Lin Batsheva Kahn is on the faculty in The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago. She teaches Modern Dance and her one of a kind courses Diversity in Dance: Paradigms Shifting, Chicago Dancing, and Creativity & Adversity: Psychology, Religious Thought, and the Arts. A productive choreographer, she's collaborating with Israeli Miriam Engel from A’ngela Dance Company on their fifth Jerusalem/DePaul Dance Project: Still Moving. Kahn's ELI Talk “Creativity and the Good Inclination” filmed at PBS WTTW includes an excerpt of "January Thirtyfirst" choreographed about her mother’s passing. DePaul Excellence in Teaching Honoree, numerous awards include 'Jewish Chicagoan of the Year' from The Jewish News and 'Innovation in Teaching' presented by The Art Institute/DePaul Partnership Committee. She holds a BFA in Modern Dance from University of Illinois/Champaign, a Masters in Dance, Theatre, and Communication from Kent State University, and a Masters in Contemporary Dance from Case Western Reserve University.