Director of Service and Education, Tucker Foundation
B.A. Beloit College; M.A. and Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison
Office: Tucker 202
Helen Damon-Moore is Director of Service and Educational Programs at the Tucker Foundation. She oversees local, national, and international service programs and she assists faculty members and community partners in creating community-based learning courses. Prior to coming to Dartmouth she served as Curriculum and Learning Community Coordinator at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, where she consulted on curriculum development, developed inter-disciplinary teamwork education, established a service distinction track for medical students, and advised student service and leadership activities. Before that Helen was adjunct professor of women's studies and education at Cornell College in Iowa. Her research interests include mentoring and social values; gender and consumer culture; and theories of community-based learning and research. She has serves as a consultant to colleges on service-learning curricula and gender and higher education, and she has advised several different projects on gender and the media, including educational films. Helen also reviews articles and books for publication, and serves as a judge in the national Campus Compact Swearingen and Ehrlich Service Learning Competitions. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Family Place in Norwich, Vermont, and on the United Valley Inter-Faith Program, Schweitzer Fellowship, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Palliative Care, and ReThink Health and Community Health Partnership Advisory Councils. Helen is a native of Rangeley, Maine.
"Gender, Activism, and the Common Good"
Last Updated: 10/31/13