19 Faculty Members and One Counselor Promoted at the College
(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA • September 4, 2014)—Nineteen faculty members and one counselor were promoted to the positions of senior adjunct lecturers and senior adjunct counselor during a ceremony at the College’s Marple Campus on August 28. The promoted counselor and instructors reside in Delaware and Chester Counties.
Those promoted receive recognition for excellence in teaching and counseling, an increase in salary and one credit toward a three-credit graduate course at Drexel, Temple, or Widener universities. Under agreements, the three universities offer courses at the College.
To qualify for promotion to senior adjunct lecturer a person must have a minimum teaching service of 10 years and a minimum of 60 credits taught at the College; excellent teaching skills, as measured by student evaluations; a satisfactory administrative evaluation of classroom teaching; and consistent compliance with College and division policy and procedures. To qualify for promotion to senior adjunct counselor, a person must have a minimum service of 10 years; a minimum of 120 hours worked over one year at the College; excellent counseling skills as measured by student evaluations; a satisfactory administrative evaluation of counseling; and consistent compliance with College and division policy and procedures.
Among the people receiving promotions this year is Ruth Morganto of Downingtown, who was promoted to senior adjunct counselor. Adjunct faculty who were promoted to senior adjunct lecturers in Allied Health include: Beatrice Agar, Newtown Square; Karen Gibson, West Chester; Carol Hanna, Kennett Square; Diana Matthews-Bradley, Thorndale; and Sandra Wu, West Chester.
Adjunct Stacy Everly of Garnet Valley was promoted to senior adjunct lecturer in Business and Computer Information Sciences. Vittoria Baker of Kennett Square, Louis Casciato Jr. of West Chester and Joe Nocella of Prospect Park were promoted to senior adjunct lecturer in Communications, Arts and Humanities, and Michael Marziano of Havertown was promoted to senior adjunct faculty in Workforce Development.
James McWilliams of Drexel Hill was promoted to senior adjunct lecturer in Public Services and Social Science, as were eight instructors in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, including Thomas Anderson, Coatesville; Valerie Denny, Springfield; James Duttera, Media; Marilynn Harper, Media; George Marencin, Quarryville; Debra Metz, West Chester; Ernest Riesenfeld, Media; and Stephanie Smith, Lansdowne.
Contact: Anthony Twyman, Assistant to the President for Communications, 610-325-2816
Photo caption: Front Row (From Left): Carol Hanna (Nursing); Michael Marziano (Electrical); Joseph Nocella (Music); Louis Casciato Jr. (Philosophy); Thomas Anderson (STEM); Ernest Riesenfeld (STEM); James Duttera (STEM); James McWilliams (History); and George Marencin (STEM). Back Row (From Left): Stacy Everly (Business/Computer Information Sciences); Ruth Morganto (Counselor); Vittoria Baker (Spanish); Sandra Wu (Allied Health); Karen Gibson (Allied Health); Beatrice Agar (Allied Health); Valerie Denny (STEM); Marilynn Harper (STEM); and Debra Metz (STEM). Not shown: faculty adjuncts Stephanie Smith (STEM) and Diana Matthews-Bradley (Allied Health).