College welcomes new faculty
Tuesday, September 4, 2001
Lacey, Wash. - Saint Martin's College is pleased to welcome nine new
members of the faculty.
Andrew Foley comes to the college from across the Atlantic Ocean.
Foley, who will be a full-time associate professor of mechanical
engineering, earned his doctorate in engineering mechanics from
Cranfield University, Cranfield Bedford, UK. He earned his bachelor of
science degree from the University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton.
Michelle Greene is already a familiar face to Saint Martin's
students. She has been hired after being an adjunct instructor at the
Saint Martin's College Extension Campuses. Greene will be a full-time
assistant professor of computer science. Greene earned her masters
degree from the University of Phoenix and bachelor's degree from Troy
State University, Fort Benning, Georgia.
Scot Harrison, will join the faculty at the O'Grady Library as an
electronic services and reference librarian. Harrison has a master's
degree in comparative literature from the University of Texas at Austin.
He earned his master of library and information as well as his
bachelor's degree in comparative literature from the University of
Massachusetts at Amherst.
Robert Miller will join the music program as a full-time professor.
Miller has a doctorate in music education from Michigan State
University, and his masters and bachelor's degrees from Arizona State
Riley Moore is another familiar face. After teaching as an adjunct
professor, he is being hired as a full-time assistant professor of
finance. Moore received his doctorate degree and master of business
administration from Mississippi State University and his bachelor of
science degree from the University of Washington.
Paul Patterson, who has been teaching as an assistant professor of
business for 1 1/2 years on a temporary basis, has been hired full-time
to the position. Patterson received his master of business arts and
bachelor of arts degrees from the University of Washington.
Brian Schiff has been hired as a full-time assistant professor of
psychology. Schiff received his doctorate in psychology and master's
degree in social sciences from the University of Chicago. He earned his
bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.
John Sladek, has been hired as a full-time assistant professor of
civil engineering. Sladek earned his master of science degree in
structural engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and his
bachelor of science degree from Northeastern University, Boston.
Candace Winstead has been hired as a full-time assistant professor of
biology. Winstead earned her doctorate from Loyola University, Chicago,
in microbiology and immunology. She earned her bachelor's degree from
Augustana College, Rock Island, Ill.
For more information:
Christina Ramírez-Milhoan, communications specialist
Saint Martin's College Office of Communication