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4204ContentAckley, Tonya/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4204

Ms. Tonya Ackley  tja7@pitt.edu

Ackley TonyaMs.TonyaAckleyDirector of Community Engagement and the Wick Chapeltja7@pitt.eduHarriett B. Wick Chapel362-7592Student AffairsB.S.CommunicationClarion University of Pennsylvania M.A.Student Affairs in Higher Education Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Tonya works with individual students and student organizations as they seek to engage in community service, civic engagement initiatives, leadership development and internship opportunities related to their academic majors and interests. In addition, Tonya also oversees the Harriett B. Wick Chapel facilities and coordinates events such as music recitals, lectures, poetry readings, induction ceremonies and weddings. 

In her previous positions, she served as the Director of Residential Life at Pitt-Bradford, Coordinator of Career Services at Clarion University – Venango, and Assistant Director of Residence Life at St. Bonaventure University. Currently, Tonya is a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Task Force, the YWCA Victims’ Resource Center Advisory Council and the American Red Cross Board of Directors. She is also a co-advisor for Habitat for Humanity at Pitt-Bradford.

In her spare time, she enjoys playing the flute, off-roading in her jeep wrangler and spending time with her husband, Ryan, and their three cats, Reilly, Linus and Penny.


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4076ContentAlexander, Livingston/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4076

Dr. Livingston Alexander President, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford lalexand@pitt.edu 244 Hanley Library 362-7501

Dr. AlexanderDr.LivingstonAlexanderPresident, University of Pittsburgh at Bradfordlalexand@pitt.edu 244 Hanley Library362-7501Office of the PresidentA.B.PhilosophySt. Joseph Seminary College in Washington, D.C.M.Ed.CurriculumUniversity of HoustonEd.D.Educational Psychology University of Houston

Livingston Alexander was named the third president of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford on April 24, 2003, and on May 7, 2012, assumed the presidency of the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville in an administrative re-alignment under which he serves as president of both institutions.

During his tenure at Pitt-Bradford, Dr. Alexander has led a number of institutional initiatives to revitalize academic programs and stimulate enrollment, outcomes which he intends to replicate at Pitt-Titusville.

At Pitt-Bradford, Dr. Alexander led the development of two five-year strategic plans, which include eight major strategic directions and action plans to advance a very ambitious institutional agenda. Among the major accomplishments resulting from the planning efforts on the Pitt-Bradford campus were the development of new academic majors, successful completion of a $13 million capital campaign, construction of one academic building and three residence halls, major renovations of two academic buildings, development and implementation of an integrated marketing plan, and significant increases in enrollment and retention. .

Before becoming Pitt-Bradford’s president, Dr. Alexander was the provost and vice president for academic affairs and professor of psychology at Kean University in Union, N. J. During his tenure there, Alexander led the implementation of a revised general education program, widely known for its innovative features.

Dr. Alexander began his career in higher education as an assistant professor of psychology at Western Kentucky University and subsequently advanced to the rank of professor. After completing an American Council on Education Fellowship in higher education administration at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, he assumed successive positions as department head at Georgia Southern University, associate vice president for academic affairs and director of graduate studies at Western Kentucky University, and vice president for academic affairs at Troy State University-Montgomery.

Dr. Alexander is a native of Breaux Bridge, La.

During his academic and administrative career, Dr. Alexander has written numerous articles and book chapters in the areas of cognition, teaching and learning, and leadership. In 1989, he published the results of his research on mathematics anxiety in the journal, Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. His abbreviated version of the Mathematics Anxiety Rating Scale has been used or cited in dozen of research studies. An earlier study titled “Facilitation of Learning and Retention of Oral Instruction Using Advance and Post Organizers” and published in the Journal of Educational Psychology examined the efficacy of cognitive organizers in improving learning and retention of oral instruction.

He has led seminars on the personal and interpersonal dimensions of leadership and diversity for the American Council on Education's fellowship program and has served as chair of the New Jersey Council of Chief Academic Officers and as an elected member of the American Association of University Administrators' Board of Directors.

Dr. Alexander is a member of the NCAA Division III Presidents Council, the American Council on Education Commission on Lifelong Learning, the Millennium Leadership Initiative Steering Committee, and the Nominating Committee for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. He is a board member of Upper Allegheny Health Systems, Continental One (an interstate highway/commerce initiative), and The Center for Rural Pennsylvania and serves as a trustee of Hilbert College, in Hamburg, N.Y.

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4442ContentArmstrong, Jeffrey/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4442

Mr. Jeffrey Armstrong Maintenance Worker III jpa4@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Armstrong, JeffMr.JeffreyArmstrongMaintenance Worker IIIjpa4@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 1:27:59 PM10/30/2006 9:12:17 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaArmstrong, Jeffrey222A10330False08/28/2012 01:27:59 PM10/30/2006 09:12:17 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4442
14791ContentAsinger, Kristin/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14791

Professor Kristin Asinger Visiting Instructor in Sports Medicine kaa54@pitt.edu   203J Fisher Hall 362-5154 Division of Biological and Health Sciences M.Ed. Athletic Training University of Virginia 1989 B. S. Athletic Training/Physical Education C

Asinger KristinProfessorKristinAsingerDirector of International Services and Study Abroad and Director of Freshman Seminarkaa54@pitt.edu102 Swarts Hall362-5154Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.Ed.Athletic TrainingUniversity of Virginia1989B.S.Athletic Training/Physical EducationCanisius College1988

Kristin Asinger is the Director of Freshman Seminar, Study Abroad, International Studies and International Services. Creating a professional plan for personal and academic development is crucial for today’s students who are entering college. The Freshman Seminar program provides students with the tools they need to navigate the many aspects of college life, to learn on a deeper level and to plan to purposely engage in experiences that will help them develop skills that employers are seeking. 

Only 2% of students in the USA study abroad. Employers view those who have studied abroad as someone who has a global perspective, works well with others, is independent, creative and is willing to take chances. "Studying abroad is a gift that you give yourself. Your experience abroad will become a part of who you are and will stay with you for your entire lifetime through choices that you make, how you see the world and how you live your life. Anyone can study abroad, just stop in and see me to learn about all of opportunities that are available." 

With over 80 countries to choose from, the University of Pittsburgh offers study abroad programs for all majors. The Study Abroad Office in Swarts 102 will help you to find a program right for you whether is it full year, in the fall, spring, summer or during spring break. 

Pitt-Bradford has over 50 international students on campus each semester. The Office of International Services provides immigration advising and orientation to all of our international students. Minoring in International Studies requires a minimum of 18 credits included in a study abroad experience, global courses, our World Geography course and a world language at the intermediate level. See Kristin if you are interested in this minor.

Kristin grew up in Bradford and after living in Orlando, Buffalo, Erie and Chicago for over 25 years, she returned to this beautiful area of the country. She has taught in a variety of educational settings ranging from Middle School through the University level. She began teaching at Pitt-Bradford in 2008 in the Sports Medicine Department. 

Kristin lives with her husband and two sons. They have hosted several high school exchange students from all over the world. For fun, she enjoys travel, learning languages (Swedish is her best), photography, acting, directing theater, reading, movies, music, cycling, walks, kayaking and comedy.

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28597ContentAvey, Marcia/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=28597

Marcia Avey Administrative Assistant maa224@pitt.edu 227 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-5272 Health Services M.B.A. University of Phoenix B.A. St. Bonaventure University Marcia has held previous positions at Pitt-Bradford between 1994 and 2005. These included (i

Avey, MarciaMarciaAveyAdministrative Assistantmaa224@pitt.edu227 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-5272Health ServicesM.B.A.University of PhoenixB.A.St. Bonaventure University

Marcia has held previous positions at Pitt-Bradford between 1994 and 2005. These included (in the former ARDC) Job Link Coordinator, Business Consultant, and Director of the Allegheny Research and Development Center. In the intervening years, Marcia held positions at Chapel Ridge (part of the Bradford Ecumenical Home) and the Cameron, Elk & McKean County RSVP senior volunteer program. 

Marcia currently serves as a board member at Futures Rehabilitation Center, Inc., and at the United Way of the Bradford Area. She is also a member of the Career and Technology Advisory Committee at Bradford Area High School.

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9075ContentBahan, Ed/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=9075

Coach profile

Bahan EdMr.EdBahanHead Coach Men's and Women's Swimmingegb17@pitt.edu151 Sport and Fitness Center362-5034Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.CommunicationsUniversity of Pittsburgh1984

Ed Bahan is in his sixth season as head of the swimming programs.

Bahan took over the program just two years after its inception and has transformed the culture of Pitt-Bradford swimming.

During his tenure, the Panthers have broken every school record, establishing more than 200 records along the way, and four of his players have been tabbed as the AMCC Swimmer of the Year. Bahan has been named the men's and women’s AMCC Coach of the Year five times, and he has coached 46 all-conference performers.

The 2012-13 season was full of its high notes. The men's team finished runner-up at the AMCC Championships for the third straight year, and senior Melinda Mackenzie was named the women's Co-Swimmer of the Year after winning two individual titles at the conference meet. She finished her career with five AMCC titles, second-most in women's history. Bahan was named the men's Coach of the Year as well.

Pitt-Bradford opened the season by finishing second at its own meet, the best showing by any Panther team in school history. The men won the 800 free relay for the first-time ever at the meet. 

The women placed fifth at the AMCC Championships and featured more depth than in recent years. A total of nine Panthers were named to the all-conference team.

The men put together the best season in school history in 2011-12, posting a school-record eight wins. The Panthers finished second at the AMCC Championships for the second straight year and qualified a record four swimmers for the ECAC Swimming and Diving Championships. Pitt-Bradford opened the season with seven straight wins, sophomore Fernando Petrilli was named the AMCC Swimmer of the Year for the second straight year and Bahan was tabbed the AMCC Co-Coach of the Year.

The women finished fourth at the AMCC Championships, led by Melinda Mackenize winning the 500 and 1650 free swims. She was also second in the 200 free and Rebecca Bowman was runner-up in the 50 free. Both the 400 medley and 400 free relay squads finished second to earn all-conference recognition.

In all, 11 Panthers received all-conference honors, a new school record.

In 2011-12, the men finished second at the AMCC Championships for the first time ever and seven swimmers were named to the all-conference team. Petrilli won three individual championships en route to earning high point honors and was named the Swimmer of the Year and the Newcomer of the Year. He went on to represent Pitt-Bradford at the ECAC Championships, the first ever to do so in school history.

The women’s team finished fourth as Bahan was named the Coach of the Year for the second straight season. Morgan Kinville won two individual championships under Bahan’s watch, and Melinda Mackenize was a second-team all-conference performer.

In his first year with the program, Bahan coached both the 2008- 09 male and female AMCC Swimmers of the Year - Cameron Lanich and Kinville. He was honored as the men’s Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to a fourth-place finish.

Bahan followed that up by leading both squads to season-high in victories in 2009-10. The men finished with four wins during the regular season while the women posted three. At the AMCC Championships, Lanich was named the league’s Co-Swimmer of the Year. On the women’s side, the Panthers finished third earning Bahan Coach of the Year honors for the second time.

Prior to joining Pitt-Bradford, Bahan served as the head swim coach at the Pittsburgh Tidalwaves Swim Club from 1999 to 2007. He was the assistant swim coach and the head strength coach at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh from 1995 to 2002. Bahan helped guide the men’s squad to a fourth-place finish at the 2002 NCAA Division II National Championships. Bahan served as the head coach at Plum (Pa.) High School from 1996 to 1999.

Originally from New Hampshire, Bahan was a five-time U.S. National competitor and a 1980 U.S. Olympic trial competitor.

He received his bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Pittsburgh in 1984.

Bahan currently resides in Bradford, Pa.

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4156ContentBailey, Kimberly/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4156

Ms. Kimberly Hanold Administrative Secretary hanold@pitt.edu 121 Hanley Library 362-7613 Hanley Library

Hanold KimMs.KimberlyBaileyReference/Instruction Librarianhanold@pitt.edu104 Hanley Library362-7621Hanley LibraryM.L.I.S.Library and Information ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh2007B.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford2003DiplomaLegal SecretarialOlean Business Institute1989Kimberly joined the Pitt-Bradford team in September 1999 as Secretary of the Hanley Library. Her career as an academic librarian started in February 2008. Prior to working for Pitt-Bradford, Kimberly worked in the medical field for 13 years.

Kimberly is a life-long resident of Bradford, PA and lives with her husband, three children, and two dogs. Much of her leisure time is spent with the family enjoying the many outdoor attractions that her hometown has to offer. Her recreational activities include: camping, fishing, hiking, boating, ATV/Snowmobile riding, and skiing.
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32610ContentBaldwin, Catherine/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32610

Ms. Catherine Baldwin Visiting Instructor of Educaton cab137@pitt.edu 149 Swarts Hall 362-5153 Division of Management and Education Select one

Ms.CatherineBaldwinVisiting Instructor of Educatoncab137@pitt.edu149 Swarts Hall362-5153Division of Management and EducationSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/7/2014 8:36:14 AM9/5/2014 1:53:26 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaBaldwin, Catherine222A10330False010/7/2014 08:36:14 AM9/5/2014 01:53:26 PMUndefined/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32610
4158ContentBaldwin, James/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4158

Mr. James Baldwin Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Registrar, and Director of Science in Motion jlb20@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7602 Office of the Registrar B. A. Music Performance Indiana University of Pennsylvania M. A. Student Affairs in Higher Education Indiana Univers

Baldwin JamesMr. JamesBaldwinAssistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Registrar, & Director of Science in Motionjlb20@pitt.eduHangar Building362-7602Office of the RegistrarPh.D.In Progress: Higher Education Administration University of Nebraska at LincolnM.A.Student Affairs in Higher Education Indiana University of PennsylvaniaB.A.Music PerformanceIndiana University of PennsylvaniaData mining, data visualization, and higher education management.James oversees all functions related to student records and student accounts, institutional research, Science in Motion, and the Advising Center. He previously worked at Mount Aloysius College and Purchase College, SUNY. He loves spending his spare time with his wife and daughters.James was instrumental in bringing the College in the High School program to Pitt-Bradford in 2005. He also was appointed as a Campus Study Member for the AASCU Graduate Rate Outcomes study project.  He developed and implemented the Advising Center, co-developed the annual Women's Leadership mini-conference, has hosted a NEAIR regional meeting, and was a 2009 Chancellor's Award Recipient for Service to the University of Pittsburgh.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/11/2013 2:18:05 PM10/26/2006 3:37:51 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardBaldwin, James222A10330False01/11/2013 02:18:05 PM10/26/2006 03:37:51 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4158
20595ContentBallard, Jill/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20595

Ms. Jill Ballard Executive Director and Managing Director of the Bradford Educational Foundation jballard@pitt.edu Hanley Library 362-5091 Institutional Advancement

Ballard, JillMs.JillBallardExecutive & Managing Director of the Bradford Educational Foundationjballard@pitt.edu  Hanley Library 362-5091Institutional AdvancementM.B.A.Marketing/ManagementSt. Bonaventure University2000

Jill is responsible for a range of activities which provide the framework for building strong support and lasting friendships with a variety of Pitt-Bradford constituencies including alumni, donors, friends, foundations, parents, and members of the corporate community. 

Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, she served as the Director of Development at the JCC Foundation for six years assisting with the foundation’s capital campaign, annual fund, alumni relations, and planned giving. Additionally, she worked at St. Bonaventure University for over nine years in Institutional Advancement as the Director of Scholarships and Endowments, major gifts and the annual fund. 

In her spare time, Jill enjoys horses and anything related to them. Most importantly, she enjoys time with her two children on trips or at home.

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4154ContentBeaver, Dianna/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4154

Ms. Dianna Beaver Acquisitions/Special Collections Specialist dbeaver@pitt.edu 114 Hanley Library 362-7618 Hanley Library

Beaver, DiannaMs.DiannaBeaverAcquisitions/Special Collections Specialistdbeaver@pitt.edu114 Hanley Library362-7618Hanley Library1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 1:31:03 PM10/26/2006 3:31:45 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaBeaver, Dianna222A10330False08/28/2012 01:31:03 PM10/26/2006 03:31:45 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4154
14491ContentBicehouse, Vaughn/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14491

Vaughn Bicehouse Prof. vlb31@pitt.edu 149 Swarts Hall 362 5153 Division of Management and Education A.B.D. Instructional Leadership Duquesne University 2008 M. A. Special Education Slippery Rock University 2000 B.

Bricehouse VaughnVaughnBicehouseAssistant Professorvlb31@pitt.edu149 Swarts Hall362-5153Division of Management and EducationEd.D.Instructional Leadership in Education Duquesne University2010M.A.Special EducationSlippery Rock University2000B.S.Special EducationSlippery Rock University1988B.A.Social StudiesGrove City College1986Professional with 20 years of teaching experience in public education and Supervisor I Special Education.Vaughn believes that every child can learn, and it is a moral obligation to bring this to fruition.  Vaughn has been blessed by teaching diverse groups of students in various educational capacities and have had the opportunity to use his background, education, life experiences, and community activism to collaborate and innovate strategies to help students learn.

Vaughn has published several articles in academic journals and presented scholarly work at conferences, including "The Portraiture of Nick: Scene Two the Middle Years" and "The Portraiture of Nick: Scene One the Early Years," both in the Journal of Case Studies in Education;  "The Tide is High: The Moral Reasoning of Teachers in one Western Pennsylvania School District" at the PA Council for Exceptional Children in Harrisburg; "A Highly Effective Special Education Teacher" at the Hawaii International Conference on Education in Honolulu; and "Leaving a Student Behind: The Case of Sam and a Special Education Teacher Leader who Fully Educates Students With Disabilities" at the Pennsylvania Council for Exceptional Children Conference in State College, PA.

His dissertation was titled "The Multicolored Patchwork Portraiture of an Effective Veteran High School Special Education Teacher Amidst the Tempest of the High Stakes Testing Movement."

Scholarly Work: 

Bicehouse. V. (2012). "The Portraiture of Nick: Scene Two the middle years." Journal of Case Studies in Education. 

Bicehouse. V. (2012). "The Portraiture of Nick: Scene One the early years." Journal of Case Studies in Education.

Bicehouse. V. (2011). "The tide is high: The moral reasoning of teachers in one western Pennsylvania school district."

Bicehouse. V. (2011). "A highly effective special education teacher."  Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.              

Bicehouse. V. (2010). "Leaving a student behind: The case of Sam and a special education teacher leader who fully educates students with disabilities." Pennsylvania Council for Exceptional Children Conference, State College, PA.



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20596ContentBinder, Ronald/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20596

Dr. Ronald Binder Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Director of Judicial Affairs binder@pitt.edu 213 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7630 Residential Life and Housing

Ron BinderDr.RonaldBinderAssociate Dean of Student Affairs, Director of Judicial Affairsbinder@pitt.edu213 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-5084Residential Life and HousingEd.D.Higher EducationUniversity of GeorgiaM.S.Ed.Higher EducationBowling Green State UniversityB.S.Secondary EducationUniversity of ToledoDr. Binder oversees Residence Life & Housing, is the student conduct officer, advises fraternities & sororities, works with international students, supervises the mascot team and teaches Algebra I.

Dr. Binder joined Pitt-Bradford from the University of South Carolina, where he was the director of Greek Life and special projects. Previously he worked at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, University of Georgia and Bowling Green State University. 

Binder speaks nationally on risk management and alcohol and substance abuse and has been cited in Newsweek, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation and Court TV. He has extensive experience in Greek affairs, speaking around the country at Sigma Phi Epsilon leadership programs and traveling to Greece with students from the national fraternity to study Greek philosophy. 

Binder is involved with the National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention and founded the Hazing Hotline. He is the incoming Co-Chair of the Fraternity & Sorority Knowledge Community of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, national board member for Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society and the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Foundation. 

Binder previously served as the national president of AFA.

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3856ContentBoser, Mary/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3856

Ms. Mary Boser Assistant Professor of Nursing Mkb36@pitt.edu 233D Swarts Hall 362-7687 Division of Biological and Health Sciences M.S.N University of Pheonix 2006 B. S. N. Alfred University 1992 A. S. N. University of Pittsburgh 1984 Professor Boser teaches Fundamentals o

Boser, MaryMs.Mary BoserAssistant Professor of NursingMkb36@pitt.edu 250 Swarts Hall362-7687Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.S.N.University of Pheonix2006B.S.N.Alfred University1992A.S.N.University of Pittsburgh1984Professor Boser teaches Fundamentals of Nursing and the Comprehensive Nursing I, II, and III courses. In addition, she instructs freshman and sophomore students in medical-surgical and pediatric clinical settings.

Mary joined the faculty at Pitt-Bradford in 2006. Prior to her full-time status, Mary taught clinical on a part-time basis for Jamestown Community College and worked full time at Bradford Regional Medical Center as a nursing supervisor.

Mary brings to the department experience in management of Surgical Services, Emergency Services, and Critical Care. She has also spent a great deal of her career working in the operating room. She became a certified nurse in the operating room in 1994. Mary also attended school in Florida, completing her certificate as a registered nurse first assistant in the operating room. She continues to practice as an RN in nursing supervision at Bradford Regional Medical Center.

Mary is a board member of the United Way, chairperson for the McKean County American Cancer Society Relay for Life-Survivors, head coach of the Junior Varsity BAHS Girls softball team, director of St. Patrick’s youth group, and co-leader of a junior girl scout troop. Mary also enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, reading, and scrapbooking.

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12489ContentBosworth, Jackie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=12489

Jackie Bosworth jmb212@pitt.edu 362-7593

Bosworth, JackieJackieBosworthAdministrative Assistantjmb212@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities ManagementB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford'94



1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/1/2012 2:01:10 PM3/20/2008 9:19:20 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaBosworth, Jackie222A10330False011/1/2012 02:01:10 PM3/20/2008 09:19:20 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=12489
4168ContentBoyer, Kim/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4168

Financial Aid Counselor

Boyer KimMs.KimBoyerFinancial Aid Counselorkrb33@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7574Financial Aid1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/19/2008 11:28:27 AM10/26/2006 3:49:39 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardBoyer, Kim222A10330False09/19/2008 11:28:27 AM10/26/2006 03:49:39 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4168
4176ContentBranch, Karen/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4176

Ms. Karen Branch Enrollment Services Assistant branch@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7534 Enrollment Services

Ms.KarenBranchEnrollment Services Assistantbranch@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7534Enrollment Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/16/2008 3:04:45 PM10/26/2006 4:02:42 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiBranch, Karen222A10330False01/16/2008 03:04:45 PM10/26/2006 04:02:42 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4176
4186ContentBrandon, Brenda/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4186

Ms. Brenda Brandon Administrative Assistant brb24@upb.pitt.edu

Brandon BrendaMs.BrendaBrandonAdministrative Assistantbrb24@pitt.edu Swarts 203A362-7620Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/1/2011 11:17:29 AM10/27/2006 8:33:21 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardBrandon, Brenda222A10330False09/1/2011 11:17:29 AM10/27/2006 08:33:21 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4186
27538ContentBrien, Sofia/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=27538

Sofia Brien HR & Payroll Assistant spb128@pitt.edu Control Tower Building 362-0251 Human Resources Select one

Brien SofiaMs.SofiaBrienHR & Payroll Assistantspb128@pitt.eduControl Tower Building362-0251Human ResourcesSofia gained significant HR and Payroll experience while on a 9-week temporary assignment in the HR & payroll offices.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/20/2013 11:07:21 AM2/5/2013 1:33:00 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaBrien, Sofia222A10330False08/20/2013 11:07:21 AM2/5/2013 01:33:00 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=27538
14555ContentBrinda, Wayne/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14555

Dr. Wayne Brinda, Assistant Professor wjb27@pitt.edu

Brinda WayneDr.WayneBrindaAssociate Professor of Education and Coordinator of Secondary Educationwjb27@pitt.edu150 Swarts Hall362-7532Division of Management and EducationCertificateTeaching English as a Foreign Language2011Ed.D.Education LeadershipDuquesne University2004FellowMuseum Teacher FellowUnited States Holocaust Memorial Museum2002M.A.Theatre - DirectingPenn State University1988B.A.Theatre ArtsPoint Park University1972Secondary Methods, Education Practicum II and III, Reading and Writing in the Content Curriculum, Adolescent Literature, Introduction to DramaAs an educator, researcher, and stage director, Wayne’s focus is on adolescent literacy, theatre, and Holocaust education. As Co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of Prime Stage Theatre in Pittsburgh, he produces adaptations of literature and educational programs that “bring literature to life.”

Wayne was Assistant Professor in the Duquesne University School of Education, as well as English and theatre teacher at The Oakland School, Sewickley Academy Senior School, and was Director of Playhouse Jr. A reviewer of the National Middle School Journal, Wayne conducts research on using young adult literature and the theatre to teach the Holocaust as a Museum Teaching Fellow at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC.

His articles and presentations are published and have been presented at Jagiellonian University in Poland, Seton Hill University, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literature, The ALAN Review, the National Council of Teachers of English, The American Middle Level Education, the American Alliance for Theatre and Education, and the International Reading Association.

Research projects:

Brinda, W. (2007). "The Odyssey Project: Eighth grade, urban students bring a classical work of literature to life." Research conducted at Sto-Rox High School, McKees Rocks, PA.

Brinda, W. (2005). "Connect kids to the classics: An action, reflective research study built upon the experiences, suggestions, and responses of adolescents to create theatrical experiences that make literary classics accessible, relevant, comprehensible, and enjoyable." Funded by Children's Theatre Association of America.

Brinda, W. (2004). "The "Butterfly Project: Using the literature and theatre production of I never saw another butterfly as a backdrop for focus groups of teachers, Holocaust survivors, scholars, and adolescents to address: What is being taught; What do adolescents want to know; What should be taught in Holocaust education?" Sponsored by PA Humanities Council.


Brinda, W. (2013). "Engaging students in inquiry through field trips in your classroom." Middle School Journal, Fall 2013. 

Brinda, W. (2011).  "A 'Ladder to Literacy:' A new approach that transformed aliterate adolescents into engaged readers." National Middle School Journal Fall 2011. 

Certo, J., Brinda, W., (2011).  "Bringing literature to life for urban adolescents: Artistic, dramatic instruction and live theatre ." Journal of Aesthetic Education. Fall 2011 (45.3)

Brinda, W. (2010). Going beyond the Cognitive Domain: Twenty-first century students make discoveries about the Holocaust . Seton Hill Conference Proceedings volume, "Learn. Teach. Prevent. Holocaust Education in the 21st Century," Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA.  

Brinda, W. (2007). "Three acts to engagement and enjoyment: Theatre brings literature back to life for reluctant and struggling readers." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, Australian Literacy Educators' Association, 15(2) 29-36.

Brinda, W.(2008). "Bringing literature to life for reluctant readers: A collaborative, participatory study using Theatre for Young Audiences experiences to address adolescent aliteracy." Youth Theatre Journal, 21.

Brinda, W.(2008). "Engaging aliterate students: A literacy/theatre project helps students comprehend, visualize and enjoy literature." Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 51(6) 488-496.

Brinda, W. (2008). "Theatre connects kids to literary classics." Stage of the Art, 87(3).

Brinda, W. (2008). "What one good thing comes from war? Adolescents' questions about war and conflict are answered in non-fiction literature." The ALAN Review, Winter issue.

Brinda, W. (2008). "Build literacy bridges for adolescents with Holocaust non-fiction literature: Explore connections with adolescent identities in Eugene Pogany's "My brother's image: Twin brothers separated by faith after the Holocaust." American Journal of Education.

Brinda, W. (2008). "Using Holocaust literature and theatre to make relevant connections for adolescents."Journal of Aesthetic Education.

Brinda, W. (2007). "Finding contemporary role models for adolescent girls and women from the Holocaust: Using theatre to make Holocaust literature come to life today." Legacy of the Holocaust: Women and the Holocaust. Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow, Poland. 97-115.

Presentations and Workshops:

Brinda, W. (2013). "Engaging students in inquiry through field trips in your classroom." IERG Conference on Imagination and Education 2013 hosted by the Imaginative Education Research Group at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC. 

Brinda. W. (2013). "Memories: A short play about the Hungarian Holocaust that preserves the past and connects to the future." American Hungarian Educators Association Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 

Brinda, W. (2013). "Use 'teasers' to transform reluctant and struggling students into motivated and enthusiastic readers." 42nd Annual PAC-TE Teacher Education Assembly, Harrisburg, PA. 

Brinda. W. (2012).  "Teasing students to read." NCTE Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Brinda, W. (2011). A "ladder to literacy:" A new approach that transformed aliterate adolescents into engaged readers." National Middle School Conference, Nashville, TN  

Brinda, W. (2011) "Learning about the Holocaust through interactive technology," American Hungarian Educators Association Conference, John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH.

Brinda, W. (2008). Take your students on a field trip inside your classroom when you can't take them on a field trip outside of school! National Middle School Association Middle Level Essentials Conference, Minneapolis, MN. 

Brinda, W. (2007) "Discover, enjoy, learn: Reviving excitement of reading literature through theatre." 5th International Conference on Imagination and Education, Vancouver, BC.

Brinda. W. (2007). "The Odyssey Project: An exploratory study and literacy/theatre project that investigated the use of theatrical interventions to help teachers address aliterate adolescents." American Educational Research Association Conference, New York.

Brinda, W. (2007). "The present and future challenges of Holocaust education: Helping students create life-long connections between people." Middle Tennessee State University Holocaust Studies Conference, Murfreesboro, TN

Mautino, R., Biancaniello, S., Biro, R. and Brinda, W. (2007). "Using visualization and imagery in multiple pieces of literature to enhance comprehension and enjoyment of reading among adolescent readers." Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HA.

Brinda, W. (2007). "Wow! moments with literature and content texts: Collaborative strategies with reading, writing, and creating that make literature and social studies texts relevant, accessible, comprehensible, and enjoyable for struggling, reluctant, and gifted adolescent readers." Building on Students' Success Allegheny Intermediate Unit Conference. Pittsburgh, PA

Brinda. W. (2006). "All the world was his stage: Karol Wojtyla, The phenomenological actor, director, playwright, and Pope." Phenomenology of John Paul II Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA.

Brinda. W. (2006). "Authentic strategies that stimulate adolescents' critical thinking skills through personal connections with literature using In My brother's image: Twin brothers separated by faith after the Holocaust, by Eugene L. Pogany." International Reading Association 21st World Congress on Reading, Building Literacy Bridges, Budapest, Hungary.

Brinda, W. (2006). "Connecting kids to the classics: Alternative strategies from a research study to help adolescents find classical literature comprehensible, accessible, and enjoyable" Building on Students' Success Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Biro, R., Brinda. W., DeRose, K. (2006). "Holocaust Literature for elementary, secondary and college levels: Ethical perspectives, pedagogical challenges, and interdisciplinary dimensions." The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education - Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA.


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29117ContentBrougham, Patricia/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29117

Patricia Brougham Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice brougham@pitt.edu 233C Swarts Hall 362-7512 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Select one

Brougham, PatriciaDr.PatriciaBroughamAssistant Professor of Criminal Justicebrougham@pitt.edu233C Swarts Hall362-7512Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.CriminologyIndiana University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Brougham is a Smethport native who relocated back to the region after having spent more than 20 years in north central West Virginia, where she worked in the juvenile justice arena. 

Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, she was the director of treatment and programs for a secure-care facility for adjudicated juveniles age 12-21. She has also run an intensive outpatient program for adolescents with substance abuse and addiction issues and worked in various residential programs for juveniles.

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4380ContentBuchheit, Peter/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4380

Mr. Peter Buchheit Director of Facilities Management pjb4@upb.pitt.edu 117 Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Buchheit PeterMr. PeterBuchheitDirector of Facilities Managementpjb4@pitt.edu 117 Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/16/2008 3:26:38 PM10/29/2006 2:09:42 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiBuchheit, Peter222A10330False01/16/2008 03:26:38 PM10/29/2006 02:09:42 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4380
13821ContentBuliga, Marius/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=13821

Dr. Marius Buliga Assistant Professor buliga@pitt.edu 103 D Fisher Hall

Buliga MariusDr.MariusBuligaAssociate Professorbuliga@pitt.edu 103 D Fisher Hall362-5092Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh.D.MathematicsUniversity of Pittsburgh2002M.S.Information ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh2002M.S.Computer ScienceWest University of Timisoara, Romania1995B.S.Computer ScienceWest University of Timisoara, Romania1994Dr. Buliga has taught the following undergraduate math classes: Calculus I & II, Linear Algebra, Operations Research, Abstract Algebra, Numerical AnalysisBefore coming to the University of Pittsburgh in 1997 for his graduate studies, Dr. Buliga worked as an Assistant Professor and taught Programming Languages at the Polytechnical University of Timisoara, Romania for two years . After finishing his Ph. D. in Pittsburgh he came to Pitt-Bradford to work as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics.

Dr. Buliga's area of research includes graph theory and the use of mathematical software (Mathematica) and Java applets for teaching math at an undergraduate level.


  • Mircea Puta, Gheorghe Ivan, Marius Buliga – The Elementary Catastrophe Theory: A Survey, Monografii Matematice Nr. 52, University of Timisoara Press, 1995.


  • Gregory Constantine, Marius Buliga – Determinantal Generating Functions of Colored Spanning Forests, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, (http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijmms/) 6 (2004), pp. 273-284.
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4392ContentBurkhouse, Barbara/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4392

Ms. Barbara Burkhouse Assistant Director of Professional and Workforce Education bab16@upb.pitt.edu 235 Seneca Building 362-5017 Outreach Services and Business Resource Center

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29732ContentBurnette, Christopher/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29732

Christopher Burnette Interim Sports & Information Director csb47@pitt.edu 165D Sport & Fitness Center 362-7564 Athletics and Recreational Sports

Burnette, ChristopherChristopherBurnetteDirector of Sports Information csb47@pitt.edu165D Sport & Fitness Center362-7564Athletics and Recreational SportsB.S.General StudiesGeorgia Southern University2010B.S.Electronic Media JournalismMiddle Tennessee State University2013

    Chris Burnette comes to Pitt-Bradford having spent the previous eight years as a member of NCAA athletics as a student-athlete, football coach and sports information assistant. He also spent time working in sports journalism with both television and radio as a courtside/sideline reporter and co-host of a weekly sports talk radio show.

    Most recently, Burnette helped to create the “If You Can Play” video, which was launched on Feb. 12 and can be viewed on Pitt-Bradford’s website at www.upb.pitt.edu. In that video, student-athletes and staff members from different races, backgrounds, ethnicities and orientations discussed the importance of inclusion at Pitt-Bradford by echoing the theme, “If you can play, you can play at Pitt-Bradford.” The video was similar to the national “You Can Play Project.”

     Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Burnette worked in the Athletic Communications Office at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, where he was the on-air talent for the athletic department, which included covering games, writing off-season scouting reports, and providing pre- and post-game analysis. He also covered the football, basketball and baseball teams during the regular season and playoffs.   
     Prior to his work at Middle Tennessee, Burnette was a football coach and recruiting specialist at Murray (Ky.) State University, where he coached the safeties and special teams, and had domestic and international recruiting responsibilities for more than 80 colleges and several hundred high schools. He also spent a year with the Tulane University football program in New Orleans where he served as a Defensive Assistant and held many of the same responsibilities. 

    Before starting his career, Burnette was a student-athlete. While earning his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Georgia Southern University, he played football as a quarterback, wide receiver and on special teams. He was team captain in Spring 2009. He also earned a second bachelor’s degree in electronic media journalism from Middle Tennessee.

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31720ContentBurns, Jodi/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=31720

Jodi Burns Retention Specialist jburns@pitt.edu Hanley Library TRiO Student Support Services Select one

Burns, JodiJodiBurnsAcademic Advisor/Coachjburns@pitt.edu216 Hanley Library362-7559Academic AffairsM.A.Student Affairs in Higher EducationIndiana University of PA1998B.S.Elementary EducationClarion University of PA1991Jodi will be instructing a section of Freshmen Seminar Courses

Jodi joined the Pitt-Bradford team in May 2014 as our retention specialist for the TRiO Student Support Services program. She will be advising and supporting students with their academic, personal, and career goals. Jodi will also develop retention-based interventions, incorporate a peer mentoring program, and teach courses for TRiO participants.

Prior to joining the Pitt-Bradford family, Jodi spent 20 years at Clarion University of Pa. Over the years she spent time as the Interim-Director of the Advising Center, teaching Freshmen Seminar and Sport Management courses, acting as the outreach coordinator for the TRiO Educational Talent Search program, and coaching the women’s volleyball and softball teams.

Jodi resides in Shippenville, Pennsylvania with her husband and five children. She enjoys running and cycling in her free time.

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4348ContentBurns, Mark/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4348

Mr. Mark Burns Assistant Director of Campus Police and Safety mburns@upb.pitt.edu Campus Police Building 362-7508 Campus Police and Safety

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4234ContentButler, Bret/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4234

Mr. Bret Butler Head Coach Men's Baseball bab15@upb.pitt.edu 111 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5093 Athletics and Recreational Sports M. A. Physical Education/Sports Administration Kent State University 1997 B. A. Pre-law Baldwin-Wallace Head coach Bret Butler completed his ninth

Bret-ButlerMr.BretButlerAssistant Director of Athletics and Head Coach Men's Baseballbab15@pitt.edu111 Sport and Fitness Center362-5093Athletics and Recreational SportsM.A.Physical Education/Sports AdministrationKent State University1997B.A.Pre-lawBaldwin-Wallace

Bret Butler in his 17th season as the head baseball coach at Pitt-Bradford.

Butler started the baseball program at Pitt-Bradford in 1998. During that span, he has compiled an overall record of 331-267-1, and led the Panthers to three Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championships, two NCAA Division III tournament appearances and three ECAC Tournament appearances, twice as the No. 1 seed.

In 2014, Pitt-Bradford opened the season on a tear with a seven-game win streak during the spring break tournament in Florida. Junior pitcher Aaron Cressley was tabbed by ‘Perfect Game’ as the No. 3 ranked NCAA Division III prospect in the nation.

The Panthers returned home from Florida and entered AMCC play with two wins over Medaille, 5-1 and 3-2. A season of ups and downs on the diamond led the Panthers to a fifth seed in the AMCC Tournament. Cressley wrapped up his season on the mound third in the conference in strikeouts with 76 before declaring for the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.

In 2012, junior Derek Smith was named the AMCC Player of the Year, the second straight Panther and third overall in program history to receive the award. Two other players were represented on the all-conference team, and Smith was eventually named a D3Baseball.com honorable mention All-American, the first in school history.

In just the program’s third year of existence, Butler directed Pitt-Bradford to the 2001 AMCC Championship. The Panthers repeated as conference champions the following season and set a school-record with 32 wins. In 2005, the Panthers entered the conference tournament as the fourth seed and upset the top two teams en route to winning the program’s third conference title. Both the 2002 and 2005 squads advanced to the national tournament.

Pitt-Bradford has won the conference regular season crown four times under Butler. He has been named the AMCC Coach of the Year twice, in 2001 and 2006, and has coached 56 all-conference players including the 2001 (Eric Haynoski), 2011 (Michael Pascarella), and 2012 (Derek Smith) Player of the Year recipients, four Newcomers of the Year, and three all-region players.

Butler has coached three players at Pitt-Bradford that have gone on to play professional baseball and is the only coach in the AMCC to have had players drafted in the Major League Baseball Draft. In 2008, current pitching coach, Zach Foster, was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Foster played six years in the Pirates organization and made it to the AA level.

In June of 2014, Cressley was drafted by the San Diego Padres and is preparing for his second year of professional baseball.  Both Foster and Cressley were chosen to play in their respective All-Star games, while at the A level.

Cressley had an excellent rookie season for the Eugene Emeralds in the Northwest League, posting a 3.60 ERA in 35 IP and tacked on 29 K’s.

2013 graduate and former AMCC Player of the Year, Derek Smith, signed a free agent contract with the Gary Southshore Railcats in the American Association of independent professional baseball. In the 2014 season, Smith hit an eye-popping .438 in 80 AB’s as a utility player, all while in his first season for the organization. Smith has re-signed with the Gary club for the 2015 campaign.

In the summer of 2011, Butler coached the Athletes in Action Fire in the prestigious Alaska Baseball League. The wood bat league features many of the top collegiate players from around the country and is regarded as one of the top summer leagues for underclassmen. From that team, four players went on to be drafted and one more signed as a free agent.

Previously, Butler served as an assistant at Baldwin Wallace College for four years, and prior to that, he was an assistant at Hiram College for two seasons.

He graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in pre-law, and earned a master’s degree in physical education and sport administration from Kent State University in 1997.

Butler currently resides in Bradford, Pa., with his wife, Jackie. 

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4116ContentCameron, Judy/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4116

Ms. Judy Cameron Administrative Assistant jac117@upb.pitt.edu 218 Hanley Library 362-7533 Academic Success Center

Ms.JudyCameronAdministrative Assistantjac117@pitt.edu 218 Hanley Library362-7533Academic Coaching and Tutor Center1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/24/2012 11:26:51 AM10/26/2006 2:22:09 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaCameron, Judy222A10330False08/24/2012 11:26:51 AM10/26/2006 02:22:09 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4116
21964ContentCampogiani, Lynette/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=21964

Lynette Gerner Conferences Services Manager lgerner@pitt.edu Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-5053 Conference Services

Lynette_gernerLynetteCampogianiConferences Services Managerlcampog@pitt.eduFrame-Westerberg Commons362-5053Conference ServicesB.A.Hospitality ManagementMercyhurst College1996Lynette is thrilled to be part of the Conference Services team. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Jason, and their two kids Gabby and Nick. She moved back to this area to be closer to all her family and friends. She resides in Bradford. 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/23/2015 4:18:49 PM2/23/2011 2:40:12 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardCampogiani, Lynette222A10330False01/23/2015 04:18:49 PM2/23/2011 02:40:12 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=21964
26136ContentCarlson, James/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=26136

Dr. James Carlson Visiting Assistant Professor of Management jwc53@pitt.edu     235H Swarts Hall #362-7622 Division of Management and Education Select one

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9607ContentCauvel, Robin/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=9607

Ms. Robin Cauvel Office Manager rmc37 143 Frame Westerberg Commons 2 5054 Dining Services

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4386ContentCercone, Pat Frantz/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4386

Ms. Pat Frantz Cercone Director of Communications and Marketing pfc6@upb.pitt.edu 231 Hanley Library 362-7505 Communications and Marketing B. A. Journalism Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1985 Pat leads all of the university’s marketing and communications efforts, including champion

Cercone Pat FrantzMs.Pat FrantzCerconeExecutive Director of Communications and Marketingpfc6@pitt.edu231 Hanley Library362-7505Communications and MarketingM.S.Integrated Marketing CommunicationsWest Virginia UniversityB.A.JournalismIndiana University of Pennsylvania

Pat leads all of the university’s marketing and communications efforts, including overseeing all publications and advertising, championing the university's brand, publishing its award-winning alumni magazine, and protecting Pitt-Bradford's image. She also serves as the university’s spokeswoman and is a member of the President's Cabinet.

In a previous life, she was a newspaper reporter and editor for 15 years and has taught journalism and communications at Pitt-Bradford.

In her spare time, she reads fiction, runs, cooks and writes her own food blog.  

Most recently, she received two awards in the 2015 CASE District II Accolades Program: a Gold Award in the Promotional Items: Calendar category for the university's 50th anniversary calendar; and a Bronze Award in the Creativity on a Shoestring category for using the annual LEAF Day event to help recruit prospective students. 

She also holds three Silver Awards from CASE and one Gold Award and three Silver Awards from the Collegiate Advertising Awards Program. In her previous life as a newspaper woman, Pat received four awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers' Association for investigative reporting, news writing and feature writing. 

She also has been published. An abridged first chapter of her novel-in-progress, "Pulling the Loose Thread" appears in the 2015 edition of Baily's Beads, Pitt-Bradford's award-winning literary magazine.

Pat's "This I Believe" essay was broadcast on NPR station WPSU in State College in October 2010.

In May 2006, her essay titled “The Card” was published in The New York Times bestselling book Wisdom of our Fathers: Lessons and Letters from Daughters and Sons by the late Tim Russert, who was NBC’s Washington, D.C., bureau chief and moderator of “Meet the Press.”  


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22901ContentChapman, Lisa/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22901

Lisa Chapman Pre-Doctoral clerkship coordinator lchapmen@pitt.edu

Chapman LisaLisaChapmanPre-Doctoral clerkship coordinatorlchapman@pitt.edu2nd Floor Seneca Building362-7959Center for Rural Health PracticeA.S.N.NursingSUNY at Alfred, NY1977B.S. Ed.EducationMansfield University1970 Educator in public schools in 1970’s. Moved on to a 34 year nursing career at University hospitals-case medical center, Cleveland, Ohio, concentrating in psychiatry and perioperative nursing. Retired 2010 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/7/2011 3:10:59 PM6/2/2011 9:17:00 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardChapman, Lisa222A10330False09/7/2011 03:10:59 PM6/2/2011 09:17:00 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22901
29118ContentChen, Lu Jennifer/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29118

Lu Jennifer Chen Instructor of Chinese Culture & Language jenchen@pitt.edu 235A Swarts Hall 362-5166 Division of Communication and the Arts Select one

Chen, Lu JenniferLu JenniferChenInstructor of Chinese Culture & Languagejenchen@pitt.edu235A Swarts Hall362-5166Division of Communication and the Arts1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/13/2013 11:28:19 AM8/20/2013 10:09:25 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaChen, Lu Jennifer222A10330False09/13/2013 11:28:19 AM8/20/2013 10:09:25 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29118
3990ContentChen, Yong-Zhuo/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3990

Dr. Yong-Zhuo Chen Division Chair, Professor of Mathematics yong@upb.pitt.edu 103B Fisher Hall 362-7633 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. Mathematics University of Pittsburgh 1988 M. A. Mathematics University of Pittsburgh 1985 M.S. Shanghai Normal Univers

Chen Yong-ZhuoDr.Yong-ZhuoChenDivision Chair, Professor of Mathematicsyong@pitt.edu 103B Fisher Hall362-7633Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh. D.MathematicsUniversity of Pittsburgh1988M. A.MathematicsUniversity of Pittsburgh1985M.S.Shanghai Normal University, China1982Dr. Chen enjoys teaching undergraduate mathematics courses and always looks for opportunities to stimulate students' interest in math through faculty-student research projects.  To complement his strong commitment for teaching, he is continuing original research to keep up his enthusiasm for exploring mathematics.  As Chair of the Division of Physical and Computational Sciences, he strives to promote and enhance the learning of science for students.Dr. Chen was born in China.  He obtained his Master of Science degree in mathematics from Shanghai Normal University and taught there as an instructor for a couple of years.  He came to the United States at the end of 1983 to attend the University of Pittsburgh, where he received his Ph.D. in mathematics in 1988.  After working as a visiting assistant professor at Bowling Green State University for one year, he began his career at Pitt-Bradford in 1989.  He loves the personalized teaching environment here as well as the easy-going small-town life in Bradford where he lives with his wife and two children.  They enjoy walking on trails for exercise and relaxing.Dr. Chen's Ph.D. work was in the field of harmonic analysis and he, together with his advisor, initiated the study of several new classes of Hardy spaces which have been developed considerably by other mathematicians since then.  After coming to Pitt-Bradford, his research interest has shifted to the field of nonlinear operators.  He has published about 30 refereed papers, which include several co-authored articles with students, in college level mathematics journals. 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/16/2008 4:04:05 PM10/24/2006 2:30:22 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiChen, Yong-Zhuo222A10330False01/16/2008 04:04:05 PM10/24/2006 02:30:22 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3990
18881ContentClark, Dave/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18881

Mr.DaveClarkMaintenance Worker IIIdlc52@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362 7670Facilities ManagementSelect one

Clark DaveMr.DaveClarkMaintenance Worker IIIdlc52@pitt.eduFacilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/3/2013 2:30:56 PM12/15/2009 4:30:18 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardClark, Dave222A10330False06/3/2013 02:30:56 PM12/15/2009 04:30:18 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18881
4300ContentColosimo, Mandy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4300

Ms. Mandy Colosimo Administrative Assistant mjc63@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7576 Financial Aid

Colosimo MandyMs.MandyColosimoAdministrative Assistantmjc63@pitt.eduHangar Building362-7576Financial Aid1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/3/2013 2:31:48 PM10/27/2006 4:59:02 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardColosimo, Mandy222A10330False06/3/2013 02:31:48 PM10/27/2006 04:59:02 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4300
4330ContentColosimo, Patty/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4330

Ms. Patty Colosimo Assistant Director of Arts Programming.

Colosimo PattyMs.PattyColosimoCoordinator of Arts Programmingcolosimo@pitt.eduRoom 123 Blaisdell Hall362-5155Bromeley Family Theater1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/31/2014 10:16:45 AM10/29/2006 1:12:23 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMPatriciaCerconeColosimo, Patty222A10330False01/31/2014 10:16:45 AM10/29/2006 01:12:23 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4330
4290ContentColosimo, Stacey/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4290

Ms. Stacey Colosimo Administrative Assistant smc83@upb.pitt.edu 129 Hanley Library 362-7555 Admissions

Colosimo StaceyMs.StaceyColosimoAdministrative Assistantsmc83@pitt.edu129 Hanley Library362-7555Admissions

Stacey is the first point of the excellent service you will receive at Pitt-Bradford. She will not only answer any questions about the admissions process you may have but help guide you to the appropriate counselor that will fit your specific needs, and more than happy to share all that Bradford and the surrounding area has to offer to visitors. Stacey is proud to be from a small and friendly town where she and her husband raise their three children. 

Stacey and her family are avid downhill snow skiers and love being active in the outdoors whether it is camping or running half marathons.

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29124ContentCrawford, John/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29124

Mr. John Crawford Assistant Professor of Business jjc109@pitt.edu 235G Swarts Hall 362-7637 Division of Management and Education

Crawford, JohnMr.JohnCrawfordAssistant Professor of Businessjjc109@pitt.edu235G Swarts Hall362-7637Division of Management and EducationM.B.A.Business AdministrationSaint Bonaventure University 2008B.A.History and Political Science Saint Bonaventure University 2005Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, John worked for the Dresser-Rand Co. in Olean, N.Y., where he held a variety of financial positions, including project controller and commodity analyst as well as graduating from its financial management accelerated program. In his new position, he will create and develop course curriculum for finance as well as advise an investment club to encourage a hands-on approach to learning. He lives in Olean, with his wife, Rachel, and their daughter, Lila, and spends most of his free time playing basketball or walking his Boxer, Brutus.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 10:46:15 AM8/20/2013 10:34:53 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardCrawford, John222A10330False08/13/2014 10:46:15 AM8/20/2013 10:34:53 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29124
25881ContentDaniel, Patrick/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=25881

Patrick Daniel Head Women's Basketball Coach podaniel@pitt.edu 112 Sport and Fitness Center 814-362-7521 Choose Department/Division B.A. Physical Education Towson University 1997 M.A. Recreation and Sport Sciences Ohio University 1998 Patrick Daniel was

Patrick Daniel NCAAPatrickDanielHead Women's Basketball Coachpodaniel@pitt.edu112 Sport and Fitness Center362-7521Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.Physical EducationTowson University1997M.A.Recreation and Sport SciencesOhio University1998

Patrick Daniel enters his third season as the head women’s basketball coach at Pitt-Bradford.

In two seasons at the helm of the program, Daniel has tallied a 30-22 (.576) record overall, with a 23-13 (.638) record in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play. The 30 wins are the fourth most overall wins in school history, while the 23 wins are the second most conference wins in the history of the program.

Daniel and the Panthers are coming off a strong showing in the 2013-14 campaign with an overall record of 15-12 and 10-8 in the AMCC. They reached the semi-finals of the AMCC tournament, their fifth straight tournament appearance. Junior Alicia Kimmel earned all-conference honors as a member of the second team.

At the conclusion of the 2013-14 slate, Daniel became the first coach in school history to have back-to-back winning seasons.

In his first year, Daniel guided the Panthers to a 15-10 overall record and posted a 13-5 AMCC record, the most conference wins in school history. Daniel went on to earn co-AMCC Coach of the Year honors. The honor made him the first coach to win a coach of the year award in his first season at the helm.

The 15 wins were tied for third most all-time in program history and the Panthers finished the year in third place.

Daniel has coached three AMCC all-Conference performers, 12 AMCC Academic all-Conference members and 16 players who have made the Pitt-Bradford Dean’s List (3.50 GPA or higher). The team has maintained a grade point average of at least 3.00 during Daniel’s tenure thus far.

The Panthers currently participate in a minimum of five team community service events/programs throughout the year.

Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, Daniel helped the Kenyon College Ladies to a 19-8 record and the semifinals of the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) tournament. He coached three NCAC all-conference selections, including a D3hoops.com All-Great Lakes Region third-team pick.

Prior to joining Kenyon, Daniel was as an assistant coach at St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Ind., from 2008-11. In three seasons, he helped direct the women’s basketball team to a record of 50-31 and three consecutive appearances in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) conference tournament.

In his final season with the St. Mary’s Belles, he served as the interim coach for the team’s first six games while the head coach was on leave. Daniel led St. Mary’s to a 5-1 start and the first Tip-Off Tournament championship in school history. The Belles went on to win a school-record 18 games that season. He coached seven MIAA all-conference selections while at St. Mary’s, including the 2008-09 Defensive Player of the Year, and guided the Belles to an upset of the No. 1 team in NCAA Division III in his first season.

Outside of basketball, Daniel serves as the Pitt-Bradford Staff Association President for the 2014-15 year. He is also the adviser to the Pitt-Bradford Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and to the Pitt-Bradford Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. In addition to these duties, Daniel is also the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Conference Captain. 

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26142ContentDaugherty, Jason/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=26142

Mr. Jason Daugherty Campus Police Officer jld157@pitt.edu      Campus Police Building #362-7506 Campus Police and Safety Select one

Mr.JasonDaughertyCampus Police Officerjld157@pitt.edu    Campus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 4:14:47 PM8/24/2012 1:23:19 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergDaugherty, Jason222A10330False08/28/2012 04:14:47 PM8/24/2012 01:23:19 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=26142
29125Contentde Vries-Jordan, Helma/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29125

Dr. Helma deVries-Jordan Assistant Proffesor of Political Science hdevries@pitt.edu 217B Swarts Hall 362-7586 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Jordan, Helma deVries-Dr.Helmade Vries-JordanDirector of History and Political Science Program, Assistant Professor of Political Sciencehdevries@pitt.edu217B Swarts Hall362-7586Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.Government and PoliticsUniversity of Maryland, College Park2007M.A.Government and PoliticsUniversity of Maryland, College Park2006B.A.PsychologyThe College of New Jersey2001Dr. de Vries-Jordan’s teaching is focused in the areas of comparative politics and international relations.  Her classes include Comparative Politics, Introduction to International Affairs, European Politics and the European Union, Social Movements, Identity Politics, Global Environmental Politics, Media and Internet in Politics, Democratization, Politics of the Developing World, Capstone in Political Science, and Directed Research in Political Science.

Dr. de Vries-Jordan is an affiliated faculty member of the internationally renowned European Union Center of Excellence and the European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh. Previously, she has taught at Gettysburg College, Eastern Connecticut State University, North Carolina State University, Lafayette College, and George Washington University. 

Dr. de Vries-Jordan has conducted fieldwork in the United States and Europe, speaks Dutch and French, and enjoys international travel. She is a co-advisor to the LGBTS Alliance, Model UN/International Politics Student Organization, and the History and Political Science Club at Pitt-Bradford. Dr. de Vries-Jordan lives in Olean with her wife and enjoys the outdoors.

Dr. de Vries-Jordan is currently working on a book focused on the Marriage Equality Movement and LGBT activism, as well as articles focused on Global Justice, Anti-War, and Occupy Wall Street Movements.  Dr. de Vries-Jordan has studied protest behavior internationally by conducting surveys of demonstrators, interviews with activists and organizers, narrative analysis of media coverage of protest events, and event-based data analysis of protest events.  She co-authored a chapter with Dr. Mark Lichbach entitled “Theories and Mechanisms of Contentious Politics:  Activists and Academics on Globalized Protest Movements,” which was published in the Oxford Handbook of Comparative Politics in 2007. 

Dr. de Vries-Jordan also has a professional website and a research website available for more information.

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4396ContentDennis, Laurie/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4396

Ms. Laurie Dennis Administrative Assistant lbd4@upb.pitt.edu 229 Seneca Building 362-5078 Outreach Services and Business Resource Center

Ms.LaurieDennisAdministrative Assistantlbd4@pitt.eduSuite 244, Swarts Hall, Office 251362-7640Division of Biological and Health Sciences1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/13/2013 3:46:50 PM10/29/2006 2:29:51 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaDennis, Laurie222A10330False06/13/2013 03:46:50 PM10/29/2006 02:29:51 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4396
23248ContentDibble, Martha/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23248

Ms. Martha Dibble Instructor of Nursing mad197@pitt.edu

DibbleMarthaMs. MarthaDibbleInstructor of Nursing mad197@pitt.edu251 Swarts Hall362-7681Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.S.N./E.D.University of Phoenix2011B.S.N.University of Phoenix2009Board CertificationPsychaitric and Mental Health2004Board CertificationGeriatrics2003CertificateNurse Aid TrainerState College1995DiplomaRNWilliamsport Hospital School of Nursing/Lycoming College1986Martha teaches in the ASN program. The courses that she teaches include: Mental Health Foundations, Mental Health Disorders, Psychosocial Coping, Psychological Safety, Client Teacher, Therapeutic Relationships, Communication, and The Nursing ProcessMartha joined the nursing faculty at Pitt-Bradford 2011 and serves as the Psychiatric Nurse Instructor. Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, Martha worked in a variety of settings and positions including the Mental Health Clinical Supervisor at the YWCA, Hospice Care Coordinator and Project Care Coordinator at VNA, and Mental Health Home Health Nurse at VNA. Her past psychiatric experiences include home health mental health nursing, hospice, in-patient hospital care, and out-patient mental health medication monitoring and recovery. 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/8/2014 2:22:52 PM8/19/2011 11:38:40 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardDibble, Martha222A10330False09/8/2014 02:22:52 PM8/19/2011 11:38:40 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23248
4272ContentDilks, Robert/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4272

Mr. Robert Dilks Director of Transfer and Non-Traditional Student Recruitment

Dilks BobMr.Robert DilksDirector of Transfer and Non-Traditional Student Recruitmentdilks@pitt.edu136 Hanley Library362-7693AdmissionsB.A.Public RelationsUniversity of Pittsburgh at BradfordBob began his career at Pitt in Admissions in 1989, recruiting traditional freshmen throughout Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. Over the years he helped to establish Pitt-Bradford's formal Alumni Relations Office, coordinate delivery of academic programming at the region's higher education councils, and work closely with nontraditional and transfer students, among other activities.

He is an avid cook, award-winning BBQ'er, and DIY enthusiast. Bob also serves as a member and vice-chair of the City of Warren Planning Commission, member of the board of directors for the Warren-Forest Hi-Ed Council, member of the General Advisory Committee for the Warren County Career Center, and is an active participant in local theater productions and supporter of the arts. Bob resides in Warren, PA with his wife Jennifer and two daughters.
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3858ContentDinger, Mary/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3858

Ms. Mary Dinger  mad34@pitt.edu 203C Swarts Hall 362-7643 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Dinger MaryMs.MaryDingerInstructor of Nursingmad34@pitt.edu252 Swarts Hall362-7643Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.S.N.Family Nurse Practitioner focusUniversity of Pittsburgh2007B.S.N.University of Pittsburgh at Bradford2000A.S.NursingUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1999

Dinger joined the Pitt-Bradford nursing faculty full time in August of 2003. Prior to her full-time status, she taught clinicals on a part-time basis for Pitt-Bradford.

Dinger teaches predominantly in the first year of the ASN program. She enjoys working with nursing students and looks forward to the challenges involving teaching and health care.

Dinger has worked in long term care and hospital-based settings. Currently she is employed part-time as a certified nurse pratitioner at a gastroenterology clinic.

In her spare time, Dinger enjoys spending time with her family. She also enjoys exercising and baking.

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18884ContentDixon, David/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18884

Mr.DavidDixonMaintenance Worker IIdad63@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362 7670Facilities Management

Dixon DaveMr.DavidDixonMaintenance Worker IIdad63@pitt.eduFacilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/3/2013 2:32:32 PM12/15/2009 4:50:20 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardDixon, David222A10330False06/3/2013 02:32:32 PM12/15/2009 04:50:20 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18884
3950ContentDombek, Donna/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3950

Ms. Donna Assistant Professor of Education Division of Management and Education

Armstrong DonnaDr.DonnaDombekDirector of Education Program, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Early Level Education dma18@pitt.edu151 Swarts Hall362-7617Division of Management and EducationEd.D.Curriculum and InstructionMarshall University Graduate College2007M.A.Leadership StudiesMarshall University Graduate College2002Ed.S.Supervisor of InstructionMarshall University Graduate College2001M.A.Elementary EducationWest Virginia University1999B.S.Early/Middle EducationBluefield State College1995Dr. Dombek began her career in higher education at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford in the fall of 2004. She was named Director of Teacher Education in the spring of 2008. Dr. Dombek teaches several courses including Education Psychology and Measurement, Elementary Education Capstone, and the Student Teaching Seminar. Occasionally she is able to supervise student teachers - an opportunity she greatly enjoys.Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Dr. Dombek held various teaching and administrative positions in her home state of West Virginia including elementary school principal, central office administrator, dean of students, and classroom teacher in both the elementary and middle school settings.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/7/2014 8:36:37 AM10/23/2006 6:37:22 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaDombek, Donna222A10330False010/7/2014 08:36:37 AM10/23/2006 06:37:22 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3950
4004ContentDraeger, Jon/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4004

Dr. Jon Draeger Associate Professor of Chemistry draeger@upb.pitt.edu 203G Fisher Hall 362-7565 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. Physical Chemistry Oklahoma State University 1977 M.S. Organic Chemistry Oklahoma State University 1974 B. S. Chemistry Northeast

DraegerJonDr.JonDraegerAssociate Professor of Chemistrydraeger@pitt.edu 203G Fisher Hall362-7565Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh.D.Physical ChemistryOklahoma State University1977M.S.Organic ChemistryOklahoma State University1974B.S.ChemistryNortheastern Oklahoma State University1971Dr. Draeger has been with Pitt-Bradford since 1987.  Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, he worked for the Department of Energy.  In fact, he would still be at the government agency if he hadn't become a professor.  He teaches general chemistry I and II, physical chemistry I and II, organic chemistry, and computational chemistry.For fun, Draeger likes to take advantage of Bradford's winter weather, so he goes skiing at Holiday Valley.  He has a personal gym in his house and he averages about ten miles a week on his treadmill to get into shape.  His favorite snack used to be McDonald's, but he has since changed his preference to "anything from Snackwells."Dr. Draeger has received recognition from The National Academy of Sciences and participated in the professional exchange with the Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China, in the summer of 1996.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/17/2010 11:19:07 AM10/24/2006 4:19:59 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergDraeger, Jon222A10330False011/17/2010 11:19:07 AM10/24/2006 04:19:59 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4004
20525ContentDrignei, Mihaela Cristina/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=20525

Dr. Mihaela Drignei Assistant Professor of Mathematics mdrignei@pitt.edu Swarts 235D 362-0244 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph.D. Applied Mathematics Iowa State University 2008 M.Sc. Applied Mathematics Iowa State University 2004 B.S.

Drignei MihaleaDr.Mihaela CristinaDrigneiAssistant Professor of Mathematicsmdrignei@pitt.eduSwarts 235D362-0244Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh.D.Applied MathematicsIowa State University2008M.Sc.Applied MathematicsIowa State University2004B.S.MathematicsUniversity of Craiova, Romania1996

Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford Dr. Drignei taught at Allegheny College, Iowa State University and was a high school math teacher in Romania.

In her free time, she enjoys walking and jogging.

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4094ContentDykstra, Julie/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4094

Ms. Julie Dykstra Administrative Secretary jmd3@upb.pitt.edu 232A Swarts Hall 362-0247 Academic Affairs

Dykstra JulieMs.JulieDykstraAdministrative Assistant to the Deanjmd3@pitt.edu232 Swarts Hall362-0247Academic AffairsB.A.Public Relations, Writing minorUniversity of Pittsburgh2003Born in France to U.S. military parents, Julie lived in Tokyo, Okinawa, Spain, and Missouri as a young girl.  She has attended or worked at institutions of higher learning virtually all her adult life, including the University of Rochester, SUNY Fredonia, University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Boston University.

She is actively involved as an advisor for Alpha Phi Omega (Alpha Beta Rho chapter), which is a national coed service fraternity.  She also works on the planning committees for Women’s History Month, the Cultural Festival, and Empty Bowls and Baskets dinner.  In her spare time, she volunteers with the Friends of the Memorial Library of Little Valley (NY).
Published in Bailey's Beads 2003.
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4248ContentEaton, John/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4248

Mr. John Eaton Assistant Athletic Trainer jre8@upb.pitt.edu 149 Sport and Fitness Center 362-7516 Athletics and Recreational Sports

Eaton, JohnMr. JohnEatonAssistant Athletic Trainerjre8@pitt.edu 149 Sport and Fitness Center362-7516Athletics and Recreational SportsM.S.Exercise Science and Health PromotionCalifornia University of PA2008B.S.Physical Education w/Athletic Training ConcentrationSUNY Brockport1988CertificateCertified ExaminerNational Athletic Trainers Association Board of CertificationCertificateApproved Clinical InstructorCertificateFrist AidAmerican Red CrossCertificateCPR/AED InstructorAmerican Heart AssociationCertificateOutdoor Emergency Care TechnicianCertificatePerformance Enhancement SpecialistNational Academy of Sports MedicineJohn assists with the teaching of the clinicals in Athletic Training and is an Approved Clinical Instructor and Performance Enhancement Specialist.John joined Pitt-Bradford after working 15 years in the clinical setting providing Athletic Training Outreach to area high schools in New York and Pennsylvania.  He lives in Portville, NY with his wife Wendy and 3 children:  Step-son Jeremy Payne who is attending Graduate School at Lehigh University, Sean and Allison who attend school in Portville.

Professional Memberships: 

  • National Academy of Sports Medicine
  • National Athletic Trainers Association
  • New York State Athletic Trainers Association
  • Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers Association
  • Eastern Athletic Trainers Association
  • National Ski Patrol
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 1:52:35 PM10/27/2006 2:40:20 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaEaton, John222A10330False08/28/2012 01:52:35 PM10/27/2006 02:40:20 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4248
18885ContentEckstrom, Stephanie/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18885

Ms.StephanieEckstromCoordinator of Social Work Programsae102@pitt.edu 233A Swarts Hall362 7527Masters of Social Work Program

Eckstrom StephanieMs.StephanieEckstromCoordinator of Social Work Programsae102@pitt.edu233A Swarts Hall362-7527Masters of Social Work Program1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/3/2013 2:34:08 PM12/15/2009 4:55:41 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardEckstrom, Stephanie222A10330False06/3/2013 02:34:08 PM12/15/2009 04:55:41 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18885
4400ContentEllison, Robert/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4400

Mr. Robert Ellison Senior Technical Analyst ellison@pitt.edu 112F Fisher Hall 362-7666

Ellison, RobertMr.RobertEllisonSystems Architect and Adjunct Professorellison@pitt.edu112F Fisher Hall362-7666Computing Telecommunications and Media ServicesM.A.S.Computer Information SystemsUniversity of Denver2007B.S.BiologyUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1999Bob is an adjunct professor in the Division of Management and Education. 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/6/2014 2:58:35 PM10/29/2006 1:38:28 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaEllison, Robert222A10330False011/6/2014 02:58:35 PM10/29/2006 01:38:28 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4400
4402ContentEllison, Steven/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4402

Mr. Steven Ellison Technical Analyst II sellison@upb.pitt.edu 112F Fisher Hall 362-7556 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services

Ellison, SteveMr.StevenEllisonTechnical Analyst II Adjunct Professor of CIS & Tsellison@pitt.edu112F Fisher Hall362-7556Computing Telecommunications and Media ServicesB.S.BiologyUniversity of Pittsburgh2001As a Systems Administrator for the university for 12 years, Steve takes that real world knowledge to the classroom in teaching Systems Administration and Intro to Information Security.

Steve has worked for the University’s Computing, Telecommunications, and Media Services department for 12 years.

His concentrations are server management and faculty/staff support.

He is also the resident Mac/*Nix support specialist.

Steve's department (CTM) was chosen as the university's 2009 "Go Beyond" brand champions.
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/6/2014 2:59:35 PM10/29/2006 2:42:14 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaEllison, Steven222A10330False011/6/2014 02:59:35 PM10/29/2006 02:42:14 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4402
4302ContentEsch, Richard/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4302

Mr. Richard Esch Vice President, Business Affairs esch@upb.pitt.edu 116 Hangar Building 362-5025 Business and Administrative Affairs

Esch RickMr. RichardEschVice President, Business Affairsesch@pitt.edu116 Hangar Building362-0992Business and Administrative Affairs1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/8/2013 10:17:24 AM10/27/2006 5:02:47 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardEsch, Richard222A10330False08/8/2013 10:17:24 AM10/27/2006 05:02:47 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4302
4188ContentEvans, K. James/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4188

Dr. K. James Evans Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs kje2@upb.pitt.edu

Evans JimDr.K. JamesEvansVice President and Dean of Student Affairskje2@pitt.edu 220 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7650Student AffairsPh.D.University of Pittsburgh1980M.Ed.South Dakota State University1972B.S.Grove City College1970

Dr. Evans has served as dean of student affairs at Pitt-Bradford since 1976. In 1994, he was named a vice president. In his role, he oversees the traditional areas found within student affairs—career services, counseling services, health services, new student orientation, residential life and housing, student activities, community engagement and the chapel, and the student code of conduct. Additionally, he serves as the senior administrator responsible for oversight of the offices of admissions and financial aid.

Dr. Evans has been involved in the growth and development of Pitt-Bradford over a period of 35+ years, including the major milestones of the college’s transformation into a 4-year college in 1979, its move into NCAA Division III athletics in the 1990s, and the development of the campus master plan in 1992-1994, which created a unified architectural plan for the magnificent campus that Pitt-Bradford students, faculty, and staff enjoy today.

Dr. Evans is active in community activities, currently serving as an elected member of the Bradford City Council. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of the Bradford Area and is a member of the Board of Representatives for Penn State Public Broadcasting (WPSU-FM and WPSU-TV), where chairs the Education Committee. He is a member of NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) and a former President of the Pennsylvania Association of Student Personnel Administrators (PASPA). In addition,

Dr. Evans has served as Executive Dean on several around the world voyages of “Semester at Sea”, which is sponsored by the Institute for Shipboard Education at the University of Virginia, and formerly by the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Evans is a native of New Kensington, Pennsylvania, and a graduate of New Kensington High School. Residing in Bradford, he is married to Dr. Lisa M. Fiorentino, who serves as director of the nursing and radiological science programs at Pitt-Bradford.

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3930ContentEvans-Corrales, Carys/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3930

Dr. Carys Evans-Corrales Associate Professor of Spanish cae1@upb.pitt.edu 102C Swarts Hall 362-7515 Division of Communication and the Arts

Evans-Corrales CarysDr.CarysEvans-CorralesProfessor of Spanishcae1@pitt.edu Swarts 102C362-7515Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.Spanish LiteratureRutgers University1993M.A.Spanish LiteratureRutgers University1987B.A.LinguisticsUniversity of York (England)1973Dr. Evans-Corrales teaches Elementary and Intermediate Spanish, Short Fiction in Spanish, Hispanic Literature in Translation, Communication in Spanish, Business Spanish, and a Translation Seminar. Dr. Evans-Corrales has seen a lot of the world. She was raised in Singapore and Malaysia, spent three years in Jamaica, instructed English for twelve years at the University of Santiago de Compostela, and likes to visit Puerto Rico. Dr. Evans-Corrales specializes in contemporary Spanish poetry, Hispanic narrative, and translation. She is a member of the American Translators' Association.Apart from scholarly work in translation studies and Spanish theater, Dr. Evans-Corrales has published several short stories in Galician (a language spoken in northwestern Spain), and has translated a book of Galician prose-poems by Miguel-Anxo Murado. Her translations of work by Spanish authors include two sets of children’s plays, one by Alfonso Sastre and the other by Pilar Enciso and Lauro Olmo; her translations on works written by Latin American authors include a work by Puerto Rican memoirist Loreina Santos Silva and a reference book on the cave art of the Americas by Argentine anthropologist Juan Schobinger.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:25:19 PM10/23/2006 5:05:16 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMLyndonOrinionEvans-Corrales, Carys222A10330False010/6/2014 02:25:19 PM10/23/2006 05:05:16 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3930
3932ContentEwert, Kevin/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3932

Dr. Kevin Ewert Director Interdisciplinary Arts Program, Associate Professor of Theatre ewert@upb.pitt.edu 106 Blaisdell Hall 362-7583 Division of Communication and the Arts Ph. D. Shakespeare Studies The Shakespeare Institute 1997 M. A. Shakespeare Studies The Shakespeare Institute

Ewert KevinDr.KevinEwertDirector of Theatre Program and Professor of Theatreewert@pitt.edu106 Blaisdell Hall362-7583Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.Shakespeare StudiesThe Shakespeare Institute1997M.A.Shakespeare StudiesThe Shakespeare Institute1992B.A.EnglishTrinity College, University of Toronto1987Dr. Ewert teaches Introduction to Theatre, Play Analysis, Movement and Stage Combat, Basic and Advanced Acting, Directing, Shakespearean Performances, and he directs the student production each semester.Kevin's primary research area is Shakespeare in performance. He has contributed pieces to The Routledge Companion to Directors' Shakespeare (2008) and The Routledge Companion to Actors' Shakespeare (2011) and was the Associate Editor for the latter volume. He is one of the Series Editors for Palgrave's The Shakespeare Handbooks, and wrote the volume on Henry V (2006) for that series. From 1997-2003 he was a company member and regular director for the Unseam'd Shakespeare Company in Pittsburgh. More recently, he has continued to direct professionally for Manbites Dog Theater in Durham, NC, where shows include The Pillowman in 2007 (One of the 49 Best Productions of the Decade -- The Independent), Age of Arousal in 2009 (One of the Top 10 Productions of 2009 -- The Independent) and Buddy Cop 2 in 2011. He lives in Bradford with his wife and two children.Dr. Ewert has developed a new class for Pitt-Bradford on Modern Black Theatre. He is currently conducting research for a book on Shakespeare and Directing for Palgrave's Shakespeare in Practice series.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:43:33 PM10/23/2006 5:14:03 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaEwert, Kevin222A10330False010/6/2014 02:43:33 PM10/23/2006 05:14:03 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3932
28563ContentFantaskey, Beth/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=28563

Beth Fantaskey Administrative Assistant bfantask@pitt.edu Seneca 200 362-5078 Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional Development Beth resides in Warren, PA. She is married and has two sons; Tyler is currently a sophomore attending Pitt-Bradford (and plays on the men’s basketba

ntaskey, BethBethFantaskeyAdministrative Assistantbfantask@pitt.eduSeneca 200362-5078Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional Development

Beth resides in Warren, PA. She is married and has two sons; Tyler is currently a sophomore attending Pitt-Bradford (and plays on the men’s basketball team) and Collin who is a junior at Warren Area High School. 

Beth’s previous employment includes working as an Eligibility Specialist for the Warren-Forest Economic Opportunity Council and working as the Supervisor of Education at FCI McKean.

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3906ContentFass, Warren/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3906

Dr. Warren Fass Director of Psychology Program, Associate Professor of Psychology fass@upb.pitt.edu Red House 362-7577 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. Experimental Psychology Ohio University 1979 M.S. Experimental Psychology Ohio University 1976 B. S. Chemistry Oh

Fass WarrenDr.WarrenFassAssociate Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciencesfass@pitt.edu235E Swarts Hall362-7577Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.Experimental PsychologyOhio University1979M.S.Experimental PsychologyOhio University1976B.S.ChemistryOhio University1973 Warren teaches Statistics, Experimental Psychology, Human Memory, Human Learning, Child Development, and Assessment.

He enjoys music, especially Classic Rock. "I am very grateful for the Classic Rock designation of my musical tastes, because I would hate for that music to be considered as Oldies."

Warren's favorite sport is hockey, and he is a Buffalo Sabres fan.  He also enjoys attending plays, comedy performances, and concerts of various music genres - mainly classic rock artists.

Warren’s area of research is in memory.  He has investigated the factors influencing the retention of textual materials, the effectiveness of various study techniques, and the impact of prior knowledge on memory processes. Warren's current interests in memory are related to the believability and accuracy of people’s autobiographical memories.
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3860ContentFiorentino, Lisa/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3860

Dr. Lisa Fiorentino Director of Nursing & Radiological Science, Associate Professor of Nursing lmf1@pitt.edu 217 Swarts Hall 362-7646 Division of Biological and Health Sciences Ph. D. SUNY - Buffalo 1999 M.S.N SUNY - Buffalo 1986 B. S. N. Niagara University 1982 Dr. Fi

Fiorentino, LisaDr.LisaFiorentinoDirector of the Center for Rural Health Practice, and Associate Professor of Nursinglmf1@pitt.eduSeneca Building362-7646Center for Rural Health PracticePh.D.SUNY - BuffaloM.A.AnthropologySUNY - BuffaloM.S.NursingSUNY - BuffaloB.S.NursingNiagara UniversityDiplomaNursing Education Niagara College Mack School of Nursing

Courses taught include: 
NUR 0212 Comprehensive Nursing (Leadership)
NUR 1302 Professional Nursing Concepts
NUR 1310 Ethical Dimensions of Professional Practice
NUR 1401 Nursing Research
NUR 1415 Field Research Methods
NUR 1455 Nursing Leadership
PEDC 0174 Fundamentals of Ice Skating
FS 0102 Freshman Seminar


Dr. Lisa Fiorentino has been a member of the nursing faculty at Pitt-Bradford since 1985 and serves as Director of Nursing & Radiological Science.

Dr. Fiorentino is an avid figure skater and former ice hockey player-- her favorite teams include the Buffalo Sabres and the Detroit Red Wings and her idols include Bobby Orr, Gilbert Perreault, and Stevie Yzerman.

In addition, she enjoys walking, cycling, snowshoeing, cooking (particularly Italian cuisine), movies (comedy), music (all kinds), Chinese opera, playing the piano, and spending time in New York City. Dr. Fiorentino sailed on the fall 2004 Semester at Sea around the world voyage, traveling to nine different countries during the 100-day trip.


Bradford Community Health Care Center, Inc., Board Member and Treasurer

Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, Board Member; Scholarship Committee, Member

Niagara University Nursing Advisory Council, Member

Trocaire College Baccalaureate Nursing Advisory Council

Northwest PA Area Health Education Center (AHEC), Board Member

Professional Affiliations:

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission), Program Evaluator for Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Nursing

American Anthropological Association

American Nurses Association

Pennsylvania State Nurses Association

Niagara Falls Skating Academy (formerly Stamford Skating Club)

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26137ContentForney, Jennifer/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=26137

Ms. Jennifer Forney Visiting Instructor of Hospitality jlf128@pitt.edu   235G Swarts Hall #362-5123 Division of Management and Education

Forney, JenniferMs.JenniferForneyInstructor of Hospitality Managementjlf128@pitt.edu148 Swarts Hall362-5123Division of Management and EducationM.A.S.EducationCanisius CollegeB.A.Hospitality ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh BradfordForney has 16 years of experience in hotel management and customer service.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:34:52 PM8/24/2012 9:51:40 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardForney, Jennifer222A10330False010/6/2014 02:34:52 PM8/24/2012 09:51:40 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=26137
32307ContentFoster, Zachary/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32307

Zachary Foster Admissions Counselors zdf@pitt.edu 131 Hanley Library 362-7553 Admissions B.S. Sport and Recreation Management University of Pittsburgh Bradford 2012

Foster, ZacharyZacharyFosterAdmissions Counselorzdf@pitt.edu131 Hanley Library362-7553AdmissionsB.S.Sport and Recreation ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford2012Zach was born and raised in Bradford. He attended school while playing baseball for Pitt-Bradford from 2005-2008. He also played six years of professional baseball in the Pittsburgh Pirates minor league system. He is also an assistant baseball coach and the strength and conditioning coach at Pitt-Bradford.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 2:31:12 PM8/13/2014 10:08:27 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMPatriciaCerconeFoster, Zachary222A10330False08/13/2014 02:31:12 PM8/13/2014 10:08:27 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32307
4140ContentFrank, Marietta/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4140

Ms. Marietta Frank Reference and Instruction Librarian marietta@pitt.edu 107 Hanley Library 362-7614 

Frank MariettaMs.MariettaFrankDirector of Hanley Librarymarietta@pitt.edu107 Hanley Library362-7614Hanley LibraryM.A.Children's LiteratureHollins University, Roanaoke, VA2003M.L.S.School of Library and Information Science, State University College at Geneseo, Geneseo, NY1979B.A.English (Secondary Education)State University College at Geneseo, Geneseo, NY1978

Marietta has been a member of the Pitt Bradford community since 1989.  She has presented papers at the International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, the Children’s Literature Association annual conference, and at the 2007 Child and the Book conference (Istanbul, Turkey). 

Marietta enjoys tandem bicycling with her husband and looks forward to exploring western New York and Pennsylvania on their recently acquired recumbent tandem trike. 

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3908ContentFrederick, Richard/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3908

Dr. Richard Frederick Director History/Political Science Program, Professor of History rgf1@upb.pitt.edu  

Frederick RichardDr.RichardFrederickProfessor of Historyrgf1@pitt.edu217A Swarts Hall362-7625Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.HistoryPenn State University1979M.A.HistorySt. Marys University (San Antonio, TX)1971A.B.HistoryIndiana University1969

Dr. Frederick teaches American History I and II; American Colonies to 1763; American Revolution; Early American Nation: 1789-1840; the Civil War and Reconstruction; the Rise of Urban America: 1877-1917; America Between the Wars: 1917-1941; Contemporary U.S. History: 1941-Present; and American Radicalism.

He has also taught courses on Vietnam and the John F. Kennedy assassination, a topic on which he has strong and informed opinions.

Dr. Frederick enjoys jazz music, classic movies, mysteries, and college basketball.In the area of research, Dr. Frederick is the author or co-author of books on President Warren G. Harding, Ellis Island and Theoretical Concepts in Biology. He most recently completed a biography of President William Howard Taft and is currently working on a study of the Presidential election of 1920. In the area of teaching, Dr. Frederick has received the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Pittsburgh and the Teaching Excellence Award from the Pitt-Bradford Alumni Association.  
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27206ContentFrownfelter Michel, Danielle/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=27206

Danielle Frownfelter-Michel Instructor of Composition 102 Swarts 362-5025 Division of Communication and the Arts M.A. English Saint Bonaventure University 2010 B.A. English Saint Bonaventure University 2008 She has taught composition, public speaking, and

Frownfelter michel, DanielleDanielleFrownfelter-MichelInstructor of Composition102 Swarts362-5025Division of Communication and the ArtsM.A.EnglishSaint Bonaventure University2010B.A.EnglishSaint Bonaventure University2008She has taught composition, public speaking, and literature courses at St. Bonaventure since 2009, and she joined the Pitt community in August of 2011, teaching Comp I, Comp II, and Intro to Comp.  Danielle particularly likes working with students at the introductor level because she enjoys breaking down sentences and paragraphs into their basic parts.  Students seeking help with rudimentary grammar and essay-writing skills will benefit from a tutoring session with Danielle, as will students looking for help with general writing assignments in all disciplines.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/14/2013 1:02:40 PM1/14/2013 11:37:36 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaFrownfelter Michel, Danielle222A10330False01/14/2013 01:02:40 PM1/14/2013 11:37:36 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=27206
3962ContentGajanan, Shailendra/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3962

Dr. Shailendra Gajanan Associate Professor of Economics sng1@upb.pitt.edu 102F Swarts Hall 362-7628 Division of Management and Education Ph. D. Economics University of Pittsburgh 1993 M. A. Economics University of Akron 1985 M. A. Economics University of Madras 1983 B.

Gajanan ShailendraDr.ShailendraGajananProfessor of Economics and Chair of the Division of Management and Educationsng1@pitt.edu117B Swarts Hall362-7628Division of Management and EducationPh.D.EconomicsUniversity of Pittsburgh1993M.A.EconomicsUniversity of Akron1985M.A.EconomicsUniversity of Madras1983B.A.EconomicsUniversity of Madras1981Dr. Gajanan teaches Introduction to Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Economics of the Modern World, Econometrics & Forecasting, Economics of Energy & Environment, and Industrial Organizaion and Game TheoryDr. Gajanan who has been teaching at Pitt-Bradford since 1992, enjoys most kinds of music, especially classical and jazz. He also likes to read fiction and watches movies in his spare time.Dr. Gajanan's research interests include Applied Microeconomics Labor Economics, and Game Theory.  He has also led a study on the economic impact of Pitt-Bradford on the local economy.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/12/2014 1:36:37 PM10/24/2006 10:22:05 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardGajanan, Shailendra222A10330False02/12/2014 01:36:37 PM10/24/2006 10:22:05 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3962
3914ContentGaskew, Tony/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3914

Mr. Tony Gaskew Associate Professor of Criminal Justice tog6@pitt.edu

Gaskew TonyDr.TonyGaskewDirector, Criminal Justice Program and Associate Professor of Criminal Justicetog6@pitt.edu233B Swarts Hall362-7636Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.Conflict Analysis/Criminal JusticeGraduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nova Southeastern UniversityM.S.Criminal Justice/Behavioral ScienceCriminal Justice Institute, Nova Southeastern UniversityB.L.S.Behavioral ScienceBarry UniversityDr. Gaskew teaches a variety of courses, which include Reentry and the Offender, Law and Social Control, Islam and Social Justice, Contemporary Issues in Justice, Policy, and Courts, and various courses at the Criminal Justice Training Facilities (Crime Scene Investigations House & Criminal Forensics Lab)

Dr. Gaskew has an extensive professional background in the field of criminal justice. He worked as a member of a Counterterrorism/Counterdrug Task Force in Southeast Asia, and later served as a Police-Detective assigned to the Special Operations Unit at MPD, where he was a member of the United States Department of Justice’s, Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Customs, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, conducting wiretap and conspiracy investigations targeting violent criminal organizations within the Middle District of Florida. In 2001, he was awarded the Region IV Florida Narcotic Officer of the Year. He is a certified police academy instructor, and has more than 2,000 hours of specialized criminal investigations training which includes death and homicide investigations, advanced evidence processing & collection, hostage negotiations, money laundering, advanced DEA, criminal conspiracy, and organized crime investigations.

Dr. Gaskew is actively involved in community outreach, serving as a member of the McKean County Criminal Justice Advisory Board, the McKean County Child Advocacy Center Advisory Board, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) McKean, Inmate Reentry Council, and the McKean County Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Team. He has been actively involved in post-secondary prison education initiatives at FCI McKean since 2007. In 2010, Dr. Gaskew received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) FCI McKean.

Dr. Gaskew is a Fulbright-Hays Fellow, an FDD Terrorism Fellow, and a University of Pittsburgh Faculty Diversity Fellow. He also serves as a Research Team Member on the FBI-sponsored Global Hostage-Taking and Analysis Project and is a Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) Research Team Member, He is listed as a University of Pittsburgh Faculty Expert in the field of criminal justice, and has been interviewed by numerous radio and print media. He is the Board President of the Consortium for Educational Resources on Islamic Studies (CERIS) and has conducted ethnographic fieldwork in Egypt and Israel examining structural and political violence.

Dr. Gaskew is the Principal Investigator (PI) and was recently awarded a state grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) in order to research prisoner reentry in McKean County, Pennsylvania. In 2012, he was awarded the PBAA Teaching Excellence Award.

Dr. Gaskew has authored numerous scholarly publications. In his most recent book, Rethinking Prison Reentry: Transforming Humiliation into Humility (Lexington - Rowman & Littlefield) he introduces the Humiliation to Humility Perspective (HHP) and examines the criminal justice systems role in providing adequate post-secondary prison education opportunities to incarcerated black males.Rethinking Prison Reentry

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20349ContentGeary, Raymond/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20349

Mr. Raymond Geary Executive Director rgeary@pitt.edu Seneca 236 362-7500 Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional Development M.A. Adult Education Syracuse University B.A. Anthropology State University of New York at Geneseo Geary comes to Pitt-Bradford f

Geary RaymondMr.RaymondGearyExecutive Directorrgeary@pitt.eduSeneca 236362-5198Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional DevelopmentM.S.Ed.Adult EducationSyracuse University B.A.Anthropology State University of New York at Geneseo

Geary comes to Pitt-Bradford from Elmira (N.Y.) College, where he was the dean of continuing education and graduate studies. Prior to his post at Elmira, he spent seven years at the College of the Redwoods in Eureka, Calif., where he served as acting vice president of the school’s Del Norte campus, was acting vice president of its Mendocino Coast campus, and was dean of community and economic development. Geary has also held positions at Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, N.Y., the Rochester Museum and Science Center, and the American Red Cross.

Geary directs the division of Continuing Education and Regional Development at Pitt-Bradford, which was formerly known as the Office of Outreach Services. In addition to connecting businesses with consultants and brokering training, the division works with Community Education Councils to bring credit and noncredit courses to St. Marys, Port Allegany, Warren and the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville.  Geary also oversees the campus’s conference services and is working to expand the conferences brought to campus.

Geary has received several awards, including the James C. Hall Exemplary Program Award from the Continuing Education Association of New York, the National Council of Continuing Education and Training Exemplary Program Award; and the Economic Development Person of the Year award from the California Community Colleges Association of Community and Continuing Education.
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4342ContentGleason, Colleen/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4342

Ms. Colleen Gleason Mail Center Supervisor cmj1@upb.pitt.edu 158 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7530 Mail Center

Ms.ColleenGleasonMail Center Supervisorcmj1@pitt.edu 158 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7530Mail Center1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/17/2008 9:04:18 AM10/29/2006 1:25:31 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiGleason, Colleen222A10330False01/17/2008 09:04:18 AM10/29/2006 01:25:31 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4342
4294ContentGleason, Susan/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4294

Ms. Susan Behan Assistant Director of Financial Aid behan@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-5278 Financial Aid

Behan SueMs.SusanGleasonDirector of Academic Advising Centerbehan@pitt.edu214 Hanley Library362-7549Academic AffairsM.Ed.Adminstration/LeadershipEdinboro University of PennsylvaniaB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford

In her role as director of the Academic Advising Center, Sue works with students who have yet to declare a major or who are interested in changing majors by helping them understand degree requirements and academic policies and procedures. She works with new faculty as well to provide them with advising training, assists with various aspects of student orientations and works closely with all faculty.

She also is responsible for the Early Intervention Program and monitoring student progress. In the classroom, she teaches one section each year of Freshman Seminar within the Division of Education and Management.

Sue lives in Bradford with her husband, Greg, and their combined 6 children. She enjoys spending time with family and friends.

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30980ContentGraffius, Archangela (Congie)/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30980

Archangela (Congie) Graffius Data Entry Specialist alc221@pitt.edu 129 Hanley Library 362-5110 Admissions Select one

Graffius, ArchangelaArchangela (Congie)GraffiusData Entry Specialistalc221@pitt.edu129 Hanley Library362-5110AdmissionsSelect oneCongie is currently a Pitt-Bradford student, majoring in hospitality management.
She lives in Bradford with her two children.
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/17/2014 2:10:08 PM2/18/2014 2:12:34 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaGraffius, Archangela (Congie)222A10330False06/17/2014 02:10:08 PM2/18/2014 02:12:34 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30980
4192ContentGraham, Christina/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4192

Ms. Christina Graham Director of Student Activities cgraham5@upb.pitt.edu 206 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7654 Student Activities

Graham ChristingMs.ChristinaGrahamDirector of Student Activitiescgraham5@pitt.edu 206 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7654Student ActivitiesM.A.Student Affairs in Higher EducationIndiana University of PennsylvaniaB.S.MathematicsUniversity of Pittsburgh at JohnstownChristina oversees all aspects of the Student Activities program at Pitt-Bradford.  She advises the Student Government Board, Student Activities Council and the National Society of Leadership and Success.  She currently serves on the National Society of Leadership and Success Advisory Board.  She previously worked at The University of Pittsburgh and The College of Wooster.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/15/2011 9:47:32 AM10/27/2006 9:19:33 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMChristinaGrahamGraham, Christina222A10330False08/15/2011 09:47:32 AM10/27/2006 09:19:33 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4192
4388ContentGreville, Elizabeth/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4388

Ms. Elizabeth Greville Assistant to the President greville@upb.pitt.edu Hanley Library 362-5121

Ms.ElizabethGrevilleCounselor (part-time)greville@pitt.eduFrame-Westerberg Commons362-5272Counseling ServicesM.A.Social WorkUniversity of ChicagoB.A.PhilosophyKenyon College

Liza is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is a part-time counselor in Counseling Services, as well as an outpatient mental health therapist at Deerfield Behavioral Health.

1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/16/2013 8:34:16 PM10/29/2006 1:19:04 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardGreville, Elizabeth222A10330False011/16/2013 08:34:16 PM10/29/2006 01:19:04 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4388
3934ContentGuterman, Jeffrey/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3934

Mr. Jeffrey Guterman Division Chair, Director of Communications Program, Associate Professor of Communications guterman@upb.pitt.edu 104 Blaisdell Hall 362-7587 Division of Communications and the Arts M. A. Interdisciplinary Studies Oregon State University B. S. Communications Oreg

Gutterman JeffreyMr. JeffreyGutermanDivision Chair, Director of Broadcast Communications Program, Associate Professor of Broadcast Communicationsguterman@pitt.edu104 Blaisdell Hall362-7587Division of Communication and the ArtsM.A.Interdisciplinary StudiesOregon State UniversityB.S.CommunicationsOregon State UniversityProfessor Guterman teaches Introduction to Television Production, Radio Production, Advanced Television Production, Media Advertising, and Capstone in Communications.Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Jeff was a television producer/director in the Pacific Northwest.  He enjoys music and traveling to New York City (the media capital of the world) in his spare time.Jeff has won numerous awards from the Broadcast Education Association for both papers and videos.  He was also the chair of the Broadcast Education Association’s Courses, Curricula and Administration Division from 1996-1998.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/14/2014 11:29:07 AM10/23/2006 5:22:20 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaGuterman, Jeffrey222A10330False010/14/2014 11:29:07 AM10/23/2006 05:22:20 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3934
11583ContentHackett, Mike/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=11583

Mike Hackett Mr. meh79@pitt.edu 229 Seneca Building 362 0254 Outreach Services and Business Resource Center B. S. Slippery Rock University Mike lives in Warren, PA with his wife Linda and has three

Mike HackettMikeHackettWorkforce Training Coordinatormeh79@pitt.edu237 Seneca Building362-0254Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional DevelopmentB.S.Slippery Rock UniversityMike lives in Warren, Pa. with his wife Linda. They have three children: Susanne, Amanda, and Greg; plus a new son-in-law, Smith McAulay. Mike loves to play golf and has a goal to play the top 100 public courses in the country (more than 15% completed). He also spends time on Lake Chautauqua fishing & boating. But usually in Warren you will see him walking his dogs.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/11/2013 8:32:21 AM1/14/2008 2:22:14 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaHackett, Mike222A10330False09/11/2013 08:32:21 AM1/14/2008 02:22:14 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=11583
4280ContentHaight, Tad/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4280

Mr. Tad Haight Assistant Director of Admissions

Haight TadMr.TadHaightAssistant Director of Admissionshaight@pitt.edu144 Hanley Library362-5083AdmissionsB.S.Health and Physical EducationEdinboro University of Pennsylvania1993Since graduating, Tad has taught and coached. He loves anything associated with the outdoors. Boating, fishing, hunting, skiing, and camping are among his favorite things! The Steelers are Tad's favorite team.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/17/2013 1:45:00 PM10/27/2006 4:14:25 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaHaight, Tad222A10330False01/17/2013 01:45:00 PM10/27/2006 04:14:25 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4280
3862ContentHaley, Tammy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3862

Ms. Tammy Haley Assistant Professor of Nursing tmh24@pitt.edu 203D Swarts Hall 362-7557 Division of Biological and Health Sciences M.S.N University of Pittsburgh 2002 B. S. N. Georgia College and State University 1995 A. S. N. Macon College 1990 Professor Haley teaches Com

Haley TammyDr.TammyHaleyDirector of Nursing and Radiological Sciences, Associate Professor of Nursing, and Coordinator of the BSN Programtmh24@pitt.edu254 Swarts Hall362-7557Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.NursingUniversity of Pittsburgh2012M.S.N.University of Pittsburgh2002B.S.N.Georgia College and State University1995A.S.N.Macon College1990Dr. Haley teaches at all levels of the ASN program in both the clssroom and clinical setting. In addition, she teaches Physical Examination & Health Promotion and Community Health Nursing at the BSN level.

 Dr.Tammy Haley has been a member of the nursing faculty since 2003 and currently serves as the coordinator of the RN-BSN program. Prior to her faculty appointment she practiced as a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in FAmily Practice/Women's Health. Tammy also has many years of clinical experience as an R.N. in the pediatric and med-surg areas.

In addition to her faculty responsibilities, Tammy continues to practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the Bradford area.

Dr. Haley's current research focuses on the personal, environmental and behavioral factors that influence protective sexual behavior among rural high-school aged youth.

Professional Accomplishments include:

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford 2012 Chairs' Faculty Teaching Award
Certified Family Nurse Practitioner - 2003
Certified Pediatric Nurse - 1992

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18887ContentHancock, Alan/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=18887

Mr.AlanHancockTradebook Buyeramh45@pitt.edu Frame Westerberg Commons362 7540Panther Shop

Hancock, AlanMr.AlanHancockTradebook Buyeramh45@pitt.edu Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7540Panther Shop1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/14/2011 4:26:08 PM12/15/2009 5:08:06 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaHancock, Alan222A10330False012/14/2011 04:26:08 PM12/15/2009 05:08:06 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=18887
28568ContentHannon, Jon/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=28568

Jon Hannon Assistant Men's Basketball Coach 110 Sport and Fitness Center 814-362-5276 Athletics and Recreational Sports B.A. Accounting University of Pittsburgh at Bradford 2008 Jon Hannon is in his second season as the assistant head men’s basketball coach. This past ye

Hannon JonJonHannonAssistant Men's Basketball Coachjrh30@pitt.edu110 Sport and Fitness Center362-5276Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.AccountingUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford2008Jon Hannon is in his third season as the assistant head men’s basketball coach.

This past year, Hannon helped direct the Panthers to their fifth straight AMCC tournament appearance. The men went 3-0 in the final week of the season, including a last-second victory over Medaille, to secure a spot in the postseason tournament.

Pitt-Bradford went 13-13, an improvement of three wins from the previous season, and got off to its best start in more than 21 years.

In his first season, Hannon helped guide the Panthers to the AMCC tournament for the fourth straight season. Pitt-Bradford ranked among the national leaders in free throw shooting and two players were named all-conference selections.

Hannon was a four-year starter at Pitt-Bradford from 2004-2008 and served as a team captain his senior season. As a junior, he averaged a career-best 7.9 points per game and handed out a team-best 61 assists as a senior.

An excellent defender on the court, Hannon also ran on the cross country team for three years and served on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee for a year.

Prior to joining Pitt-Bradford, he was an assistant coach at Bradford Area High School from 2009-10.

Hannon currently works at Dallas-Morris Drilling as a payroll/accounting clerk.

He received his bachelor’s in accounting from Pitt-Bradford in 2008.

The son of former Pitt-Bradford standout, Bob Hannon, Jon currently resides in Bradford.
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4092ContentHardin, Steven/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4092

Dr. Steven Hardin Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs seh43@upb.pitt.edu   232 Swarts Hall 362-7510 Academic Affairs

Hardin SteveDr.Steven HardinVice President and Dean of Academic Affairsseh43@pitt.edu 232 Swarts Hall362-7510Academic AffairsPh. D.BiochemistryUniversity of KansasM.Ph.BiochemistryUniversity of KansasB. A.ChemistryUniversity of LouisvilleB. S. ZoologyUniversity of Louisville

After receiving his degrees from the University of Kansas, Dr. Hardin accepted a Research Assistantship with the Molecular Biology Institute at the University of Zurich.  After two enjoyable years in Switzerland he became a Research Associate at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. 

In 1992, Dr. Hardin moved into a position more heavily focused on teaching when he accepted an assistant professorship at Spalding University.  At Spalding he rose through the faculty ranks to full professor and then into administration.  He held the positions of Biology Program Director, Chair of the School of Natural Science, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Interim President.  In 2004 he accepted the position of Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. 

Dr. Hardin has held numerous other positions throughout his years in higher education, including Interim Director of Information Technology, Administrative Coordinator of the International Doctorate of Education, Director of the Graduate School, Faculty Trustee, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Advisory Board Liaison for the Academic Affairs/Outreach Council and Arts Council, and Chair of the Arts Programming Task Force at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Dr. Hardin is a native of Louisville, Kentucky.  He and his wife, Ingrid, have two sons – Eric and Brian.

Dr. Hardin’s research has focused on the control of gene expression.  He has published a number of primary research articles and has presented at local, national, and international conferences.  Additionally he is listed as a co-inventor for a recently expired US patent dealing with the molecular biology, detection, and treatment of malaria.
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4454ContentHarris, Robert/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4454

Mr. Robert Harris Maintenance Worker II reh27@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Harris RobertMr.RobertHarrisMaintenance Worker IIreh27@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/3/2013 2:39:44 PM10/30/2006 10:58:20 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiHarris, Robert222A10330False06/3/2013 02:39:44 PM10/30/2006 10:58:20 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4454
4364ContentHarsen, Richard/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4364

Mr. Richard Harsen Campus Police Officer Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr.RichardHarsenCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/9/2006 3:27:28 PM10/29/2006 1:52:33 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJodyRandolphHarsen, Richard222A10330False011/9/2006 03:27:28 PM10/29/2006 01:52:33 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4364
4244ContentHoneck, Angela/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4244

Ms. Angela Honeck Head Athletic Trainer/Clinical Instructor arj11@upb.pitt.edu 149 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5019

Honeck, AngieMs.AngelaHoneckHead Athletic Trainer/Clinical Instructorarj11@pitt.edu149 Sport and Fitness Center362-5019Athletics and Recreational SportsM.P.S.Community Services AdministrationAlfred University, New York2004B.S.Athletic TrainingQuincy University, Illinois2002CertificateFirst Aid, Wildernesss First Aid, CPR, AED certifiedAmerican Red CrossCertificateCertified ExaminerNational Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification CertificateApproved Clinical InstructorCertificateNew York State and Pennslyvania State Licensed Athletic Trainer

Classes Taught:

  • HPRED 0209     Personal Health and Wellness
  • HPRED 0280     Clinical in Athletic Training I
  • HPRED 0281     Clinical in Athletic Training II
  • HPRED 1381     Clinical in Athletic Training IV
  • HPRED 1480     Clinical in Athletic Training V
  • HPRED 1481     Clinical in Athletic Training VI
  • HPRED 0110     Practicum in Athletic Training

Angela is an Approved Clinical Instructor to all Athletic Training Students at Pitt-Bradford and is also the Site Coordinator for the NCAA Drug Testing Committee. She has sat on numerous hiring committees and also has presented at Coaches’ Clinics, Opportunities Day, and career fairs held at the university. Angela has brought on numerous area physicians, surgeons, dietitians, and other health related medical professionals to provide lecture series to students in the Athletic Training Program, and also worked to get a contract with Champion Orthopedics to have on site Orthopedic Physicians and Physician Assistants provide coverage for all home basketball games. She was a NCAA Injury Surveillance System Participant for three years, and helped monitor all injuries sustained by our student athletes. Each year, she provides ImPact testing to all incoming student athletes to better manage concussions sustained throughout the athletes’ tenure at Pitt-Bradford. 

Angela maintains her professional credentials by attending numerous symposiums, conferences and clinics. She will be entering her 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer/Sports Medicine Director for a two week long high school summer football camp held at Alfred University. 

Angela and her husband, Jason, who is the Program Director of Athletic Training, live in Allegany, NY with their two daughters, Madison and Kennedy.

Professional Memberships:

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association
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3864ContentHoneck, Jason/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3864

Mr. Jason Honeck Program Director of Athletic Training, Assistant Professor of Athletic Training honeck@pitt.edu 164 Sports and Fitness Center 362-7536 Division of Biological and Health Sciences M. S. Ed. Education Alfred University 2000 B. S. Athletic Training Alfred University 199

Honeck JasonMr.JasonHoneckProgram Director of Athletic Training, Assistant Professor of Athletic Traininghoneck@pitt.edu164 Sports and Fitness Center362-7536Division of Biological and Health SciencesM. S. Ed.EducationAlfred University2000B. S.Athletic TrainingAlfred University19981/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 3:26:10 PM10/20/2006 3:51:44 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMPatCerconeHoneck, Jason222A10330False08/13/2014 03:26:10 PM10/20/2006 03:51:44 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3864
32306ContentHooks, Alicia/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32306

Alicia Hooks Admissions Counselor ahooks@pitt.edu 130 Hanley Library 362-5072 Admissions B.S. Business Management University of Pittsburgh Bradford 2012

Hooks, AliciaAliciaHooksAdmissions Counselorahooks@pitt.edu130 Hanley Library362-5072AdmissionsB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford2012Alicia is from the Washington, DC area. She graduated from Pitt-Bradford in 2012 with a major in Business Management and minors in Speech Communications and Marketing. As a student on campus, Alicia was very active, participating in many clubs and organizations. The most notable are her works with the Blue and Gold Society and as the Comedy Committee Chair for the Student Activities Council (S.A.C.). During her sophomore year, she took advantage of the opportunity to study abroad at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. She enjoys being on and near the water and learning about sharks and hopes to someday cage dive in the name of science!1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 2:10:48 PM8/13/2014 10:04:55 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaHooks, Alicia222A10330False08/13/2014 02:10:48 PM8/13/2014 10:04:55 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32306
4128ContentHorner, Carma/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4128

Ms. Carma Horner Retention Specialist clh71@upb.pitt.edu 214 Hanley Library 362-7566 TRiO Student Support Services

Horner, CarmaMs.CarmaHornerInterim Program Manager for TRio and Disability Resources and Services Coordinatorclh71@pitt.edu218 Hanley Library362-7609Academic Coaching and Tutor CenterM.A.Higher Education Administration/CounselingMichigan State University1987B.S.Family and Community ServicesMichigan State University1984

Before joining the Academic Success Center, Carma was the Retention Specialist for TRiO Student Support Services since the program began in 2005.  There, she provided academic, personal, and career counseling to eligible students.  Prior to coming to Pitt Bradford, Carma worked as a drug and alcohol administrator, addictions counselor and residence life professional.

Carma currently resides in Bradford.  She is active in the Zonta Club of Bradford, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of McKean County and her church. She enjoys scrap booking, reading, playing the piano, watching movies and spending time with her family and friends.

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Tracee Howell profile

Howell, TraceeDr.TraceeHowellExecutive Associate to the Presidenttlh35@pitt.edu242 Hanley Library362-5121Office of the PresidentPh.D.English; Focus in 19th/20th C. American LiteratureUniversity of Buffalo2001M.A.EnglishUniversity of Buffalo1998B.A.English and PhilosophyBryn Mawr College1992With a background in philosophy and critical theory, Dr. Howell’s scholarly interests include the study of narrative as well as cultural, gender and media studies.  She currently teaches courses in American literature.As Executive Associate to the President, Dr. Howell works at the President’s direction to oversee and support various university projects and programs.  She also serves as the Affirmative Action Officer and Title IX Liaison for Pitt-Bradford, responsible for compliance with institutional affirmative action policies and procedures. 

Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Dr. Howell worked with the thirteenth and fourteenth presidents at the University at Buffalo as Assistant to the President for Communications from 2001 to 2005, and as Staff Writer from 1998 to 2001.  At the University at Buffalo, she taught courses in American literature, cultural studies, women’s studies and composition.  She has also taught at the Cattaraugus Campus of Jamestown Community College, offering courses in philosophy, composition and creative writing. 

Dr. Howell has taught courses in literature and in composition at Pitt-Bradford since 2007 and has also served as a writing consultant in the Writing Center. Her current scholarly focus is the recovery of the early 20th century fiction of the Jewish American novelist and screenwriter Vera Caspary.
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4292ContentIbanez, Melissa/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4292

Ms. Melissa Ibanez Director of Financial Aid ibanez@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7550 Financial Aid

Ibanez MelissaMs.MelissaIbanezDirector of Financial Aidibanez@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7550Financial AidM.B.A.Business AdministrationPacific Lutheran University1988B.B.A.Business AdministrationPacific Lutheran University19851/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/6/2010 11:50:09 AM10/27/2006 4:49:23 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardIbanez, Melissa222A10330False01/6/2010 11:50:09 AM10/27/2006 04:49:23 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4292
11981ContentIdland, Mike/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=11981

Mike Idland Women's Soccer Coach mei6@pitt.edu  108 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5062

Idland MikeMikeIdlandWomen's Soccer Coachmei6@pitt.edu105 Sport and Fitness Center362-5062Athletics and Recreational SportsM.A.EnglishUniversity of BuffaloB.A.Secondary Education/EnglishSUNY Cortland

Mike Idland is in his seventh season as the head women's soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Idland has guided the Panthers to an overall record of 63-46-5 during his tenure, including 39 wins in the last three years, and has been on the brink of the NCAA tournament twice. He has also coached 20 all-conference performers, including the 2012 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, as well as the 2013AMCC Offensive Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year.

In 2013, Pitt-Bradford again reached the championship of the AMCC tournament, finishing one game shy of reaching NCAA’s. The Panthers finished with 13 wins for the third year in a row and placed a total of six players on the all-AMCC list. Freshman Forward Melissa Smith claimed the league’s Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year Award.

Three different players earned AMCC Player of the Week honors throughout the year. Senior goalkeeper Danielle Erdley, sophomore forward Maggie Boehler and Smith were each tabbed with the honor once. The Panthers led the conference in goals per game (2.80), assists (38) and assists per game (1.90).

The Panthers followed up a record-setting 2011 campaign with an even better year in 2012. Pitt-Bradford secured 13 victories and advanced to the AMCC championship match for the first-time ever in program history. The team's eight wins in conference play set a new record and its 3-1 win in penalty kicks over La Roche in the conference tourney snapped the program's seven-game losing streak in the conference semifinals.

A record seven players were named to the all-AMCC team, led by forward Maggie Boehler and goalkeeper Alisa Cornell. Boehler was named both the AMCC Newcomer of the Year and Co-Offensive Player of the Year, and Cornell earned Defensive Player of the Year honors.

The Panthers ranked near the top of every statistical category in the conference and had two players finish with double-digit goals. In the regular season finale, Pitt-Bradford defeated Medaille 1-0 for Idland's 50th career win.

In 2011, Idland directed Pitt-Bradford to the best season in school history at the time, while being named AMCC Coach of the Year. The Panthers established a new school record for wins with 13 and hosted a postseason match for the first time in program history. Pitt-Bradford finished second in the conference during the regular season with a mark of 7-1-1, the highest finish ever by any Panther team. Three players were named first-team all-conference selections and three more were represented on the second-team.

Pitt-Bradford was one of the top defensive teams in the country in 2011, ranking 10th nationally in goals-against average and 12th in shutout percentage. In 18 games, the Panthers surrendered a total of eight goals, including just two in conference play.

After finishing 5-12-1 in his first season, Idland directed Pitt-Bradford to 10 wins and a sixth-place finish in the AMCC in 2009. In the first round of the conference tournament, Pitt-Bradford upset third-seeded Medaille to record the program's first ever AMCC tournament win.

The Panthers improved to fifth in the conference in 2010 and posted nine wins. Pitt-Bradford knocked off D'Youville in the opening round of the conference tournament to advance to the semifinals for the second straight year. Four players were named to the all-AMCC squad, and the team received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Silver Ethics Award for finishing the entire season with just two yellow cards.

Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, Idland served as an assistant at Division I Canisius College from 2007-08. He previously served in the same role at Buffalo State College from 2003-07.

Idland currently serves as a technical director for Joe Machnik's No. 1 Soccer Camps, where he began coaching in 2000. He previously served as a goalkeeper coach for the New York West Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 2004-12. In 2007 he was recognized as the New York West ODP Coach of the Year. Idland has also been a member of the Region I Girls ODP goalkeeping staff since 2008, and is currently the head goalkeeper coach for U-19 program at Region I ODP.

Idland coached the U-15 girls for Alliance FC of Buffalo, N.Y., in 2011-12, during which the team won the United States Club Northeast Regional Super Group, advancing to the US Club National Championship competition. His team also captured titles at the Umbro Top-Rated Showcase and Baltimoremania. Idland is also the head coach of the U-16 girls team for the Empire Revolution United Soccer Academy in Buffalo where he previously served in the same capacity with the organization from 2003-08.

A native of Westfield, N.J., he played collegiately at SUNY Cortland.

He received his bachelor's in secondary English education from SUNY Cortland in 2003, and earned a master's in English from the University at Buffalo in 2006.

Idland holds a USSF "A" coaching license and currently resides in East Aurora, N.Y., with his wife Nancy and their daughters, Marielle and Molly.

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29126ContentJames, Orin/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29126

Mr. Orin James Instructor of Biology ojames@pitt.edu 203J Fisher Hall 362-5069 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

James, OrinMr.OrinJamesInstructor of Biologyojames@pitt.edu203J Fisher Hall362-5069Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.S.BiologyBinghamton University, State University of New York2008B.S.Biochemistry, dual concentration in German and SpanishBinghamton University, State University of New York2004James has a wide background and comes to Pitt-Bradford from Binghamton University – State University of New York, where he taught vertebrate zoology and human anatomy and physiology as well as hybrid courses that included discussions of social philosophy, determinism, colonialism, race, sex and gender. He writes poetry, takes photographs and is the host of his own web-based radio show. More information is available on his personal website.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 3:29:19 PM8/20/2013 10:41:45 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaJames, Orin222A10330False08/13/2014 03:29:19 PM8/20/2013 10:41:45 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29126
4344ContentJohnson, Donald/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4344

Mr. Donald Johnson Mail Carrier doj1@upb.pitt.edu 158 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7530 Mail Center

Johnson DonnyMr.DonaldJohnsonMail Carrierdoj1@pitt.edu 158 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7530Mail Center1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 2:54:31 PM10/29/2006 1:27:41 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiJohnson, Donald222A10330False01/29/2008 02:54:31 PM10/29/2006 01:27:41 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4344
4246ContentKahle, Richard/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4246

Mr. Richard Kahle Facilities and Fitness Center Manager rlk15@upb.pitt.edu 181 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5018 Athletics and Recreational Sports

Kahle, RichardMr.RichardKahleFacilities and Fitness Center Managerrlk15@pitt.edu 181 Sport and Fitness Center362-5018Athletics and Recreational Sports1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 1:58:15 PM10/27/2006 2:37:32 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaKahle, Richard222A10330False08/28/2012 01:58:15 PM10/27/2006 02:37:32 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4246
14795ContentKallenbach, Ernest/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14795

Professor Ernest Kellenbach Assistant Professor of Accounting

ProfessorErnestKallenbach, Jr.Assistant Professor of Accountingedk16@pitt.edu159 Swarts Hall362-7626Division of Management and EducationM.B.A.Accounting (undergrad)St. Bonaventure University1985B.S.Accounting (undergrad)Dyke College (Now David Myers College)1976Accounting, Auditing, TaxesProfessor Kallenbach was previously the controller at St. Bonaventure University.  He is married, with six adult children, and lives in Olean, NY 

Member New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants since 1983


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3876ContentKelley, Mark/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3876

Mr. Mark Kelley Director of Sports Medicine Program, Visiting Instructor of Sport and Exercise Science mfk7@pitt.edu 163 Sport and Fitness Center 362-0984 Division of Biological and Health Sciences M. S. Ed. Exercise and Wellness Promotion Slippery Rock University B. S. Sports Medicin

Kelley MarkDr. MarkKelleyDirector of Exercise Science Program, Assistant Professor of Exercise Medicinemfk7@pitt.edu162 Sport and Fitness Center362-0984Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.Education: Leadership for Higher EducationCapella UniversityM.S.Exercise and Wellness PromotionSlippery Rock UniversityB.S.Sports MedicineUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Kelley was a graduate teaching assistant in the anatomy lab at Slippery Rock University. He has worked with the Bradford Family YMCA developing a diabetes program through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

He earned his doctoral degree in leadership for higher education, his masters degree in exercise and wellness promotion from Slippery Rock University, and his bachelors in sports medicine from Pitt-Bradford. His research interests include physiological responses to endurance athletes, high altitude, and body composition. He traveled to Budapest, Hungary to study physical activity between cultures.

A Bradford native, Kelley is active in the community, serving as the head girls' cross-country coach for Bradford Area High School, where he is also the assistant head boys' track coach, and working as a physical activity instructor with KidShape obesity prevention and wellness program for children.

A runner in his own right, Kelley has five marathons under his belt and is training for the Stone Mil 50 Mile run in Maryland.

1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/8/2014 2:25:44 PM10/20/2006 4:11:25 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardKelley, Mark222A10330False09/8/2014 02:25:44 PM10/20/2006 04:11:25 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3876
4202ContentKennedy, Rhett/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4202

Mr. Rhett Kennedy Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Residential Life and Housing rfk@upb.pitt.edu 214 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7630 Residential Life and Housing

Kennedy RhettMr. RhettKennedyDirector of Auxiliary Servicesrfk@pitt.edu Frame-Westerberg Commons362-5052Business and Administrative AffairsM.A.Student Affairs in Higher EducationIndiana University of PennsylvaniaB.A.CommunicationsUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1992

Kennedy returned to his alma mater in 1996 as director of residential life and housing. In 1999, he was made assistant dean of student affairs, and in 2002, he was promoted to associate dean of student affairs.

In 2003, Kennedy was the first member of Pitt-Bradford’s staff to be recognized with the Chancellor’s Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the University, in part due to his work coordinating office relocations during large-scale construction and renovation projects on campus.

He is also active in the Bradford community, serving on the board of directors of the Friendship Table. He is a past president of the Olean-Bradford Area YMCA board of directors and vice president of the Bradford Rotary Club. He is also a volunteer with St. Bernard Catholic Church, Bradford Community Soccer Club and Bradford Little League.

He and his wife, Kara, live in Bradford with their four sons.


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3910ContentKlausner, Michael/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3910

Dr. Michael Klausner Associate Professor of Sociology klausner@upb.pitt.edu 117C Swarts Hall 362-7627 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. Sociology University of Illinois 1976 M. A. Sociology University of Illinois 1971 B. A. Sociology and Psychology Herbert Leh

Klausner MichaelDr.MichaelKlausnerDirector of Social Sciences Program, Associate Professor of Sociologyklausner@pitt.edu 203C Swarts Hall362-7627Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.SociologyUniversity of Illinois1976M.A.SociologyUniversity of Illinois1971B.A.Sociology and PsychologyHerbert Lehman College1969Dr. Klausner teaches a variety of sociology classes, including Intro to Sociology, Socialization, Organizational Behavior, Small Groups, Sociological Theory.  "I love them all," he says. He has presented papers at sociological conferences and has received grants from the Faculty Development Committee here at Pitt-Bradford. Klausner has also been nominated for the Award for Teaching Excellence.Dr. Klausner enjoys exercise with weights, aerobics, and yoga. He reads motivational books to help him be a better teacher and to inspire his students. When he's home in New York City, he is involved with New York Cares, where he tutors homeless children. If he weren't a professor, he would want to work where he could be of service to others: a counselor, a clinical psychologist, or even sales -- "anything that would allow me to share my ideas with other people and interact with the public."1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/17/2011 11:09:51 AM10/23/2006 2:17:42 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMLisaFitzsimmonsKlausner, Michael222A10330False02/17/2011 11:09:51 AM10/23/2006 02:17:42 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3910
4398ContentKline, William/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4398

Mr. William Kline Director of Desktop/User Services kline@upb.pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall 362-7667 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services M.S. Information Science University of Pittsburgh 2000 B. S. Computer Science University of Pittsburgh Bradford 1986 A. S. Computer

Kline BillMr.WilliamKlineDirector of Desktop/User Serviceskline@pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall362-7667Computing Telecommunications and Media ServicesM.S.Information ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh2000B. S.Computer ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford1986A. S.Computer ProgrammingUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford1982Bill began as a student at Pitt-Bradford in 1980 and was hired, full-time, as a computer lab operator in 1984.  He currently directs the daily operations of CTM Services.  He enjoys spending time with his family.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 3:00:20 PM10/29/2006 2:32:41 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiKline, William222A10330False01/29/2008 03:00:20 PM10/29/2006 02:32:41 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4398
29127ContentKlinek, Shelly/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29127

Dr. Shelly Klinek Visiting Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education sklinek@pitt.edu 165C Sport & Fitness Center 362-5101 Division of Management and Education

Klinek, ShellyDr.ShellyKlinekVisiting Assistant Professorsklinek@pitt.edu165B Sport & Fitness Center362-5101Division of Management and Education1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:26:57 PM8/20/2013 10:45:14 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaKlinek, Shelly222A10330False010/6/2014 02:26:57 PM8/20/2013 10:45:14 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29127
23241ContentKloss, Nancy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23241

Ms Nancy Kloss nak95@pitt.edu 117 Swarts Hall 362-7561 Division of Management and Education Select one

MsNancyKlossAdministrative Assistantnak95@pitt.edu117A Swarts Hall362-7561Division of Management and EducationSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/12/2014 1:38:22 PM8/19/2011 10:57:51 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardKloss, Nancy222A10330False02/12/2014 01:38:22 PM8/19/2011 10:57:51 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23241
4448ContentKohler, William/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4448

Mr. William Kohler Maintenance Worker III wdk@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Mr. WilliamKohlerMaintenance Worker IIIwdk@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 3:02:38 PM10/30/2006 10:23:42 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiKohler, William222A10330False01/29/2008 03:02:38 PM10/30/2006 10:23:42 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4448
23578ContentKoleto, Laura/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23578

Laura Koleto Catering Manager lkoleto@pitt.edu Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-5105 Dining Services Select one

LauraKoletoCatering Managerlkoleto@pitt.eduFrame-Westerberg Commons362-5105Dining Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/15/2011 2:44:34 PM9/15/2011 2:42:21 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardKoleto, Laura222A10330False09/15/2011 02:44:34 PM9/15/2011 02:42:21 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23578
4164ContentKramer, Jessica/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4164

Ms. Jessica South HR/Payroll assistant jds78@upb.pitt.edu

South JessicaMs.JessicaKramerPayroll Specialistjds78@pitt.edu Control Tower362-0763Human ResourcesB.S.History/Political ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford2005

During her student years, Jessica was a department assistant for the History/Political Science Department and tutored in the Academic Success Center. 

More recently, Jessica provided administrative support for the TRiO Talent Search program and the Academic Success Center, and has organized several annual tours of Europe with Dr. Marvin Thomas.

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20327ContentKropf, Matt/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20327

Dr. Matt Kropf Director of Energy Institute mmk230@pitt.edu 362-5197 Office of the President Ph.D. Engineering Science and Mechanics Penn State University B.S. Physics Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology As the director of the energy institute, Matt i

Kropf MattDr. MattKropf Director of Energy Institute and Assistant Professor of Energy Science and Technologymmk230@pitt.edu 362-5197Office of the PresidentPh.D.Engineering Science and MechanicsPenn State University B.S.Physics Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

As the director of the energy institute, Matt is responsible for working wtih the different sectors of the energy industry to develop partnerships such as internships for energy students. Matt also works with the Division of Continuing Education and Regional Development as well as facilities management to make the campus more engergy efficient.

Matt is orginally from Canton, Ohio and has had an interest in science from an early age. His interest in energy was sparked during his middle school years.


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27182ContentKula, Catherine/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=27182

Catherine Kula Writing Center Consultant 250 Hanley Library Academic Coaching and Tutor Center M.A. English Saint Bonaventure University 2010 B.A. English Saint Bonaventure University 2008 Catherine Kula graduated from St. Bonaventure University in 2

Kula CatherineCatherineKulaInstructor of Compositionckula@pitt.edu234D Swarts Hall368-7572Division of Communication and the ArtsM.A.EnglishSaint Bonaventure University2010B.A.EnglishSaint Bonaventure University2008

During her time at SBU, Catherine taught composition and critical thinking and worked in the Plassman Writing Center.  She has been teaching composition at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford since August 2010. 

Catherine enjoys working as a writing center consultant because she firmly believes that students learn and gain more from one-on-one learning. 

Catherine also works part time in Allegany, NY at the Dresser Rand Challenger Learning Center. Catherine's areas of expertise range from first-year composition through senior capstone projects.  Please schedule appointments with Catherine to work on all areas of composition across the disciplines.

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3912ContentLawson, Helene/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3912

Dr. Helene Lawson Director of Sociology Program and Professor of Sociology lawson@upb.pitt.edu 117B Swarts Hall 362-7585 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. Sociology Loyola University of Chicago 1991 M. A. Gerentology Roosevelt University 1981 M. A. Early Childh

Lawson HeleneDr.HeleneLawsonCoordinator of Gender Studies Minor, Director of Sociology Program, and Professor of Sociologylawson@pitt.edu205A Swarts Hall362-7585Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.SociologyLoyola University of Chicago1991M.A.GerentologyRoosevelt University1981M.A.Early Childhood EducationRoosevelt University1967B.A.EducationRoosevelt University1959Dr. Lawson teaches Introduction to Sociology; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity; Images of Men and Women in Media; Sociology of Work and Society; Global Society; and Inequality. Dr. Helene Lawson came to Pitt-Bradford in 1991 because she appreciated the "rural beauty-there are no hills and few trees in Chicago." She also liked the fact that the college is affiliated with the larger University of Pittsburgh, which gives her and her students access to the university's many resources.View Dr. Lawsons Curriculum Vitae1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/7/2014 2:55:26 PM10/23/2006 2:26:22 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaLawson, Helene222A10330False011/7/2014 02:55:26 PM10/23/2006 02:26:22 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3912
3916ContentLeck, Kira/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3916

Dr. Kira Leck Assistant Professor of Psychology kml2@upb.pitt.edu Red House 362-7604 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. Psychology Texas A & M University 2001 M.S. Psychology Texas A & M University 1996 B. A. Psychology and Sociology New Mexico State Un

Leck KiraDr.KiraLeckAssociate Professor of Psychologykml2@pitt.edu235C Swarts Hall362-7604Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.PsychologyTexas A & M University2001M.S.PsychologyTexas A & M University1996B.A.Psychology and SociologyNew Mexico State University1993Kira teaches Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality Theories, Prejudice and Discrimination, and Close Relationships.In her spare time, Kira likes to mountain bike, build computers, write short stories, and compose music.Kira's research interests include minority influence and dating initiation.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/20/2014 11:25:31 AM10/23/2006 3:35:50 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaLeck, Kira222A10330False010/20/2014 11:25:31 AM10/23/2006 03:35:50 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3916
29120ContentLemnitzer, Anna/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29120

Anna Lemintzer Assistant Professor of Art kirsten1@pitt.edu 110 Blaisdell Hall 362-7678 Division of Communication and the Arts

Lemintzer, AnnaAnnaLemnitzerAssistant Professor of Artkirsten1@pitt.edu110 Blaisdell Hall362-7678Division of Communication and the ArtsM.F.A.PaintingThe University of Montana, School of Art2012B.F.A.Art Education: SculptureThe University of Arizona, School of Art2005My personal website

Solo and Two Person* Exhibitions:

2012 Art Walk*, TGN Gallery, Dillon, MT

2010 Dysfunction, The Brunswick Gallery, Missoula, MT

         Interior Spaces, Off Center Gallery, Missoula, MT
       Across the Divide II*,The Belltown Gallery, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA

2009 Featured Artist, Art Walk: July, Vila Thai Gallery, Tucson, AZ

2008 Featured Artist, Vila Thai Gallery, Tucson, AZ

        Google Artist of the Day, Erotic Artist of the Day,Google Online Gallery

        Tucson Opera Home Show,Tucson, AZ

Group Exhibitions:

2013 The Story of the Creative, See|Exhibition Space, Long Island City, Queens, NY

         Faculty Exhibition, The University of Montana Western, Dillon, MT

2012 Exchange, The Auzten Gallery, Portland State University, Portland, OR

        Collaboration,The Brink Gallery, Missoula, MT

2011 Found Objects, Off Center Gallery, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT

         To Missoula with Love, Postcard Show, Frontier Space, Missoula, MT

         National Wet Paint Exhibition 2011, curated by Sergio Gomez, Zhou B. Art Center, Chicago,IL

         University of Montana Faculty and Graduate Exhibition,US Bank, Butte, MT

         Extended Family,Frontier Space, Missoula, MT

2010 University of Montana Faculty and Graduate Exhibition, US Bank, Butte, MT

         Art at the X, Xavier University Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

        Across the Divide, II, Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), Ballard, Seattle, WA

        Erotica Art, University Gallery Spaces, Tucson, AZ

2009 Juried Artist Collective Show, Gallery of Visual Arts, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT

2008 Group Show, Vila Thai Gallery, Tucson, AZ

         Big Ideas, Small Frames,Dinnerware Artspace, Tucson, AZ

         Group Show, Dinnerware Artspace, Tucson, AZ

         Rotating Exhibition, Dahlia's Gallery and Boutique, Tucson, AZ

2006 Black and White Gala, Salpointe Catholic High School, Tucson, AZ

2005 Varied Artists, Solar Culture, Tucson, AZ

         BFA Senior Art Exhibition, Lionel Rombach Gallery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         The Colorful Crowd, The Fremont House, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         Installation, The Fremont House, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         Combined Media Installation, The Fremont House,The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         ITL Coffee Shop, Tucson, AZ

2004 (POP) Places of Perception, The Kachina Lounge, Tucson, AZ

         Che's Lounge, Tucson, AZ

         Art 11, Flash Galleries, Tucson, AZ

         Monsoon Art, Flash Galleries, Tucson, AZ

         Various Artists, Solar Culture, Tucson, AZ

         Wildcat Art, Student Art Exhibition, Union Gallery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         Arizona Student Sculpture Competition, Spanish Village, Phoenix, AZ

         Various Student Artists, Center for Creative Photography Hallway, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

         Black Friday, Main Ave. Gallery, Tucson, AZ

         In Decline: Stories of War and Power, Main Ave. Gallery, Tucson, AZ

         Dreams, Solar Culture, Tucson, AZ

         BFA Senior Exhibition,Joseph Gross Gallery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

2003 Déjà vu, Union Gallery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ


2012  Dermott, Ted. "Anxiety by design: Anna Lemnitzer takes art to abnormal lengths"

Missoula Independent, May 3, 2012,

2011 "...the skin had been picked raw" (assemblage by Anna Lemnitzer), National Wet Paint
                        Exhibition 2011, exhibition catalogue with image, p. 3.

2010 "...and they all functioned at once" (assemblage by Anna Lemnitzer), Across the Divide 2:

Contemporary Art from Big Sky Country, COCA Center on Contemporary Art,

                        May 2010, exhibition catalogue with image, pp 22-23.

2008  End Thoughts (painting by Anna Lemnitzer, U Gallery,

                        University of Arizona Alumni Magazine, February, 2008.

2005  My Ride (black and white Photograph by Anna Lemnitzer), Submission

(Color Photo by Anna Lemnitzer), Persona: The University of Arizona Undergraduate

                        Magazine of Literature and Art, Tucson, AZ, 2005, pp. 81-90.

2004  Wingroots (painting by Anna Lemnitzer), Persona: The University of Arizona Undergraduate

                        Magazine of Literature and Art, Tucson, AZ, 2004, p. 291.

          Dawson, Kylee, "Soon-to-be-grads show their true colors," November 24, 2004,

                        Arizona Daily Wildcat, Tucson, AZ.

Commissioned Work Designed and Executed:

2013  Abstract Doors, Found Metal Fabrication, Ponce Residence, Phoenix, AZ

         Glacier Mural, Seascape Mural Private Residence, Missoula, MT

2011  The International Heart Institute Mural

The International Heart Institute, St. Patrick's Hospital, Missoula, MT

          The Hub Mural, The Hub, Missoula, MT

          Four Panels: Hadrian, Antinoos, Saint Roche, Saint James

Created for Dr. Rafael Chacon and Dr. Andy Laue, Moise, MT

2009  Winner, Steel Horse Head created for Dave Carpenter, Scottsdale, AZ

2008  Untitled, 16 piece Abstract Sectional Paintings, Created for Jay Bell,Tucson, AZ

          Punjabi Wedding Portraits, Created for Deepak and Jackie Sharma, Tucson, AZ

2007  Dedication Painting: Art for Art,

The Optical Sciences Center, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

2005  4th Avenue Two Sided Mural, 4th Avenue and 7th Street, Tucson, AZ

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3970ContentLewicki, Donald/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3970

Mr. Donald Lewicki Associate Professor of Business Management, Director of Computing, Telecommunications, and Media Services lewicki@upb.pitt.edu 235 Swarts Hall 362-0988 Division of Management and Education M.S. Industrial Administration Union College 1986 B. A. Biochemistry Canisiu

Lewicki DonaldMr.DonaldLewickiAssociate Professor of Business Management, Director of Computing, Telecommunications, and Media Serviceslewicki@pitt.edu 158 Swarts Hall362-0988Division of Management and EducationM.S.Industrial AdministrationUnion College1986B. A.BiochemistryCanisius College1979Don enjoys teaching the technology-related courses within the Business Management Department. Some of the courses he teaches include Business Telecommunications (his favorite), Business Information Systems, System Analysis and Design, Microcomputing for Management, and Survey Information Systems.

After a distinguished 17-year career as a technical manager at IBM, Don Lewicki came to Pitt-Bradford in January 1996 as the director of CTM Services. He was looking for a job that was more self-satisfying, with a lower level of pressure and slower pace than IBM, and he was also interested in moving back to his hometown of nearby Olean, NY. 

Outside of class, Don is involved in the Association of Information Technology Professionals and he does some consulting. In his free time, he is a sports nut who still loves to play. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.

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29123ContentLiberatore, John/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29123

Mr. John Liberatore Visiting Assistant Professor of Music jslibera@pitt.edu 115 Blaisdell Hall 362-0257 Division of Communication and the Arts

Liberatore, JohnMr.JohnLiberatoreVisiting Assistant Professor of Musicjslibera@pitt.edu115 Blaisdell Hall362-0257Division of Communication and the ArtsM.M.Eastman School of Music2009B.M.Syracuse University2007

Music Composition, Music Theory, Music History, Music Technology, Piano


John Liberatore is a composer and pianist currently living in southern New York State. His eclectic palette of interests has led him to find inspiration in a variety of unlikely sources; these include the surrealist comics of Windsor McCay, the writings of the eccentric philosopher Timothy Dexter, Edward Topsell's 16th Century zoological treatises, Old English Nursery Rhymes, and the moving sculptures of Arthur Ganson. 

Liberatore recently returned from a two-month residency in Tokyo, Japan, studying with Jo Kondo, an experience and mentorship which made an indelible impression on his music. In the summer of 2013, he was an Artist-in-Residence at the I-Park enclave in East Haddam, CT and the Brush Creek Foundation in Wyoming. His music has been heard in venues around the world, such as the the International Viola Congress, Seiji Ozawa Hall, the Hindemith Centre, the Chosen Vale International Trumpet Seminar, the Stone, the American Cultural Institute of Peru, and the Four Seasons Centre of Toronto. He has been honored with a Presser Music Award, a fellowship from the Tanglewood Music Center in 2011, a 2013 ASCAP Morton Gould Award, and various other recognitions. Current projects include works for Third Coast Percussion and the Finnish chamber ensemble Trio Ramifications. 

A passionate educator, Liberatore joins the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford for the 2013-14 academic year.  He served on the faculty of Syracuse University from 2011 to 2013, taught private composition through the Eastman School of Music from 2010-13, and worked at the Eastman Computer Music Center from 2008-13, serving as interim director during the 2012-13 academic year. He also served as an instructor of Music Technology at the Eastman Community Music School from 2010 to 2011. He holds degrees from Syracuse University (B.M. summa cum laude), and Eastman (M.M., Phd [ABD]).


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29119ContentLiu, Jun (Ruby)/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29119

Jun (Ruby) Liu Instructor of Chinese Culture & Language rubyliu@pitt.edu 235A Swarts Hall 362-5166 Division of Communication and the Arts

Liu, Jun (Ruby)Jun (Ruby)LiuInstructor of Chinese Culture & Languagerubyliu@pitt.edu235A Swarts Hall362-5166Division of Communication and the Arts1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/13/2013 11:35:50 AM8/20/2013 10:12:47 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaLiu, Jun (Ruby)222A10330False09/13/2013 11:35:50 AM8/20/2013 10:12:47 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29119
29115ContentLlewellyn, Shawn/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29115

Shawn Llewellyn Purchasing Manager sml1971@pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7538 Business and Administrative Affairs

Llewellyn, ShawnShawnLlewellynPurchasing Managersml1971@pitt.eduHangar Building362-7538Business and Administrative Affairs1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/13/2013 11:36:37 AM8/20/2013 9:47:17 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaLlewellyn, Shawn222A10330False09/13/2013 11:36:37 AM8/20/2013 09:47:17 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29115
4146ContentLuciano, Jean/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4146

Ms. Jean Luciano Interlibrary Loan and Cataloging Specialist jluciano@pitt.edu 101B Hanley Library 362-7612 Hanley Library

Luciano JeanMs.JeanLucianoInterlibrary Loan and Cataloging Specialistjluciano@pitt.edu101B Hanley Library362-7612Hanley Library1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/19/2007 1:23:52 PM10/26/2006 3:22:52 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMShaneCoyleLuciano, Jean222A10330False02/19/2007 01:23:52 PM10/26/2006 03:22:52 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4146
4336ContentLuciano, Tammy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4336

Ms. Tammy Luciano Panther Shop Sundries Buyer luciano@upb.pitt.edu 105 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-5051 Panther Shop

Luciano, TammyMs.TammyLucianoPanther Shop Sundries Buyerluciano@pitt.edu105 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-5051Panther Shop1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/30/2013 4:06:03 PM10/29/2006 1:18:34 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaLuciano, Tammy222A10330False010/30/2013 04:06:03 PM10/29/2006 01:18:34 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4336
18486ContentMackey, Lynn/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18486

LynnMackeyAdministrative Assistantmml21@pitt.edu Seneca Bldg., Suite 115362 5115TRiO Educational Talent SearchA.A.Fashion IllustrationArt Institute of Pittsburgh1980

LynnMackeySwitchboard Operator/Administrative Assistant/Dispatcher


Campus Police362-7507Campus Police and Safety
A.A.Fashion IllustrationArt Institute of Pittsburgh1980
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4098ContentMaguire, Diana/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4098

Ms. Diana Maguire Associate Director of Entrepreneurship Program dsm20@upb.pitt.edu 224 Seneca Building 362-5277 Division of Management and Education

Maguire DiannaMs.DianaMaguireVisiting Assistant Professor of Marketingdsm20@pitt.edu146 Swarts362-5277Division of Management and EducationEd.D.Interdisciplinary LeadershipCreighton University2014M.B.A.St. Bonaventure University1994B.B.A.MarketingSt. Bonaventure University1993

Consumer marketing, competitive intelligence/market research, corporate/international marketing, consumer behavior, strategic management, entrepreneurship and leadership.

 Dissertation Topic: The Impact of Social Capital on Women’s Career Repositioning in Business

Diana joined Pitt-Bradford in 2005, after a decade in international corporate marketing. She enjoys bringing active service learning projects to her students and the community. 

Her research interests are marketing strategy, equality issues in marketing and business management, social capital, big data, and online marketing communications.

Diana resides in Allegany, NY and spends her free time watching her two sons play sports.


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4332ContentMaley, Leasa/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4332

Ms. Leasa Maley Manager of the Panther Shop maley@upb.pitt.edu 106 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7539 Panther Shop

Maley LeasaMs.LeasaMaleyManager of the Panther Shopmaley@pitt.edu 106 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7539Panther Shop1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/23/2009 3:17:00 PM10/29/2006 1:14:30 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardMaley, Leasa222A10330False010/23/2009 03:17:00 PM10/29/2006 01:14:30 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4332
32611ContentMando, Marti/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32611

Ms. Marti Mando Visiting Coordinator and Instructor of Composition 203A Swarts Hall 3627522 Division of Communication and the Arts Select one

Mando, MartiMs.MartiMandoVisiting Coordinator and Instructor of Compositionmmm195@pitt.edu203A Swarts Hall3627522Division of Communication and the ArtsSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/7/2014 11:00:39 AM9/5/2014 1:59:18 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaMando, Marti222A10330False010/7/2014 11:00:39 AM9/5/2014 01:59:18 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32611
31689ContentMarcellin, Kimberly/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=31689

Kimberly Marcellin Academic Advisor kmarcell@pitt.edu 220 Hanley Library 362-7566 TRiO Student Support Services M.S.Ed. Reading St. Bonaventure University 1997 B.B.A. Management Sciences St. Bonaventure University 1993 Kim joined the Pitt-Bradford team

Marcellin, KimberlyKimberlyMarcellinRetention Specialist TRiO Student Support Serviceskmarcell@pitt.edu220 Hanley Library362-7566TRiO Student Support ServicesM.S.Ed.ReadingSt. Bonaventure University 1997B.B.A.Management SciencesSt. Bonaventure University 1993Kim joined the Pitt-Bradford team in April 2014 as an Academic Advisor for the TRiO Student Support Services program. Her responsibilities will include advising and supporting students with their academic, personal, and career goals. She will also participate in the instruction of the Leadership Development courses, which will encourage personal, academic, and professional success among the TRiO students.

Previously to Kim joining the Pitt-Bradford family, she had twenty years of post-secondary education experience. During that time, she taught various college courses, she was a Student Academic Advisor, and for the past seven years, she had the title of Academic Dean.

Kim resides in Portville, New York with her husband and their two sons. Kim enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She spends most of her free-time attending her sons’ sporting events, snowmobiling, and gardening.
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4162ContentMarrone, Christina/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4162

Ms. Christina Marrone Associate Registrar and Assistant Director of Enrollment Services marrone@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7601 Office of the Registrar

Marrone ChristinaMs.ChristinaMarroneAssociate Registrar and Assistant Director of Enrollment Servicesmarrone@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7601Office of the Registrar1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 3:35:27 PM10/26/2006 3:41:55 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMarrone, Christina222A10330False01/29/2008 03:35:27 PM10/26/2006 03:41:55 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4162
3998ContentMattis, Ronald/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3998

Dr. Ronald Mattis Director of Engineering Program, Associate Professor of Engineering rem23@upb.pitt.edu 106B Fisher Hall 362-7571 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. Nuclear Engineering Pennsylvania State University 1991 M.S. Nuclear Engineering University of Mich

Mattis RonaldDr.RonaldMattisDirector of Engineering Program, Associate Professor of Engineeringrem23@pitt.edu 106B Fisher Hall362-7571Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh. D.Nuclear EngineeringPennsylvania State University1991M.S.Nuclear EngineeringUniversity of Michigan1979B. S.Nuclear EngineeringPennsylvania State University1978

Dr. Mattis came to Pitt-Bradford in 1985.  He served as a W.C. Foster Fellows Visiting Scholar at the U.S. Department of State in the Verification and Compliance Bureau, Office of Nuclear Affairs in 1999-2000 and served as a consultant for the Department.

He calls nearby Kane, PA home.  In his free time, Mattis enjoys mountain biking, cross-country skiing, weight training, and reading.His main research interests include parallel processing, particle transport theory, arms control, and national security issues.
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3754ContentMatz, Lizbeth/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3754

Ms. Lizbeth Matz Division Chair, Associate Professor of Business Management matz@pitt.edu 234B Swarts Hall 362-7639 Division of Management and Education M. B. A. St. Bonaventure University 1983 B. A. Lawrence University (Winsconsin) 1972 Professor Matz teaches a range of accounting

Matz, Betsy Ms.LizbethMatzAssociate Professor of Business Managementmatz@pitt.edu160 Swarts Hall362-7639Division of Management and EducationM.B.A.St. Bonaventure University1983B.A.Lawrence University (Winsconsin)1972Professor Matz teaches a range of accounting classes.

Lizbeth "Betsy" Matz has been at Pitt-Bradford since 1989. She previously taught at the Olean Business Institute and Jamestown Community College's Olean campus. 

When she is not teaching on campus, Professor Matz leads a group of faculty and staff who weave baskets. They meet a couple of times a month. She has been the committee chair of Pitt-Bradford's Women's History Month celebration. Away from campus, Professor Matz likes to take unique train trips and watch her son and husband play sports. She also enjoys spinning, weaving, and needlework.

Her research interests include budgeting and world-class manufacturing firms, value chain analysis, and green accounting.
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4232ContentMazza, Lori/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4232

Ms. Lorraine Mazza Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports mazza@upb.pitt.edu 109 Sport and Fitness Center 362-7523 Athletics and Recreational Sports

Mazza LoriMs.LoriMazzaDirector of Athletics and Recreational Sportsmazza@pitt.edu109 Sport and Fitness Center362-7523Athletics and Recreational SportsM.Ed.Sports ManagementEast Stroudsburg University1993B.S.Health ScienceLock Haven University1991

Lori, who is originally from West Chester, PA,  has been at Pitt-Bradford since 1998 and oversees all of the university's athletic programs. 
Previously, she worked at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA., where she was the athletic director, head volleyball and basketball coach, and faculty /director of health and physical education.

She is a member of several athletic-related associations, including the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators and the National Assocication for Division III Athletic Administrators.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also loves to watch sports, cook and travel.

As athletic director at Pitt-Bradford, Lori:

  •  completed the transition from NAIA to NCAA Division III
  • wrote and received one of eight Strategic Alliance Matching Grants given by the NCAA in 2004 for a coaching/administration position. 
  • assisted in the design and renovation of the of the baseball, softball and soccer fields, the tennis courts and the $10 million Sport and Fitness Center
  • established men's baseball team, and men's and women's swim, men and women’s tennis and women’s bowling teams
  • served as chairwoman of the AMCC athletic director council
  • hosted AMCC and NCAA championships at Pitt-Bradford
  • maintained and complied with Title IX with a grade of A
  • implemented and coordinated all local corporate sponsorship and annual fundraising activities
  • established an endowment for the athletic department
  • serves on various committees within the university and serves on several AMCC and ECAC committees along with the NCAA focus group for Division III and the NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Committee, and Chair of the Mid-Atlantic Region, Vice Chair of the NCAA Division III Women's Softball Committee and Chair of the East region. NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Great Lakes Regional Committee.
  • successfully lobbied to be selected as one of the NCAA Pilot Drug Testing Sites
  • worked with alumni and community members to establish the Pitt-Bradford Hall of Fame to honor outstanding student-athletes
  • worked with alumni and constituents who designed Pitt-Bradford’s new athletic logo
  • created the Panther Athletic Club
  • implemented a system to monitor academic progress of student-athletes by providing special assistance and focusing on their educational development and progress. This includes working with faculty, staff and students on a one-to-one and group basis to monitor their academic progress.
  • implemented a strategic plan for more full-time staff, from nine to 16 full-time staff members
  • implemented a plan to incorporate more opportunities for our student-athletes by increasing our programs from nine to 15 intercollegiate teams
  • nearly tripled the student-athlete population, helping to contribute to a significant increase in student enrollment

 While working at Wesleyan College, she was named Coach of the Year in central Georgia.

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3938ContentMcCabe, Nancy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3938

Dr. Nancy McCabe, Director of Writing Program, Assistant Professor of Writing ngm4@upb.pitt.edu

McCabeNancyDr.NancyMcCabeDirector of Writing Program and Associate Professor of Writingngm4@pitt.eduSwarts 102E362-0785Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.EnglishUniversity of Nebraska1995M.F.A.Creative WritingUniversity of Arkansas1989B.A.EnglishWichita State University1984Dr. McCabe's specialties include creative writing, 20th century women's literature, and 20th century American literature. She currently teaches courses in fiction, poetry, feature and memoir writing.

Dr. McCabe has published three books of creative nonfiction: a collection of essays, After the Flashlight Man: A Memoir of Awakening (Purdue 2003) and two full-length memoirs, Meeting Sophie: A Memoir of Adoption (Missouri 2003) and Crossing the Blue Willow Bridge: A Journey to my Daughter's Birthplace in China (Missouri 2011.) Check out her new author's web site at www.nancymccabe.net.

Her work has won a Pushcart Prize for memoir, been listed four times in the notable section of Best American Essays, and won two awards from Prairie Schooner.

Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Newsweek, Writer's Digest, Fourth Genre, Crazyhorse, Massachusetts Review, and Crab Orchard Review, among others, and been reprinted in an English-language textbook in Germany. She has published reviews and critical articles in Studies in Popular Culture, American Literary Review, and Literary Potpourri. Her teacher's handbook, Making Poems: Writing Exercises for the Classroom was published in 1989 by Arkansas Writers in the Schools, a program she directed for two years in addition to working as a writer in the schools in South Carolina and Missouri.

She has taught creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry workshops for more than tweny-five years at six colleges and universities, and currently also teaches in the brief-residency MFA program in creative writing at Spalding University. At Pitt-Bradford, she received the Chairs' Faculty Teaching Award for excellence in teaching in 2005. She is also a recipient of a 2007 Individual Artist’s Fellowship in Literature from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts..

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4476ContentMcDowell, Richard/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4476

Dr. Richard McDowell Associate Professor of Biology and President Emeritus mcdowell@upb.pitt.edu 215 Seneca Building 362-5020 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

McDowell RichardDr.RichardMcDowellAssociate Professor of Biology and President Emeritusmcdowell@pitt.edu 215 Seneca Building362-5020Division of Biological and Health Sciences1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 3:39:26 PM10/30/2006 11:57:06 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMcDowell, Richard222A10330False01/29/2008 03:39:26 PM10/30/2006 11:57:06 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4476
4450ContentMcGriff, John/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4450

Mr. John McGriff Maintenance Worker III jwm5@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Mr. JohnMcGriffMaintenance Worker IIIjwm5@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 3:40:09 PM10/30/2006 10:53:35 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMcGriff, John222A10330False01/29/2008 03:40:09 PM10/30/2006 10:53:35 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4450
4306ContentMcGuire, Julie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4306

Ms. Julie Butler Accounting Specialist jub4@upb.pitt.edu 114E Hangar Building 362-7525 Business and Administrative Affairs

Butler JulieMs.JulieMcGuireAccounting Specialistjub4@pitt.edu 114E Hangar Building362-7525Business and Administrative Affairs1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/15/2009 4:22:42 PM10/27/2006 5:06:28 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergMcGuire, Julie222A10330False012/15/2009 04:22:42 PM10/27/2006 05:06:28 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4306
4212ContentMcMillen, Bonnie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4212

Ms. Bonnie McMillen Director of Student Health Services mcmillen@upb.pitt.edu 227 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-0968 Health Services

McMillen BonnieMs.BonnieMcMillenPart time Health Nurse mcmillen@pitt.edu 227 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-0968Health ServicesB.S.N.NursingAlfred UniversityA.S.N.NursingJamestown Community CollegeCertificateTobacco Cessation Counselorcertified by the American Lung Association

Bonnie started her career in nursing in the Medical/Surgical area at BRMC and has experience in OB/GYN, Visiting Nurses Association, Psychiatric, Telemetry Unit, and was a clinical instructor at JCC and BOCES.

Bonnie came to Pitt-Bradford Student Health Center in 1997 as a part time Health Nurse and became Director in 2003. After nine years as Direcgtor of Health Services she has returned to the part time Health nurse position.

As part time Health Nurse, Bonnie continues developing health education programs for students, and sees students daily for primary care of health problems.  She also counsels students regarding tobacco cessation and enjoys the challenge of meeting the needs of the Pitt-Bradford community.

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3992ContentMelka, Richard/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3992

Dr. Richard Melka Professor of Mathematics melka@upb.pitt.edu 103C Fisher Hall 362-7575 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. Applied Mathematics Purdue University 1969 B. S. Michigan State University 1960 Dr. Melka's past teaching experiences include time at Michigan

Melka, RichardDr.RichardMelkaProfessor of Mathematicsmelka@pitt.edu 103C Fisher Hall362-7575Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh.D.Applied MathematicsPurdue University1969B.S.Michigan State University1960Dr. Melka's past teaching experiences include time at Michigan State University and Rutgers University in Camden, N.J. He enjoys teaching Mathematical Modeling, Differential Equations, Advanced Differential Equations, and Writing in the History of Mathematics.When he is not on campus, Dr. Melka writes articles with Biblical themes and he previously taught Bible study at the Federal Corrections Institute at McKean for five years. For six years, he edited and published a newsletter concerning Holistic Health. He likes the outdoors, and he spends the summers boating on Lake Chautauqua.He has also completed a number of courses at Christ the King Seminary, and he has an ongoing interest in mathematics and theology, especially in concepts related to the Christian Trinity.  Dr. Melka researches mathematical modeling and dynamical systems. More information on Dr. Melka can be found at: Melkaplace.com 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/7/2011 1:36:38 PM10/24/2006 2:41:50 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardMelka, Richard222A10330False09/7/2011 01:36:38 PM10/24/2006 02:41:50 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3992
10661ContentMerwine, David/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=10661

David Merwine, Director of Biology program & Assistant Professor of Biology dkm14@upb.pitt.edu 203D Fisher Hall 362 5126 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Merwine DavidDr.DavidMerwineDirector of Biology program, Associate Professor of Biologydkm14@pitt.edu203D Fisher Hall362-5126Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.Physiological OpticsUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham1997B.S.Pre-MedicineJuniata College, PA1985Dr. Merwine teachs anatomy, physiology, neurobiology, and other courses and will be mentoring senior biology majors in data analysis, critical reading and preparing scientific manuscripts.Dr. Merwine has delivered talks at various workshops and training programs. He has been the coordinator of the USC Emergency Response Team; he has also been a member or coordinator of groups at the university and community level such as a kung fu academy, a children's choir and an animal care and use committee. He is a board member and founder/director of STEM Outreach program, Village United (non-profit 501(c)3).1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/20/2013 9:59:48 AM10/23/2007 3:08:14 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaMerwine, David222A10330False08/20/2013 09:59:48 AM10/23/2007 03:08:14 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=10661
9609ContentMiller, Gregory W./templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=9609

Mr. Gregory Miller Coordinator of Residential Network Services gwm9@upb.pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall 362 7664 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services

Mr.GregoryMillerNetwork and Media Systems Analystgwm9@pitt.edu112A Fisher Hall362-7664Computing Telecommunications and Media Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/5/2014 10:37:43 AM9/17/2007 3:13:23 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaMiller, Gregory W.222A10330False09/5/2014 10:37:43 AM9/17/2007 03:13:23 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=9609
4366ContentMiller, Shayne/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4366

Mr. Shayne Miller Campus Police Officer Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr.ShayneMillerCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/10/2006 11:24:50 AM10/29/2006 1:54:27 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJodyRandolphMiller, Shayne222A10330False011/10/2006 11:24:50 AM10/29/2006 01:54:27 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4366
29116ContentMonger, Sarah/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29116

Sarah Monger Financial Aid Counselor sem105@pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-5278 Financial Aid B.S. Applied Mathmatics University of Pittsburgh Bradford 2012

Monger, SarahSarahMongerFinancial Aid Counselor sem105@pitt.eduHangar Building362-5278Financial AidB.S.Applied MathmaticsUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford20121/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/13/2013 11:37:52 AM8/20/2013 9:54:46 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaMonger, Sarah222A10330False09/13/2013 11:37:52 AM8/20/2013 09:54:46 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29116
4312ContentMoonan, Kathy/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4312

Ms. Kathy Moonan Manager of Accounts Payable moonan@upb.pitt.edu 117 Hangar Building 362-7528 Accounts Payable

Ms.KathyMoonanManager of Accounts Payablemoonan@pitt.edu 117 Hangar Building362-7528Accounts Payable1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 4:48:22 PM10/27/2006 5:12:24 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMoonan, Kathy222A10330False01/29/2008 04:48:22 PM10/27/2006 05:12:24 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4312
22891ContentMoore, Britt/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=22891

Britt Moore Head Men's Basketball Coach 112 Sport and Fitness Center 362-7521 Athletics and Recreational Sports B.A. Communications King's College 2004 M.A. Sport Management Drexel University 2010 The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has named B

Britt Moore NCAABrittMooreHead Men's Basketball Coachbcm41@pitt.edu110 Sport and Fitness Center362-5276Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.CommunicationsKing's College2004M.A.Sport ManagementDrexel University2010

Britt Moore is in his fourth season as the head of the men’s basketball program.

Moore directed the Panthers to their sixth straight Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Tournament appearance in 2013-14 with an overall record of 16-11, and conference record of 11-7. The Panthers entered the tournament as the No. 4 seed and hosted the La Roche Redhawks in the opening round. Pitt-Bradford defeated the Redhawks 73-66 in front of a packed house, earning them a trip to face No. 1 seed Penn State Behrend.

Under Moore’s tutelage, junior point guard Keith Burgess ended the season 11 points shy of joining the coveted 1,000-point club at Pitt-Bradford.

In 2012-13, during the final week of the season, they went 3-0 against conference opponents, including a last-second victory over Medaille, to secure a spot in the postseason. It was a remarkable feat considering the Panthers were never in the final six spots for the tournament until the final day of the regular season.

Pitt-Bradford got off to its best start in 21 years and eventually finished 13-13, an improvement of three wins from the previous season. The team had a penchant for coming back in games, twice rallying from deficits of more than 19 points to eventually win in overtime. Sophomore Keith Burgess was named to the all-AMCC team, and senior Tyler Ferguson was honored as the 2012-13 Pitt-Bradford Male Athlete of the Year.

In his first season, Moore guided Pitt-Bradford to its fourth straight appearance in the AMCC postseason tournament while earning 10 victories. The Panthers led the league in free throw percentage and ranked ninth nationally. The team finished sixth in the AMCC and two players were named all-conference.

Moore came to Pitt-Bradford from Albright College in Reading, Pa., where he was an assistant coach from 2006-11, including the last two as associate head coach. While at Albright, Moore helped guide the Lions to the 2010 Middle Atlantic Commonwealth Conference championship, a berth into the national tournament and a 99-57 overall record. He coached the 2009-10 MWCC Player of the Year and served as the position coach for the 2008-09 MWCC Player of the Year and Division III News All-American honoree. 

The Lions posted 15 or more victories in five of the six seasons while Moore was there. He also served as the men’s tennis coach.
Prior to joining Albright, Moore was an assistant at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pa. from 2004-06 and helped direct the team to a postseason berth.

Moore was a two-time letter winner on the men’s basketball team at King’s College from 2002-04. During his junior year, Moore led the Middle Atlantic Freedom Conference in field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage, and led the Monarchs to consecutive postseason appearances. He was also a member of the Middle Atlantic Corporation All-Academic team as well.

Moore graduated from King’s College in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in communications, and he earned a master’s degree in sport management from Drexel University in 2010.

Moore currently resides in Bradford with his wife, Kristy, and their two children Katie and Yung Ellis.

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29128ContentMorrison, Mark/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29128

Mr. Mark Morrison Visiting Instructor and Interim Director of the Mathmatics Center mhm15@pitt.edu Hanley Library 362-7560 Student Affairs

Morrison, MarkMr.MarkMorrisonVisiting Instructor and Interim Director of the Mathmatics Centermhm15@pitt.edu251 Hanley Library362-5120Student AffairsM.A.Curriculum and InstructionGannon UniversityB.A.Secondary Education in Mathematics Edinboro UniversityMark has taught in the public schools for 34 years, the last 32 of which were at Bradford Area High School.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/3/2014 3:41:58 PM8/20/2013 10:51:49 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardMorrison, Mark222A10330False02/3/2014 03:41:58 PM8/20/2013 10:51:49 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29128
28753ContentMorse, Taylor/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=28753

Ms. Taylor Morse Technical Director mors4982@pitt.edu Blaisdell Hall 156 362-5065 Bromeley Family Theater B.F.A. Theatrical Production and Design SUNY Fredonia 2102 Taylor also received a concentration in Lighting Design. She oversees all duties associated with the B

No PhotoMs.TaylorMorseTechnical Directormors4982@pitt.eduBlaisdell Hall 156362-5065Bromeley Family TheaterB.F.A.Theatrical Production and DesignSUNY Fredonia2012Taylor's degree also includes a concentration in Lighting Design. She oversees all duties associated with the Bromeley Family Theater and the KOA Art Gallery to include maintenance, production, and execution of all internal and external events that take place in those spaces.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/22/2014 1:55:05 PM6/13/2013 9:59:22 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaMorse, Taylor222A10330False012/22/2014 01:55:05 PM6/13/2013 09:59:22 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=28753
3964ContentMukerjee, Gautam/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3964

Dr. Gautam Mukerjee Director of Economics Program, Associate Professor of Economics gam4@upb.pitt.edu 110 Swarts Hall 362-7638 Division of Management and Education Ph. D. Economics SUNY at Buffalo M. A. Economics SUNY at Buffalo B. A. Economics SUNY at Buffalo Dr. Mukerj

Mukerjee GuatamDr.GautamMukerjeeDirector of Economics Program, Associate Professor of Economicsgam4@pitt.edu117C Swarts Hall362-7638Division of Management and EducationPh.D.EconomicsSUNY at BuffaloM.A.EconomicsSUNY at BuffaloB.A.EconomicsSUNY at BuffaloDr. Mukerjee teaches Introduction to Macroeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconimics, Money and Banking, Statistical Methods, Comparative Economic Systems, Labor Economics, and Poverty & Society.He has been educating students at Pitt-Bradford for nearly 20 years. His past experiences include teaching at Connecticut College, University of New Haven, and Jamestown Community College.Dr. Mukerjee's main area of research interest is the Methodology of Economics.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/13/2014 3:32:05 PM10/24/2006 10:30:14 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardMukerjee, Gautam222A10330False08/13/2014 03:32:05 PM10/24/2006 10:30:14 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3964
4002ContentMulcahy, Francis/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4002

Dr. Francis Mulcahy Director of Chemistry Program, Associate Professor of Chemistry fishnet@upb.pitt.edu 203E Fisher Hall 362-7606 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. Chemistry University of Pittsburgh 1989 B. S. Chemistry St. Vincent College 1983 Dr. Francis M

Mulcahy FrancisDr.FrancisMulcahyDirector of Chemistry Program, Associate Professor of Chemistryfishnet@pitt.edu 203E Fisher Hall362-7606Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh. D.ChemistryUniversity of Pittsburgh1989B. S.ChemistrySt. Vincent College1983Dr. Francis Mulcahy has taught at Pitt-Bradford since 1989. He teaches classes in general, analytical, and environmental chemistry.Away from the classroom, Dr. Mulcahy enjoys reading and sleeping, among a number of other things.His main research interest is catalysis.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/29/2008 4:52:12 PM10/24/2006 4:13:00 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMulcahy, Francis222A10330False01/29/2008 04:52:12 PM10/24/2006 04:13:00 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4002
3896ContentMulcahy, Mary/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3896

Dr. Mary Mulcahy, Associate Professor of Biology mnp1@upb.pitt.edu 203D Fisher Hall 362-0259 Chair Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Mulcahy MaryDr. MaryMulcahyDivision Chair, Associate Professor of Biologymnp1@pitt.edu203F Fisher Hall362-0259Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.Biological SciencesUniversity of Missouri-ColumbiaB.A.The College of Wooster, OH

Dr. Mulcahy earned her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia, where her dissertation was titled "Alpine Plant-Ant Interactions."  She also has a bachelor of arts from The College of Wooster, OH, where she did research on plant growth and its relation to evolution.  Mulcahy specializes in evolution and plant and animal interactions.

Prior to joining Pitt-Bradford's faculty, Mulcahy served as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Kentucky in the Center for Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior.

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4368ContentMunn, Thomas/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4368

Mr. Thomas Munn Campus Police Officer tcm5@upb.pitt.edu Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr.ThomasMunnCampus Police Officertcm5@pitt.edu Campus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 10:37:13 AM10/29/2006 1:56:08 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiMunn, Thomas222A10330False01/30/2008 10:37:13 AM10/29/2006 01:56:08 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4368
23012ContentMurray, Shawn/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23012

Shawn Murray Manager of Advancement Operations shawnm@pitt.edu Hanley Library 362-7655 Institutional Advancement B.S. Business Management University of Pittsburgh 2001 A.S. Information Systems University of Pittsburgh 1998 Outside of work, Murray has v

MurrayShawnShawnMurrayManager of Advancement Operationsshawnm@pitt.eduHanley Library362-7655Institutional AdvancementB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh2001A.S.Information SystemsUniversity of Pittsburgh1998Outside of work, Murray has volunteered as treasurer for the McKean County Special Olympics and enjoys biking, boating and photography. He owns Shawn Murray Photography in Bradford. He and his wife, Lauren, live in Bradford with two sons, Evan, 5, and Owen, 31/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/20/2011 2:37:24 PM6/20/2011 2:35:58 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardMurray, Shawn222A10330False06/20/2011 02:37:24 PM6/20/2011 02:35:58 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23012
4268ContentNazemetz, Alexander/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4268

Mr. Alexander Nazemetz Director of Admissions nazemetz@pitt.edu  

Nazemetz AlexanderMr.AlexanderNazemetzDirector of Admissionsnazemetz@pitt.edu152 Hanley Library362-7677AdmissionsM.S.Ed.CounselingSt. Bonaventure UniversityB.B.A.Management SciencesSt. Bonaventure University

Alex is originally from Warren Township, NJ and currently resides in Allegany NY.  He began his career in admissions  in 1986. He's worked at Pitt-Bradford since the fall of 1999 and enjoys his experience here as director of admissions and the advisor for the brothers of Sigma Lambda Chi social fraternity. He is a New Jersey Devils and Buffalo Sabres fan and roots for the New York Giants.

Alex is an avid collector of U.S. stamps and has collected them since he was 7. As an undergraduate at St. Bonaventure University, he played on the Men's Club Rugby Team and organized the original alumni rugby program there.  He is currently a New York State elected official and is serving a 4 year term as a Trustee for the Village of Allegany (NY).


1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/5/2013 2:34:34 PM10/27/2006 3:33:23 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaNazemetz, Alexander222A10330False09/5/2013 02:34:34 PM10/27/2006 03:33:23 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4268
4370ContentNiCastro, Timothy/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4370

Mr. Timothy NiCastro Campus Police Officer Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr.TimothyNiCastroCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/22/2010 9:49:53 AM10/29/2006 1:59:09 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMLyndonOrinionNiCastro, Timothy222A10330False09/22/2010 09:49:53 AM10/29/2006 01:59:09 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4370
23251ContentNier-Weber, Daneryl/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23251

Dr. Daneryl Nier-Weber Director of the Writing Center and Visiting Assistant Professor of Composition dweber@pitt.edu 102 Swarts Hall 362-7594 Division of Communication and the Arts Select one

Nier-Weber, DaniDr.DanerylNier-WeberDirector of the Writing Center and Assistant Professor of Compositiondweber@pitt.edu250 Hanley Library/ Hanley 206362-7594Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.English with a concentration in Rhetoric and CompositionBall State University2011M.A.EnglishButler University2005B.A.Elementary EducationSmith College1982Dani Weber earned her B.A. in Elementary Education from Smith College, her M.A. in English from Butler University, and her Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition from Ball State University.  Before joining the Pitt-Bradford faculty as the Writing Center Director, Dani served as Visiting Director of Eastern Oregon University's Writing Center in La Grande, OR, where she also taught a variety of writing classes on campus and online such as composition, methods of tutoring writing, argumentation, and technical writing.  Dani lived in Germany for over a decade, teaching English as a foreign language, and for many years was also an active member of various fiction writing critique groups.  She regularly teaches Comp I and Comp II and has also occasionally taught sections of literature, professional writing, and freshman seminar.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/10/2013 8:47:13 AM8/19/2011 11:49:25 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaNier-Weber, Daneryl222A10330False010/10/2013 08:47:13 AM8/19/2011 11:49:25 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=23251
4282ContentNowacki, Cynthia/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4282

Ms. Cynthia Nowacki Transfer/Non-Traditional Counselor can18@upb.pitt.edu Hanley Library 362-5013

Nowacki CindyMs.CynthiaNowackiAssistant Director of Admissions and Transfer/Non-Traditional Counselorcan18@pitt.eduHanley Library362-5013AdmissionsB.A.Individualized StudiesEdinboro University of Pennsylvania2000A.A.Specialized StudiesJamestown Community College1996

Cindy’s primary duties include assisting transfer and non-traditional students in making the admissions application a smooth process. She also visits many community colleges throughout PA and NY to recruit students to Pitt-Bradford.

Cindy is from Warren, PA where she resides with her husband, Tom. She enjoys oil and water color painting and instructs painting and crafting classes for Pitt Bradford’s Continuing Education and Regional Development Office. She is a cat lover and a Buffalo Bills fan but her favorite thing to do is spend as much time as she can with her grandson, Jakob. 


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4406ContentNull, Dianne/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4406

Ms. Dianne Null Coordinator of Administrative Computing dln@upb.pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall 362-7665 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services

Ms.DianneNullData Coordinatordln@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7665Office of the Registrar1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/30/2009 2:21:04 PM10/29/2006 2:48:07 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardNull, Dianne222A10330False010/30/2009 02:21:04 PM10/29/2006 02:48:07 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4406
33456ContentNussbaum, Katherine/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=33456

Katherine Nussbaum Circulation Supervisor ken47@pitt.edu 108 Hanley Library 362-7619 Hanley Library Select one

Nussbaum, KatherineKatherineNussbaumCirculation Supervisor ken47@pitt.edu108 Hanley Library362-7619 Hanley LibraryM.L.I.S.History/Library and Information Sciences University of Pittsburgh 2012B.A.History-Political ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford2010Katherine obtained both her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at the University of Pittsburgh. During her undergraduate studies, she was a Federal Work Study Student Worker. She has experience working in both academic and public libraries. Her passions include reading and swimming. 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/9/2014 10:48:32 AM12/9/2014 9:50:07 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaNussbaum, Katherine222A10330False012/9/2014 10:48:32 AM12/9/2014 09:50:07 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=33456
30572ContentO'Brien, Tom/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30572

Tom O'Brien Adjunct, Petroleum Technology Program tobrien@pitt.edu Division of Physical and Computational Sciences B.S. Geology University of Pittsburgh Bradford 1982 A.S. Petroleum Technology University of Pittsburgh Bradford 1982 He has 30 years'

O'Brien , TommTomO'BrienAdjunct, Petroleum Technology Programtobrien@pitt.edu103A Fisher Hall362-0256Division of Physical and Computational SciencesB.S.GeologyUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1982A.S.Petroleum TechnologyUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1982He has 30 years' experience in the oil and gas industry, including Quaker State Oil, Witco Corp. and American Refining Group. He is certified in three levels of well drilling and well control and is also certified in coiled tubing, wireline, snubbing and remedial operations, all through Well Control School in Houston, Texas. He is the instructor for Bradford Area High School's oil and gas production program, which he developed. He is currently enrolled in the master's program in workforce education at Penn State University.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/10/2014 4:26:17 PM1/3/2014 9:37:18 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMPatriciaCerconeO'Brien, Tom222A10330False01/10/2014 04:26:17 PM1/3/2014 09:37:18 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30572
3940ContentOgundayo, BioDun/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3940

Dr. BioDun Ogundayo Assistant Professor of French and Comparative Literature ogundayo@upb.pitt.edu 102B Swarts Hall 362-5015 Division of Communication and the Arts Ph. D. French and Francophone Literature and Cultures State University of New York at Buffalo M. A. French Queen's Univ

Ogundayo BioDunDr.BioDunOgundayoAssociate Professor of French and Comparative Literatureogundayo@pitt.eduSwarts 102F362-5015Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.French and Francophone Literature and CulturesState University of New York at BuffaloM.A.FrenchQueen's University in CanadaM.A.FrenchUniversity of Lagos, NigeriaB.A.FrenchUniversity of Lagos, NigeriaDr. Ogundayo is fluent in Yoruba (his native tongue), French, English and Hausa, and holds written fluency knowledge of Spanish, Italian, and some Ghanaian languages.

Most recently Dr. Ogundayo taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Caribbean Studies and Francophone literature at the University of The West Indies in Barbados.

He has has also taught at SUNY Buffalo; the University of Alberta, Canada; Queen’s University, Canada; Ogun State University, Nigeria; and most recently was an assistant professor of French at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.

1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/5/2013 10:28:11 AM10/23/2006 5:47:47 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardOgundayo, BioDun222A10330False02/5/2013 10:28:11 AM10/23/2006 05:47:47 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3940
3918ContentPage, Gregory/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3918

Dr. Gregory Page Assistant Professor of Psychology glp5@upb.pitt.edu Red House 362-7504 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences M.L.S. Legal Studies University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2002 Ph. D. Counseling Psychology University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2000 M.S. Clinical Psychology

Page GregoryDr.GregoryPageDirector of Psychology Program, and Associate Professor of Psychologyglp5@pitt.edu235B Swarts Hall362-7504Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesM.L.S.Legal StudiesUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln2002Ph.D.Counseling PsychologyUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln2000M.S.Clinical PsychologyEmporia State University1991B.A.PsychologyNebraska Wesleyan University1989Classes Taught:
Introduction to Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
Counseling Psychology and Lab
Psychology and Law
Psychology and Environmental Problems
Topics in Counseling Psychology

Dr. Page’s interests focus on the interaction between psychology and law. Over the years, he has worked in various inpatient and outpatient mental health settings including prisons, forensic hospitals, juvenile detention centers, psychiatric hospitals, drug and alcohol centers, and outpatient/behavioral health centers. He has focused on adolescent and adult populations.Dr. Page’s research has focused on assessment and treatment evaluation of juvenile sexual offenders and program evaluation of suicide prevention programs. His current research focus is on criminal offender patterns and evaluating community service programs.
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20594ContentPalmer, Shelley/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=20594

Ms. Shelley Palmer Administrative Assistant ryp2@pitt.edu 229 Hanley Library 362-5275 Communications and Marketing

Palmer, ShelleyMs. Shelley PalmerAdministrative Assistantryp2@pitt.edu  229 Hanley Library 362-5275Communications and Marketing1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/14/2011 4:44:32 PM9/14/2010 2:45:29 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaPalmer, Shelley222A10330False012/14/2011 04:44:32 PM9/14/2010 02:45:29 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=20594
8351ContentPanol, Darek/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=8351

Mr. Dariusz Panol  - Head Coach, Men's Soccer

Panol DariuszMr.Dariusz PanolHead Coach, Men's Soccerdap73@pitt.edu105 Sport and Fitness Center362-7537Athletics and Recreational SportsM.S.Ed.EducationUtica College2006B.A.Psychology and PhilosophySyracuse University1996

Darek Panol is in his eighth season as the head coach of the Pitt-Bradford men’s soccer team.

He has coached 13 all-conference performers, including the 2010 and 2011 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Player of the Year and the 2008 Newcomer of the Year.

In 2013, the Panthers were just one year removed from replacing a senior-loaded class in 2011. Panol’s guidance over senior goalkeeper Adam Forster had him ranked at the top of the AMCC in saves with 175. Forster ranked fourth nationally in saves per game with 9.67. His .824 save percentage placed him first as well in the AMCC and 60th nationally.

The senior was the lone Panther on the all-AMCC list at the conclusion of the season with his second team accolade.

Freshman midfielder Alessandro Ortiz burst onto the scene with his talented ball skills and on Sept. 4, he was named the AMCC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring the overtime goal to lift the men to a 1-0 victory over Alfred.

The Panthers underwent a youth movement in 2012, replacing a talented senior class that graduated the year before. Junior goalkeeper Adam Forster was named all-AMCC and ranked among the top netminders in the country in saves per game (9.12).

Panol directed the Panthers to a 7-9-2 overall record in 2011, and the program's third-ever appearance in the AMCC tournament semifinals and the first since 1998. The seven wins were tied for the third-most in school history (2001 and 2006). The Panthers finished third in the conference with a record of 6-2-1, the program's highest finish ever, and  hosted a postseason tournament match for the first time in program history. A total of five players were named to the all-conference team and Panol was honored as the AMCC Coach of the Year for the first time in his career.

In 2010, Panol led the Panthers to a 6-9-2 overall record and a fifth-place finish in the AMCC with a mark of 4-4-1 while advancing to the conference postseason tournament.

Prior to his arrival at Pitt-Bradford, Panol spent six years as a coach at Utica College from 2000-06, including the last four as head coach. He helped transform a struggling NCAA Division III program into respectable contender in the Empire 8 Conference.

Panol has numerous coaching experiences working with local and premier teams in the New York State area. He has worked in various soccer clinics and camps across the United States, including Syracuse University, the Big Kick Soccer Camp/Tim Howard Academy and the Hamilton All-American Soccer Camp.

Panol excelled at Syracuse University as a four-year starter at forward and midfielder. He led the Orangemen in goals, assists and points his senior season while earning Big East second-team honors and being named to the conference’s Academic All-Star team. During his collegiate career, Panol was tabbed the Big East Offensive Player of the Week four times and was named to the American Soccer Monthly Magazine Team of the Month.

As a player, Panol also participated in the Empire State games, earning bronze and silver medels. In addition, he played for Syracuse Salt City FC (1986-90), Syracuse Blitz FC (1990-96) and the Wisla Garfield FC in (1997-99). In the late 90’s, Wisla was considered one of the elite amateur clubs in the Eastern United States. While playing with Wisla, Panol won two New Jersey Champions League II titles. The club also had some success in the early rounds of the US Open Cup.

Panol recently earned his National “A” coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation.

M. S. Ed. Education Thesis - Affects of Athletics on College Students Diagnosed With Having a Learning Disability

Coach Panol recently earned his National “A” Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation.

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4404ContentParana, Emily/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4404

Ms. Emily Parana Technical Analyst II eap18@upb.pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall 362-7579 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services

Ms.EmilyParanaTechnical Analyst IIeap18@pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall362-7579Computing Telecommunications and Media Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 11:28:08 AM10/29/2006 2:46:33 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiParana, Emily222A10330False01/30/2008 11:28:08 AM10/29/2006 02:46:33 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4404
20590ContentParker, Amber/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=20590

Ms. Amber Parker Campus Police Officer tes34@pitt.edu Campus Police Buildng 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety Select one

Ms. AmberBlackCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Buildng 362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 3:48:46 PM9/14/2010 1:51:46 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaParker, Amber222A10330False08/28/2012 03:48:46 PM9/14/2010 01:51:46 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=20590
21677ContentPascarella, James/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=21677

Mr James Pascarella Web Programmer jjp38@pitt.edu 236 Hanley Library 3627954 Communications and Marketing B.S. Computer Information and Technology University of Pittsburgh 2010

Pascarella, JamesMrJamesPascarellaWeb Programmerjjp38@pitt.edu236 Hanley Library362-7954Communications and MarketingB.S.Computer Information Systems and TechnologyUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford20111/1/0001 12:00:00 AM5/23/2011 3:57:31 PM1/26/2011 9:07:18 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaPascarella, James222A10330False05/23/2011 03:57:31 PM1/26/2011 09:07:18 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=21677
7667ContentPedersen, Barbara/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=7667

Barbara Pedersen Instructor of Mathematics bap1@pitt.edu 103A Fisher Hall 362-7545 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences

BarbaraPedersenInstructor of Mathematicsbap1@pitt.edu 103A Fisher Hall362-7545Division of Physical and Computational SciencesB. S.Applied Mathematics with a minor in Secondary EducationUniversity of Pittsburgh at BradfordBarb is working on her Master's Degree in Postsecondary and Adult Education.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 11:31:21 AM4/9/2007 3:53:27 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiPedersen, Barbara222A10330False01/30/2008 11:31:21 AM4/9/2007 03:53:27 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=7667
4230ContentPerkins, Denise/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4230

Ms. Denise Perkins Secretary, Health Services and Student Affairs ddp7@upb.pitt.edu 226 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-5272 Health Services

Perkins DeniseMs.DenisePerkinsAdministrative Assistant ddp7@pitt.edu 211 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7630Residential Life and Housing1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/20/2008 9:27:47 AM10/27/2006 1:52:11 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardPerkins, Denise222A10330False06/20/2008 09:27:47 AM10/27/2006 01:52:11 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4230
4314ContentPhillips, Laurel Retzer/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4314

Ms. Laurel Retzer Phillips Manager of Human Resources leb2@upb.pitt.edu 106 Control Tower Building 362-7531 Human Resources

Phillips Laurel RetzerMs.Laurel RetzerPhillipsDirector of Human Resourcesleb2@pitt.edu 106 Control Tower Building362-7531Human ResourcesB.A.sociologyUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford2006Laurel came to Pitt-Bradford in 1987 to work in the Office of Academic Affairs. She transferred to human resources and payroll in 1993. Before working at Pitt-Bradford, she was employed at McCourt Label. She lives in Ellicottville, N.Y., with her husband, Gary.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 4:09:15 PM10/27/2006 5:14:21 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergPhillips, Laurel Retzer222A10330False08/28/2012 04:09:15 PM10/27/2006 05:14:21 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4314
4258ContentPhillips, Tina/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4258

Ms. Tina Phillips Head Coach Women's Volleyball and Softball tmp14@upb.pitt.edu   113 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5086 Athletics and Recreational Sports M. A. Athletic Administration Springfield College, Massachusetts 2002 B. S. Physical Education

Phillips, TinaMs.TinaPhillipsAssistant Director of Athletics and Head Coach Women's Volleyball and Softballtmp14@pitt.edu113 Sport and Fitness Center362-5086Athletics and Recreational SportsM.A.Athletic AdministrationSpringfield College, Massachusetts2002B.S.Physical EducationBrockport State, New York1990

Tina Phillips is in her 12th season as the head softball coach at Pitt-Bradford.

Phillips has guided the softball team to an overall record of 222-185-2 in eleven seasons, including four AMCC championships, three NCAA Division III tournament appearances and two ECAC tournament berth. She has coached 51 all-conference performers, including the 2010 AMCC Newcomer of the Year, 2008 Player of the Year and 2013 Pitcher of the Year, and twice been named the Coach of the Year.

She has had seven players named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region teams and 40 NFCA Scholar Athletes. Phillips has also had four players named to the ECAC South All-Region squad and currently has three players in the Pitt-Bradford Athletic Hall of Fame.

In 2014, the Panthers opened the season by giving Phillips her 200th victory at the helm of the program with an 8-1 win.

The Panthers finished the regular season with a record of 23-13. The 23 wins gives Phillips and the Panthers back-to-back 20-win seasons. They entered the AMCC tournament as the fourth seed and finished the year ranked fourth. 

The Panthers placed three players on the all-AMCC conference team. Mosby received first team honors as designated player and second team honors at pitcher. Sophomore Leann Bell was tabbed second team for her play at second base, and junior Bri Stenta grabbed third team honors in left field.

2013 saw the Panthers put together their best season since 2007, advancing to the AMCC tournament championship and posting the fifth 20-win season under Phillips' watch. They went 13-5 against conference opponents to finish in a tie for second with D'Youville after being picked sixth in the preseason coaches' poll. It marked the seventh time in Phillips' career that her team finished third or better in the league standings.

Pitt-Bradford improved by 12 wins from the previous year (22), and won three straight elimination games on the second day of the conference tournament to advance to the title game. A total of four players were named all-AMCC, and junior pitcher Sydney Mosby was tabbed the conference's Pitcher of the Year.

The Panthers captured the AMCC Tournament Championship in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007, while finishing runner-up in 2006 and 2013. They were also regular season co-champions in 2006 and 2010.  

Pitt-Bradford has had five post-season berths, including appearances in the 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Division III Tournaments. In 2004 and 2010, the team was invited to participate in the ECAC South Region Tournament.

In 2006, the Panthers went 35-9 and made their second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The team also finished ranked No. 6 in the East Region. Pitt-Bradford finished the year as regular-season co-champions in the AMCC. The 35 wins that season are the most by any team at UPB.

In 2005, the Lady Panthers made the deepest post-season run in program history. After qualifying for the NCAA Tournament, Pitt-Bradford came within two wins from going to the World Series. The program also posted its third straight AMCC Tournament Championship.

The softball program has received recognition both within the conference and nationally. The program has been ranked in the NCAA in various statistical categories.

In 2013, the team opened its season at the new stadium complex on campus.

Phillips just wrapped up her 12th and final season as the head coach of the Pitt-Bradford volleyball program. She is the winningest coach in both the softball and volleyball programs history at Pitt-Bradford.

Her teams finished sixth or better every season in the AMCC but one and they have totaled 75 conference wins.

In 2010, Phillips directed Pitt-Bradford to the best season in school history. The Panthers won a school-record 22 straight matches and captured the AMCC regular season crown with a perfect 9-0 record. Pitt-Bradford defeated Penn State Altoona in the conference tournament championship match to earn the program’s first ever bid to the NCAA tournament. Phillips was named AMCC Coach of the Year for her efforts.

Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, Phillips served as the head softball coach at Russell Sage College in Troy, N.Y. from 1996-00 and was also the volleyball coach for two seasons. She coached the Adirondack Magic traveling softball team from 1999-00 and was the assistant softball coach at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. in 2003. She helped guide the program to its first ever first Skyline Conference championship and NCAA tournament appearance.

Phillips has been elected into both the Thomas Edison High School and Chemung County (N.Y.) Athletic Hall of Fames.  

She received her bachelor’s in physical education from the State University of New York College at Brockport in 1990, and earned a master’s in athletic administration from Springfield College in 2002.

Phillips currently resides in Bradford, Pa.

She was the head coach in volleyball, girls' basketball and softball (65-24) at Thomas Edison from 1993-96 and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in '99. She tallied her 200th victory at the helm of the Pitt-Bradford softball program in game one of the 2014 season.
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11777ContentPicklo, Bernie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=11777

Bernie Picklo, Academic Technology Integrator,

Picklo BernieMr.BerniePickloAcademic Technology Integratorbjp47@pitt.edu 103F Fisher Hall362-7644Academic AffairsB.S.Secondary EducationUniversity of Pittsburgh at Johnstown1991

After spending sixteen years teaching Earth Science to high school students, Bernie joined the Pitt-Bradford staff in January 2008.  Technology has always been of interest to him and he incorporated it into his own classroom whenever possible.  He hopes to inspire the Pitt-Bradford faculty to see the value of teaching with technology in the 21st century.

In his spare time, he spends as much time as possible with his two young boys in activities that usually revolve around the outdoors such as camping, hiking, and fly fishing.  He is also an instructor with Kinzua Fly Fishing School, which operates from the Pitt-Bradford campus in May of each year.

In 2005 Bernie received the Eastern Section "Outstanding Earth Science Teacher of the Year" award from the National Association of Geoscience Teachers.  Prior to this award, in 2003 he received the NAGT "Pennsylvania Outstanding Earth Science Teacher of the Year" award.
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29129ContentPiechnik, Denise/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29129

Dr. Denise Piechnik Assistant Professor of Biology dapiech@pitt.edu 203J Fisher Hall 362-5011 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Piechnik, DeniseDr.DenisePiechnikAssistant Professor of Biologydapiech@pitt.edu211B Swarts Hall362-5011Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.EcologyUniversity of California, DavisB.S.EcologySan Francisco State University, CABefore coming to Pitt-Bradford, Piechnik held two post-doctoral scholar positions at Penn State - University Park. Piechnik performed an ecological analysis of the arthropods of the Gettysburg National Military Park (Gettysburg PA) as a Research Associate with PSIEE and the Dept. of Entomology. She also performed research on GIS methods to place pasture-based Best Management Practices at the USDA-ARS Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit. Dr. Piechnik earned her dissertation at the University of California, Davis. Her dissertation is titled “Experimental Analysis of Spatial Relationships of Food-webs during Community Assembly.”

Dr Piechnik's research interests include integrating approaches from community, landscape, and population ecology to understand mechanisms of biodiversity, and determining factors responsible for biodiversity patterns and their effects which produce complex patterns in natural and human-dominated systems. Dr. Piechnik is a member of the Ecological Society of America.

Select Publications:

Piechnik, D. A. 2013. Trophic levels colonize sequentially but effects of habitat size and quality are transient. Acta Oecologica 47: 85-94.

Piechnik, D.A., Goslee, S.C., Veith, T, Bishop, J, and Brooks, R. 2012. Trophic placement of management practices in riparian zones to reduce water quality impact from pastures. Landscape Ecology 27: 1307-1319.

Piechnik, D.A., Lawler, S.P., Martinez, N.D. 2008. Food-web assembly during a classic biogeographic study: species' "trophic breadth" corresponds to colonization order. Oikos 117: 665-674.

Visit Dr Piechnik's personal web page for more information.

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4278ContentPingie, Vicky/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4278

Ms. Vicky Pingie Associate Director of Admissions

Pingie VickyMs.VickyPingieAssociate Director of Admissionsmonti@pitt.edu151 Hanley Library362-7552AdmissionsM.S.Ed.CounselingSt. Bonaventure University1998B.A.Human RelationsUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1993


Vicky has been a member of the Pitt-Bradford family for 33 years.  Vicky coordinates allon-and-off campus events along with our Student Ambassador program.  She also counsels and advises highschool students in our Bridges program. You can find Vicky traveling everywhere in our primary service regionsincluding McKean, Warren, Elk, Potter, Cameron, Forest and Tioga counties inPennsylvania and Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany and Steuben counties in NewYork State.


She is a Bradford native and enjoys walking, reading, cooking and crocheting but most of all spending time with her family.

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18891ContentPoling, Shawn/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=18891

Mr.ShawnPolingMaintenance Worker IIsgp10@pitt.edu 211 Frame Westerberg Commons362 7630Residential Life and Housing

Mr.ShawnPolingMaintenance Worker II


211 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7630Residential Life and Housing
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4334ContentRace, Jill/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4334

Ms. Jill Race Panther Shop Textbook Buyer mcalpine@upb.pitt.edu 107 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7598 Panther Shop

Race, JillMs.JillRacePanther Shop Textbook Buyermcalpine@pitt.edu107 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7598Panther Shop1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/30/2013 4:10:51 PM10/29/2006 1:16:29 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaRace, Jill222A10330False010/30/2013 04:10:51 PM10/29/2006 01:16:29 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4334
4104ContentRadzavich, Sharie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4104

Ms. Sharie Radzavich Administrative Secretary smr2@upb.pitt.edu 103 Blaisdell Hall 362-7590 Division of Communications and the Arts

Radzavich, SharieMs.SharieRadzavichAdministrative Assistantsmr2@pitt.edu 103 Blaisdell Hall362-7590Division of Communication and the Arts1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 2:23:36 PM10/26/2006 11:36:44 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaRadzavich, Sharie222A10330False06/12/2012 02:23:36 PM10/26/2006 11:36:44 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4104
4106ContentRandolph, Jody/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4106

Ms. Jody Randolph Administrative Secretary jar1@upb.pitt.edu   Communications and Marketing Conference Room 362-7620 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Randolph JodyMs.JodyRandolphDatabase Manager/Certification & Placement Coordinatorjar1@pitt.edu 152 Swarts Hall362-5056Division of Management and EducationA.A.University of Pittsburgh at Bradford20081/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/15/2011 2:33:01 PM10/26/2006 11:42:12 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardRandolph, Jody222A10330False09/15/2011 02:33:01 PM10/26/2006 11:42:12 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4106
4408ContentReiley, Cathy/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4408

Ms. Cathy Reiley Coordinator of User Services csr@upb.pitt.edu 112A Fisher Hall 362-7660 Computing Telecommunications and Media Services

Reiley, CathyMs.CathyReileyCoordinator of User Services reiley@pitt.edu112A Fisher Hall362-7660Computing Telecommunications and Media Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/21/2012 9:28:16 AM10/29/2006 1:49:55 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaReiley, Cathy222A10330False06/21/2012 09:28:16 AM10/29/2006 01:49:55 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4408
4410ContentRetchless, Lindsay Hilton/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4410

Ms. Lindsay Hilton Retchless Director of Alumni Relations lhr2@upb.pitt.edu 

Retchless LindsayMs.Lindsay HiltonRetchlessDirector of Alumni Relationslhr2@pitt.edu Hanley Library362-5273Alumni RelationsB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh1998

As director of alumni relations, Lindsay is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the relationship the university has with its alumni, helping the alumni stay connected to their alma mater, and connecting current students with graduates to create opportunities for mentorships and networking.

After graduating from Pitt-Bradford, Lindsay began her career in the development and alumni office at Archbishop Walsh High School in Olean, N.Y., then moved to HomeCare and Hospice as the development manager. She returned to work at her alma mater in 2006.

In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, baking, entertaining friends and family, gardening, and spending time with her husband, son and daughter.

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4194ContentRhinehart, Leslie/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4194

Dr. Leslie Rhinehart Director of Counseling Services llr5@upb.pitt.edu 233 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7658 Counseling Services

Rhinehart LeslieDr.LeslieRhinehartDirector of Counseling Servicesllr5@pitt.edu233 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7658Counseling ServicesPsy.D.PsychologyIndiana University of PennsylvaniaM.A.PsychologyIndiana University of PennsylvaniaB.S.PsychologyGrove City CollegeDr. Rhinehart is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.  She has served as the Director of Counseling Services at Pitt-Bradford since 2000, and taught psychology courses on campus for several years.  She also works part time at Family Medicine of Warren, PA.  Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, she worked at The Guidance Center, Bradford Regional Medical Center’s Psychiatric and Mentally Ill Chemical Abuse Units, Warren State Hospital and in private practice.  She is a member of the American College Counseling Association, American Psychological Association, and Pennsylvania Psychological Association.

Dr. Rhinehart works collaboratively with students using a variety of theoretical and practical approaches to match counseling solutions with students’ needs.  She places a high priority on offering a friendly and professional environment in which students can discuss problems in a safe, confidential manner.  She lives in Bradford with her husband and their Wire Fox Terrier, Abby.  In her free time, she enjoys travel, boating, and spending time with friends and family.
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30779ContentRidenour, Shannon/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30779

Shannon Ridenour Club Accounts Assistant smr114@pitt.edu 206 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7953 Student Activities Select one

Ridenour, ShannonShannonRidenourClub Accounts Assistantsmr114@pitt.edu206 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7593Student ActivitiesSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/17/2014 3:35:24 PM1/27/2014 1:08:14 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaRidenour, Shannon222A10330False06/17/2014 03:35:24 PM1/27/2014 01:08:14 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30779
3922ContentRobar, Stephen/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3922

Dr. Stephen Robar Director of Environmental Studies Program, Associate Professor of Political Science robar@upb.pitt.edu 110 Swarts Hall 362-0242 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. Political Science/Environmental Policy Northern Arizona University 1999 M.P.A. Public A

Robar StephenDr. Stephen RobarAssociate Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Political Sciencerobar@pitt.edu232 Swarts Hall362-0242Academic AffairsPh.D.Political Science/Environmental PolicyNorthern Arizona University1999M.P.A.Public AdministrationNorthern Arizona University1995B.A.Political ScienceState University of New York at New Paltz1993Dr. Robar's teaching is focused in the areas of environmental policy and politics, U.S. political and policy processes, and the judicial system.  His classes include: Environmental Politics and Policy, Introduction to Environmental Studies, Developing a Sense of Place, Public Policy Process, Introduction to Public Administration, Congress and the Presidency, Political Parties and Interest Groups, Law and the Courts, Constitutional Law, Political Science Fiction, and Political Film and Television.

Dr. Robar is currently the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and is the Pre-Law advisor on campus.  He also directs the "Perspectives on Environment" seminar series and has served as both President & Vice-President of the Faculty Senate.

Dr. Robar enjoys all things outdoors, riding his Harley and wants Anthony Bourdain's job.

Dr. Robar has had three books published: an anthology entitled Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective, which he co-edited and which examines global groundwater management regimes, and Managing Environmental Policy: A Casebook, which he also co-edited and contributed to. He is the author of Frances Clara Folsom Cleveland, a book on the life of First Lady Frances Cleveland, published in 2002. He is currently working on articles entitled "Conservative Environmentalism is not an Oxymoron" and “The Interdisciplinary Ontology of Environmental Studies.”
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4006ContentRobbins, Andrea/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4006

Ms. Andrea Robbins Instructor of Chemistry amr5@pitt.edu  

Robbins AndreaMs.AndreaRobbinsInstructor of Chemistryamr5@pitt.edu235F Swarts Hall362-0245Division of Physical and Computational SciencesM.S.ChemistrySUNY at FredoniaB.S.ChemistryVilla Maria CollegeAndrea Robbins has taught at Pitt-Bradford since 1982. She teaches classes in general chemistry, chemistry of the environment, various chemistry labs, and beginning algebra.Outside of chemistry, Professor Robbins enjoys outdoor activities like hunting and fishing.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:14:28 PM10/24/2006 4:25:47 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaRobbins, Andrea222A10330False010/6/2014 02:14:28 PM10/24/2006 04:25:47 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4006
4468ContentRobbins, Donald/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4468

Mr. Donald Robbins Hazardous Waste Officer dor1@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7546 Facilities Management

Mr.DonaldRobbinsHazardous Waste Officerdor1@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7546Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 2:09:16 PM10/30/2006 11:38:33 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiRobbins, Donald222A10330False01/30/2008 02:09:16 PM10/30/2006 11:38:33 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4468
4394ContentRobinson, Ann/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4394

Ms. Ann Robinson Business Resource Center Coordinator arr3@upb.pitt.edu 234 Seneca Building 362-0255 Outreach Services and Business Resource Center

Robinson AnnMs.AnnRobinsonDirector of Sponsored Programsarr3@pitt.edu 202 Hanley Library362-0255Office of the PresidentB.S.therapeutic recreationSlippery Rock University1987 Ann Robinson maintains responsibility for generalist pre- and post-award duties to facilitate submissions of proposals, post-award accounting of sponsored projects and ensures compliance with accounting principles, federal and sponsor regulations, and university policies and procedures.

Ann came to Pitt-Bradford in 2002 as a business consultant, working with clients and helping them create business plans, something she appreciated from personal experience. For five years, she owned and operated a daycare center -- one that she opened without a business plan. They experience, she said, taught her the value of such plans. She went on to become the director of the Business Resource Center in 2007, not only consulting with businesses, but also administering WEDnet, Pennsylvania's free training program, for the region.

"Dealing wtih WEDnet, I really knew the impacts that grants can have on a business or agency," she said. She began her current position in 2012.

Ann is a lifelong Girl Scout who was active in the organization while growing up in Oil City, then working for the scouts as part of the Keystone Tall Tree Council.

She and her husband, Bill, live in Gifford with a crazy Jack Russel terrier. Her son, Daniel, is a student at Pitt-Bradford.
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25963ContentRoof, Tom/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=25963

Tom Roof Assistant Volleyball Coach roof@pitt.edu 113 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5086 Athletics and Recreational Sports Select one Tom Roof is entering his fourth season as the assistant volleyball coach at Pitt-Bradford. In three seasons with the Panthers, Ro

Roof, TomTomRoofAssistant Volleyball Coachroof@pitt.edu113 Sport and Fitness Center362-5086Athletics and Recreational SportsTom Roof is entering his fifth season as the assistant volleyball coach at Pitt-Bradford.

In three seasons with the Panthers, Roof has helped direct the Panthers to an overall record of 52-32, an AMCC championship and two postseason appearances.

Roof  helped guide the Panthers back to the AMCC championship match in 2011 with a team primarily comprised of underclassmen. The Panthers went 9-4 over their final 13 matches and won eight straight matches against AMCC opponents to finish second in the conference.

In 2010, Pitt-Bradford put together the best season in school history. The Panthers won a school-record 22 straight matches and captured both the AMCC regular season and postseason championships. The team advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time in program history.

Roof joined Pitt-Bradford in the fall of 2009 after leading Salamanca High School to the 2008 New York Class C state championship in his only season with the Warriors. It was the first undefeated season in school history and the only state title. Salamanca captured the CCAA Division II, Section 6 and Far West Regional championships as well.

Roof founded the Keystone-Empire Volleyball Association (KEVA) Junior Olympic girls’ volleyball club and served as director and coach for 13 years. The program grew to become one of the most successful and largest Junior Olympic clubs in the Northcentral /Northwest Pa. and Southwestern NY area. He coached 10 teams to medals at the East Coast championships. He also served as an assistant coach at Olean High School for four years.

Roof also works as a sports writer at the Olean Times Herald and lives in Olean, N.Y., with his wife Marlene. They have two daughters, Johnese and Sarah.
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3866ContentRouff, Keary/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3866

Mr. Keary Rouff Assistant Professor of Sport and Exercise Science kjr9@upb.pitt.edu 163 Sport and Fitness Center 362-0249 Division of Management and Education M. S. Ed. Leadership Studies Duquesne University B. S. Sports Medicine Univeristy of Pittsburgh at Bradford Before comi

Rouff KearyDr.Keary RouffAssistant Professor of Sport and Exercise Sciencekjr9@pitt.edu165A Sport and Fitness Center362-0249Division of Management and EducationD.S.M.Sports ManagementU.S. Sports AcademyM.S.Ed.Leadership StudiesDuquesne UniversityB.S.Sports MedicineUniveristy of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Professor Rouff was a fitness center director and physical education instructor at Alfred (N.Y.) State College. He also was a certified personal trainer at Knowlton's Personal Fitness in Bradford, where he developed exercise and nutrition programs for clients.

Professor Rouff earned a doctorate in sports management from the U.S. Sports Academy in Daphne, Ala. He earned his master's degree in leadership studies emphasizing sport administration from Duquesne University and his bachelor's degree in sports medicine from Pitt-Bradford.

Professor Rouff is an avid softball player and lives in Bradford with his wife, Tammi, a son Kellen, and his stepdaughter, Danielle.

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24568ContentRublee, Kimberly/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=24568

Kimberly Rublee Conference Services Manager kdr22@pitt.edu Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-0989 Conference Services Kim is a Pitt-Bradford alumna and has most recently been employed at the Tamarack Club at Holiday Valley Resort & Conference Center, Ellicottville, NY as the Front Office

Rublee, KimKimberlyRubleeConference Services Managerkdr22@pitt.eduFrame-Westerberg Commons362-0989Conference ServicesKim is a Pitt-Bradford alumna and has most recently been employed at the Tamarack Club at Holiday Valley Resort & Conference Center, Ellicottville, NY as the Front Office Manager. Her responsibilities will include providing excellent customer care for both internal and external events. Kim will also be involved in the marketing of Pitt-Bradford to new camps and conferences that want to come to our campus.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 2:25:53 PM12/22/2011 9:43:03 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaRublee, Kimberly222A10330False06/12/2012 02:25:53 PM12/22/2011 09:43:03 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=24568
19829ContentSalerno, Stacie/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=19829

Ms. Stacie Salerno Administrative Assistant ssalerno@pitt.edu  Hanley 231362 7548 TRiO Student Support Services

Salerno StacieMs.StacieSalernoAdministrative Assistantssalerno@pitt.eduHanley 231362-7548TRiO Student Support ServicesA.S.Computer ScienceUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford,1983Stacie is a native of Bradford and is a graduate of Bradford Area High School and the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.  Stacie lives in Bradford with her husband, Michael.  She has two sons, Jim, who lives in Rock Hill, SC and is a graduate of Penn State-Behrend with his B.S degree in electrical engineering and Christopher, who is a senior this year at Pitt-Bradford, majoring in psychology.  In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, swimming, riding her bike, walking, reading and cooking but most importantly spending time with her family

Stacie, along with the rest of the TRiO SSS staff, was honored as 2010-2011’s staff Brand Champion for demonstrating and living by the University brand promise of providing a safe, friendly and personalized campus environment.
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29121ContentSalvo, James/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29121

Dr. James Salvo Assistant Porfessor of Speech salvo@pitt.edu 108 Blaisdell Hall 362-5098 Division of Communication and the Arts

Salvo, JamesDr.JamesSalvoAssistant Professor of Speechsalvo@pitt.edu108 Blaisdell Hall362-5098Division of Communication and the ArtsSalvo has a degree in communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests currently include the concepts of friendship and home, especially how these change in light of digital networks. He is an associate director of The International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry and is treasurer for the International Institute of Qualitative Inquiry.

He is also a managing editor for the journals Qualitative Inquiry, Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, and the International Review of Qualitative Research.


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9205ContentSchenfield, Susan/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=9205

Tennis coach profile

Susan-Schenfield-2Ms.SusanSchenfieldHead Tennis Coachsas119@pitt.edu183 Sport & Fitness Center362-5055Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.Business Administration/AccountingPenn State University

Susan Schenfield is in her seventh season as the head men’s and women's tennis coach at Pitt-Bradford.

Schenfield was responsible for starting both programs in 2008.

With a squad full of underclassmen, the Panthers grabbed four victories during the 2013 season, including three over conference opponents. The women finished with a 3-5 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference record.

The Panthers finished eighth at the AMCC championships.

The women totaled five victories in 2012 and advanced to the AMCC tournament. Kayla Branch and sisters Sarah and Emily Fowkes were named to the All-AMCC team. Branch and Sarah Fowkes were one of the top doubles tandems in the league, and Emily Fowkes earned recognition at the No. 6 singles flight.

In 2011, the women matched their seven wins from the previous season and finished fourth in the AMCC with a record of 5-3. Pitt-Bradford posted a fourth-place finish at the AMCC championships and two players were named to the all-conference squad.

In 2010, Pitt-Bradford put together its best season yet, finishing 7-4 overall and third in the AMCC during the regular season with a 6-2 record. A total of five players earned all-conference honors, and the Panthers finished in a tie for second at the AMCC Championships.

On the men's side, Pitt-Bradford earned the highest seed in program history for the AMCC tournament after notching the third overall seed. The men also finished 5-6 overall and 4-2 in AMCC play for its best season in program history.

The Panthers placed two players on the All-AMCC second team. On March 28, Pitt-Bradford earned its biggest win of the season, defeating Penn State Behrend on the road 7-2.

The Panthers went 3-7 in 2013. Much like the women, the men had their best season, at the time, in the spring of 2011 with a 4-7 overall record. The four wins matched the team’s win total from the previous two seasons.

Her players have excelled off the court as well. Her women’s team has finished with the top GPA among all the University’s athletic teams twice, and she has had both a male and female named the Pitt-Bradford Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In addition, two men’s players have received the Pitt-Bradford Triangle of Success honor that recognizes student-athletes each year who exhibit the following attributes; dedication to their sport, positive attitude, athletic ability, citizenship, character, leadership, and sportsmanship.

Schenfield was the longtime tennis coach at Bradford Area High School. She coached the boys from 1983-94 and the girls from 1987-96. She also serves as a tennis class instructor at Pitt-Bradford and was the head tennis pro at the St. Bonaventure University Fitness Center from 2002-04. Schenfield was the assistant tennis pro at Chautauqua Institution for two years, 2005-07, before joining Pitt-Bradford.

She is a member of the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), and is certified as a PTR Professional and PTR Professional - Junior Development.

She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration/accounting from Penn State University.

Schenfield currently resides in Bradford, Pa.

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31699ContentSchummer, David/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=31699

David Schummer Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy djs56@pitt.edu   203B Swarts Hall 362-7573 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Select one

Schummer, DavidDr.DavidSchummerVisiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy



203B Swarts Hall362-7573Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Ph.D.PhilosophyThe State University of New York at Buffalo2005B.S.Mathematical-PhysicsThe State University of New York at 1999B.A.PhilosophyThe State University of New York at Buffalo 1999Dr. Schummer teaches a variety of philosophy courses, including Intro to Philosophy, Intro to Environmental Studies, Ethics, Bioethics, Food & Societies, Philosophy & Public Issues, Political Philosophy, Metaphysics & Epistemology, and Environmental Ethics. His professional development is focused on Applied Virtue Ethics (especially virtue-based ecological ethics), Ancient & Early Modern Philosophy, and Aesthetics.Dr. Schummer is a native of Western New York and began teaching at UPB as an adjunct professor in 2004. He is an avid gardener and a strong supporter of sustainable agriculture, economic regionalism, and community self-reliance. Schummer has extensive first-hand experience in organic farming practices, having served for 3 years as Assistant Farm Manager and Education Coordinator for Canticle Farm in Allegany, NY. He also enjoys fishing & hunting, woodworking, raising chickens, and spending time with his canine companions (he does not appreciate cats).
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/7/2014 11:17:36 AM6/11/2014 3:28:48 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSchummer, David222A10330False010/7/2014 11:17:36 AM6/11/2014 03:28:48 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=31699
20599ContentSeguin, Brieanne/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20599

Ms. Brieanne Seguin Instructor of Athletic Training (Clinical Coordinator) bseguin@pitt.edu 193 Sports and Fitness Center 362-7542 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Sequin, BrieanneMs.Brieanne Seguin Instructor of Athletic Training (Clinical Coordinator) bseguin@pitt.edu   163 Sports and Fitness Center362-7542Division of Biological and Health SciencesM.S.Applied physiology and kinesiologyUniversity of FloridaB.S.KinesiologyThe Pennsylvania State UniversityProfessor Seguin has experience as a teaching assistant and clinical instructor.  While completing her degree in Florida, she served as a certified athletic trainer for two different high schools, totaling 53 athletic teams. She grew up and lives today in Port Allegany, where she loves to cook and bake and go camping and kayaking.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/7/2014 10:59:37 AM9/14/2010 3:06:33 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSeguin, Brieanne222A10330False010/7/2014 10:59:37 AM9/14/2010 03:06:33 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=20599
4110ContentShade, Janet/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4110

Ms. Janet Shade Administrative Secretary shade@upb.pitt.edu 103 Fisher Hall 362-7560 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences

Shade, JanetMs.JanetShadeAdministrative Assistantshade@pitt.edu 103 Fisher Hall362-7560Division of Physical and Computational Sciences1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 2:26:36 PM10/26/2006 11:51:06 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaShade, Janet222A10330False06/12/2012 02:26:36 PM10/26/2006 11:51:06 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4110
4452ContentSherman, Richard/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4452

Mr. Richard Sherman Maintenance Worker III rws2@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Sherman, RichMr.RichardShermanMaintenance Worker IIIrws2@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 2:28:05 PM10/30/2006 9:55:29 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSherman, Richard222A10330False06/12/2012 02:28:05 PM10/30/2006 09:55:29 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4452
4374ContentShipman, Robert/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4374

Mr. Robert Shipman Campus Police Officer Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr.RobertShipmanCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/10/2006 11:13:43 AM10/29/2006 2:02:43 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJodyRandolphShipman, Robert222A10330False011/10/2006 11:13:43 AM10/29/2006 02:02:43 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4374
14965ContentSingh, Om/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14965

Dr. Om Singh Assistant Professor of Biology ovs11@pitt.edu 203C Fisher Hall 362 7562 Division of Biological and Health Sciences

Singh OmDr.OmSinghAssociate Professor of Biologyovs11@pitt.edu203C Fisher Hall362-7562Division of Biological and Health SciencesB.S.Biological ScienceMeerut University1992M.Sc.ZoologyChaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut1994Ph.D.Microbial biotechnologyIndian Institute of Technology, Roorkee2000M.S.Regulatory Affairs in Life SciencesThe Johns Hopkins University2010Om teaches courses on Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Genomics-Proteomics-Bioinformatics, and Microbial Biochemistry, as well as Capstone and Senior Seminar. He also teaches the Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology course and Human Biology courses for non-majors. He supervises a research team of students on multiple research projects. Under his direction the student research team has isolated and developed multiple extremophiles including Ultra-violet and Electromagnetic radiation-resistant, Aerotolerant, Thermophiles, Psychrophiles, and Antibiotic resistant extremophiles from rare earth habitats and food products. His research team screens for potential value added products of therapeutic, bioenergy, and commercial significance from a variety of extremophiles.Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Om was a visiting assistant professor and visiting scientist at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he also served as a postdoctoral research associatefor five years. He is currently editor-in-chief for the "Journal of Radioprotection Research" and "Biological Research and Reviews." In 2013, he edited a book, "Microbial Bio-Nanotechnology: Resources of Green Biotechnology," which will be published in December 2014. He is a member of numerous editorial boards and professional organizations.Om has published dozens of scholarly articles, including many co-authored by students, and is the author of "Extremophiles: Sustainable Resources and Biotechnological Implications" and "Sustainable Biotechnology: Sources of Renewable Energy."1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/9/2014 2:06:58 PM10/2/2008 11:41:50 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSingh, Om222A10330False09/9/2014 02:06:58 PM10/2/2008 11:41:50 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14965
25070ContentSmith, Lori/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=25070

Ms. Lori Smith Administrative Secretary ljs80@pitt.edu Swarts Hall 362-7510 Academic Affairs B.S. Business Management University Of Pittsburgh at Bradford Prior to joining Pitt-Bradford, Lori spent almost 12 years working in accounting positions at Case, then Zippo/Case. She

Smith, LoriMs.LoriSmithFinancial Assistant and Office Managerljs80@pitt.eduSwarts Hall362-7510Academic AffairsB.S.Business ManagementUniversity Of Pittsburgh at BradfordPrior to joining Pitt-Bradford, Lori spent over 13 years working in the accounting departments at W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company, and then Zippo Manufacturing Company.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM5/13/2013 10:56:42 AM3/6/2012 2:10:19 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSmith, Lori222A10330False05/13/2013 10:56:42 AM3/6/2012 02:10:19 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=25070
26140ContentSneeringer, Timothy/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=26140

Mr. Timothy Sneeringer Director of Recreation, Intramurals, and Aquatics sneering@pitt.edu 151 Sport &amp; Fitness Center #362-7526 Athletics and Recreational Sports Select one

Sneeringer, TimothyMr.TimothySneeringerDirector of Recreation, Intramurals, and Aquaticssneering@pitt.edu151 Sport & Fitness Center362-7526Athletics and Recreational SportsM.A.Secondary School CounselingEdinboro University of PennsylvaniaB.S.Health and Physical EducationSlippery Rock University of PennsylvaniaPrior to Pitt-Bradford, Tim was the Director of Athletics & Student Union at Pitt-Titusville.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/7/2012 2:35:45 PM8/24/2012 11:57:08 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardSneeringer, Timothy222A10330False09/7/2012 02:35:45 PM8/24/2012 11:57:08 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=26140
4346ContentSonger, Dan/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4346

Mr. Dan Songer Director of Campus Police and Safety songer@upb.pitt.edu Campus Police Building 362-7509 Campus Police and Safety

Songer DanMr.DanSongerDirector of Campus Police and Safetysonger@pitt.edu Campus Police Building362-7509Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 2:17:18 PM10/29/2006 1:29:38 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiSonger, Dan222A10330False01/30/2008 02:17:18 PM10/29/2006 01:29:38 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4346
4048ContentSoriano, David/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4048

Dr. David Soriano Associate Professor of Chemistry soriano@upb.pitt.edu 203H Fisher Hall 362-7544 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. University of Nebraska M.S. Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck B. S. Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck D

Soriano DaveDr.DavidSorianoAssociate Professor of Chemistrysoriano@pitt.edu 203H Fisher Hall362-7544Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh.D.University of NebraskaM.S.Fairleigh Dickinson University in TeaneckB.S.Fairleigh Dickinson University in TeaneckDr. Soriano has been teaching at Pitt-Bradford since 1984. He teaches: General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Organic Analysis, Advanced Organic Chemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry.Dr. Soriano spends his time with his two german shepard dogs. He enjoys listening to jazz and blues.His research interests are currently activated carbon and the photo-Fenton reaction.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/9/2011 4:50:16 PM10/25/2006 11:05:27 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardSoriano, David222A10330False09/9/2011 04:50:16 PM10/25/2006 11:05:27 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4048
4190ContentSpittler, Holly/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4190

Dr. Holly Spittler Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Career Services spittler@upb.pitt.edu 221 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7657 Student Affairs

Spittler HollyDr.HollySpittlerAssociate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Career Servicesspittler@pitt.edu 221 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7657Student Affairs1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 4:49:22 PM10/27/2006 9:07:39 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiSpittler, Holly222A10330False01/30/2008 04:49:22 PM10/27/2006 09:07:39 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4190
29130ContentSpring, Andrew/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29130

Mr. Andrew Spring Head Coach for Women's Bowling aps57@pitt.edu 182 Sport &amp; Fitness Center 362-7520 Athletics and Recreational Sports

Mr.AndrewSpringHead Coach for Women's Bowlingaps57@pitt.edu182 Sport & Fitness Center362-7520Athletics and Recreational Sports1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/20/2013 11:05:25 AM8/20/2013 11:05:25 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSpring, Andrew222A10330False08/20/2013 11:05:25 AM8/20/2013 11:05:25 AMUndefined/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29130
18892ContentStark, Nicole/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=18892

Ms.NicoleStarkCollege Health Nursenas107@pitt.edu 227 Frame Westerberg Commons362 7631Health Services

Stark, NicoleMs.NicoleStarkDirector of Student Health Servicesnas107@pitt.edu 227 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7631Health ServicesB.S.N.Eastern Mennonite UniversityNicole began working as the part-time nurse at Pitt-Bradford in 2007 and became the full-time director of student health services in 2012. Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, she was a home health nurse with the McKean County Visiting Nurse Association. She lives in Bradford with her husband and two children.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/28/2012 4:42:16 PM12/15/2009 5:39:36 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergStark, Nicole222A10330False08/28/2012 04:42:16 PM12/15/2009 05:39:36 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=18892
4262ContentStauffer, Keith/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4262

Mr. Keith Stauffer Head Coach Golf staufmac@westpa.net 183 Sport and Fitness Center 362-5055 Athletics and Recreational Sports B. S. Education Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1985 Bradford native Keith Stauffer begins his fourth year as head men's golf coach at Pitt-Bradford. In hi

Stauffer KeithMr.KeithStaufferHead Men's Golf Coach4stauffer@atlanticbb.net183 Sport and Fitness Center362-5055Athletics and Recreational SportsB.S.EducationIndiana University of Pennsylvania1985

Bradford native Keith Stauffer enters his 13th season as the head men’s golf coach at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

In 2013, Stauffer guided the Panthers to their best season in program history with a second place finish at the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championships. The men carded a total score of 627 for the two-day event. As a result, Stauffer earned the 2013 AMCC Coach of the Year honor.

Pitt-Bradford took first place at the Medaille Invitational on October 5. The Panthers finished with a score of 318 to defeat second-place Medaille by 17 strokes.

Stauffer placed three players on the all-AMCC list with junior Andrew Bird being named to the first team. Bird received the AMCC Player of the Week honor on Oct. 7.

Senior Zach Tarbell and sophomore Zach Spicer were each named to the all-AMCC third team.

The Panthers finished eighth at the 2012 AMCC Championships with a two-day score of 696. Casey Moyer finished tied for ninth with a individual score of 162 to lead all Panthers. He was named to the all-AMCC team for his efforts. On the year, Pitt-Bradford posted four top five finishes, including a runner-up showing at the Hilbert Invitational.

Stauffer directed the men to a sixth-place finish (649) at the 2011 AMCC championships. Zac Tarbell was the top performer for the Panthers, finishing 13th and Christian Holzwarth was tied for 17th. Senior Tyler Labesky was named to the all-conference squad for the second straight year.

In 2010, the men’s golf team finished seventh (711) at the AMCC championships. Junior Tyler Labesky finished in the top five to pace the Panthers.

In his first season with the program, Stauffer led Pitt-Bradford to the 2002 AMCC championships as the team shot 306, three shots better than runner-up La Roche. The Panthers had three different golfers post top 10 finishes.

Stauffer has directed Pitt-Bradford to five top three finishes at the AMCC championships, and he was also named the 2005 AMCC Coach of the Year after the Panthers finished third. He has coached 22 all-conference performers as well as the 2004 AMCC Player of the Year and the 2009 Newcomer of the Year.

Stauffer, who is a case manager at FCI McKean, played on the Bradford High golf squad before graduating in 1981. He played collegiality at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, leading the Crimson Hawks to a pair of NCAA Division II tournament appearances. He also led Indiana to the 1984 ECAC Championship with a second-place finish individually.

Stauffer received the Coach of the Year award in 2013 after leading the Panthers to a second place finish, the best in school history. He also received with award in 2005 with a third place finish.
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11715ContentStiles, Melissa/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=11715

Ms. Melissa Stiles Administrative Assistant 

Stiles MelissaMs.MelissaStilesAdministrative Assistantmas292@pitt.edu220 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7651Student AffairsB.B.A.AccountingSt. Bonaventure University2004

As administrative assistant, Melissa will provide primary support to Career Services, and she will oversee communications for various other programs, including new student orientation and commencement. In addition, she will provide support to the Vice President & Dean of Student Affairs and to the Coordinator of Community Engagement and the Wick Chapel.

In her spare time she enjoys cooking to her heart's desire for her husband and sons, watching the food network, and enjoying the outdoors with family and her two Boston terriers.

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26141ContentStiles, Randal/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=26141

Mr. Randal Stiles Business Operations Manager 235 Seneca Building #362-5017 Division of Continuing Ed. &amp; Regional Development Select one

Stiles, RandalMr.RandalStilesAccounting Specialistrds54@pitt.edu235 Seneca Building362-5017Division of Continuing Ed. & Regional Development1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/13/2013 11:42:41 AM8/24/2012 1:18:21 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaStiles, Randal222A10330False09/13/2013 11:42:41 AM8/24/2012 01:18:21 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=26141
4178ContentStrotman, Karen/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4178

Ms. Karen Strotman Enrollment Services Assistant klb1@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7662 Enrollment Services

Strotman KarenMs.KarenStrotmanEnrollment Services Assistantklb1@pitt.edu Hangar Building362-7662Enrollment Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/15/2009 3:43:53 PM10/26/2006 4:04:52 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardStrotman, Karen222A10330False010/15/2009 03:43:53 PM10/26/2006 04:04:52 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4178
18893ContentSuppa, Alex J./templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18893

Mr.Alex J.SuppaCampus Police Officerajs147@pitt.edu Campus Police Building362 7506Campus Police and Safety

Suppa AlexMr.Alex J.SuppaCampus Police Sergeantajs174@pitt.eduCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/20/2013 11:12:45 AM12/15/2009 5:42:31 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaSuppa, Alex J.222A10330False08/20/2013 11:12:45 AM12/15/2009 05:42:31 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=18893
3944ContentTessmer, Gary/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3944

Mr. Gary Tessmer Assistant Professor of Composition tessmer@upb.pitt.edu 233E Swarts Hall 362-7685 Division of Communication and the Arts M.S. Library Science Clarion University M. A. English University of Pittsburgh B. A. English Penn State University  Professor Tessmer t

Tessmer GaryMr.GaryTessmerAssistant Professor of Compositiontessmer@pitt.eduSwarts 102362-7685Division of Communication and the ArtsM.S.Library ScienceClarion UniversityM.A.EnglishUniversity of PittsburghB.A.EnglishPenn State UniversityProfessor Tessmer teaches English Composition I, Composition II, Basic Writing, History of the English Language, and Advanced Composition and Rhetoric.Gary Tessmer earned his B.A. in English from Penn State University, his M.A. in English from the University of Pittsburgh, and his M.S. in Library Science from Clarion University.  A former member of the Peace Corps, Mr. Tessmer has been teaching English Composition I, Composition II, Introduction to College Composition, History of the English Language, and Advanced Composition and Rhetoric at Pitt-Bradford since 1993.  He also teaches the ESL sections of English Composition I and English Composition II.  In the past he taught English in South Korea, and every summer he works with students from Yokohoma College of Commerce, Pitt-Bradford’s sister college in Japan. All students who speak English as a second language and who seek writing consultation will benefit from Gary's expertise in ESL/L2 teaching and learning.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 2:08:33 PM10/23/2006 6:06:49 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaTessmer, Gary222A10330False010/6/2014 02:08:33 PM10/23/2006 06:06:49 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3944
3928ContentThomas, Marvin/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3928

Dr. Marvin Thomas Professor of History met4@upb.pitt.edu 217C Swarts Hall 362-7634 Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Ph. D. History Penn State University 1980 M. A. History Columbia University 1963 B. A. History Long Island University 1959 Dr. Thomas teaches surv

Thomas MarvinDr.MarvinThomasProfessor of Historymet8@pitt.edu217C Swarts Hall362-7634Division of Behavioral and Social SciencesPh.D.HistoryPenn State University1980M.A.HistoryColumbia University1963B.A.HistoryLong Island University1959Dr. Thomas teaches survey courses across the entire spectrum of European History from the ancient, medieval, and renaissance periods through modern history. He also teaches Asian History. His field of study is the history of modern Europe, especially eighteenth-century Bavaria, Saxony. His minor field is philosophy.He has been teaching at Pitt-Bradford since 1969. He was chosen in 1997 as the recipient the Pitt-Bradford Alumni Association's Teaching Excellence Award Each spring, Dr. Thomas presents a public lecture on a major historical event or person. Some of his lectures include the sinking of the Titanic, the bombing of Dresden in World War II, and Sarajevo 28, June 1914.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/6/2014 1:52:56 PM10/23/2006 4:42:38 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaThomas, Marvin222A10330False010/6/2014 01:52:56 PM10/23/2006 04:42:38 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3928
4376ContentThomas, Michael/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4376

Mr. Michael Thomas Campus Police Officer Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

Mr. MichaelThomasCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/21/2010 2:28:13 PM10/29/2006 2:04:15 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMNuwangiDiasThomas, Michael222A10330False09/21/2010 02:28:13 PM10/29/2006 02:04:15 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4376
3904ContentTruman, Jean/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=3904

Ms. Jean Truman, ASN Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Nursing jet10@pitt.edu

Truman JeanDr.JeanTrumanASN Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Nursingjet10@pitt.edu 249 Swarts Hall362-7683Division of Biological and Health SciencesDNPNursingCase Western Reserve University2007M.S.N.Critical Care Clinical Nurse SpecialistGannon University1993B.S.N.Indiana University of Pennsylvania1987Professor Truman instructs didactic Fundamentals of Nursing, and Nursing Comprehensive I, II, and III in the ASN Program, as well as medical-surgical and leadership clinicals.  Additionally, Dr. Truman instructs NUR 1451 Professional Nursing Role and NUR 1403 Advanced Clinical Practicum in the RN-BSN Program.  

Jean came to Pitt-Bradford in 2003 as an adjunct clinical faculty. She joined the nursing faculty in 2004 as an assistant professor of nursing. Prior to coming to Pitt-Bradford, Jean worked as a critical care nurse, coordinator of staff education, and nursing supervisor. She currently serves as the ASN Program Coordinator.

Jean completed the coursework for her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western University, Cleveland, OH in December 2007. Her research focus was Identifying Predictors of NCLEX-RN Success and Failure in an ADN Program. Her other research interests include cardiac care nursing.  Jean continues to work as a nursing supervisor at Bradford Regional Medical Center and is an active volunteer for the American Cancer Society. Jean enjoys spending her free time with her family.

Identifying Predictors of NCLEX-RN Success and Failure in an ADN Program - 2007
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford 2009 Chairs’ Faculty Teaching Award
Certified Nurse Educator - 2009
Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse - 2004
Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist - 1993
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29122ContentTyler, Christine/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29122

Christine Tyler Administrative Assistant ctyler@pitt.edu 134 Hanley Library 362-5091 Institutional Advancement

Tyler, ChristineChristineTylerAdministrative Assistantctyler@pitt.edu134 Hanley Library362-5091Institutional Advancement1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/17/2014 3:44:32 PM8/20/2013 10:24:48 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaTyler, Christine222A10330False06/17/2014 03:44:32 PM8/20/2013 10:24:48 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=29122
3946ContentUlin, Donald/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3946

Dr. Donald Ulin Director of English Program, Associate Professor of English ulin@upb.pitt.edu 102A Swarts Hall 362-0243 Division of Communication and the Arts Ph. D. English Indiana University at Bloomington 1998 B. A. English University of Massachusetts 1986 Dr. Ulin began teach

Ulin DonaldDr.DonaldUlinDirector of English Program, Associate Professor of Englishulin@pitt.eduSwarts 102A362-0243Division of Communication and the ArtsPh.D.EnglishIndiana University at Bloomington1998B.A.EnglishUniversity of Massachusetts1986Dr. Ulin began teaching at Pitt-Bradford in the fall of 1998. He teaches British Literature, Literature and the Environment, and literary theory courses as well as various general education literature courses.Dr. Ulin has published scholarly articles on 19th-century literature and tourism, on film studies, and on the teaching of literature. His current research is on the correspondence of immigrant Quakers in Ohio in the 1840s.
Dr. Ulin lives in Bradford with his two teenage children and enjoys being outdoors on good days or at home with a good book or movie on the rainy days. 
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4180ContentUscinski, Barbara/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4180

Ms. Barbara Uscinski Enrollment Services Assistant uscinski@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7535 Enrollment Services

Ms.Barbara UscinskiAdministrative Assistantuscinski@pitt.edu Second Floor Hanley Library362-7501Office of the President1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/25/2008 11:45:43 AM10/26/2006 4:10:53 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardUscinski, Barbara222A10330False011/25/2008 11:45:43 AM10/26/2006 04:10:53 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4180
4458ContentValerius, Jeffrey/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4458

Mr. Jeffrey Valerius Maintenance Worker II jsv2@upb.pitt.edu Facilities Management Building 362-7670 Facilities Management

Valerius, JeffMr.JeffreyValeriusMaintenance Worker IIjsv2@pitt.edu Facilities Management Building362-7670Facilities Management1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 2:28:49 PM10/30/2006 10:05:30 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaValerius, Jeffrey222A10330False06/12/2012 02:28:49 PM10/30/2006 10:05:30 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4458
23246ContentVanderpoel, Roxie/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23246

Ms. Roxie Vanderpoel Mail Center Clerk rmv@pitt.edu 158 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7530 Mail Center Select one

Ms.RoxieVanderpoelMail Center Clerkrmv@pitt.edu158 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7530Mail CenterSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/19/2011 11:19:29 AM8/19/2011 11:19:28 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaVanderpoel, Roxie222A10330False08/19/2011 11:19:29 AM8/19/2011 11:19:28 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23246
4208ContentVecellio, David/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4208

Mr. David Vecellio Maintenance Worker III vecellio@upb.pitt.edu 211 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-7630 Residential Life and Housing

Mr. DavidVecellioMaintenance Worker IIIvecellio@pitt.edu 211 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-7630Residential Life and Housing1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 4:39:12 PM10/27/2006 11:27:54 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiVecellio, David222A10330False01/30/2008 04:39:12 PM10/27/2006 11:27:54 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4208
4288ContentVogt, Gerry/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4288

Ms. Gerry Vogt Enrollment Services Assistant vogt@pitt.edu  

Vogt, GerryMs.GerryVogtEnrollment Services Assistantvogt@pitt.eduHangar Building362-7535Office of the RegistrarB.A.Public RelationsUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford2010A.S.Information SystemsUniversity of Pittsburgh at Bradford1998Gerry lives in St. Marys, PA with her husband Ken. She has two grown children, who attended Pitt-Bradford and are now both school teachers in Elk County.

Gerry spends her free time traveling, camping and reading. Photography is her #1 love and aslo her part-time job..
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14553ContentWang, Y. Ken/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=14553

Y. Ken Wang Assistant Professor ykw@pitt.edu 157 Swarts Hall 362 5142 Division of Management and Education

Wang KenDr.Y. KenWangAssociate Professorykw@pitt.edu157 Swarts Hall362-5142Division of Management and EducationPh.D.Business AdministrationWashington State University,2008M.B.A.Information Systems, FinanceWashington State University,2006B.E.Telecommunication Engineering, Intellectual Properties LawsShanghai University, China,1996

Research Interests:

  • Behavioral and Organizational Issues in Information Systems
  • Information Systems Continuance and Use
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Social Media and Education
  • Knowledge Management 


Teaching Interests:

  • Systems Analysis, Design, and Development
  • Object-oriented Programming
  • Database Management
  • Business Intelligence
  • Project Management
  • Quantitative Research Methods

Dr. Wang is currently an associate professor in the Division of Management and Education at University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. He received his Ph.D. in business administration from Washington State University. Dr. Wang has taught a variety of information systems courses such as systems analysis and design, electronic commerce, information systems strategy, emerging technologies and innovation, objected-oriented programming, web development, database management system, business intelligence, business computing, project management, etc.

Dr. Wang is an active researcher in information systems and related fields. His research has appeared in a number of refereed journals, such as Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC), Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), Computers in Human Behavior (CHB), Communication Education, etc. He is a reviewer for Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce (JOCEC), Computers in Human Behavior (CHB), Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC) and also a number of international conferences.

Dr. Wang is a member of Association of Information Systems (AIS), Academy of Management (AOM), Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), and The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS).

Refereed Journal Article

  • Wei, F., Wang, Y. K., Klausner, M., Rethinking College Students' Self-regulation and Sustained Attention: Does Text Messaging during Class Influence Cognitive Learning?, Communication and Education, 61(3), 2012
  • Wei, Flora and Wang, Y. K., Rethinking Students’ Silent Messages: Can Teacher Verbal and Nonverbal Immediacy Moderate Student Use of Text Messaging in Class?, Communication Education, 59(4), 2010
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta P., Investigating Technology Commitment in Instant Messaging Application Users, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC), 22(4), 2010
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta P., A Technology Commitment Model Of Post-Adoptive Behavior, Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 23(4), 2010
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta P., The Mediating Role of Virtual Experience in Online Purchase Intentions, Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 22(4), 2009 


Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta, P., Decomposition of Virtual Product Experience in Consumer Online Purchasing - A Preliminary Study, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), San Francisco, CA, 2009
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta, P., Investigating the Roles of Virtual Experience in Consumer’s Online Decision Making, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Keystone, CO, 2007
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta, P., Understanding IS Continuance: A Technology Commitment Perspective, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (CIS), Milwaukee, WI, 2006
  • Wang, Y. K. and Datta, P., Online Decision-Making in VR Application Environments, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Omaha, NE, 2005
  • Croasdell, D. and Wang, Y. K., Virtue-Nets: Toward a Model for Expanding Knowledge Networks, Proceedings of the 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS), Big Island, HA, January 2004


    Book Chapter

    • Croasdell, D. and Wang, Y. K., Virtue-Nets: A Paradigm for Supporting and using Knowledge Networks, The Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management, 2004
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    4420ContentWard, Amy/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4420

    Ms. Amy Ward Web Manager alw14@pitt.edu 236 Hanley Library 362-7656 Communications and Marketing

    Amy WardMs.AmyWardWeb Manageralw14@pitt.edu236 Hanley Library362-7656Communications and MarketingB.S.Business ManagementUniversity of Pittsburgh,2005A.S.Information SystemsUniversity of Pittsburgh,2004

    Amy is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the university's Web site and social media outlets.

    Amy spent the first half of her career in the private sector as a cost analyst, working in the U.S. and Budapest, Hungary.  She came to Pitt-Bradford as a student. After she earned her associate's degree from Pitt-Bradford, she continued on and earned a bachelor's degree, graduating summa cum laude. While she was a student, Amy worked with a few businesses in the region, including Pitt-Bradford, helping them design and maximize their websites. After she graduated, she took on the Web manager responsibilities full time.

    In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, running, boating, fishing, skiing, reading, and spending time with her husband and daughters. Most any summer weekend Amy can be found on her bike or on the sparkling waters of the Allegheny reservoir with her puppy and husband.   

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    4378ContentWard, Michael/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4378

    Mr. Michael Ward Campus Police Officer mpw2@upb.pitt.edu Campus Police Building 362-7506 Campus Police and Safety

    Ward MichaelMr.MichaelWardCampus Police OfficerCampus Police Building362-7506Campus Police and Safety1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/22/2010 9:56:14 AM10/29/2006 2:05:55 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMLyndonOrinionWard, Michael222A10330False09/22/2010 09:56:14 AM10/29/2006 02:05:55 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4378
    11713ContentWarner, Joelle/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=11713

    Ms. Joelle Warner Manager of Donor Relations jaw104@pitt.edu Hanley Library 362 5104 Institutional Advancement

    Warner, JoelleMs.JoelleWarnerManager of Donor Relationsjaw104@pitt.edu Hanley Library362-5104Institutional Advancement

    As manager of donor services, Joelle is responsible for managing the endowment and scholarship stewardship program.  She sends reports to donors and staff members showing the status of endowed funds at Pitt-Bradford.  Joelle assists donors with setting up their endowed funds and coordinates a thank you letter program, where student recipients of the scholarships send thank you letters to the donors.  In addition, she plans and manages special events such as the Leadership Donor Reception and the Donor Scholarship Event. 

    After graduating from Penn State, Joelle began her career as a program coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters of McKean County.  She started at Pitt-Bradford in 2007. 
    In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, baking, walking her dog, and spending time with her Little Sister through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. 
    Joelle Warner can be reached by email at jaw104@pitt.edu or by phone at (814) 362-5091. 

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    13721ContentWeinberg, Kimberly/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=13721

    Ms. Kimberly Marcott Weinberg Assistant Director of Communications and Marketing kmw61@pitt.edu Hanley Library 362 0248 Communications and Marketing B. A. English Washington and Lee University

    Weinberg, KimberlyMs.Kimberly MarcottWeinbergAssistant Director of Communications and Marketingkmw61@pitt.eduHanley Library362-0248Communications and MarketingB.A.EnglishWashington and Lee University1993

    Kimberly is responsible for writing and distributing all of our press releases, handling media relations, producing Portraits alumni magazine and assisting to enhance and protect the image, recognition and reputation of the institution. She is also the primary social media contact and creator of content for the university's accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

    Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Kimberly was a stay-at-home mom and freelance writer and designer. Prior to that, she worked for a decade at two community newspapers, The News-Gazette in Lexington, Va., and The Bradford Era, where she was features editor, then city editor.

    When she's not hunched over her iPhone, Kimberly is often listening to NPR or schlepping her darling 11-year-old daughter, Maddy, to gymnastics or watching her son, Preston, play football or basketball for Bradford Area School District teams. She is a member and past president of the Kiwanis Club of Bradford, an advisor for the joint Temple Beth El-Temple B'Nai Israel Youth Group, and volunteer with the Bradford YMCA and Owls sports boosters. Her husband, Rick, is an active alumnus who graduated in 1994. They live in Bradford with their aforementioned children, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Andy, and cat, which the children mysteriously named after Jackie Robinson.

    Kimberly was the 1994 winner of Best in Show writing for the Virginia Press Association and has won several awards from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association for special projects, public service, investigative reporting and features.
    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/17/2013 12:07:08 PM6/12/2008 4:20:44 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMKimberlyWeinbergWeinberg, Kimberly222A10330False010/17/2013 12:07:08 PM6/12/2008 04:20:44 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=13721
    13781ContentWhitehouse, Dina/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=13781

    Ms. Dina Dry  did13@pitt.edu  108 Hanley Library

    Whitehouse, DinaMs.DinaWhitehouseSerials Specialistdid13@pitt.edu 101A Hanley Library362-7616Hanley LibraryB.A.EnglishUniversity of Pittsburgh Bradford2010A.S.Liberal Arts and HumanitiesJamestown Community CollegeDina is originally from Salamanca, NY.  She enjoys reading, scrapbooking, mountain biking and decorating her house. Dina would one day like to become a School Media Specialist and help to enrich the minds of young students and get them as excited about reading and research as she is!1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/3/2014 1:53:58 PM6/19/2008 3:41:50 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardWhitehouse, Dina222A10330False012/3/2014 01:53:58 PM6/19/2008 03:41:50 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=13781
    23243ContentWhitman, Shelley/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23243

    Ms. Shelley Whitman Administrative Assistant             swhitman@pitt.edu Suite 115 Seneca Building 362-5115 TRiO Educational Talent Search Select one

    Whitman, ShelleyMs.ShelleyWhitmanAdministrative Assistantswhitman@pitt.eduSuite 206 Seneca Building362-5050Center for Rural Health PracticeB.S.Business Administration – ManagementAttending Walden University CertificateAdministrative AssistantJamestown Community CollegeCertificatePublic Housing Manager National Association of Housing Redevelopment

    Ms. Shelley Whitman has over 30+ years of administrative experience. She began her career working for the United Way in Jamestown, NY then returning to the Bradford area to work at an attorney’s office and raise her family.  

    She began working at UPB May, 2011 in the TRiO ETS Program.  With the closing of the TRiO program, she was able to bring her experience to the CRHP.  Ms. Whitman volunteers with the child care programs at the YMCA and the American Cancer Society. 

    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM7/3/2012 1:58:21 PM8/19/2011 11:08:32 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMShelleyWhitmanWhitman, Shelley222A10330False07/3/2012 01:58:21 PM8/19/2011 11:08:32 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=23243
    4304ContentWilliams, Steven/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4304

    Mr. Steven Williams Senior Accountant swillie@upb.pitt.edu 118 Hangar Building 362-0917 Business and Administrative Affairs

    Williams SteveMr.StevenWilliamsSenior Accountantswillie@pitt.edu118 Hangar Building362-0917Business and Administrative Affairs1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/17/2014 4:08:15 PM10/27/2006 5:04:31 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaWilliams, Steven222A10330False06/17/2014 04:08:15 PM10/27/2006 05:04:31 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4304
    22624ContentWolcott, Sarah/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22624

    Sarah Wolcott wolcotsj@pitt.edu 105 Sport and Fitness Center Athletics and Recreational Sports B.A. Philosophy/Pre-Law St. Bonaventure University 2010 Sarah Wolcott enters her second year as assistant head women’s soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh at

    Sarah-WolcottSarah WolcottAssistant Women's Soccer Coachwolcotsj@pitt.edu105 Sport and Fitness Center362-5062Athletics and Recreational SportsB.A.Philosophy/Pre-LawSt. Bonaventure University2010

    Sarah Wolcott enters her third year as assistant head women’s soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

    In 2011, Wolcott helped guide the Panthers to the best season in school history as Pitt-Bradford established a new school record with 13 wins and hosted a postseason match for the first time in program history. The Panthers improved to the second in the conference, totaling seven wins, the highest finish ever in program history. The squad advanced to the AMCC tournament semifinals for the third straight season and ranked among the top defensive teams in the nation.

    In her first season, Wolcott helped instruct Pitt-Bradford to a fifth place finish in the AMCC, and the team advanced to the conference tournament semifinals for the second straight season.

    Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Wolcott played four years of soccer at NCAA Division I St. Bonaventure University. A defender, Wolcott started 70 of the 72 games she appeared in. She was named the St. Bonaventure women’s soccer defensive player of the year her senior year, and was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas Scholar All-East Region team her junior year. Wolcott was a NCAA Academic All-American nominee and was named to the Lowe’s Senior Class Award watch list.

    Wolcott served as the co-captain during the 2010 season for the Maine Tide, a member of the Women’s Premier Soccer League.

    She recently earned her USSF D Coaching Certificate. Over the last five years, Wolcott has coached several club teams and worked with many clinics and camps in the Bradford/Olean area.

    She received her bachelor’s in philosophy/pre-law from St. Bonaventure in 2010 while earning cum laude honors. She also earned a minor in business and nonviolent studies.

    Wolcott currently resides in Olean, N.Y.

    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM8/1/2012 9:57:51 AM4/19/2011 11:36:52 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMDanielElliottWolcott, Sarah222A10330False08/1/2012 09:57:51 AM4/19/2011 11:36:52 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22624
    32868ContentWolfe, Angela/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32868

    Angela Wolfe Coordinator of the Academic Coaching &amp; Tutoring Center awolfe@pitt.edu 224B Hanley Library 362-7674 Academic Coaching and Tutor Center Select one

    AngelaWolfeCoordinator of the Academic Coaching & Tutoring Centerawolfe@pitt.edu224B Hanley Library362-7674Academic Coaching and Tutor CenterM.S.Ed.Agency and Community CounselingSt. Bonaventure University B.S.German and Acting PerformanceAugustana College and Universität PassauAngie is thrilled to join her colleagues in providing academic support services as the Coordinator of the Academic Coaching & Tutoring Center. Prior to joining the Pitt-Bradford team, Angie worked in higher education in a variety of student-centered services. Most recently, Angie served as the Assistant Director of the Career and Professional Readiness Center at St. Bonaventure University where she was instrumental in bringing forth professional development programming to campus student workers, supervisors and professional schools at the university. Additionally, she has worked as a campus mental health counselor and educator, drug and alcohol/judicial counselor, and Higher Education Opportunity Program consultant.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM10/17/2014 9:25:16 AM9/29/2014 9:30:04 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardWolfe, Angela222A10330False010/17/2014 09:25:16 AM9/29/2014 09:30:04 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=32868
    4298ContentWoodley, Deborah/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4298

    Ms. Deborah Woodley Financial Aid Counselor woodley@upb.pitt.edu Hangar Building 362-7668 Financial Aid

    Woodley DeborahMs.DeborahWoodleyAssistant Director of Financial Aid woodley@pitt.eduHangar Building362-7668Financial AidB.A.Business AdministrationHoughton CollegeDeb is a Bradford native and lives in the Bradford area with her family. She is a member of the Penn-York Oil and Gas Affiliates of Desk and Derrick Clubs and a member of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Pitt Crew team.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM5/30/2013 12:35:24 PM10/27/2006 4:56:22 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMPatriciaCerconeWoodley, Deborah222A10330False05/30/2013 12:35:24 PM10/27/2006 04:56:22 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4298
    4318ContentWork, Justin/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4318

    Mr. Justin Work Executive Chef juw18@upb.pitt.edu 136 Frame-Westerberg Commons 362-0986 Dining Services

    Work JustinMr.JustinWorkExecutive Chefjuw18@pitt.edu 136 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-0986Dining Services1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM1/30/2008 4:43:31 PM10/27/2006 5:20:00 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMMeganManginiWork, Justin222A10330False01/30/2008 04:43:31 PM10/27/2006 05:20:00 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4318
    4046ContentWuersig, Klaus/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4046

    Mr. Klaus Wuersig Assistant Professor of Engineering wuersig@upb.pitt.edu 106B Fisher Hall 362-7603 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences M.S. Engineering Science Clarkson University 1972 B. S. Electrical Engineering Tri-State University 1961 Professor Wuersig retired from

    WuersigKlausMr. KlausWuersigAssociate Professor of Engineeringwuersig@pitt.edu106B Fisher Hall362-7680Division of Physical and Computational SciencesM.S.Engineering ScienceClarkson University1972B.S.Electrical EngineeringTri-State University1961Professor Wuersig retired from SUNY-Alfred in 1998 as a full professor.  From 1998 to 2000, he and other experts, set up programs in Information Technology, Math, and Science at a brand new university for women in Dubai, United Arab Emerates.  He also spent a year (1995-1996) setting up programs in Electrical Engineering at University Technology Malaysia at Batu Pahat, Malaysia.The courses he teaches at Pitt-Bradford are mostly related to Electrical and Computer Engineering:  Introduction to Engineering Analysis, Linear Circuits and Systems I and II, Digital Logic, Computer Organization, Engineering Computing, Analysis and Design of Electronic Circuits, Electronic Measurement and Circuits Lab, and Engineering Seminar.At this time in his life, Professor Wuersig's research interest is in Engineering Education.  He has presented numerous papers on this subject at international conferences in Rio DeJaneiro, Sao Paulo, and Santos, Brazil; Berlin, Germany; Gliwice, Poland; San Juan, Puerto Rico, and at conference locations in the United States.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM9/3/2014 4:34:43 PM10/25/2006 10:56:44 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardWuersig, Klaus222A10330False09/3/2014 04:34:43 PM10/25/2006 10:56:44 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=4046
    22905ContentWymer, Eric/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22905

    Eric Wymer erw43@pitt.edu 2nd Floor Seneca Building 362-5050 Choose Department/Division B.A. Criminal Justice and Law Penn State University 2007 Currently working  for NPAARC at the CRHP conducting research on adolescent alcohol and other drug use.  He previously

    Wymer, EricEricWymerNPAARC Research Associateerw43@pitt.edu2nd Floor Seneca Building362-5047Center for Rural Health PracticeB.A.Criminal Justice and LawPenn State University2007Eric is currently working  for NPAARC at the Center for Rural Health Practice, conducting research on adolescent alcohol and other drug use.  He previously worked at Abraxas I Youth and Family Services in Marienville, PA.   While there he worked as a drug and alcohol counselor then moved within the school assisting the guidance department.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/12/2012 3:02:09 PM6/2/2011 10:51:52 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMNickoleEggerWymer, Eric222A10330False06/12/2012 03:02:09 PM6/2/2011 10:51:52 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=22905
    3850ContentYaich, Lauren/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3850

    Lauren Yaich Division Chair, Associate Professor of Biology yaich@upb.pitt.edu 203F Fisher Hall 362-0260 Division of Biological and Health Sciences Ph. D. Molecular Biology Vanderbilt University B. A. Biology Colgate University Dr. Yaich currently teaches Intro to Cell & Mol

    Yaich LaurenDr.LaurenYaichAssociate Professor of Biologyyaich@pitt.edu106 Fisher Hall362-0260Division of Biological and Health SciencesPh.D.Molecular BiologyVanderbilt UniversityB.A.BiologyColgate UniversityDr. Yaich currently teaches Introduction to Cell & Molecular Biology, Genetics, Developmental Biology, Cell Biology, and Topics - Cancer Biology, as well as supervising an active undergraduate research program.Before coming to Pitt-Bradford, Yaich served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan, where she conducted independent research on Drosophila neural development.  Prior to that, she taught at Vanderbilt University, where she earned her doctorate in molecular biology.  Her dissertation was titled "Estrogen Receptor Expression in Human Breast Cancer."

    Dr. Yaich has a number of awards, including a National Science Foundation Developmental Neurobiology Fellowship, and a grant from the National Institutes of Health.  She is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Yaich has also received the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award.


    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/22/2014 9:35:02 AM10/20/2006 1:48:35 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaYaich, Lauren222A10330False012/22/2014 09:35:02 AM10/20/2006 01:48:35 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3850
    33458ContentYormick, Emilee/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=33458

    Emily Yormick Assistant Director of Residence Life ejy8@pitt.edu Residential Life and Housing Select one

    EmileeYormickAssistant Director of Residence Lifeejy8@pitt.edu214 Frame-Westerberg Commons362-5196Residential Life and HousingM.S.Ed.Higher Education AdministrationState University of New York at Buffalo; University at Buffalo2013B.A.PsychologyMedaille College2011

    Emilee is  originally from Hamburg, NY. While attending Medaille College she was a resident assistant and an admissions ambassador. These two positions helped her find her niche in Student Affairs. She spent her time at UB as a graduate assistant in Alcohol and Other Drugs. Her purpose was to help educate students about alcohol use on and off campus.

    In between her first and second year at UB, she landed a summer internship position at Pitt-Bradford. Her summer here consisted of various projects and understanding the role of a Residence Life and Housing Office. She loved it! She knew leaving that summer, She needed to find my way back to Bradford! I loved my interactions with the students over the summer, during random visits back to campus. Emilee looks forward to working with faculty, staff and students as the upcoming weeks unfold. I'm excited to learn more about the vibrant culture at Pitt-Bradford and use her professional experience to collaborate with new staff in the goal of having a positive impact on student experience.

    Typically if you cannot find her in the office, She can be found out walking the trail, helping students plan and execute a program, or catching a game in the KOA Arena (Go Panthers!!). She looks forward to being back on campus and meeting everyone.


    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM12/9/2014 3:40:10 PM12/9/2014 11:09:19 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaYormick, Emilee222A10330False012/9/2014 03:40:10 PM12/9/2014 11:09:19 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=33458
    4054ContentYousif, Hashim/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4054

    Dr. Hashim Yousif Director of Physical Sciences Program, Professor of Physics yousif@upb.pitt.edu 105C Fisher Hall 362-7603 Division of Physical and Computational Sciences Ph. D. University of Arizona B. S. University of Baghdad Dr. Yousif joined the faculty at Pitt-Bradford in 1

    Yousif HashimDr.HashimYousifDirector of Physical Sciences Program, Professor of Physicsyousif@pitt.edu105C Fisher Hall362-7603Division of Physical and Computational SciencesPh. D.University of ArizonaB. S.University of BaghdadDr. Yousif joined the faculty at Pitt-Bradford in 1989.  He has developed and taught a variety of courses in:  physics, mathematics, astronomy, computer sciences, engineering, and general education.He enjoys vegetable gardening for his family, listening to classical and Arabic music, and reading the newspaper. Dr. Yousif likes to explore the Internet for interesting material.Dr. Yousif has authored numerous articles on electromagnetic scattering, computing special functions, and quantum statistical mechanics which have appeared in leading journals.  He has received many grants, including several from the Department of Energy.1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM6/26/2008 11:25:21 AM10/25/2006 11:21:54 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMAmyWardYousif, Hashim222A10330False06/26/2008 11:25:21 AM10/25/2006 11:21:54 AMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/facultydetail.aspx?id=4054
    3948ContentZiaukas, Tim/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3948

    Mr. Tim Ziaukas Director of Public Relations Program, Associate Professor of Public Relations timz@upb.pitt.edu

    Ziaukas, TimothyMr.TimZiaukasDirector of Public Relations Program, Professor of Public Relationstimz@pitt.edu105 Blaisdell Hall362-7647Division of Communication and the ArtsM.F.A.Creative Non-FictionUniversity of Pittsburgh1993M.A.LiteratureUniversity of Pittsburgh1976B.A.LiteratureUniversity of Pittsburgh1973A.A.Liberal ArtsRobert Morris University1971Tim Ziaukas, a professor of public relations (PR), is director of the PR program and teaches courses in PR, journalism, communications and popular culture at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

    Teaching at Pitt-Bradford since 1994, Tim believes that public relations is, in many ways, the characteristic profession of our time. "We're really managers of communications. We're story tellers, and every company, product, or service has to tell its story to a variety of groups," he explains. "In Pitt-Bradford's PR program, you learn how to be efficient and ethically-sound story-tellers in the face of budget-conscious clients, a welter of media, and activist consumers. Public relations is an exciting and growing profession."

    Tim is a native of Pittsburgh.

    His scholarly work has appeared in the Journal of Public Relations Research, Public Relations Quarterly, Western Pennsylvania History, American Journalism: A Journal of Media History, and KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt, among other journals.
    1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM11/24/2014 9:40:38 AM10/23/2006 6:24:52 PM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaZiaukas, Tim222A10330False011/24/2014 09:40:38 AM10/23/2006 06:24:52 PMArchive_Expire/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=3948
    30831ContentZondlo, Joseph/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30831

    Joseph Zondlo General Manager jzondlo@pitt.edu Commons 362-7582 Dining Services Select one

    JosephZondloGeneral Managerjzondlo@pitt.eduCommons362-7582Dining ServicesSelect one1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM2/5/2014 10:41:02 AM2/5/2014 10:41:00 AM12/31/9999 11:59:59 PMJamesPascarellaZondlo, Joseph222A10330False02/5/2014 10:41:02 AM2/5/2014 10:41:00 AMUndefined/WorkArea/images/application/spacer.gif/WorkArea/images/application/thumb_spacer.png/templates/FacultyDetail.aspx?id=30831