St. Norbert College welcomes new faculty

From St. Norbert College, August 28, 2008
by Jordan Vater, jordan.vater@snc.edu, (920) 403-3089

St. Norbert College welcomes the following new faculty and staff members for the 2008-09 academic year:

David Bailey: Bailey joins St. Norbert College as an assistant professor of biology after serving as a visiting assistant professor last year. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. in psychology with an emphasis in behavioral neuroscience from Michigan State University.

Christina (Teena) Carroll: Carroll will begin her position as an assistant professor of mathematics at St. Norbert College in the spring semester of 2009. She received her Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology, where she received an award for excellence in teaching, and her M.S. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Candace Dietz: Dietz will be teaching three classes this fall as an adjunct instructor of Spanish. She graduated from Marquette University and completed her Masters through the University of Northern Iowa in Mexico and Spain. Dietz has taught night classes for NWTC, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB), and St. Norbert College. She has also served in the pre-collegiate language program at St. Norbert.

Bonnie Granius: Granius, a St. Norbert College alumna, joins St. Norbert College as an adjunct instructor of Spanish. She has extensive teaching experience in the area, including time at Kaukauna High School and several Green Bay public schools. Granius has taught continuing adult education classes for NWTC, UWGB, and St. Norbert College. She has also served in the pre-collegiate language program at St. Norbert.

Ashley Hill-Soderlund: Hill-Soderlund, assistant professor of psychology, earned her M.A. in psychology at the University of West Florida. She completed her Ph.D. in developmental psychology at the University of Notre Dame, where she received an award for excellence in teaching.

Brandon Hofstedt: Hofstedt is expecting his Ph.D. in sociology from Iowa State University this calendar year and joins St. Norbert College as a teaching fellow in sociology. He has made 16 conference presentations on his work involving community capital, social movements, business networks, and economic vitality.

Kim Kaczmarowski: Kaczmarowski graduated with high honors from St. Norbert College in psychology and returns to an academic staff position of instructor and director of the human service program. She will take over St. Norbert College