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UW-Eau Claire Welcomes New Faculty and Academic Staff

RELEASED: Aug. 22, 2005

EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire welcomes more than 60 new faculty and academic staff members to its campus community with the start of the 2005-06 academic year. Included are a number of staff members returning in a new capacity:

Nina Albanese, psychologist, Counseling Services
Cindy Albert, associate lecturer, kinesiology
Tiffany Ankeny, clinical instructor, adult health nursing
Barbara Arnold, associate lecturer, management and marketing
Deborah Blake, preschool teacher, Children's Center
Melissa Boellaard, clinical instructor, adult health nursing
Kristina Bourne, assistant professor, management and marketing
Anne Cummings, assistant professor, foreign languages
Carrie Dachel, Americorps* Vista member, Center for Service-Learning
Lance Dalleck, assistant professor, kinesiology
Jeff De Grave, associate lecturer, geography and anthropology
Barbara Enright (2004), outreach specialist for health care programming, Continuing Education
Manuel Fernandez (2003), assistant professor, foreign languages
Farrah Fossum, Jumpstart associate site manager, Center for Service-Learning
R. Matthew Germonprez, assistant professor, management information systems
Jean Geurink, assistant professor, communication and journalism
Roberta Goodman, senior psychologist, Counseling Services
Garry Grant, lecturer, kinesiology; head athletic trainer, athletics
John Grauer Jr., senior lecturer, English
C. Kate Hale (1987), interim assistant to the chancellor for affirmative action
Gail Hanson Brenner, clinical instructor, nursing systems
Kirby Harless, residence hall director, Housing and Residence Life
Gregory Hellenbrand, lecturer, music and theatre arts
Karen Henning, interim policy and planning analyst, Learning and Technology Services
Christopher Hlas, assistant professor, mathematics
Nan Huai, assistant professor, psychology
Sharon Hydo (2002), instructor, nursing systems
Stephanie Jamelske, budget officer, Academic Affairs
Jeffrey Janot, assistant professor, kinesiology
Michael Johnston, visiting assistant professor, psychology
Matthew Kender (2004), assistant football coach/event manager, athletics
Lee-Ellen Kirkhorn, associate professor, family health nursing
Vladimir Kotomin, assistant professor, accounting and finance
George Kroeninger, director, Continuing Education
Lynn Larabee, assistant director, Children's Center
Vicki Lord Larson (1973), interim chancellor
Mary Leibham, assistant professor, psychology
Edward Leustek (2004), lecturer, chemistry
Timothy Lippold (1985), assistant professor, communication sciences and disorders
Stephen McRoberts, lecturer, foreign languages
Sunny Mitchell (2004), preschool teacher, Children's Center
R. Denise Myers, director, Educational Access Programs and Educational Opportunity Center
Kathleen Nybroten, lecturer, sociology
Jill Pinkney Pastrana, associate professor, foundations of education
Ernestina Ries, associate lecturer, foreign languages
Chad Ronnander, post doctoral fellow, history
Wanda Ryan, associate lecturer, social work
Yanick St. Jean, visiting assistant professor, sociology
Michelle Sather, preschool teacher, Children's Center
Kristin Schaupp, assistant professor, philosophy and religious studies
Sherrie Serros, associate professor, mathematics
Paul Shepherd, assistant director for information management and student programs and activities, Housing and Residence Life
Rhetta Standifer, assistant professor, management and marketing
Luke Strand, head men's hockey coach, athletics
Gretchen Switalski (2004), admissions counselor, Admissions
Ann Tandy, lecturer, English
Lisa Theo (2000), assistant professor, geography and anthropology
Fabiola Varela-Garcia, assistant professor, foreign languages
Karen Welch (1985), assistant professor, English
Todd Wellnitz, assistant professor, biology
Ren Xiuling, visiting faculty, foreign languages

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