2006/07 New Faculty Photos/Bios (5)

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Jack Keith
    JACK KEITH Journalism, comes to WWU from the newspaper world.  He coached experienced writers for many years. He teaches news writing, editing and reporting. A former managing editor of The Bellingham Herald, Jack helped launch the careers of many WWU students. He enjoys sailing and canoeing on Lake Whatcom.
Joan Kimball
  JOAN KIMBALL Psychology and Counseling Center. When Joan first heard the term "lifelong learner", she thought "That's me!" She has a passion for psychological theory, research, and practice. She enjoys fly-fishing, skiing, bike riding, and hanging out with her adult children, who think she’s corny but tolerate her anyway.
John Korsmo
  JOHN KORSMO Human Services and Rehabilitation - is the founding director of Bellingham's Northwest Training Institute. He is completing his Ph.D. requirements at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His areas of interest are in adolescent development and youth work practice. He has experience teaching in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
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   CHRISTOPHER
         LOAR
English - teaches courses in early modern literature and Introduction to Shakespeare GER.  He is in the final stages of his dissertation at UCLA, “Violent Virtue: Military Technology and Empire in British Fiction, 1688-1735" Christopher received the 2003 UCLA English department’s distinguished teaching award.
Alison Mandaville
        ALISON
    MANDAVILLE
English - received her MFA in creative writing and PhD in English Literature from the University of Washington.  She teaches women's and multi-ethnic literature, in particular African American, Poetry, Science Fiction and Comics.  She has published in comics literature and the graphic novel, as well as poetry.
Benjamin Moreau
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  Art
Elizabeth A. Raymond
   ELIZABETH A.
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Physical Chemistry
Christina Reagle
    CHRISTINA
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Woodring - lectures in Educ. Foundations, Extended Education & Summer Programs.  She lives in Lake Stevens and teaches at N. Seattle Community College, Everett C. College, Bremerton, Oak Harbor, and Bellingham.  Her research interests are in multicultural education, ALL student success, parent involvement, school climate, and continuous teacher professional development.

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