Advisory Board

2005-2006

Members Departments
Melody Bowdon CAH, English
Manoj Chopra CECS, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Tace Crouse FCTL, Assistant Director
Sabatino DiBernardo CAH, Philosophy
Madi Dogariu Honors College, Student Services
Taylor Ellis CBA, Associate Dean
Cheryl Green COHPA, School of Social Work
Glenda Gunter COE, Educational Research, Technology and Leadership
Kathy Hohenleitner CAH, English
Stephen Holmes COHPA, Assistant Dean
Bernie Jensen Regional Campuses
Bernadette Jungblut CS, Political Science
Jeffery Kaplan COE, Educational Studies
Ali Korosy CAH, Modern Languages & Literatures
Eric Main FCTL, Instructional Specialist
Ruth Marshall OIR, Director
Barbara Moore CBA, Economics
Gary Morgan-Muskin SDES, Lead Scholars
Alison Morrison-Shetlar FCTL, Director
Jamal Nayfeh CECS, Associate Dean
Saleh Naser Biomed Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences Program
Melvin Rogers COHPA, Assistant Dean
Mohtsham Samsam BCBS, Molecular Biology and Microbiology
Meg Scharf Library
John Schell Academic Affairs, Assistant Vice President
Denver Severt RCHM, Hospitality Operations
Consuelo Stebbins CAH, Assistant Dean
Dale Voorhees CDL, Assistant Director, Course Development
Lisa Wayte Computer Services
Judy Welch CBA, School of Accounting
Diane Wink COHPA, Nursing
Tim Worrell COHPA, Health Professions
Beth Young CAH, Assistant Dean

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Robert Cassanello
College of Arts and Humanities Robert   Cassanello I teach because I am drawn to the rewards and challenges of teaching. The classroom provides me the opportunity to mentor students, contribute to their intellectual growth, and collaborate with them in the production of original knowledge that shapes the field. I teach courses on state and local history, moder...

Lee-Anne Spalding
College of Education Lee-Anne   Spalding Throughout my tenure at the University of Central Florida, my passion for the teaching profession has always been evident and continues to flourish to this day. As a public school elementary classroom teacher I sought to educate my students to the best of my ability by being a reflective practitioner and using bes...

John Schultz
College of Sciences John  Schultz As a teacher, I believe my role is to generate excitement and interest in the classroom and to challenge students by providing a dynamic and experiential learning experience. Experiential learning not only increases student interest by building a learning community in the classroom, but also increases student unde...