By CCWeek Staff  /  
2016 January 22 - 02:33 pm

Faculty Lounge

LOOKING BACK AT 2015: FACULTY LOUNGE PHOTO RETROSPECTIVE

1. “You get into this because you love making things and you want to be creative,” said Volunteer State Community College Art Professor Sue Mulcahy. “Creating art is a way of thinking.”

2. Award-winning Professor Lilian Jordan teaches physics at Palm Beach State College (Fla).

3. Rowan College of Gloucester County (N.J.) students Jill Adams and Alexa Martinelli pose with organic chemistry Professor Robert Rossi. Rossi, the first instructor at the college to “flip” his classroom, was asked to lead a National Science Foundation grant workshop in Denver last summer and again this coming summer in Washington, D.C.

4. “Wishful Thinking” by Shann Ferreira, associate professor, Advertising and Graphic Design, Guilford Technical Community College

5. Lauren H. Braun-Strumfels, an instructor of history at Raritan Valley Community College (N.J.), has been accepted as one of 16 participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar.

6. There is a new instructor at Northeast Iowa Community College’s Peosta campus and he is attracting lots of interest. He has two long metal arms coated in red with black joints, weighs 165 pounds, contains three built-in cameras and can be programmed with a laptop computer. His name is “Baxter” and he is a research robot

7. Central Carolina Community College’s Jon Spoon (right) looks over the food offerings at one location during his visit to Mexico.

8. “Self Portrait with Wisdom” by Margaret Welty, Folsom Lake College

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