Mount Union College Welcomes New Faculty Members
July 09, 2010
Mount Union College announces the addition of new faculty members to the College community for the 2005-2006 academic year.
Maria Balacon, new assistant professor of music, earned a bachelor of music degree from Bowling GreenStateUniversity, a master of music and doctor of musical arts degrees in piano from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. She will be teaching private piano lessons, music history and music appreciation.
Susan Haddox, new assistant professor of philosophy and religious studies, earned a bachelor of arts degree from Gustavus Adolphus College, a master of science degree from Stanford University, a master of divinity degree from the Pacific School of Religion and a doctor of philosophy degree from EmoryUniversity.
Corey M. Hannah, a 1999 graduate of Mount Union, has been named head athletic trainer and instructor in the Department of Human Performance and Sport Management. Hannah earned a bachelor of science degree in athletic training from Mount Union and a master of science degree in athletic training from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Nancy McKoski, assistant professor of English, earned a bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees from the University of Akron and a doctoral degree in rhetoric and composition from The Ohio State University.
Christopher Saffici, director of physical education, earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from RutgersUniversity and master of education and doctor of education degrees from the University of Houston.
William Schweizer, instructor of economics, accounting and business administration, earned a bachelor of arts degree from Saint LouisUniversity and a master of business administration degree from The University of Akron.
David Weiss, assistant professor of communication, earned a bachelor of arts degree from Cornell University, a master of arts degree from the University of Oregon and a doctoral degree from the University of New Mexico.