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Brother Joe Morgan, History, (3rd from right, second row) was a participant in an International Faculty Development Seminar, "After the Celtic Tiger: The Politics and Sociology of Ireland," sponsored by the Council of International Educational Educational Exchange. Brother Morgan used the experience to develop a new course "The History of Ireland."
Members of the Arts and Science faculty can receive a maximum of up to $1200 for the academic year. Funds for faculty travel are for faculty making presentations, chairing conference sessions, serving as organization officers, or otherwise actively participating in a professional meeting. The funds for faculty training and development are for support in such areas as research, the improvement of technological skills, learning other teaching techniques, and other areas related to the support of departmental or college-wide goals. Please read the procedures and policy statement carefully. If you have any questions please contact Scott Cleary.
George Bournoutian, History
William Gratzer, Mathematics
Susan Toliver, Sociology
Robert Schiaffino, Computer Science
Scott Cleary, Chair, English
School Psychology Program Accredited
School Psychology Program Receives Full Accreditation from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)More about the Program »
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia with Political Science faculty.
The Pre-Law minor program is designed to develop and enhance those skills required both at law school and in a legal career.Full Profile »