Jennifer Meta Robinson, Ph.D, is Professor of Practice in the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University. She has dual specialization in college pedagogy and food studies. Jennifer writes, speaks, and consults widely on her research in teaching and learning in higher education and was the fourth president of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. She co-edits the Indiana University Press book series Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Major projects have been made possible by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Teagle Foundation, among other funders. At IU, she is currently a Student Learning Analytics Fellow and a Mack Fellow, studying the utility of “big data” for better learning and teaching. She teaches graduate courses on beginning and advanced college pedagogy and co-directs the new Graduate Certificate on College Pedagogy at IU. She directed Indiana University’s Campus Instructional Consulting office and coordinated its scholarship of teaching and learning initiative 2001-2008, which received a Hesburgh Award in 2003. She won an Award for Distinguished Service to Teaching from FACET in 2017, a Distinguished Service Award from ISSOTL in 2016, and Indiana University Trustees Teaching Awards in 2018 and 2012.