2006/07 New Faculty Photos/Bios (4)

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Todd Haskell
Laurie Hochstetler
   HOCHSTETLER History - is a Bostonian educated at University of Virginia. She specializes in colonial American and American religious history - examiniing the practice of religious rituals in 17th c. New England. Laurie enjoys figure skating, soap making and reading fiction. 
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Education Administration- is a leader in curriculum development and is experienced as a teacher, principal and superintendent.  Honored as Washington Administrator of the Year, Pam teaches in Woodring’s graduate program in Education Administration.
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Political Science - was educated at UW and Georgetown.  She was a resident research fellow at the Budapest Collegium in Hungary, and the Max Planck Institute in Germany. Cynthia specializes in international relations and international political economy and her recent book (Palgrave Macmillan) examines Post-Communist Economies and Western Trade Policies.
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Liberal Studies-
on leave during winter quarter.
Eileen Hughes
  EILEEN HUGHES Early Childhood Educ. - Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, Eileen works closely with teachers document- ing and making the learning of children and teachers visible. She developed and coordinated the Early Childhood Education teacher preparation at the Univ. of Alaska Anchorage.
Brian Hutchinson
    HUTCHINSON Computer Science, is a WWU alumnus with degrees in Linguistics and Computer Science.  His research interests are in natural language processing and pursuing a Ph.D.
Jennifer Karchmer
     KARCHMER Communications - Educated in New York State, Jennifer is an experienced journalist, editor and consultant in the communication industry. She was a financial reporter on Wall Street for CNN and CNNMoney.com and a staff writer for the Associated Press.

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