13 join faculty at community college ANNE ARUNDEL EDUCATION

September 20, 1993

Five assistant professors and eight instructors have joined the full-time faculty this fall at Anne Arundel Community College.

The new assistant professors are:

E. Perry Ballard, assistant professor of political science, who earned his bachelor of arts degree at South Eastern Louisiana University, master of arts at Mississippi State University and doctor of philosophy degree at Louisiana State University.

Judith Foster, assistant professor of nursing, who has taught as a lecturer at the college. She earned her bachelor of science degree in nursing at the University of Maryland and master of science in nursing at Catholic University.

Sally Horner, assistant professor of biology, has taught at the college as an adjunct professor. She earned her bachelor of arts degree at Goucher College and master of science degree and doctor of philosophy degrees at University of Connecticut.

Jamie Marlowe, assistant professor of radiologic technology, who was an associate professor at Miami Dade Community College. He earned his bachelor of arts degree at Ottawa University and master of business administration and doctor of education degrees at Nova University.

Mara Skruch, assistant professor of sociology, who has taught as a lecturer at the college. She earned her bachelor of arts, master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

The new instructors are:

Deborah Benton, instructor of computer science. She served as a data base administration for NYNEX World Trade Inc. and earned her bachelor of science degree at Towson State University.

Sandra Cardinale, instructor of nursing, has taught at Eastern Vo-Tech High School where she was program administration of the RN program. She earned her bachelor of science in nursing and master of science degrees at the University of Maryland School of Nursing.

Paul Derdul, instructor of computer information systems, has taught as a lecturer at the college. He earned his bachelor and master of science degrees at John Carroll University.

DeVera Foremanye, instructor of psychology has served as a psychologist with the R&D Instructional Services Supported Employment Program. She earned her bachelor of arts degree at Williams College and master of science degree at the University of Pennsylvania.

Cathi Mapes, instructor of English has taught as a lecturer at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. She earned her bachelor of arts degree at Virginia Wesleyan College and master of science at the University of Maryland.

A. Wade Taylor Jr., instructor of law enforcement, has taught as a lecturer and earned his associate of arts degree at the college and bachelor of science at the University of Maryland.

Peggy Thibault, instructor of mathematics, was a teaching assistant at Oregon State University. She earned her bachelor of arts degree at St. Olaf College and her master of science degree at Oregon State University.

Linda Weisburger, instructor of nursing, has taught as an instructor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. She earned her bachelor of science in nursing and master of science in nursing at the University of Maryland School of Nursing.

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