Jul 31, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Directory Information


Board of Trustees

College Executives

Office of the President

Office of Student Affairs

Office of Enrollment Management

Office of Administration and Finance

Office of Institutional Advancement

Office of Marketing and Communication

Office of Academic Affairs

School of Educational Research and Innovation

College Faculty and Advisors


Board of Trustees

Barbara Epifanio, B.A., Chair Stylist for W by Worth

Brooks Stough, Esq., Vice Chair Partner, Gunderson Dettmer Stough

Adrianne Ansay, B.S., President, MJE Enterprises

Robert Banta, Esq., Banta Immigration Law LTD

William Cotter, Esq., Retired Owner, Food Manufacturing Business

Peter Eden, Ph.D., President, Landmark College

Mark Ellman, LL.M., President and Real Estate Executive, Celestial Capital Group

Bennett Fradkin, B.Arch., Principal, Fradkin & McAlpin Architects

Bretton Himsworth, B.S., Landmark College Class of 1990, Vice President, CentralEd

Alan Hirsh, B.A., Owner and Executive Vice President, Lamart Corp.

Linda Kaboolian, Ph.D., Lecturer, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

James Mitchell, M.B.A., Neurodiversity CoE Operations Leader and National ASA Tax and Assurance Practice Leader, EY (formerly Ernst & Young)

Jon Moran, M.D., Professor of Thoracic Surgery, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University (retired)

Stephen P. Moschetta, Esq., Landmark College Class of 1995, Attorney, The Moschetta Law Firm

Belle Brooks O’Brien, M.A., Trustee, The Morgan and Belle O’Brien Foundation

Krish Ramakrishnan, M.S., Chief of Innovation and Products, BlueJeans by Verizon

Maryellen Rancourt, Ed.D., Grants Administrator, Essex North Shore Regional Technical School District

Emeritus Members

Robert Munley, Esq., Partner, Munley Law (deceased)

John Perkins, Esq., Palmer & Dodge (deceased)

Charles Strauch, B.S., Owner, GA Services


College Executives

Peter Eden, Ph.D., President

Cheryl Adolph, B.A., Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Manju Banerjee, Ph.D., Vice President for Educational Research & Innovation

Mark DiPietro, B.A., Vice President for Marketing and Communications

Gail Gibson Sheffield, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs

Michael Luciani, M.B.A., Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Campus Life

Jon MacClaren, M.B.A., Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer​

Kevin Mayne, M.B.A., Vice President for Enrollment Management

Office of The President

Peter Eden, Landmark College President; Post-Doctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Microbiology, University of New Hampshire; B.S., Microbiology, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Tiffany Kerylow, Executive Assistant to the President; B.A., Government and International Politics, George Mason University


Office of Academic Affairs

Gail Gibson Sheffield, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Ph.D., Education, Capella University; M.S., Instructional Design, Development and Education, Syracuse University; B.S., Communication Arts and Sciences, Lyndon State College

Jill Hinckley, Assistant Vice President for Academic AffairsM.A.T., English, Keene State College; B.F.A., Writing/English, Johnson State College

John Vitale, Dean, School of Professional Studies and Science; Ph.D., Interprofessional Health Care Studies, Rosalind Franklin University; M.H.S., Pathologists’ Assistant Studies, Quinnipiac University; B.A., Biology, Keene State College

Maruice Mangum, Dean, School of Liberal Studies and the Arts; Academic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Cordinator; Professor; Ph.D., Political Science, Louisiana State University; M.A., Political Science, The Ohio State University; B.S., Political Science, University of Iowa

Nichole Nietsche, Registrar; M.A. Ed, Fitchburg State University, B.A., Fitchburg State University

Jennifer LannDirector of Library Services; M.S., Library & Information Science, University of Pittsburgh; B.A. Cultural Anthropology, Mount Holyoke College

Michael KirkpatrickDirector of Institutional EffectivenessPh.D.,Psychology, University of Mississippi; M.A.., Psychology, University of Mississippi; B.A., Philosophy and Psychology (double), Lynchburg College

Whitney Packer, Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs; B.S., Studio Art, Skidmore College

Kathleen Fortier, Academic Affairs Office Manager, Assistant Registrar


School of Education

Jill Hinckley, Dean, School of Education; Associate Professor; M.A.T., English, Keene State College; B.F.A., Writing/English, Johnson State College

Alicia Beth, Chair, Department of Core Education; Assistant Professor of Education; Ph.D., Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin; M.A., Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin; B.A., Psychology, Bard College

Eric Moschella, Director, Academic Support and Advising; PhD. Education, Clemson University; M.A. Post-Secondary Student Development, University of Iowa; B.A. English, University of Iowa

Nevada Bromley, Advising Coordinator; M.Ed., Multi-Cultural Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; B.A., Drama, Marlboro College

Anna Habib, Placement Coordinator; M.Ed., School Psychology, UMass Amherst; B.A., Psychology, Ohio State University

Minna Roussi, Academic Support Coordinator; M.Ed., Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Vermont; B.A., Marlboro College

Jan Coplan, Director of Career Connections; M.A. Ed, Antioch New England Graduate School, B.A., McDaniel’s College

Jonathan Steele, Assistant Director of Career Connections; M.Ed., Adult Education, University of Rhode Island;
B.A., History, The King’s College

Clark Johnson, Career Advisor; M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy, Antioch New England Graduate School; B.A., Psychology, Wittenberg University

Jessica Lindoerfer, Director, Experiential Education/Study Abroad; M.A., International Education, SIT Graduate Institute, B.A., French, Bates College


School of Liberal Studies and the Arts

Maruice Mangum, Dean, School of Liberal Studies and the Arts; Academic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Coordinator; Professor; Ph.D., Political Science, Louisiana State University; M.A., Political Science, The Ohio State University; B.S., Political Science, University of Iowa.

Daniel Miller, Chair, Department of Liberal Studies; Associate Professor of Humanities; Ph.D., Religion, Syracuse University; M.Phil., Religion, Syracuse; M.St., Theology (Research), University of Oxford; M.Div., Golden Gate Seminary; B.A., Religion (Biblical Languages), Oklahoma Baptist University

Derek Parker, Chair, Department of Fine and Performing Arts; Assistant Professor of Art and Design; M.F.A., Sculpture and Expanded Formats, Indiana University, Bloomington; B.F.A., Sculpture, California State University, Fullerton

Peg Alden, B.A. in Liberal Studies Program Coordinator, Professor of Social Sciences; Ed.D., Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; M.Ed., Organization Development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; B.I.S., International Studies, School for International Training, Brattleboro

Solvegi Shmulsky, B.A. in Psychology Program Coordinator, Professor of Social Sciences; M.Ed., Human Development, University of Massachusetts; B.A., Human Services, University of Massachusetts

Jen Morris, B.A. in Studio Arts Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Visual Arts; M.F.A., Visual Art, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; B.F.A., Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Carnegie Mellon University

Samuel Rowlett, Director of Art Gallery and Exhbitions, Associate Professor of Art and Design; M.F.A., Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art; B.F.A., General Fine Arts, Pacific Northwest College of Art


School of Professional Studies and Science

John Vitale, Dean, School of Professional Studies and Science; Ph.D., Interprofessional Health Care Studies, Rosalind Franklin University; M.H.S., Pathologists’ Assistant Studies, Quinnipiac University; B.A., Biology, Keene State College

Brian Young, Chair, Department of Science,Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM); Associate Professor of Natural Sciences; Ph.D., Natural Resources and Sustainability, University of Alaska Fairbanks; M.S., Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks; B.S., Biology, Lewis and Clark College

Eric Matte, Chair, Deprtment of Professional Studies; Professor; M.S., Communication, Fitchburg State University; M.S., Organizational Management, New England College; B.A., History, New England College

John Russo, B.S./A.S. in Computer Science Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Computer Science; Ph.D. Computer Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. Computer Science, Boston University; M.S. Mathematics, University of Massachusetts at Lowell; B.A. Chemistry, Saint Anselm College

Jeanette Landin, B.A. in Communication and Entrepreneurial Leadership (COMEL) Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Professional Studies; Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Phoenix; M.B.A., University of Phoenix; B.A., Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine; Certificate in ASD, Antioch University; Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Phoenix

Michelle Wallace, Mathematics Coordinator, Professor of Mathematics; Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Illinois State University; M.A., Mathematics, Ball State University; B.S., Mathematics Education, Ball State University

Todd Miller, Physical Education Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Physical Education; M.S. Physical Education/Human Performance, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, B.S. Physical Therapy, University of Vermont


School of Educational Research and Innovation

Manju Banerjee, Vice President for Educational Research and Innovation, Associate Professor (Research Faculty); Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut; M.S., Special Education, Pennsylvania State University; M.A./B.A., Economics, University of Delhi, India

Rick Bryck, Dean, Educational Research and Innovation, Assistant Professor (Research Faculty); Ph.D., Psychology, University of Oregon; M.S., Psychology, University of Oregon; B.S., Biopsychology and Cognitive Science, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 

Carol Beninati, Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Educational Research and Innovation; B.A. English, Mount Holyoke College

Landmark College Institute for Research & Training (LCIRT)

Adam Lalor, Director, LCIRT; Assistant Professor (Research Faculty); Co-Director, Center for Neurodiversity; Chair, Institutional Review Board; Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut; Graduate Certificate, Postsecondary Disability Services, University of Connecticut; M.Ed., Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership, The College of William and Mary; B.A., Psychology, Hamilton College

Linda Hecker, Professor Emeritus, Research Faculty; M.Ed., Urban and Secondary Education, University of Hartford; B.A., English and Linguistics, Brandeis University; Reading Specialist Certificate, University of Massachusetts

Ken Gobbo, Professor Emeritus; B.A., Fine Arts, Ramapo College; M.S., Counseling, State University of New York, Oneonta

Educational Technology & Online Programs (ETOP)

Denise Jaffe, Director of Dual Enrollment, Online Course Development and Innovation; M. ED., Secondary Education, University of Connecticut Neag School of Education; Sixth-Year Diploma, Educational Technology, University of Connecticut Neag School of Education; M.B.A. (Finance), NYU Stern School of Business; B.A., English (Journalism), Alfred University, Alfred, N.Y; PMP Certification, Project Management Institute; Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) Certificate, Association for Talent Development

Tabitha Mancini, Director of Customer Relations and Outreach, M.A., Educational Psychology (Special Education), University of Connecticut, Certificate, Disability Services in Postsecondary Education, University of Connecticut, B.A., Sociology, University of California, Berkeley.   

Sandra Fishler, Regional Director for Online Programs, Bay Area, M.A., Educational Counseling, San Jose State University; Pupil Personnel Services Certificate, San Jose State University; B.A. International Relations, University of California at Davis

Michelle Deal, Instructional Designer/Course Developer; Ph.D., English (Composition and Rhetoric), University of Massachusetts - Amherst; M.A., English (Literature), University of Vermont; B.A., Journalism and Media, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.

Simone Christain, Instructional Designer; M.A., Integrated Design, University of Baltimore; B.S., Corporate Communications, University of Baltimore; Certificate, Instructional Design, Online Learning Consortium (OLC); Certificate, Digital Accessibility for Educators, University of Illinois Springfield.

Michael Keen, Educational Technologist, B.A. Communications, William Paterson University


Office of Student Affairs

Michael Luciani, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Campus Life; M.B.A., Assumption College; B.A., Accounting, Assumption College

Kelly O’Ryan, Dean of Students, Student Conduct and Community Standards, Community Service and Civic Engagement; Graduate Certificate, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Antioch University; M.A., Conflict Transformation, School for International Training; B.A., Global Studies, St. Lawrence University

Resident Dean Staff

Nicole Pacenka, Assistant Director of Housing Operations & Resident DeanM.Ed., Higher Education and Student Affairs, Merrimack College; B.S., Behavioral Sciences, Fitchburg State University

John Wood, Resident Dean; Men’s Baseball Coach; B.A., Social Science, Lyndon State College; B.A., English, Lyndon State College

Matthew Ingram, Resident Dean; M.S.Ed., Student Affairs & College Counseling, Monmouth University; B.B.A., Business Management, Wilkes University; Essentials of Firefighting-Interior Certification, Luzerne County Community

Caden Dole, Resident Dean; B.S., Adventure Therapy, Unity College; A.A., Liberal Studies, Landmark College; PEERS Certified; Telehealth Certified Provider.

Rob LutzResident Dean & TaC Coordinator

Athletics, Fitness, and Recreation

Kari Post, Director of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation; M.S. Environmental Studies, Antioch University of New England; B.S., Health and Exercise Science Teaching, The College of New Jersey

Josh Ascani, Assistant Director of Recreation and Outdoor Programs, B.S., Environmental Policy, Unity College

Counseling

Jacala Mills, Director of Health, Counseling & Wellness; LADC, M.A., Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut; B.A., Applied Sociology, Eastern Connecticut State University

Victoria Tilson, Counselor; LMHC, M.A., Counseling Psychology, Antioch University New England; B.A., Visual Arts, Marlboro College

Margaret Spicer, Counselor; SAFE Coordinator; LICSW; M.S.W., University of Connecticut School of Social Work; B.A., Women’s Studies/American Studies, Marlboro College

Matthew Cherry, Counselor; M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University New England; B.A., Psychology, Prescott College

Health Services

Jeff Huyett, Director of Health Services; M.S., Nursing, Northeastern University; B.S., Nursing, University of Kansas

Bridget Shea-Gander; Nurse Practitioner

Dawn Kenny, Student Health Nurse; A.S. in Nursing; American Nurses Credentialing Center board Certification in Psychiatry

Cindy Brown, Office Coordinator; Health & Counseling Services; Student Affairs Program Associate

Andrew Donahue, Director of Social Pragmatic Programming & Services; M.A., Counseling, Antioch University New England; Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate, Antioch University New England; B.A., Psychology/Linguistics, University of Southern Maine

 

Susan MacNeil, Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs & Office Manager

Emily North, Director of Student Activities; M.F.A., English/Creative Writing, Goddard College; B.A., History, Norwich University

Marc Thurman, Coordinator for the Centers for Diversity and Inclusion

 


College Faculty and Advising Staff

Peg Alden, Professor of Social Sciences; Ed.D., Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; M.Ed., Organization Development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; B.I.S., International Studies, School for International Training, Brattleboro

Karina Assiter, Assistant Professor of Computer Science; Ph.D., Computer Science, Tufts University; M.S. Computer Science, Tufts University; B.A. Computer Science, Mills College

Susan Austin, Associate Professor of English; M.A., English Literature, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; B.A., English, Mount Holyoke College

Meg Baronian, Associate Professor of English; M.F.A., Writing, Bard College; B.A., English, Barnard College

Jim Baucom, Professor Emeritus; M.Ed., Reading and Language, Harvard Graduate School of Education; B.A., English, University of North Carolina

Tim Beck, Assistant Professor of Psychology; Ph.D., Psychology: Consciousness and Society, University of West Georgia; M.A., Psychology and Humanistic Studies, Saybrook University; B.S., Psychology, Northwest Missouri State University

Alicia Beth, Core Education Department Chair, Assistant Professor of Education; Ph.D., Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin; M.A., Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin; B.A., Psychology, Bard College

Liza Burns, Associate Professor of Communications; M.Ed., Language and Literacy, Harvard Graduate School of Education

James Cabral, Assistant Professor of Social Sciences; M.A., International Development and Social Change, Clark University; B.A., Sociology/English, University of Colorado; A.S., Journalism, Bristol Community College

Brian Cohen, Assistant Professor of Humanities; M.A.T., History, Tufts University; B.A., History, Lafayette College

Kimberly Coleman, Professor of Natural Sciences; Ph.D., Physiology, Dartmouth Medical School; M.S., Physiology, Dartmouth College; B.S., Biology, Rochester Institute of Technology

Nathalie Crocker, Associate Professor of Communications; M.S., Special Education and Reading, Sage Graduate School; B.A., Psychology, University of Vermont

Michealene Cronin, Academic Advisor

Sabrina Durand, Assistant Professor of Education

MacLean Gander, Professor of English; Senior Associate, Landmark College Institute for Research and Training; Ed.D., The Fielding Graduate Institute; M.A., Creative Writing, Boston University; A.B., English and American Literature and Language, Harvard College

Claire Gillis, Professor of History

Sara Glennon, Associate Professor of English; M.A., English, Boston University; B.A., English, Hartwick College

Stephen Glover, Assistant Professor of Arts; M.M., Performance, University of Connecticut; B.A., Music, Westfield State College

Kenneth Gobbo, Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences; M.S., Counseling, State University of New York, Oneonta; B.A., Fine Arts, Ramapo College

Richard Grumbine, Associate Professor of Natural Sciences; M.S.T., Education/Environmental Studies, Antioch New England Graduate School; B.A., Environmental Science, Antioch College

Roxanne B. Hamilton, Associate Professor of Business Studies; M.Ed., Professional Development, Antioch New England Graduate School; B.A., English, Norwich University; A.S., Business Education, Northhampton Junior College

Christina Herbert, Associate Professor of Arts; M.A.T., English, School for International Training; B.A., Literature, Reed College

Jeremy Holch, Academic Advisor

Clark Johnson, Advisor; M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy, Antioch New England Graduate School; B.A., Psychology, Wittenberg University

Kevin Keith, Associate Professor of Mathematics; C.A.G.S., Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching, Plymouth State University; M.A.,Teaching Secondary Mathematics, Rivier College; B.A., Computer Information Science, Orlando College

Gyuri Kepes, Assistant Professor of Communications; Ph.D., Communications, University of Massachusetts; M.A., Communications, University of Hartford; B.A. Communications, University of Massachusetts

Thomas Kern, Assistant Professor of Math; Ph.D., Mathematics, Cornell University; M.S., Computer Science, Cornell University; B.A., Mathematics, Dartmouth College

Linda Kerr, Associate Professor of Social Sciences; Ed.D., Reading, Language, and Learning Disabilities, Harvard University; M.Ed., Human Development and Psychology, Harvard University; M.Ed., Moderate Special Needs, Lesley College; B.A., English, Bates College

Eve Kahn, Academic Advisor

John G. Kipp, Professor; M.Ed., Keene State College; B.A., English, Keene State College

Frank Klucken, Associate Professor of Mathematics; M.A.T., Teaching Using Internet Technologies, The Graduate Center, Marlboro College; B.A., Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Jim Koskoris, Associate Professor of Business Studies; M.B.A., University of Massachusetts, Amherst; B.S., Government, University of Maryland, College Park

Jeanette Landin, Assistant Professor of Business Studies; Ed.D., Educational Leadership, University of Phoenix; Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Phoenix; M.B.A., University of Phoenix; B.A., Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine

Eve Leons, Academic Advisor; M.A.T., English as a Second Language, and Spanish, School for International Training; B.A., International Studies, Kenyon College

Douglas Lynch, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Graduate Certificate in Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Drexel University; M.F.A. in Painting, Tyler School of Art; B.A., Economics, Miami University; B.S., Mathematics and Statistics; Miami University

Adrienne Major, Professor; Ph.D., English Literature, Tufts University; B.A., English Literature, Smith College

Eric Matte, Professor; M.S., Organizational Management, New England College; B.A., History, New England College

Rebecca Matte, Associate Professor of First Year Studies; M.S., Human Services, New England College; B.A., English, University of New Hampshire

Daniel Miller, Associate Professor of Humanities; Ph.D., Religion, Syracuse University; M.Phil., Religion, Syracuse; M.St., Theology (Research), University of Oxford; M.Div., Golden Gate Seminary; B.A., Religion (Biblical Languages), Oklahoma Baptist University

Todd Miller, Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.S. Physical Therapy, University of Vermont; M.S. Physical Education/Human Performance, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.

Christin Monroe, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Ph.D., Chemistry, Princeton University; M.S., Chemistry, Princeton University; B.S., Biochemistry, Misericordia University

Jen Morris, Associate Professor of Visual Arts; M.F.A., Visual Art, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; B.F.A., Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Carnegie Mellon University

Josh Moyse, Assistant Professor of Theater Arts; M.F.A., Directing, California Institute of the Arts; B.F.A., Drama New York University, Tisch School of the Arts

Dorothy Osterholt, Associate Professor of First-Year Studies; M.Ed., Antioch New England Graduate School; B.A., Special Education, Salve Regina College

Derek Parker, Assistant Professor of Art and Design; M.F.A., Indiana University; B.F.A., California State University

Humberto Ramirez, Professor of Fine Arts; M.F.A., Painting, Florida State University; B.S., Biology, Florida State University

John Rose, Associate Professor of English; M.F.A., Creative Writing, University of Massachusetts; M.A., English, Southern Connecticut State University; B.A., English, University of Connecticut

Gil Rosenberg, Associate Professor of Mathematics; Ph.D., Religious and Theological Studies, University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology; M.Div. Harvard Divinity School; M.S. Mathematics, Cornell University; B.A. Mathematics, Swarthmore College.

Samuel Rowlett, Associate Professor of Arts; M.F.A., Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art; B.F.A., General Fine Arts, Pacific Northwest College of Art

John Russo, Associate Professor of Computer Science; Ph.D. Computer Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. Computer Science, Boston University; M.S. Mathematics, University of Massachusetts at Lowell; B.A. Chemistry, Saint Anselm College

Charles Schneeweis, Associate Professor of Arts; M.A., Music Composition and Theory, University of Minnesota; B.A., Political Science, St. Cloud State University

Lynne Shea, Professor; M.A., English, Middlebury College; B.A., English Literature and Education, Dartmouth College

Solvegi Shmulsky, Professor of Social Sciences; M.Ed., Human Development, University of Massachusetts; B.A., Human Services, University of Massachusetts

Lucy M. Stamp, Associate Professor of Advising; M.A.T., English, Fitchburg State College; B.A., English, Washburn University

Andrew Stein, Associate Professor of Natural Sciences; Ph.D., Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation, University of Massachusetts; M.S., Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation, University of Massachusetts; B.S., Zoology, Connecticut College

Tamara L. Stenn, Assistant Professor of Business; Doctorate of Arts, Leadership, Franklin Pierce; Masters Interdisciplinary and International Management, SIT; B.S., Journalism, University of Maryland

Jan Thompson, Associate Professor of English; M.A., English, University of Delaware; B.A., English/German, University of Virginia

Cynthia Tolman, Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences; Ph.D., Biochemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., General Theological Studies, Andover Newton Theological School; B.A., Chemistry, Middlebury College

Daniel Toomey, Associate Professor of English; M.A., English, Middlebury College; B.A., English, Marlboro College

Michelle Wallace, Professor of Mathematics; Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Illinois State University; M.A., Mathematics, Ball State University; B.S., Mathematics Education, Ball State University

Norma Willingham, Assistant Professor of First-Year Studies; C.A.G.S., Education, Univ. of Massachusetts; M.Ed., Education, Fitchburg State College; B.A., Education, Univ. of Massachusetts; Wilson Certified Tutor; Project Read Certified Tutor; Lindamood-Bell Certified Tutor

Brian Young, Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences; Ph.D., Natural Resources and Sustainability, University of Alaska Fairbanks; M.S., Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks; B.S., Biology, Lewis and Clark College


Library Services

Jennifer Lann, Director of Library Services; M.S., Library & Information Science, University of Pittsburgh; B.A. Cultural Anthropology, Mount Holyoke College

Mary Jane MacGuire, Research Services Librarian, Coordinator of College Archives; M.S., Library Science, Southern Connecticut State University; M.A., Intercultural Management, School For International Training; B.A., International Relations, Manhattanville College

John Kosakowski, Technical Services Coordinator; B.A., Mediterranean Archaeology, State University of NY at Albany

Jamie Harvey, Evening Research Services Specialist; M.I., Library and Information Science, Rutgers University; B.A., Psychology, Union Institute & University


Registrar’s Office

Nichole Nietsche, Registrar, M.Ed, Educational Leadership & Management, Fitchburg State University; B.A., English, Fitchburg State University
 
Jarrett HoodStudent Information System Administrator, B.S., Computer Science, Keene State College
 
Kathleen Fortier, Assistant Registrar/ Academic Affairs Office Manager
 
Amber LaFlamme, Assistant Registrar for Online and Short Term Programs, B.A., Communication and Entrepreneurial Leadership, Landmark College
 

Office of Enrollment Management

Kevin Mayne, Vice President for Enrollment Management, M.B.A., Management/Marketing, Anna Maria College, B.A., Psychology/Art Therapy

Sydney Ruff, Director of Admissions

Max McAuley, Assistant Director of Admissions, Admissions Counselor

Brian Murphy, Assistant Director of Admissions, Admissions Counselor

Jennifer DuFaultAssistant Director of Enrollment

Carroll ParéSenior Director for Outreach, Partnerships, and Short-Term Programs

Lisa Lawrence, Assistant Director of Short-Term Programs

Michael Mertes, Director of Financial Aid

Erin Craw, Associate Director of Financial Aid

Kemmie Roberts, Enrollment Services Systems & Communications Specialist

Regina Amidon, Event and Recruitment Coordinator

Nicole GoncalvesAdministrative Assistant

 

Counselors

Karen Bolster, Tele-Counselor 

Ferne Bork, Regional Enrollment Specialist-Northeast

Erica Loveland, Admissions Counselor

Christina Parish, Admissions Counselor

Sharon Ferrell, Assistant Director of West Coast Admissions

 


Office of Administration and Finance

Jon MacClaren, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Professional M.B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst, M.A., Historic Preservation, Boston University, B.A., Architectural History, Syracuse University

Janie Jenkins-Evans, Director of Human Resources

Brittany Mack, Assistant Director of Human Resources

Karen BelcherManager, Administrative Services & Procurement

Terry Standish, College Receptionist

Kyle Skrocki, Director of Facilities

Maureen Ryan-Hoffman, Controller

Ginny Irish, Manager of Student Accounts

Joyce Apenowich, General Ledger Accounts

Kimberly Kempf, Bookstore Manager

 


Office of Institutional Advancement

Cheryl Adolph, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, B.A., English Literature, Illinois University

Carol Nardino, Senior Director of Institutional Advancement and Special Assistant to the President

Tricia Stanley, Director of Alumni Relations

Lisa Nye Chabot, Director Grants & Sponsored Programs

Tracy Campany, Donor Relations Associate

Sherry Aldrich, Database Manager Director

 

 


Office of Marketing and Communication

Mark DiPietro, Vice President for Marketing and Communications, B.A., Journalism, Northeastern University

Christopher Lenois, Director of Marketing and Communications, B.A., English and Political Science, University of Vermont

Valerie Cox, Marketing & Communications Webmaster/Graphic Designer, B.S. Information Systems, University of Massachusetts Lowell