Darcia Narvaez, Ph.D.
Darcia is a faculty colleague in the Department of Psychology, a fellow of three APA divisions and of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and several University Institutes. Darcia is a frequent collaborator on projects in moral psychology, the former editor of the Journal of Moral Education, a popular blogger on the Psychology Today website and---happily for me---my spouse!
Alliance for Catholic Education
Dr. Lapsley is the Senior Academic Advisor and member of the Executive Committee for the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) at Notre Dame; and he has taught in the ACE Program since 1999.
Each year approximately 90 post-baccalaureate students are recruited as Teaching Fellows in the ACE program. Teaching Fellows make a two-year commitment to teach in under-resourced Catholic schools while they live in community at their teaching site. Unlike related programs, like Teach for America, ACE Teaching Fellows earn an M.Ed. degree and qualify for an Indiana teaching license. Approximately 75% of Teaching Fellows remain in education is some capacity after their two-year commitment.