New business, communication faculty join C-SC
Monday, July 13, 2009
CANTON, Mo. –Culver-Stockton College has appointed new faculty members in business and communications.
“Adding exceptional faculty members continues to strengthen the quality of our academic programs, which is essential to the success of our students,” said R. Joseph Dieker, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college. “Our innovative curriculum, EXP@CSC, can only work with faculty members, like these, who not only have excellent teaching skills but the ability to engage students in new ways of learning.”
Susan Deege, Ph.D., joins the business faculty as senior lecturer in business. Deege comes to Culver-Stockton from John Wood Community College where she has been director of career and advising services since 2003, previously serving as the community college’s coordinator and director of workforce programs. Deege also has been a department head and full time faculty member at Ranken Technical College in St. Louis. Prior to her educational positions, she was with Sears for over 12 years where her positions including serving on national marketing and training staffs at Sears corporate headquarters in Chicago.
Deege has also taught courses at John Wood, as well as at Quincy University, Lindenwood University, National-Louis University, and William Woods University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in advertising at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, her master’s degree in advertising at Northwestern University, a master’s degree in management at National-Louis University, and a doctorate in workforce education and training at Southern Illinois University.
Dorothy W. Njoroge, who will become a lecturer in the C-SC communication department, is completing her doctorate in mass communication and black studies at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She earned her master’s degree in communications at Daystar University and her bachelor’s degree in business education at Kenyatta University, both in Nairobi, Kenya.
In addition to serving as a teaching assistant and research assistant while in college, she was a lecturer at Daystar University, a high school teacher in Kenya, and coordinator for communication and development for the African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM). ALARM is a multi-national organization that operates in eight countries of east and central Africa to expand the positive impact of churches in Africa through pastoral training and conferences, support of micro-businesses, and educational efforts.
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