John Clark’s roles at PSU have been myriad and there are few areas of campus, or the Plymouth community, that haven’t benefitted from his commitment and dedication.
For Professor of Meteorology Eric Hoffman, service is an important element of his personal philosophy.
Professor Kathleen Collins McCabe has taught everyone from kindergarteners to adults in the course of her career, but she is especially passionate about her work with graduate students.
As rewarding as Leslie Castonia finds working with students at the beginning of their college search, witnessing their growth and seeing their accomplishments throughout their time at PSU is even more gratifying.
Kelsey Donnelly loves her work in PSU’s Office of Educator Preparation (OEP) and thrives on being a part of such an active, energized environment.
Professor of Chemistry Aparna Waghe has earned a reputation for her teaching style, which encourages dialogue and interaction.
For more than 40 years Professor Roger Blake has taught math, a subject that sends chills down the spine of many a student. Fortunately, Blake loves statistics and is a “super fan” of his statistics students as well.
Professor Len Reitsma’s research is an essential element of his teaching, and in the classroom, he integrates the two seamlessly, connecting examples from his work with the topic the class is discussing.