Meet the Faculty

Mike Rindge

Fourth Grade Humanities Teacher
Mike began teaching in 2007 at Hyde Leadership Charter School, Washington D.C. Prior to joining Campbell Hall in 2016, he taught at the Kehillah Jewish High School and Marlborough School. Mike completed UCLA's Semel Institute's Mindfulness Facilitation Certification Program as well as a two-week study course for educators at Yad Vashem (Israel’s Holocaust Museum). He was granted the Human Rights Institute Research Fellowship from the University of Connecticut and completed George Washington University’s Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Cold War Research. Mike was also awarded the Hugh Hamill Scholarship for Latin American History and the Thomas Paterson Grant for scholarship in the field of United States foreign policy. Mike received his B.A. in History from California State University, Los Angeles, M.A. in History and Latin American Studies from California State University, Los Angeles, and M.A. in U.S. Foreign Relations from the University of Connecticut.

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