2009 Muggings

Mary Ann Caswell, an Associate Professor in the Nursing program, was presented with her hood and mugged for completing her doctorate degree.

Chelsea Chase was promoted to Admissions Advisor

John Conklin was presented with an academic hood and a mug in recognition of completing his doctorate

Farren Davis, an Academic Counselor in the Academic Support Services office was mugged for creating a program that helps with student retention.

Donalee Eggleston was recognized during her retirement from her position as Secretary 2 in the Dean of Science, Health, and Criminal Justice’s office.

Dr. Edouard Mafoua, and Dr. Charles Fenner were both promoted to Associate Professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts.

Daniel Gagliardi was promoted to Associate Professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology.

Diane Muehl was promoted to Associate Professor in the School of Business and Liberal Arts. Muehl teaches Social Sciences and oversees the College’s Drop-in advising center.

Bryan Parker was promoted to Admissions Advisor.

Ronald Tavernier was promoted to Assistant Professor, Mary Ann Caswell was promoted to Associate Professor, and Robert Edwards was promoted to Professor in the School of Health, Science, and Criminal Justice.

Ryan Young, Debra Backus, and Brenda Worley were all mugged for their achievements with the National League for Nursing.

Lawretta Ononye was promoted to Associate Professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology.

James Sheppard, a Student Counselor, Tina Flanagan, a Calculations Clerk 2, Memorie Shampine, Agency Service Representative, and Martin Clark-Stone, Associate Professor in the Canino School of Engineering Technology, were all mugged for their outstanding volunteer work operating the Ropes Course Challenge.

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