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Profiles
Nancy Curll
Manager of E-Learning
When instructing faculty how
to use technology in their
teaching, my first priority is to
remember they are coming from
all different levels of capability
and that I need to be patient,
pay attention to details, and
follow up. My goal is to make
them as self-sufficient with the
technology as possible.
A great place to begin your future
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Maryanne M.
Mungovan
Director of Multicultural &
Veteran's Affairs
I have the unique opportunity to
work directly with diverse
students in activities that foster
mutual understanding and
appreciation of various cultures.
It's a pleasure to see them
become more successful in the
classroom and beyond. As an
added benefit, I also gain first-
hand knowledge of many
different cultures.
Karen Oster
Department Chairwoman &
Professor, Performing Arts
I am simply the mother of many.
I nurture, comfort, guide and
encourage. I promote the
importance of good listening
and observation. I encourage
self-discovery. With no hidden
agenda, I want my students to
feel good about themselves and
their accomplishments
whatever those may be.
Marie Ryder
Professor of Nursing
"Everyone teaches, everyone
learns." This phrase from the
MCC Mission Statement comes
alive for me when I supervise
Nursing students at the VA
Hospital. Students teach vets
how to manage diabetes and
heart diseases, and veterans
teach students how they
manage PTSD, depression
and schizophrenia. Our
research indicates everybody
benefits by this synergy.
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