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College Welcomes New Faculty Members

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The College of Health and Public Affairs is pleased to welcome this month more than a dozen new faculty members, many of whom were photographed at the college's new-faculty orientation on Aug. 22.

NEW FACULTY MEMBERS - AUGUST 2014

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Todd Fix, Instructor
Richard Zraick, Professor and Chair
Julia Matura, Instructor (Clinical)

Department of Health Management and Informatics
Varadraj Gurupur, Assistant Professor
Meredith Robertson, Instructor 
Carla Sampson, Visiting Instructor

Department of Health Professions
Julia Marian, Lecturer*

Department of Legal Studies

Jason Fiesta, Lecturer*
Timothy Ravich, Assistant Professor

School of Public Administration
David Mitchell, Assistant Professor
Susan Spice, Instructor
Daniel Stephens, Instructor

Doctoral Program in Public Affairs
Robyne Stevenson, Visiting Associate Professor*

School of Social Work
Kimberley Gryglewicz, Assistant Professor
Reshawna Chapple, Assistant Professor
Jaewon Lee, Visiting Instructor*
Tracy Wharton, Assistant Professor

* Not pictured
Began later in fall 2013; attended 2014 faculty orientation 

 

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