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Sheree Richnow

Sheree Richnow

Printer Friendly No two work days are ever the same for Sheree Richnow, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. The Colorado native began her college experience in 1973 at UC – Boulder. “I loved it,” she said, “but

Dr. Susan Miller

Susan Miller

Printer Friendly One might not connect the study of home economics with math and science, nor at-risk students with academic achievement. But Dr. Susan Miller (Minicus ’75), teacher and academic support director at Middleborough High School in Massachusetts, is all

Louis De Angelo

Louis DeAngelo

Printer Friendly An interest that was sparked while he was in his early teens served as the inspiration that led Louis De Angelo to dedicate his professional life to education. “History excited me in eighth grade,” explained De Angelo. “Then

Jiangyue (Luna) Zhang

Jiangyue Luna Zhang

Jiangyue (Luna) Zhang, Ph.D., associate professor of chemistry, has a lengthy and impressive list of scholarly credentials. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom, but her expertise does not end with the hard sciences. She also

Harris Tahir, Ed.D.

Harris Tahir

Printer Friendly Harris Tahir, associate professor of marketing and finance, is a firm believer in following the right path. As a former project manager for The Vanguard Group, Tahir led high-profile, multi-million dollar projects for business technology initiatives, achieving the

Margaret “Marge” Lacey, Ph.D.

Margaret Lacey

Printer Friendly Margaret “Marge” Lacey, Ph.D., professor of nursing, is a woman who loves what she’s doing. With 25 years of academic nursing experience, Lacey said her favorite part of the job is “the students. I love the students, all

Jimmesha Mack

Jimmesha Mack

Printer Friendly Described by her supervisors as someone who is “so pleasant, so positive, and works so hard,” Jimmesha Mack of Downingtown, PA, plans to graduate in 2015 with a degree in nursing and a minor in human resources management.

Nuri Jeong

Nuri Jeong

Printer Friendly Growing up in South Korea, Nuri Jeong ’14 never had any doubt of the importance her parents placed on education. Both are tutors, with her mother specializing in math and her dad in English. “I’m an only child,”

Jessica McCrary

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Printer Friendly Jessica McCrary has wanted to teach for as long as she can remember. “Ever since I got a ‘teacher kit’ when I was little, it was something I knew I wanted to be. I can’t picture myself pursuing

Stephen Doherty

Stephen Doherty

Printer Friendly Stephen Doherty ’15 has a plan: To change the future. His dream is to bring everything he is learning as an early childhood education and special education dual major to the elementary school classroom. As a career path,