Susan McCaslin has spent a lifetime in education, as a teacher and administrator first at Harvard Divinity School, and then for nearly thirty years at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA where she taught in the philosophy and religious studies department, served as academic dean and later, associate dean of faculty. She continues her interest in study about religion by teaching at OSHER@Dartmouth. Since 2013, she has been a member of the Vermont Women's Fund.
Course Title: Reconsidering David (Spring Term 2019)
"The leader is excellent. Presentation, dealing with comments and questions all were 'in tune.'"
"Susan was well organized and very knowledgeable. She provided study guidelines and spurred thoughtful discussion."
Course Title: An Introduction to the Religion of Islam (Spring Term 2018)
"Susan did an excellent job of preparing, organizing, and presenting the course material as well as leading and moderating the discussions. The course materials and discussions were interesting, informative, thought-provoking, and well-balanced. Susan was an outstanding Study Leader."
"A very thoughtfully designed course, skillfully led by a seasoned teacher, who was respectful of differing points of view."