UC Clermont

Meet our Faculty

At UC Clermont, we pride ourselves in having dedicated, quality faculty who really care about our students. Many of our faculty have advanced degrees and real-world experience which translates into a group of people who are experienced in their respective fields, capable of sharing the information they have attained throughout their education and careers, and interested in student success.

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Nicholas P. Abel

Associate Professor of Physics, CC Physics

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513-732-5200

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Abdullah M. H. Abu-Rqayiq

Asst Professor, CC Mathematics

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513-558-8025

I am interested in studying population dynamics. I implement the general theory of dynamical systems to describe and capture the behavior of solutions. I apply different mathematical approaches for this purpose. For instance, I apply the adaptive dynamics approach combined with the singularity theory to study the evolutionary dynamics of competitive phenotypes. I also use the control theory to optimize the cost of treatment for tumor virotherapy. I apply a fractional derivative approach to capture the memory of the derivative to enhance the understanding of related systems.
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Stephanie Alcantar

Assistant Professor, CC Foreign Language

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513-558-4780

Stephanie Alcantar holds a Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures from the University of Cincinnati. She completed her BA in Applied Mathematics from the Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango in Mexico before moving to Cincinnati to complete her MA in Spanish at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Alcantar has published five books of poetry and the book El orden del infinito: relectura de un tema borgiano. Her research consists of a semiotic study of mathematical concepts and their relationship to literary works. It focuses on hybrid texts, which are those that develop new meanings and unprecedented aesthetical experiences from the resignification of mathematical concepts.

Dr. Alcantar has taught Latin American Studies, Hispanic and Chicano Literature, and Spanish at the University of Cincinnati and Miami University.

Her creative writing is included in magazines and anthologies published in Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Spain, Poland, Mexico, and the United States.
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Victoria S. Appatova

Professor, CC English

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Victoria Appatova is Professor of English at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College. She has more than thirty years of experience in post-secondary literacy instruction and research. She has served as President of the College Reading and Learning Association, Co-Director for the Teaching Academic Survival and Success national conference, and Chair of the College Literacy and Learning Special Interest Group of the International Literacy Association. She is also a Fellow of the Academy for Teaching and Learning at the University of Cincinnati and a Fellow of the Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations, the highest honor in the USA conferred upon professionals in learning assistance, tutoring, and developmental education. Her scholarship is focused on post-secondary literacy as well as effective learning environments for different student populations and widening access and participation in global higher education.
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Jeffrey C. Bauer

Dean, CC College

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513-558-6946

Dr. Jeffrey C. Bauer is Dean of the University of Cincinnati - Clermont and Professor of Management and Marketing. Dr. Bauer's experience includes more than 10 years in industry and 25 years in academe. The University of Cincinnati - Clermont serves over 3,000 students in 60 academic programs on a beautiful wooded 90 acre campus. The college employs 160 full-time faculty and staff and 250 adjunct faculty with an annual operating budget of approximately $26M.
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A. Page Page Beetem

Assoc Professor, CC Paralegal Studies

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859-912-1500

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David L Blevins

Assistant Professor Educator, CC Surgical Technology

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513-558-9870

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Sharon L. Burns

Professor, CC English

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513-558-5347

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Kimberly Ann Buschmeier

Instructor - Educator, CC Respiratory Therapy

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513-558-4758

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Catie E. Carlson

Assoc Librarian, CC Library

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513-558-5164

Catie E. Carlson is an Associate Librarian and the Library Director for the Clermont College Library. She has been serving in academic libraries for a decade in various capacities in circulation, instruction, reference, and management. 
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Anuradha R. Chatterjee

Associate Professor, CC English

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513-558-4525

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Suguna Chundur

Professor, CC Information Technology

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513-732-5200

 I was hired as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at UC Clermont in 2005 and currently work as Professor of Information Technology there. I have a Masters in Systems Analysis and Design  from Miami University's School of Engineering and Applied Science and a PhD in Educational Research Methods from College of Education and Crimnal Justice, University of Cincinnati.

My interests are in exploring the use of open source software in the academic environment, pedagogy of teaching and learning in online environments, student learning and retention in introductory computer programming courses, exploring digital divide among adult learners and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on teaching and learning.  I teach a range of courses in programming, web development, systems administration and information security.  I am also currently working on ABET accreditation of the IT program at UC Clermont.
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Krista L Clark

Assoc Dean, CC Academic Affairs

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Emily Christine Clem

Asst Professor - Educator, CC Respiratory Therapy

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Kimberly A Clifford

Assistant Professor Educator, CC Foreign Language

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Ian Clough

Associate Professor, CC Mathematics

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Andy Curran

Professor, CC Digital Media Technology

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Teaching at UC since 2001

Research interests include: Media History, Media Effects, Media Usage, Media Business Models

Focus of research is on music & sports radio (AM, FM, Satellite, Web), programming on extra channels
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Brian Thomas Derico

Asst Professor - Educator, CC English

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513-558-6960

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Bernadette E. Dietz

Professor, CC Sociology

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Thomas Henry Dinsmore

Professor, CC Foreign Language

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513-558-8233

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Kaylin G Earnest

Asst Professor, CC Chemistry

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513-558-4776

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Prince F Ellis

Assoc Professor, CC Economics

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513-558-7571

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Katie Elizabeth Faris

Asst Professor - Educator, CC Physical Therapy Assisting

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513-732-5339

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Sarah Catherine King Ferguson

Asst Professor, CC Mathematics

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513-558-8025

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Cassandra D Fetters

Professor, CC English

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513-732-5200

Associate Professor of English.
Dr. Fetters received her PhD from the University of Kentucky. She is the Coordinator of the English and Liberal Arts Programs at UC Clermont, where she teaches composition and American literature courses.  
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Darline Foltz

Associate Professor Educator, CC Health Information Technology

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513-543-3107

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Patricia E Friel

Professor, CC Communications

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Kelly Frigard

Professor, CC Fine Arts

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513-732-5334

Master of Fine Arts, University of Iowa
BA, North Park University
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Habtu Ghebre-Ab

Professor, CC HIST/PS/PHIL

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513-732-5260

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Patty A Goedl

Professor, CC Accounting

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513-515-0087

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Jill M. Gomez

Professor, CC Social Work

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513-732-5266

Dr. Jill Gomez, Jill Gomez, LISW-S, LICDC-CS is a full-time, tenured faculty member at UC Clermont College. In 2016 she became a certified Chopra Center Perfect Health Ayurveda Instructor.   As an Ayurveda educator she is commitment to teaching mindfulness/meditation and balance to graduate level students and/or other interested individuals. Dr. Gomez has spent the past the past 30 years serving individuals and families impacted by substance use disorders. Prior to her work as a consultant she worked part-time for the Mental Health and Recovery Board in Warren and Clinton County. Her work on the local level has been extensive as well as her role as a CARF accreditation surveyor.
 
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Christopher S Goodman

Associate Professor Educator, CC CAD & CIM

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513-558-5344

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Kristi Jo Hall

Ms., CC Information Technology

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513-558-4807

Kristi Hall is an Assistant Professor of Information Technology at the University of Cincinnati, Clermont College. She has a Master’s degree in instructional technology and design and has taught information technology and computer science for several institutions over the past 25 years. She teaches courses in IT fundamentals, programming, networking, digital media and IT ethics,  She has also served as an instructional designer and coordinator of distance learning for a small private college in Southern Ohio and has worked in the information technology field.
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Nestor T Hilvano

Professor, CC Biology

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513-558-5230


Dr. Nestor Hilvano is Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences (since July 31, 2024) at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College, Science and Health Department. Following 19 years as a professor and a chair of Anatomy Department at Far Eastern University-NRMF Institute of Medicine and St. Luke's Medical Center College of Medicine, and as a professor at OLFU College of Medicine, Nestor served 18 years at University of Cincinnati as a professor, academic coordinator, university faculty liaison on dual enrollment program, and professor affiliate of pathophysiology at UC College of Nursing, Doctor of Nurse Practice- Anesthesia. He also served as a chair of various committees such as the College Academic Assessment, College RPT, College Faculty Development, College Faculty Planning, College Academic Advising, College Student Affairs, College Student Appeal and Grievance, College Student Honors, College Teaching and Learning, UC Pipeline Advising, UC Early Alert Program, and Science and Health (SH) RPT, SH Laboratory Safety, SH Merit Pay, SH Sabbatical Leave, and SH Faculty Searches. Dr. Hilvano holds an MD (Doctor of Medicine) and MPH (Master of Public Health) degrees, and has general medicine/family physician private practice that manages common and long-term illnesses, focusing on overall health and well-being, and as occupational health care physician focusing on the prevention and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses.  

He is a Fellow in Anatomy Society and active member of the American Association for Anatomy (AAA). He has served as Career Development Mentor for the Mentor Match program, a virtual microscopy database user, and has served in the Committee for Early Career Anatomists, Advisory Committee for Young Anatomists, and Short Term Visiting Scholarship Committee of the AAA. He is a peer reviewer of abstracts and articles in anatomical-biomedical science and educational research, and external peer reviewer on anatomy video resource.
 
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Kathleen M Hulgin

Professor, CC Education

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A. M. Hunt

Assoc Professor, CC Geology/Geography

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Kim A Hunter

Associate Professor Business Applications Technology, CC Business Applications Technology

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513-312-1387

Kim Hunter is an Associate Professor and Academic Coordinator of the fully-online Business Applications Technology program at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College.   Kim earned her B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and M.B.A. from the University of Toledo and began working in the corporate Management Information System department of Owens Corning Fiberglas (OCF) after completing her undergraduate degree.   She left OCF after five (5) years to begin her teaching and IT Consulting career.  Kim taught programming, microcomputer applications, database, and system analysis courses and coordinated the Computer Information System programs at the University of Toledo Community and Technical College and then at Mount St. Joseph University (MSJ) in Cincinnati.
Kim assumed the role of Director, Instructional Technology at MSJ in 2005.  She managed the Learning Management System, Online Initiative program, and Outcomes Assessment System, and continued teaching fully online courses.  Kim is a certified Quality Matters (QM) Master Review and Applying the Quality Matters Rubric face-to-face facilitator for the Ohio QM Consortium. 
 
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Kimberly Jacobs-Beck

Professor, CC English

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513-558-6950

Kim Jacobs-Beck is Professor of English at UC Clermont. She joined the college in 2001. Dr. Jacobs-Beck teaches both literature and composition courses. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing - Poetry and a PhD in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature, both from MIami University. She also serves as Clermont's assessment coordinator.
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Diane Kallmeyer

Dr. , CC Biology

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513-558-4773

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Frederic James Krome

Professor, CC HIST/PS/PHIL

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Professor Krome received his Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in 1992. He taught at Northern Kentucky University prior to joining the staff at the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives in 1998. He also taught classes for the Judaic Studies Program and the A & S History department.  In 2007 he joined the faculty at the University of Clermont College, where he is now a Professor of History.
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Lenora J Lada

Instructor - Educator, CC Medical Assisting

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740-629-4968

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Kathleen Marie Ladell

Assoc Librarian, CC Library

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513-558-8203

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Karen M. Lankisch

Professor, CC Health Information Technology

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513-732-5250

Karen Lankisch, RHIA, CHDA, CPC, CPPM, CEHRS has been working in higher education for over 25 years. She has over 10 years’ experience working in a variety of healthcare settings. I have a Ph.D. in Education, a M.Ed. in Education as well as a Bachelor of Science in Business, and a Post-Bachelor Certificate in Healthcare Management. She has experience developing online courses and programs. Dr. Lankisch is a Quality Matters Master Peer Reviewer and an APPQMR face-to-face and online workshop facilitator. She has served on the panel of reviewers for the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) since 2016. Dr. Lankisch has co-authored two textbooks and is a contributing author for Health Information Technology. Her education research interests are emerging technology, online course design and constructivist approaches to adult education. In healthcare her area of interests is EHR systems, healthcare analytics, and quality of healthcare.
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Ronald P Leslie

Professor, CC Psychology

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513-732-5200

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Chao B. Li

Assoc Professor, CC English

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Linda L. Long

Professor, CC Marketing

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Sherry Ann Long

Assoc Professor, CC Education

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513-558-1249

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Gregory D. Loving

Professor, CC Philosophy

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Noah MacKenzie

Professor, CC Psychology

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513-558-1021

My research background is in Psychology, with an emphasis on Auditory Perception. After doing my Ph.D. in Cognitive/Experimental Psych at Ohio State, I taught for a number of years at the University of Wisconsin before coming to UC. My research interests include the perception of time in music and other auditory sequences and the interaction of temporal and spatial qualities of these sequences. I have also published work on the effects of framing and ad-hominem attacks on attitudes and decision-making, and regularly present and discuss research on current best practices in Psych pedagogy. I absolutely love teaching and am thrilled that Psychology is such a big part of my life. Finally, I get extremely intense about music and can usually be found listening to it and/or making it.
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David G.C. Madrid

Assoc Professor, CC Foreign Language

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Dr. David Gomez-Cambronero Madrid is an Assistant Professor of Spanish at theDepartment English, Langauge and Fine Arts at the University of Cincinnati's Clermont College campus. His primary research fields include 19th, 20th and 21st century Spanish poetry and he is currently working on his doctoral thesis entitled In Search of Elysium: Spanish Poetry of Diferencia at the Dawn of the 20th century. His ancillary interests include Spanish Golden Age and 20th century Avant-Garde theatre as well as theories on social systems. He has taught all levels of basic Spanish, is currently teaching an Online Spanish section, and will be an assistant teacher for a 19th and 20th century Spanish Novel course. Additionaly, he has chaired the 2013 Romance Lanuage Conference and is currently the Editorial Assistant of the Cincinnati Romance Review journal (cromrev.com). He has a journal article under revision and is completing a personal book of poetry.
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Ganesh B Malla

Assoc Professor, CC Mathematics

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513-765-9218

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Karen M. M Mathis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, CC Biology

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513-558-1052

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Wanda McCarthy

Professor, CC Psychology

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513-556-5400

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Douglas Robert McPhillips

Asst Professor - Educator, CC CAD & CIM

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513-558-8236

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Erin Michelle Morrow

Assistant Professor Educator, CC Health Information Technology

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937-218-6701

Erin Morrow is an Assistant Professor Educator in the Health Information Systems Technology Program. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in HIM from the University of Cincinnati.  Before beginning at the University she was the Director of Health Information Management & Ethics/Compliance Officer at Clinton Memorial Hospital.  She oversaw the HIM Department which encompassed release of information, chart processing, abstracting as well as Inpatient and Outpatient coding.  As Ethics & Compliance officer she was responsible for any ethics/compliance related investigations as well as any HIPAA related concerns.   She is pursuing her Master's degree at the University of Cincinnati in Curriculum & Design. 

Mrs. Morrow has been married to her husband Don for 20 years and they have three children, Morgan, Mason and Maya.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family boating at Lake Cumberland as well as traveling.  Her favorite destinations are Mexico and St. Thomas. 
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Girija Nair-Hart

Professor, CC Mathematics

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Erin Peters

Assistant Professor Educator, CC Health Information Technology

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Erin Peters is an Assistant Professor, Educator in the Online Health Information Systems Technology Program at UC Clermont College.  Mrs. Peters has a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management from the University of Cincinnati and an Associate of Science in Health Information Systems Technology from UC Clermont College. In addition, Mrs. Peters has an Associate of Science degree from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Currently, Mrs. Peters is completing a Master's of Healthcare Administration from the College of Allied Health at the Univeristy of Cincinnati. Prior to joining UC Clermont College as an Educator, Mrs. Peters spent her career in long-term care and specialized in electronic and paper health records and the management of the Health Information Management and Information Technology departments. Mrs. Peters has over 13 years of experience in the field.
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Brenda K. Poynter

Associate Professor Educator, CC Surgical Technology

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513-558-6219

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Brad Price, CPA

Asst Professor, CC Accounting

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513-558-5666

Brad graduated from UC Clermont with an Associate of Arts degree in Pre-Business Administration, Summa Cum Laude, and went on to complete his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Summa Cum Laude, and Master of Science, Business Administration (MBA) degrees in Accounting at UC's Lindner College of Business.  While pursuing these degrees at UC, Brad received the 2013 UC Clermont Outstanding Sophomore Award, was recognized as the 2015 Lindner College of Business Outstanding Non-Traditional Student, and served as an Honor Graduate and Commencement Marshall for his three graduation ceremonies at UC.  After graduation, Brad went on to earn licensure as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Ohio and Kentucky.  Having worked in public accounting with large and mid-sized accounting firms as a tax manager with a myriad of business and individual clients, Brad brings considerable professional experienced to his role as an instructor.
Brad is a proud United States Marine Corps veteran and is committed to giving back to his community and the University.  Brad is a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs, serves on the UC Clermont Faculty Affairs Committee, and is chair of the Faculty Development Committee.  Additionally, Brad currently serves as the Program Director, Applied Administration, Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (BTAS) program.
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Rebecca Leigh Proud

Doctor, CC English

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Rebecca Proud completed her undergraduate work at the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University.  She completed her MA at Eastern Kentucky Universty in Medieval Britisth Literature before moving to Waco, Texas where she earned  a PhD at Baylor University.  Her dissertation focused on the legend of King Arthur and Malory's Morte D'Arthur. She has been at UC Clermont since Fall of 2006.
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Meera Rastogi

Professor, CC Psychology

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Meera Rastogi, PhD, PSYPACT, ATR-BC is a licensed psychologist, board certified and registered art therapist, and psychology professor at the University of Cincinnati, Clermont College. She teaches in the psychology program and directs the University’s Pre-Art Therapy Certificate Program. Dr. Rastogi received the 2023 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, the 2021 Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching Outside of the Classroom, and the 2019 Lucille Pederson Hardgrove Exemplary Educator Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southwest Ohio. She has a secondary appointment with the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation and is an affiliate of the UC Psychology Department. In addition to teaching, Dr. Rastogi runs art therapy groups for people with movement disorders and multiple sclerosis at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute and sees individual clients through a telehealth company.
 
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Phoebe P. Reeves

Prof., CC English

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513-558-5231

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Jeffery Scott Rubel

Professor, CC Paralegal Studies

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513-558-8217

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Rob D Rude

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Darrell Scott Rudmann

Professor, CC Humanities

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Mona M Sedrak

Professor, CC Science & Health

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Jill M Shirokawa

Assoc Professor, CC Chemistry

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513-558-6982

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Carolyn Shisler

Assistant Professor Educator, CC Physical Therapy Assisting

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513-558-5201

Prof. Shisler is an Assistant Professor and the Program Director for the Physical Therapist Assistant Program.

She holds a B.S. in physical therapy from Marquette University and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Cincinnati. 

Her teaching content is in the area of acute care physical therapy and the medically complex patient. Most recently, her focus has been on improving collaboration and communication within the PT-PTA team. Prof. Shisler has established intraprofessional experiences with two local DPT programs and completed her master’s theses on the intraprofessional team as it relates to the entry-level skills for the acute care PTA.

Her goal as a faculty member is to relate her love for her patients and her profession to her students.  Physical therapy is more than just treating a diagnosis, it is treating a person. She is also passionate about teaching physical therapists and student physical therapists the abundance of knowledge and skills that physical therapist assistants bring to the clinical setting and their patients.

Despite her teaching and administrative schedule, Prof. Shisler continues to work at The Christ Hospital in the acute care setting evaluating and treating people who are critically ill and/or recovering from medical and surgical diagnoses. She has been a practicing PT for over 30 years.
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Gregory S Sojka

Professor, CC English

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513-732-5256

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Wantanee Suntikul

Assoc Professor - Visiting, Hospitality Management

Wantanee Suntikul received her Masters and PhD from the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey, Guildford, England. She has been teaching and researching for over 15 years, previously in Macao, Hong Kong and Bhutan. Her core research interest and expertise are in gastronomy and tourism, cultural festival tourism, sustainable hospitality, and political and social aspects of tourism and hospitality development. Her geographical research areas include Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, China, Hong Kong, Macao and Bhutan. She has published in the leading journals in the field. Dr. Suntikul’s recent books include “Tourism and Political Change”, “Tourism and Political Change” (2nd ed.), “Tourism and War” and “Tourism and Religion: Issues and Implications”. Dr. Suntikul is also Joint Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Tourism, Culture & Communication” and an Associate Editor of the journal “Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights”.
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M. Vicky Gomez-Stallons

Assistant Professor, CC Biology

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513-558-4769

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Kim Rae Taylor

Assoc Professor, CC Fine Arts

272-M CLER MCDONH

513-732-5244

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Jo Ann Thompson

Associate Professor, CC English

255 CC West Woods Acad Cntr

859-750-0654

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Michael Vislocky

Associate Professor, CC Mathematics

215P CLER MCDONH

513-732-5307

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Wayne Wallace

Assistant Professor, CC Criminal Justice

CC Facil Mgmt Bldg

513-558-5345

Dr. Wallace is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Technology at the University of Cincinnati, Clermont College. Dr. Wallace serves as the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator including the Clermont Police Academy, which is an OPOTA certified peace officer training certification program. Dr. Wallace is a retired police detective and special agent with the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID). 
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Charles Bradley Warburton

Asst Professor - Educator, CC Mathematics

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513-558-8025

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Debra R. Way

Professor, CC Economics

275 CC West Woods Acad Cntr

513-732-5328

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Emily Grace Westbrook

Assistant Professor, CC Chemistry

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513-558-4777

Dr. Emily Westbrook is an Assistant Professor of General Chemistry in the Science & Health Department at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College. She has true passion for teaching and chemistry, and enjoys teaching her General Chemistry lecture and lab courses. 
 
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Bozena Barbara Widanski

Professor, CC Chemistry

215 C CLER MCDONH

513-732-5248

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Margaret Virginia Williams

Asst Professor, CC English

CLER MCDONH

513-558-8025

Margaret Williams completed her Bachelor's at the University of Alabama, her Master's of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of North Carolina - Asheville, her Master's in composition & rhetoric at Western Carolina Univesity, and her PhD in Rhetoric at Texas Woman's University. She's also a former newspaper reporter and managing editor. Her research focuses on writing studies — especially rhetorical ecologies, digital rhetorics, feminist rhetorics, and multimodality. Her dissertation focused on the intersection of feminism and digital/multimodal rhetorics in a U.S. presidential election: "Absence and Rhetorical (Non) Circulation: 'Nasty Woman' Kamala Harris in 2020."
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Danielle Winget

Assistant Professor, CC Biology

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360-525-7270

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William L Wise

Assoc Professor, CC Marketing

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513-556-5400

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Wei Zha

Professor, CC Communications

215E CLER MCDONH

513-558-1566