and exposure to new perspectives. He lives on campus and is an affiliate in Taylor Hall. When away from campus, Miles spends much of his time travelling and exploring the culinary and literary offerings of foreign countries.

Teachers in Conversation: Video Series

 

"Every Student, Every Day" 
The Flipped Classroom 

 

Creating a Culture of Sustained Professional Growth and Reflection Within the Evaluation Process

Dean of Faculty Andrew Matlack and Sara Deveaux, director of the Henry R. Kravis ’63 Center for Excellence in Teaching, presented at the 2020 National Association of Independent School Annual Conference. Their workshop focused on incorporating professional development into the faculty evaluation process in meaningful ways.

 

Podcasts


Sara Deveaux: Kravis Center Conversations

 


 

Sara Deveaux Talks About the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching

We speak with Sara Deveaux about her role as Director of the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching.