Dr. Enid Larsen is an international and interdisciplinary educator, researcher, visual and music artist, whose career spans psychology, education, art, and organizational management. This interdisciplinary mix is an elixir for exploring the transformative potential of education with adult learners who are seeking to further their careers and professional development through meaningful engagement with their heart-felt passions.
Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Studies
(Thesis - "Text and Texture: An Exploration of Transformation in Adult Learning")
Master of Education in Organizational Management
Master of Social Work
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Music Therapy
Awards and Accomplishments
“Spanish CLIL Teachers Learn to Integrate: Arts, Language and Content.” A Reader’s Theatre Performance. Research Presentation: NYU Forum on Education Theatre, New York University, 2016
National Arts Honor Society Induction Ceremony, Guest Speaker, Salem High School, MA, 2016
“An Artful Encounter with Eros.” C.G. Jung Institute, Boston, 2014
“Art as Language of Eros and Soul.” C.G. Jung Institute, Boston, 2014
“Text and Texture: An Arts-based Exploration of Transformation in Adult Learning,” 2nd Conference on Arts-Based and Artistic Research, Granada, Spain, 2014
Visual Art Shows:
“Art in Odd Places (AIOB).” Juried Exhibit by Ed Woodham, New York AIOP at Endicott College, 2012, 2016
“Art by Healers” - Juried Exhibit: Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Nashua, NH, 2013
- A Visual Autoethnography. An Artist-Teacher’s research through collage, assemblage, and mixed media.
- A Literary Autoethnography. A Prior Learning Assessment director`s perspective on the imposter syndrome in adult higher education.
- Living Inquiry, Teaching and learning, arts-based research, transformative learning, Content Language Integrative Learning (CLIL) through the arts.
Master of Education:
Research and Creativity
Creative Arts Thesis Seminar
Assessment of Prior Learning
Imagination and Creativity
Images of Women
Stress and Illness
Theories of Personality
Child and Adolescent Psychology
Creative Arts in Early Childhood & Elementary Classrooms
Fundamentals of Music