College Welcomes New Faculty Members
The College of Health and Public Affairs is pleased to welcome 19 new faculty members this year, including those who attended the college’s New Faculty Orientation on Aug. 29 (pictured below) and others starting this fall, as well as those who joined the faculty earlier this year.
(Left to right) Michael Caudy, assistant professor of criminal justice; Jill Viglione, assistant professor of criminal justice; James Ray V, assistant professor of criminal justice; Elizabeth Arnold, director of the new Center for Behavioral Health Research and Training and professor of social work; Eunkyung “Muriel” Lee, assistant professor of health sciences; Estelli Ramos, instructor of social work (returning); Amy Thomas, instructor of communication sciences and disorders; Kelly Ann Stevens, assistant professor of public administration; Jennifer Calame, instructor of social work; Carolyn Buchanan, clinical instructor of communication sciences and disorders; and Abdul-Akeem Sadiq, associate professor of public administration.
New this fall but not pictured are Erin Brown, director of clinical education and clinical assistant professor of physical therapy; Laurie Buchanan, visiting instructor of criminal justice; Amy Englehoven, director of Aphasia House and lecturer of communication sciences and disorders; Kyle Riding, lecturer of health sciences (COPHA profile pending); Brittny Wells, assistant professor of health sciences; and Angela White-Jones, Master of Research Administration program director and lecturer of public administration.
New earlier this year but not pictured are Lauren Bislick Wilson, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders; Debra Ross, lecturer in criminal justice; and Olga Lucia Russell, instructor of health management and informatics.