Lessons Learned

Academic Year 2004-05

April 2005's essay was written by Trudelle Thomas, professor in the English department and Anas Malik, assistant professor in the political science/ sociology department.

February 2005's essay was written by Thomas Kessinger and Winston Vaughan assistant professors in the education department.

December 2004's essay was written by John Sniegocki, assistant professor in the theology department.

October 2004's essay was written by Cynthia Dulaney and  John Barrett, professors in the psychology department.

Academic Year 2003-04

Spring 2004's essay was written by Melissa Baucus, an associate professor in the management and entrepreneurship department.

Fall 2003's essay was written by Carol Scheerer, an assistant professor in the occupational therapy department.

Academic Year 2002-03

Spring 2003's essay was written by Marco Fatuzzo, an assistant professor in the physics department.

Fall 2002's essay was written by Margery Shupe, an assistant professor in the education department.

Academic Year 2001-02

March/April's essaywas written by Dottie Engle, an associate professor in the biology department.

January/February's essay was written by Brent G. Richardson, an assistant professor in the education department.

November/December's essay was written by Hema A. Krishnan, an associate professor in the marketing and entrepreneurship department.

September/October's essay was written by C. Walker Gollar, an associate   professor in the theology department.


Academic Year 2000-01 

April's essay was written by Stafford Johnson, a professor in the finance department.

March's essay
was written by Cynthia L. Dulaney, an associate professor in the psychology department.

February's essay was written by Phyllis Laine and Linda Heath, lab instructors in the department of biology.

January's essay was written by Lin Guo, a professor in health services administration.

November's essay
was written by Raghu Tadepalli and Clint Schertzer, professors in the marketing department. 

October's essay was written by Alexandra Korros, a professor in the history
department.

Academic Year 1999-00


April's essay was written by E. Paul Colella, a professor in the philosophy department and director of the University Scholars Program.

March's essay was written by Timothy Horan, assistant professor in the biology
department.

February's essay was written by Carol Winkelmann, associate professor in the English department and co-chair of the faculty committee.

January's essay was written by John Surdick, associate professor of accountancy and Procter & Gamble Faculty Fellow.

November's essay was written by Bob Baumiller, S.J., associate dean for health education programs.

October's essay was written by Sherrie Human, assistant professor of the department of management and entrepreneurship.

September's essay was written by Kandi Stinson, chair of the political science and sociology department and director of women's and minority studies.

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