Six Join PUC Faculty
The new school year always receives a host of fresh faces. But in the midst of greeting all the bewildered freshmen, don't forget that our faculty list also has a few new names.
Nursing experienced a bit of shuffling earlier this year. When Les Stahlnecker left the department, Carol Williams took his place, bringing Joan Hughson to take over her former responsibilities as the skills lab coordinator. Rosemary Garret is the second new member, replacing Carol Clay in pediatrics.
While Janet Borisevich pursues her doctorate degree at the University of Northern Arizona, Sandra Ingram will be teaching several ESL classes along with helping out the Dramatic Arts Society.
Leo Ranzolin Jr. joins the religion department this year, filling in where John McVay left off, as assistant professor of Biblical Studies. He has studied at Boston University for the past four years and will be teaching classes on the New Testament.
Terrence Branster comes to the PUC technology department all the way from Australia, heading the digital media technology program after 20 years of experience working in the field.
And finally, but certainly not least, Paul McGraw will be teaching half time for Eric Anderson. During the next year, Anderson will be working on PUC's upcoming accreditation in 1999.
Note: This is an archived article and does not necessarily represent current issues at Pacific Union College.