2006/07 New Faculty Photos/Bios (2)

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  DELL CHAMPLIN
Economics, earned her Ph.D. from the University of Utah and taught at Eastern Illinois University.  Her research interests and publications are in the areas of institutional economics, the history of economic thought, labor and public policy.
Deborah Y. Chun
     DEBORAH Y.
          CHUN
Psychology- completed her studies at UW and Univ. of Hawaii at Hilo where she has taught and worked as a private practitioner.  Deborah has three grown children, and two grandchildren.  Her husband, Ed McDonald, is a professional artist & glassblower. 
Catherine Collier
     CATHERINE     
        COLLIER
Woodring, is active in social justice activities for culturally and linguistically diverse learners and families. Her special interests are in cross-cultural, bilingual, and special education.
Eric DeChaine
  ERIC DE CHAINE
 
  Biology
Mary Lynne Derrington
    MARY LYNNE   
    DERRINGTON
Woodring - earned her doctorate from UW. She is a leader in educational administration in public schools.  Recipient of a recent Fulbright Scholar award for work in Argentina, Mary Lynne has been a school superintendent, principal, counselor and teacher with experience in Chicago, Washington and the Netherlands.
Bill Dietrich
   BILL DIETRICH Huxley - is a Fairhaven and Western journalism graduate. He teaches environmental journalism and advises The Planet at Huxley College. Bill is a newspaper journalist and author of eight books. He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and shared a Pulitzer for coverage of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Bill has two grown daughters and lives in Anacortes with his wife, Holly.
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  JULIE DUGGER
English - earned degrees in English Literature from Reed College and Univ. of Chicago. She taught British and Irish literature at Benedictine Univ. in Illinois before returning home to the Pacific Northwest, where she was happy to find her WA driver's license number still waiting for her after a 14 year absence. Her current research is on the literature of the Young Ireland movement for repeal of the Act of Union between Britain and Ireland.
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      BRANDON   
       DUPONT
Economics - is new to the Pacific Northwest and enjoys exploring the beautiful Bellingham area, playing piano and biking.  He is interested in development of the American economy, applied microeconomics and labor economics, particularly gender-based occupational segregation.

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