People who teach. People who research. People who support. People who inspire. We hear time and time again that it’s our people who make us great. They create a sense of community, a feeling of belonging. It’s our students’ ability to not just talk to our faculty, but to get to know them. We invite you to do the same—get to know our people.


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Sheila Hordal believes that every interaction has an impact, so she approaches each of her relationships with hope and empathy. And what better way to connect with others than with a loyal—and furry—friend at her side?

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Michelle Malin chose a career in accounting for practical reasons, but that doesn't mean she lacks passion. In fact, it’s through crunching numbers that she became empowered to teach and contribute to the community—something she’s truly excited about.

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For Cydney Peck, learning isn’t just a passion—it’s a way of life. Having been on both sides of the student-teacher dynamic, she is driven by how learning empowers others (and herself) to keep improving.

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Learning to ride a bike is a rite of passage, but for Dave Buchanan, it was a gateway to living sustainably. Now he’s taking the lessons he’s learned to help students save the planet and make the world a better place.

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Jason Symington has had adventures in far away countries, and his camera has always been near at hand. But what drives him as a teacher is witnessing his students’ success and empowering them to create their own vision of the world.

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Technology and the arts may seem worlds apart, but Stephanie Enders knows better. Behind every great art piece or new technology, there is a common denominator—a creative thinker.

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