Alan Tinkler, Ph.D.

Department of Education
University of Vermont
alan.tinkler@uvm.edu
802-656-1424

At a Bird Sanctuary in Costa Rica


Alan Tinkler in Costa Rica




Alan Tinkler, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Education at the University of Vermont. He is a 2014 Lynton Award Finalist, an early career award for the scholarship of engagement. He works closely with various community centers, including King Street Center, Boys & Girls Club, and the O’Brien Community Center, to develop meaningful academic support and advocacy programming to empower community youth. He co-edited a book, Transforming Teacher Education through Service-Learning, which came out last year. Along with his wife, Barri, he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Papua New Guinea. In his spare time, he writes stories, including a recently completed novel, Unable to Manage the Silence, which has been sent out for consideration. Over the summer, he accompanied two Secondary Education students to China as part of a College of Education and Social Services delegation to Inner Mongolia Normal University.


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Kindergarten in Inner Mongolia

Kindergarten in Inner
                Mongolia


On the Great Wall

Alan in China

Temple Flags in Inner Mongolia

Temple Flags in Inner
                Mongolia