Archer and Canfield-Simbro Named Co-Directors of the Honors Program at Mount Union College
April 01, 2010
Mount Union College has named Clark B. Archer, associate professor of computer science and information systems and Beth Ann Canfield-Simbro, assistant professor of human performance and sport management co-directors of the Honors Program.
The Honors Program is designed to provide a flexible and challenging academic curriculum to high achieving students who are able to workmore independently and desire to move at a faster pace. Their goal is to create a community of support for students devoted to a vigorous life of the mind.
Archer joined the faculty at Mount Union in 2001. He earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Mount Union College, a master of arts degree in mathematics from Bowling Green State University, a master of science degree in statistics/biometry from Florida State University and a doctoral degree in management information systems from Kennedy-Western University.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union, Archer was an associate professor of computer science at Winthrop University, as well as a research statistician, statistics instructor and assistant chair for the department of mathematics and statistics at the University of South Carolina.
Canfield-Simbro joined the faculty at Mount Union in 2004. She earned a bachelor of science degree from Wright State University and a master of public health and doctoral degrees from The Ohio State University.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union, Canfield-Simbro was an ASPH/CDC Fellow for the National Center for Health Statistics and both a party smart evaluation coordinator and assistant coordinator for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention at The Ohio State University.