Faculty and staff appointments

The summer issue included a list of new faculty and staff joining this campus community, and the following joined since that time:

  • Will Friesen, chemistry professor, holds a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry and mass spectrometry from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Tabor College (Hillsboro, Kan.).
  • Marilyn Galliardt, Food Service.
  • Erin Hershberger ’10, nursing clinical instructor, holds a bachelor of science in nursing from Tabor College. She is pursuing a master’s in nursing education from Wichita (Kan.) State University and works at Kidron Bethel Village (North Newton, Kan.).
  • Mahlon Janzen ’77, Campus Facilities.
  • Chandra Johnson, Intensive English Program director, holds a master’s in TESOL from Fresno (Calif.) Pacific University and a bachelor’s in English from Tabor College. She has twenty years of teaching experience as well as several years of administrative experience directing intensive English language programs.
  • Nick Ladd ’14, Bible professor, holds a master’s in elementary education from Grand Valley State University (Allendale, Mich.), and was most recently co-pastor of Salem Mennonite Church in Waldron, Mich.
  • Megan Leary, mathematics professor, has a master of science in mathematics from the University of Oklahoma (Norman) and a bachelor’s from Bethel College (North Newton, Kan.).
  • Collin Loutensock ’16, athletic administrative assistant, intramural director and athletics events manager for volleyball and basketball, holds a bachelor’s in sports communication from Newman University (Wichita, Kan.).
  • Serena Lytle, assistant athletic trainer, has a master’s from Missouri Baptist University (St. Louis).
  • Michele Miller ’74 Sharp, athletics compliance and eligibility specialist, earned a physician assistant degree from Alderson Broaddus University (Phillippi, W.V.) and a bachelor’s from Goshen (Ind.) College.
  • Colby Moritz, database and systems administrator, studied network administration at Wichita (Kan.) Technical Institute.
  • Helen Norris-Tuohey, Food Service.
  • Kelsay Rychener, adjunct communications professor, has a master’s in communications from Wichita State University.
  • Jessica Schmidt, social work professor, holds a master’s degree from Newman University.
  • Eric Schwab, cross country coach, holds a master’s degree from Azusa (Calif.) Pacific University.
  • Dan Sigley, head athletic trainer, holds a doctor of athletic training degree from the University of Idaho (Moscow) and a bachelor’s in athletic training from Tabor College.
  • Stephanie Taylor, Food Service