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arrow Complete Liberal Arts Division
Faculty and Staff Contact Directory
Meet the Faculty and Staff
 
 
 

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Dr. Carol Denise Bork
Professor English

borkc@mccc.edu
609-570-3890
Office: LA 172

Carol Bork
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Nancy Byrne
Coordinator of Adjunct and Evening Studies

byrnen@mccc.edu
609-570-3644
Office: LA 158

Nancy Byrne
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Dr. Bettina Caluori
Professor, English

609-570-3595
caluorib@mccc.edu
Office: LA169

Ph.D., M.A., English, University of California at Santa Barbara
B.A., English, Williams College

Dr. Caluori teaches courses on college writing, women in literature, and American literature.

Dr. Bettina Caluori
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Dr. Theresa Capra
Professor Education, Education Coordinator

609-570-3854
caprat@mccc.edu
Office: LA 150

2012, Ph.D. Educational Policy & Leadership, Concordia University, Chicago.
2001, M.S., Educational Administration, Pace University
1997, M.A., Social Studies, Columbia University, Teacher's College
1996, B.A., History and Elementary Education, Hunter College, City University of New York

Dr. Capra has over 20 years of experience in public education as a secondary social studies teacher, administrator, and professor. She has conducted and presented research about online education at multiple venues, and is published in highly respected academic journals including the Community College Journal for Research and Practice.

Dr. Theresa Capra
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Dr. Craig Coenen
Professor History

609-570-3533
coenenc@mccc.edu
Office: LA 123

2001, Ph.D. History, Lehigh University
1994, M.A., History, Lehigh University
1992, B.A., History, University of Wisconsin at Green Bay

 
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Michael Dalton
Professor Photography

609.570.3835
daltonm@mccc.edu
Office: ET 125

M.F.A, Columbia University
B.F.A., School of Visual Arts, NYC

Prof. Dalton is the Coordinator of Photography & Digital Imaging; he has many exhibitions and is in the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma.

Michael Dalton
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Daniel D'Arpa
Associate Professor Spanish

darpad@mccc.edu
607-570-3318
Office LA125

2015, Ph.D. Spanish Sociolinguistics, Temple University, Philadelphia.
2000, M.A., Spanish Literature and Linguistics, Florida State University, Tallahassee
1997, B.A., Sociology/Anthropology, Stockton University (formerly Richard Stockton College of NJ)

Dr. D'Arpa has over 15 years of experience in public education as a secondary Spanish teacher, university language professor and department coordinator. His research is on Spanish dialects in contact with Caribbean English Creole. Dr. D'Arpa has taken student groups to study in Spain, Costa Rica and Cuba.

Daniel D'Arpa
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Carol Friend
Professor English, ESL and Reading Coordinator

609-570-3371
friendc@mccc.edu
Office: LA 110

M.A. San Francisco State University
B.A. Michigan State University

Prof. Friend teaches courses in the English Department and is the ESL and Reading Coordinator; she is the author of The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building: Word Roots, Cengage.

 
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Yevgeniy Fiks
Professor, Visual Arts

609-570-3543
fiksy@mccc.edu
Office: ET 134

M.F.A. School of Visual Arts
B.F.A. Brooklyn College, CUNY

Yevgeniy Fiks is a multidisciplinary artist, whose work has been shown internationally, including at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, and Museu Colecção Berardo in Lisbon.

Yevgeniy Fiks
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Jody P. Gazenbeek-Person
Professor, Theater/Dance

609-570-3524
gazenbej@mccc.edu
Office: ET 118 & CM 122

Jody P. Gazenbeek-Person earned his MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University in Directing. He has a BA with a dual concentration in Dance and Drama Studies from SUNY Purchase. He continues to perform professionally as a dancer, actor, choreographer, and director. Some of his performances are posted on YouTube and Vimeo.

Jody P. Gazenbeek-Person
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Kitty Getlik
Manager Kelsey Theatre

getlikk@mccc.edu
609-570-3580

Kitty Getlik
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Ric Giantisco
Instructor Digital Media Arts; Coordinator for Game Design & Game Programming

giantisr@mccc.edu
609-570-3458
Office: ET122

Ric Giantisco
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Nancy Halstead
Professor Developmental Education

halstean@mccc.edu
609-570-3829
Office: LA156

Nancy Halstead
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Dr. Barbara Hamilton
Assistant Professor English

609-570-3544
hamiltob@mccc.edu
Office: LA 131

M.A. and Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Rutgers University
B.A. English, Carleton College

Dr. Hamilton teaches all levels of composition, World Literature I and II, Intro. to Drama, Women in Literature; She is also the Coordinator of Peer Tutor Training.

Dr. Barbara Hamilton
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Alvyn Haywood
Professor, Communication

haywooda@mccc.edu
609-570-3362
Office: ET110

Alvyn Haywood
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Dr. Padhraig Higgins
Professor History

higginsp@mccc.edu
609-570-3495
Office: LA123

Dr. Padhraig Higgins
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Kenneth Howarth
Associate Professor Philosophy

howarthk@mccc.edu
609-570-3809
Office: LA 175

M.A., Contemporary Philosophy, Claremont Graduate University, CA
M.A.E.C. Eastern (Asian) Classics, St. John's College, NM
M.A.L.A. Liberal Arts (Classics), St. John's College, MD
B.A., Political Science, Davidson College, NC

Professor Howarth is the Philosophy and Religious Studies Coordinator and a Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society faculty advisor, who specializes in ethics & practical reasoning and lives to engage with family, boston terriers, whales and students.

Kenneth Howarth
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Dr. Heather Jennings
Professor Psychology; Chair, Social Science

609-570-3450
jenningh@mccc.edu
Office: LA 132

Ph.D., Educational Psychology-Temple University
M.A., Clinical Psychology- Columbia University, Teacher's College
B.A, Psychology- Rutgers University

Dr. Jennings has been teaching courses in Psychology for more than ten years and spent several years working as a clinician before joining the Mercer faculty; she specializes in psychopathology and each semester she learns something new and interesting from her students.

Dr. Heather Jennings
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Holly Katherine Johnson
Professor English

609-570-3594
johnsonh@mccc.edu
Office: ET 125

2004, M.F.A. Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2004.
2001, B.A. English with a minor in Creative Writing, Cornell University with Honors in 2001.

Prof. Johnson teaches all levels of composition in the English department and has served as media adviser to The College VOICE student newspaper; she developed and coordinated the New Media degree track in Communications.

Holly Katherine Johnson
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Laura Knight
Professor English

knightl@mccc.edu
609-570-3309
Office: LA133

Laura Knight
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Tina LaPlaca
Professor Adverting, Graphic Design/ Illustration

laplacat@mccc.edu
609-570-3356
Office: ET121

Tina LaPlaca
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Kerri O'Neill
Teaching Assistant, Visual Arts

oneillk@mccc.edu
609-570-3521
LA

Kerri O'Neill
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Dr. Eirini Papafratzeskakou
Assistant Professor Psychology; Coordinator, Psychology

papafrae@mccc.edu
609-570-3557
Office: LA132

Ph.D., Developmental Psychology- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
M.S., Developmental Psychology- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.S, Psychology- Old Dominion University

Eirini Papafratzeskakou
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Diane Rizzo
Professor English

rizzod@mccc.edu
609-570-3830
Office: LA120

Diane Rizzo
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Elizabeth Rzasa
Teaching Assistant, Music

rzasae@mccc.edu
609-570-3735
Office: CM156

B.M., Vocal Performance, Montclair State University

Ms. Rzasa serves as the Teaching Assistant for the Music Department, and as the Director of Vocal and Musical Theater studies for the Tomato Patching Performing Arts Summer Workshop out of Kelsey Theater.

Elizabeth Rzasa
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Daniel Schermond
Assistant Professor Sociology; Coordinator of Sociology

schermod@mccc.edu
609-570-3345
Office: LA131

Daniel Schermond
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Sharmila Sen
Professor English, Chair English

sens@mccc.edu
609-570-3733
Office: LA124

Sharmila Sen
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Debi Stotland
Executive Assistant to the Dean

609-570-3378
Stotland@mccc.edu
Office: LA166

Ms. Stotland has over 30 years of experience as an Executive Assistant - she has been at Mercer for over 10 years.

Debi Stotland
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Dr. Jack Tabor
Associate Professor, English

609-570-3838
taborj@mccc.edu
Office: LA133

Ph.D., M.A., English. University of California, Santa Barbara
B.A., English. University of California, Berkeley.

Dr. Tabor teaches freshman composition as well as Introduction to the Novel; Literature of War and Conflict, The Holocaust; British Literature II; and beginning and intermediate ballet. He is also the co-coordinator of Mercer's Holocaust Study Abroad Program in Poland. Dr. Tabor is currently learning how to play the guitar.

Dr. Jack Tabor
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Jacqueline Vogtman
Assistant Professor, English

vogtmanj@mccc.edu
Office: LA 121

MFA in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University
BA, English, The College of New Jersey

Prof. Vogtman is an Assistant Professor of English and a writer whose fiction has been published in numerous literary journals.

Jacqueline Vogtman
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Dr. Amy Vondrak
Professor English

609.570.3891
vondraka@mccc.edu
Office: LA 118

Ph.D. Syracuse University
MA.., North Carolina State University
BA.., University of Michigan

Amy Vondrak is a Professor of English and Instigator of Utopia.

 
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Steve Voorhees
Associate Professor, Television & Digital Film

609.570.3805
Voorhees@mccc.edu
Office: ET 134

M.A., Broadcasting, Telecommunications, & Mass Media, Temple University
B.A., Radio & Television, Rider University

Prof. Voorhees has worked professionally in television and video for over 15 years, specializing in live sports and news production.

 
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Dylan Wolfe
Assistant Professor Communication; Gallery Coordinator

wolfedy@mccc.edu
609-570-3332
Office: ET124

Ph.D. University of Georgia, Speech and Communication Studies
BS and MS, State University of New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Environmental Communication

Professor Wolfe's teaching and research is based on the notion that the experience of communication is a crucial component of the communicative process. Dr. Wolfe has presented his work at numerous academic and professional conferences and has been published in highly respected academic journals including Western Journal of Communication, Environmental Communication, and Visual Communication.

Dylan Wolfe
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