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Dr. Dianne Fallon teaches English and Humanities courses and has served as English Department Chair 1996. Dr. Fallon earned a master’s and doctorate, in English/Creative Writing, from Binghamton University (SUNY), and a bachelor’s in English from Bowdoin College. In 2003-2004, she was one of 25 faculty nationwide selected as a Carnegie Scholar for the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL). Currently, she serves on the editorial board of Teaching English in the Two-Year College (TETYC) and frequently serves as an evaluator for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Dr. Fallon’s other professional experiences include journalism, adult education, and Peace Corps service in Morocco. She is active in Maine’s Odyssey of the Mind program and writes about history, travel, hiking, and other topics at her blog, “The Maniacal Traveler” (diannefallon.com). She also edits YCCC’s literary magazine, Pens & Keystrokes.
Phone: 207.216.4357 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Franklin has over 35 years of combined work experience both in the private sector in manufacturing and in the public education sector. He holds several degrees including an AAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology, a BS in Vocational Technical Education, an MS in Education, and thirty credit hours of advanced study in school administration, all from SUNY Oswego. Bob also holds several National Institute of Metalworking Skills certificates. He is permanently certified as a School District Administrator having served as High School Principal and as Interim Superintendent of Schools in New York State. Bob is permanently certified to teach Drafting, CNC programming, machine tools set up and operation, manufacturing technology, and robotics. Before becoming an educator he worked in the defense aerospace sector for Bendix Aviation Fluid Power Division, and Allied Signal aerospace and Lucas Aerospace Ltd. in positions such as manufacturing engineering technician, CNC programmer, toolmaker/modelmaker. As a member of research and development team at Lucas Aerospace, he worked on programs such as the F/A 18 hornet, the F14 tomcat, F20 tigershark, the B1b, the B-2, and the AH-64 as well as the OV-22 tilt rotor. Bob played minor league professional football for many years and is a certified high School football coach. He grew up in central New York and worked many years in the capitol district teaching high school and technical classes, he now makes his home in Kennebunkport.
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Charles Galemmo’s restaurant experience began in Philadelphia working at nationally ranked Northern Italian style restaurants. After several years of working in the best kitchens in the City, he went into restaurant development participating in the opening of 5 restaurants in Philadelphia before taking the opportunity to develop the food and beverage department at a new golf course in the Wilmington, North Carolina area. Charles then graduated from the Whittemore School of Business at the University of New Hampshire with a Master’s of Business Administration, and was also a Certified Executive Chef with the American Culinary Federation. He then worked for American Dairy Queen as a Senior Franchise Consultant before coming to YCCC as an Adjunct Faculty. Chef Galemmo became a full-time Culinary Arts instructor in 2010.
Phone: 207.216.4372 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leon Kassler has a degree in A.S. Electronic Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology a BS from Northern Arizona University, MA degree from Northern Arizona University, Certifications from AutoCAD, AlphaCAM, SolidWorks and Enroute software. Teaching experience includes Northern Arizona University, Southern Maine Community College and York County Community College. Work experience includes owner operator of Craftsmanship In Wood, and Bolton Woodturning. Technical manager for Damon Automation, CNC Sales of New England, Engineering Manager for KBS Building Systems and Waterford Homes. Leon has been teaching full time at York County Community College since 2008.
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Matt and his family moved to Maine 4 years ago from Syracuse, NY–but have lived all over the country, thanks to the Navy. NY, MD, TX, IL, WA, NC, several stops and adventures in between, and now finally Maine is home. He began his career in the medical world as a Hospital Corpsman, learning “sick call” and preventative medicine on board the USS AVENGER (MCM-1), a wooden minesweeper- yes, some Navy ships are still made out of wood! From there he gained experience in industrial health in the shipyard in Washington state, then environmental and combat trauma with the Marine Corps. After getting out of the Navy in 2007, he returned to his hometown and began to work at the Syracuse VA Medical Center, learning the administrative side of how hospitals run. In 2010, the opportunity to begin a new career in medical education presented itself here and it was too good to resist. Matt really enjoys taking his experiences and incorporate them into his teaching. Matt and his wife, Nicole, also a teacher, have 3 children: Jack, Catie, and Meghan.
Phone: 207.216.4373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hailing from Alexandria, Minnesota Sam Kelley has had a lifelong love for Vikings football, Twins baseball, and all things mathematics. Sam graduated from St. Cloud State University in 2005 with a degree in Math and Philosophy. He then moved to Boulder, Colorado to continue his education at the University of Colorado. He earned a Master’s degree in Mathematics in 2007. It was in Boulder that he met his future wife Annah, a New England native, and he moved with her to the seacoast of New Hampshire in 2007. They live in New Hampshire with their two daughters Aria and Summer. Sam has been working at YCCC since 2007, and really enjoys working with the excellent faculty and committed students. Sam loves teaching all levels of mathematics, but has a definite soft spot for calculus.
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Cindy J. Lahar, PhD joined the faculty at YCCC in January of 2002. She teaches classes in psychology and sociology, has ongoing research projects investigating topics in positive psychology and in cross-cultural psychology, and served as Chair of Social Sciences until 2016. Cindy was named a Carnegie Scholar in 2004 and is the recipient of two Fulbright Scholarships for research and teaching in Cambodia. She holds a Visiting Professor of Psychology position at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) in Cambodia where she works in the summers helping design curriculum and train teachers at the only psychology department in Cambodia. Prior to YCCC Cindy was a Professor of Psychology at Miyazaki International College in Miyazaki Japan and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary in Alberta Canada. Cindy holds an A.A. from Lyndon State College, a B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and a M.A. and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Brandeis University. Cindy is on leave for the fall 2016 and spring 2017 semesters at the University of South Carolina at Beaufort as Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for Psychology.
Phone: 207.216.4360 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://virtual.yccc.edu/clahar
Birthed in the deep snow of CNY, and raised among the waves of the mighty St. Lawrence River, Michael moved to New England with his family as a youngster and fell deeply in love with the curmudgeonly Yankee culture so ingrained in this lovely foundation stone of America. Initially not receptive to traditional models of education, Michael grudgingly completed high school and worked for years in factory jobs, focused on the routine life of the everyday. Eventually the calling of higher education and career based work lured him away from the production based labor force and into school where Michael studied Art and communication. Art specifically interested Michael, as he had a natural proclivity and familiarity with due to his childhood and his father. As a boy, he grew up in his father’s painting studio, drawing and working next to his Dad, watching him working and hearing stories about his Grandfather who was also an oil painter. This lifelong love of art would lead to college, which led to Michael’s natural teacher emerging to help other students who were struggling. This caught the attention of one of the instructors who encouraged Michael to continue studies at the Masters level and become a teacher of Art. Due to his love of Martial Arts, Michael had been teaching for a while already in his dojo and knew he loved helping students learn. Now he pursued the educational credentials to go along with his natural love of teaching, and make teaching a career instead of just a hobby. Years of work in the private sector during his graduate work allowed Michael to accumulate experience relative to the areas he would teach, and provided a real world project based approach to teaching. Michael teaches in the areas of Graphic Design, Animation, Gaming and traditional Art. His favorite thing about teaching is when he sees a student achieve something they previously doubted they were capable of, and the joy and confidence that achievement brings to them. Michael lives in Dover, NH with his wife Wendy and his 6 year old daughter Zella, who shares Michael’s love of art and creates drawings and sculptures with him almost daily. In addition to the teaching at the College and his Dojo, Michael is an artist and sculptor and frequently displays his work.
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Jennifer Mallett holds a BS in Mathematics from Gordon College and MS in Mathematics Education from University of Massachusetts. Mallet has taught in both public and private high schools and has been an adjunct instructor at the University of New England and YCCC. Mallett enjoys helping students break down big concepts into smaller more manageable chunks and watching their confidence increase. Mallett has also worked with the International School Project, partnering with Russian teachers in an exchange of ideas.
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Phone: 207.216.4366 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Murphy has taught psychology and sociology courses at YCCC since 2003. Her courses include: Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, Lifespan Psychology, Social Psychology, Positive Psychology, and Sociology of Family. Before coming to YCCC she taught at the University of New England, Drake University, and the University of Maryland, among others. Dr. Murphy does research into educational practices. Her current research interest is in the group learning environment and how it shapes student learning. Dr. Murphy holds a BA from Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio in Biology, a MA fromthe University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland in Developmental Psychology and a PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland in Developmental Psychology.
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Dr. Niswonger attended Kettering College of Medical Arts in Ohio, where she earned an AS in Respiratory Therapy. She worked as a respiratory therapist at Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina while she earned her BS in Zoology. She also holds a Master’s degree in Pathology, studying brain tumor immunotherapy, and a Ph.D. in Cell Biology, studying the role of clathrin in endocytosis, phagocytosis, and cell division from Duke University. She has worked for the National Aids Hotline and earned a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies along the way. After a postdoctoral fellowship at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, MA, she worked for five years as a research scientist at Antigenics in Boston. She has taught at North Shore and Middlesex Community Colleges, as well as Regis College before coming to YCCC in 2007. Dr. Niswonger loves teaching Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, General Biology, and Pathophysiology at YCCC.
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David Susman began teaching at York County Community College in 2004. He teaches classes in English and Humanities, including College Composition, Introduction to Literature, Shakespeare, and Introduction to the Humanities. Since 2006, he has also served as chair of the Humanities department. Professor Susman has previously taught at Salt Lake Community College, Syracuse University, the State University of New York at Oswego, and the East China University of Science and Technology, in Shanghai. He earned a B.A. in English from Ithaca College, and an M.A. in English from Syracuse University. He publishes essays and occasional fiction, and is also a playwright.
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David joined the faculty at YCCC in August 2013 teaching a variety of classes in precision machining as well as training at Pratt and Whitney. Prior to coming to YCCC, he worked as a manufacturing engineer at Pratt and Whitney, producing jet engine parts in North Berwick, and at EMC2 making network and mainframe computer storage systems. After spending many summers vacationing in Wells, he moved here with his family in 2002. Outside of the classroom, life is never dull with his wife and four boys. They spend a lot of time camping, kayaking and in various sports. David hold a BS from the University of Massachusetts – Lowell and a MS from Rennselear Polytech Institute.
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Peg received her dual bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire in Animal Science and Environmental Conservation in 1982 and completed her master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Southern Maine in 2015. She is a Licensed Veterinary Technician with about 20 years of experience working in veterinary clinics before going into work in worldwide technical support in veterinary research. She left that work to start a pet services, animal shelter and feed sales business in 1994. While running the business, Peg began teaching at UNH in animal science teaching a wide variety of courses including pet grooming, introductory animal science, animal nutrition, small animal management and several other animal business management courses. Peg came to YCCC in 2013 to build and implement the new veterinary technology program and coordinate the accreditation process.
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