Dr. Henley is the Associate Provost for Graduate, Online, and Professional Education at Seattle University. Her research and teaching interests include early modern drama and poetry; cultural studies; gender and sexuality studies; curricular design; and online pedagogy. She has designed online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses on topics ranging from early modern drama to sexuality studies and developed a hybrid B.A. degree-completion program in Digital Technology and Cultures. Her most recent publications include The Oxford Handbook of Thomas Middleton (co-edited with Gary Taylor, Oxford U.P., 2012) and “Automated Marlowe: ‘Hero and Leander’ 31-36” (co-written with Bruce Boehrer, Exemplaria 20 [2008]: 98-119). Dr. Henley is dedicated to ensuring that our graduate students and life-long learners have the support and resources needed to achieve their educational and career goals.