MOUNT UNION WELCOMES NEW PROFESSORS TO THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY
June 02, 2010
ALLIANCE, Ohio--Mount Union College announces the addition of four new faculty members to the college community.
David Kuhlke of North Canton has been selected to join the economics, accounting and business administration department as an assistant professor. Kuhlke earned his bachelor of science degree in management science from Oakland University, a master of bachelor of arts degree in finance from the University of Akron, and is currently working on a doctorate degree in business administration from Cleveland State University.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union, Kuhlke worked for Firestone Tire Company as a technician, Babcock & Wilcox as a programmer, and General Electric Company as a support technician. His current line of work is with McDermott International as an operations research consultant, plant controller, manager of division accounting and senior systems analyst.
Deborah Lotsof of Sioux City, Iowa has been selected to join the theatre department as an associate professor. Lotsof earned her bachelor of arts degree in theatre from the Grinnell College and a master of fine arts degree in costume design from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union, Lotsof worked with the theatre production of many institutions including Briar Cliff College, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Illinois Wesleyan University and the University of Montana.
William Macauley of Hammond, Indiana has been selected to join the English department as an assistant professor. Macauley earned his bachelor of science degree in English from Grand Valley State College, a master of arts degree in literature and criticism from Pittsburg State University and a doctoral degree in English from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union, Macauley worked as an instructor for Pittsburg State University, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Community College and Aquinas College. He also served as an assistant professor of English for Purdue University Calumet.
Richard Stanislaw of Lafayette, Indiana has been selected to join the history and political science department. Stanislaw earned his bachelor of political science degree from Taylor University, a master of political science degree with a concentration in public policy from Ball State University and a doctoral degree in political science with a concentration in political theory from Purdue University.
Before joining the faculty of Mount Union College, Stanislaw worked as a legislative assistant for the Labor and Human Resources Committee, a subcommittee for family, youth, and aging. He also has worked as a research assistant to Congressional Liaison and Public Defender.
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