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Janet Rinehart

Professional Instructor of Early Childhood Education

Topic(s): state based early childhood curriculum and methods, classroom management, ELL instruction in early childhood classrooms, marriage issues, parenting
Janet Rinehart joined the Ashland University College of Education in 2000 as a Professional Instructor. Mrs. Rinehart's areas of expertise include state-based early childhood curriculum and methods, classroom management and ELL instruction in Early Childhood classrooms. Additionally she co-... read more

Assistant Professor of Communications

Topic(s): sport communication, humor, interpersonal deception
Dr. Dariela Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies with a specialization in Sport Communication. Dr. Rodriguez received both her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Public Relations and her Master of Arts degree in Communication from the University... read more
Priscella Roggenkamp

Associate Professor of Art

Topic(s): fine arts
Professor Priscella Roggenkamp is an associate professor of art at Ashland University. Born in Bangor, Maine, Priscilla has lived in Maine, Ohio, Virginia and Arkansas.  She has resided in Alliance, Ohio since 1990, teaching and making art.    

Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

Topic(s): educational technology, distance education, instructional design
Dr. Deanna Romano, Associate Professor, joined Ashland University in 2000. Her areas of expertise include educational technology, distance education and instructional design. Dr. Romano serves as a faculty senator and faculty senate representative to the University Curriculum Committee. She has a... read more
Dr. Brenda Rosler

Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education

Topic(s): development in urban schools, content area literacy, process drama
Dr. Brenda Rosler, Associate Professor, began teaching at Ashland University in 2007. She was an elementary school teacher before she started teaching at the college level. Her research interests include development in urban schools, content area literacy and process drama. She regularly teaches... read more

Assistant Professor of Finance

Topic(s): personal finance, investments, corporate finance, hiking, hotel and restaurant management, mutual funds, nature, recreation, sailing, correctional facilities
Professor Terry Rumker, assistant professor of finance, joined the faculty in 1989. He is a CFP® (Certified Financial Planner) and earned a Masters of Business Administration from Ashland University. Teaching areas include personal finance, investments, and corporate finance. In addition, he is... read more
Dr. Jeffrey Russell

Associate Professor of Economics

Topic(s): teaching with simulations, game theory and behavioral economics, rural economic development, fed, job market, commercial real estate, economy, economics, employment
Dr. Russell joined Ashland University's Dauch College of Business and Economics faculty in 2000. Dr. Russell has taught courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, game theory, and money and banking. Research interests include teaching with simulations, game theory and behavioral economics, as well... read more

Associate Professor of Counseling; Practicum Coordinator

Topic(s): clinical counseling, counseling theories, practicum
Dr. Claudia Sadler-Gerhardt is an associate professor of Counseling, as well as the practicum coordinator at the Ashland University Theological Seminary. Dr. Sadler-Gerhardt is an alumna of the Ashland Theological Seminary, so she was familiar with the program even before coming on staff. In every... read more

Professor of Early Childhood Education

Topic(s): general and special educatioin curriculum design, behavior intervention, brain research related to the education process, parenting, special education, abortion, developmentally handicapped, disabilities
Dr. Maria Sargent teaches Early Childhood undergraduate and graduate courses in behavior intervention and biomedical issues. Dr. Sargent is a nationally recognized expert in early childhood and early intervention. Recently, Dr. Sargent has been asked to write a series of books and a nationwide... read more
Naomi Saslaw

Professor of English

Topic(s): English
After completing her B.A. at University of Michigan and M.A. and Ph.D. at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Naomi Saslaw studied at Harvard as a postdoctoral visiting fellow. She also studied at Oxford and Columbia Universities. In addition to her work in Anglo-Saxon, Chaucer and Shakespeare,... read more

Associate Professor of Biology and Chair of the Department of Environmental Science

Topic(s): aquatic ecology
Dr. Patricia A. Saunders, associate professor of biology, joined the Ashland University faculty in 2002 and is the Director of the University's Environmental Science Program. For several years she has been advisor to Beta Beta Beta, the biology honorary. Her area of expertise is aquatic ecology.... read more
Dr. Wendy Schaller

Associate Professor of Art

Topic(s): Baroque art, 17th century Dutch art, portraits of children, the subject of death, grief and consolation in the Netherlands
Dr. Wendy Schaller, associate professor of art, has been a member of the Ashland University faculty since 2002. A specialist in Baroque art, she received both her Ph.D. and her M.A.in art history from the Ohio State University. She also received a B.A. in art history from The University of... read more
Dr. Paul Schloemer

Professor of Accounting

Topic(s): taxation, pastoral tax authority
Dr. Paul Schloemer is a professor of accounting in the Dauch College of Business and Economics at Ashland University. He earned his doctorate at Virginia Tech in 1991 and is a CPA in the State of Ohio. He specializes in the area of taxation and has published numerous articles in journals such as... read more

Professional Instructor of Management

Topic(s): team management, resource allocation, third party contract negotiations, operations management, process improvement, organization redesign, training and development, university recruiting, human resource policy improvement
Rebecca Schmeller enjoyed 12 years of sales management with Procter and Gamble’s California and Arizona markets and P&Gs Wal-Mart Global Customer Team. She led many and various initiatives in team management, resource allocation, third party contract negotiations, operations management and... read more

Professor of Foreign Languages

Topic(s): home stay component of study abroad, professional development, students studying abroad in Latin America, Mexican culture
Barbara Schmidt-Rinehart earned a B.A. in Spanish and membership in Phi Beta Kappa at Ohio University, a M.Ed. from Ashland University, and a Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education from the Ohio State University. She was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate Student in Education at AU when she... read more

Professional Instructor of Nursing, Community and Global Health Track

Topic(s): poverty, vulnerable populations, community health, obstetrics
Sharon See is a professional instructor of nursing. She received her MS in nursing from Otterbein University, her BS in nursing from MedCentral College of Nursing, and her AD in nursing from North Central State College. She has a certification in inpatient obstetrics, her specialty practice include... read more

Professional Instructor of Early Childhood Education

Topic(s): education curriculum and instruction for early childhood education, inclusion (educational context), mentoring, parenting, special education, storytelling, study skills, time management, adult-child relationships, at-risk youth, attention deficit disorder, autism, behavior disorders, behavior management, child development, children, choosing a college, discipline, diversity, emotional disturbance in children, environment, family
Tanzeah Sharpe, Professional Instructor, joined Ashland University in 2006 after having taught as an adjunct instructor for four years. Mrs. Sharpe has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Walsh University, Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction in Early Childhood Education from... read more

Professor of Political Science

Topic(s): the foundations and political implications of religious liberty as a human right, American politics, constitutional law, presidential election, religion and politics, terror war, United States Supreme Court
Dr. Jeffrey Sikkenga is professor of political science at Ashland University, adjunct fellow of the John M. Ashbrook Center, and senior fellow in the Program on Constitutionalism and Democracy at the University of Virginia. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in political thought, the... read more

Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology and Toxicology

Topic(s): Integration of writing-to-learn strategies and technology to promote learning and understanding of science
Dr. Kristin Simokat joined the Department of Biology and Toxicology as an Assistant Professor.  She is teaching courses in human anatomy & physiology.  Dr. Simokat received her BA in Biology from Wesleyan University and her PhD in Cellular & Molecular Biology with a concentration in... read more

Associate Professor of Religion

Topic(s): religion in America particularly the southern United States, religion and the Civil Rights movement, theologies of reconciliation, the history of Christian worship, African American religion, the black church, contemporary Christian issues, Great Britain, history of Christian worship, Mississippi, religious issues
Peter Slade teaches courses in the history of Christianity and Christian Thought. His scholarship and teaching is grounded in his work and life in the Church. He worked for several years as a community development worker for the Church of England in Blackburn and Aylesbury and served as a preacher... read more

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