Faculty Office Hours

Nikki Armstrong, Assistant Professor, Math/Math Learning Center
B.S. in Mathematics, 2007, California State University
M.A. in Mathematics, 2009, University of California
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Teaching, 2011, University of Oregon

Amber Ashpole, Assistant Professor, Writing/Humanities
B.A. in Liberal Art, 2005, Oregon State University
M.A. in Humanities/English, 2010 California State University

Ronald Bell, Professor, Counselor
B.S. in Theatre Arts, 1978;
M.F.A. in Playwriting, 1980, UCLA
M.C. in Counseling Education, 1989, Arizona State University

Fred Brick, Professor, History/Political Science
B.A. in History/Education, 1986, College of St. Thomas
M.A. in History/Political Science, 1990, University of Minnesota

Daniel Brouse, Professor, Biology
B.S. in Biochemistry/Biophysics, 1995, Oregon State University
Doctor of Chiropractic, 1998, Western State Chiropractic College

Chelsea Clemens, Instructor, Welding
A.A.S. Welding and Fabrication, 2013, Southwestern Oregon Community College

Anthony Collins, Assistant Professor, Transitional Education
B.A. in Linguistics, 1999, Western Washington University
M.Ed in Adult Education, 2000, Western Washington University

Cheryl Davies, Associate Professor, Psychology
Bachelor of Commerce, 1989, McMaster University
M.S. in Psychology, 2001, Southern Oregon University

Jessica Engelke, Assistant Professor, Business
B.S. in Business/Management, 2006, University of Phoenix
M.B.A, 2009, University of Phoenix

Robert Fields, Professor, Biology/General Science
B.S. in Biology, 1981;
M.S. in Biology, 1984, University of Illinois
Ph.D. in Zoology, 1991, Washington State University

Robin Finney, Instructor, Basic Nursing Assistant
A.A.S. Nursing, 2007, Southwestern Oregon Community College
B.S. Nursing, 2012, Linfield
M.S. Nursing, 2014, University of Mary

Darrell Folck, Associate Professor, Baking/Pastry
AOS in Culinary Arts, 1996, California Culinary Academy

James Fritz, Professor, Art
B.A. in Liberal Arts/Studio, 1983, St. John’s University
M.F.A. in Sculpture/Metal Casting, 1989, Southern Illinois University

Nilda Garzelloni-DoVale, Associate Professor, Culinary Arts
B.A. in Hotel Restaurant Management, 1977, Michigan State University
Chef Training Program, 1981, LA Trade Technological College

Trevor Hoppe, Associate Professor, Health/PE
B.A. in Physical Education, 1992:
M.A. in Physical Education, 1996, Humboldt State University

Sean Hutcherson, Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, 1989, University of California, Santa Barbara
M.A. in Math and Science Education, 1994, University of California, Berkeley

Bernadette Kapocias, Professor, Speech
B.S. in Communications, 1993, Southern Oregon State College
M.A. in Communications, 1997, Washington State University

Kyriakos Kypriotakis, Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
B.A. in Mathematics, 2000, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
M.A. in Mathematics logic, 2002, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Ph.D., 2009, University of California

Kelly Leavitt, Assistant Professor, Health/PE
B.S. in Athletic Training, 2004, Salisbury University
M.S. in Kinesiology, 2007, University of Hawaii

Tasha Livingstone, Instructor, Forestry/Natural Resources
B.S. in Forest Management, 2013, Oregon State University
M.S. (Interdisciplinary) in Forestry and Communications, 2015, Oregon State University

Peter Mantey, Instructor, Speech Communication
M.A. in Communication, 1986, Regent University
B.A. in Music Education, 1978, Heidelberg College

Ronald Metzger, Professor, Earth Science
B.S. in Geology, 1985, St. Lawrence University
M.S. in Geology, 1988;
Ph.D. in Geology, 1991, University of Iowa

Dan Neal, Professor, Health/PE and Track Coach
B.S. in Health/PE, 1974, Southern Oregon State College
M.S. in Sports Coaching, 1994, United States Sports Academy

Joy Parker, Professor, English
B.A. in English, 1982;
M.A. in Applied Linguistics/TESL, 1986, University of Oregon

Karen Pederson, Instructor, Medical Assistant
B.S. Nursing/English Literature, 1980, Olivet Nazarene University

Tony Peters, Instructor, Fire Science
B.A. Management, 2012, American Military University
A.A.S. Instructor of Technology and Military Science, 2011, Community College of the Air Force
A.A.S. Fire Science, 2010, Community College of the Air Force

Woojay Poynter, Assistant Professor, Baking/Pastry
B.S. in Computer Science, 1996, Michigan Technological University
M.A. in Economics, 2002, Unviersity of Oklahoma
A.O.S. in Culinary Arts & Management, 2005, Metropolitan Community College
B.S. in Culinology, 2009, Southwest Minnesota State University

Tom Roberts, Instructor, Culinary Arts
A.A. in Occupational Studies in Culinary Arts, 1985, Culinary Institute of America

Maidie Rosengarden, Assistant Professor, Childhood Education/Family Studies
M.Ed. Education/ECE, 2002, Belmont University
Ed.D. Education/Ed. Leadership, 2004, Trevecca Nazarene University

Melissa Sperry, Instructor, Nursing
A.A. Nursing, 1998, Northwest Community College
B.S. Nursing, 2008, Regents College 

Mike Springer, Instructor, Chemistry
B.A. Philosophy/Sociology, 2005, University of Nevada
B.S. Biology, 2008, University of Nevada
B.S. Chemistry, 2009, University of Nevada
Ph.D. Chemistry, 2014, University of Colorado

Linda Stagg-Brown, Instructor, Accounting
B.S. in Business/Psychology, 1999, Eastern Oregon University
M.B.A. in International Business Administration, National University,

Bryan Thurman, Instructor, Manufacturing/Welding
A.A.S. in Welding and Fabrication, 2013, Southwestern Oregon Community College

Randy Torres, Instructor, Culinary Arts
Vocational, Culinary Arts, 1998, Orange Coast College
A.A. Culinary Art, 2012, Southwestern Oregon Community College

Joseph Tremonti, Associate Professor, Digital Design
B.F.A.  Interdisciplinary Studies, 1999, University of Georgia
M.F.A. Electronic Visualization, 2002, University of Illinois at Chicago

Michael Turner, Professor, Music
B.M. in Music Theory, 1976,
M.M. in Music Theory, 1981, North Texas State University

Adam Whitlatch, Associate Professor, Health/PE
B.S. in Physical Education, 2000, Ohio University
B.S. in Recreation Studies, 2000, Ohio University
M.S. in Pedagogy/PE, 2001, University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse

Pam Wick, Instructor, Nursing
A.S.N., 1989, American River College
B.S.N., 1994, Oregon Health Sciences University
Masters of Nursing, 2011, Walden University

Mark Wilson, Professor, English
B.A. in English, 1976, Northwest Nazarene College
M.A. in English, 1978, Washington State University

Marta Wozniak, Assistant Professor, Writing
B.A. in English, 2001, Southern Oregon University
M.A. in English, 2001, Nicholas Copernicus University
M.A. in English, 2004, Arizona State University