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Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages

Topic(s): US-Mexico border literature
Jennifer Rathbun has a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in contemporary Latin American literature and is currently an associate professor of Spanish and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages at Ashland University. The Bitter Oleander Press published her translation of the poetry... read more
Rene Rawraway

Assistant Professor of Hospitality Management

Topic(s): chef, food and nutrition, hotel and restaurant management, multiple myeloma, Anti-Semitism
Professor René Rawraway CEC, CCE, assistant professor of hospitality management, joined the Ashland University faculty in 1986. He is a graduate of the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park, New York. In 2003 chef Rawraway was named the ACF Northeast Region Chef Professionalism Award winner. He also... read more
Carol Reece

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Family Health Track

Topic(s): empowerment, special needs children, medical home, pediatrics
Carol Reece is a assistant professor of nursing. She received her MS from Ohio State University, her APN from the University of Cincinnati, her BSN from Ashland University, and her AD from North Central State College. She is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner. Her specialty practice is... read more

Professor and Chair of the Department of Music

Topic(s): music theory, jazz studies, applied woodwinds, saxophone, clarinet
Dr. Thomas Reed is a professor of music and Chair of the Department of Music at Ashland University where he has taught in a number of areas including applied woodwinds, music theory, and jazz studies. He joined the faculty in 1986. He is a member of the Akron Symphony (bass clarinet), Ashland... read more

Professional Instructor of Dietetics

Topic(s): clinical dietetics, nutrition
Denise is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Dietetics. She has been faculty within the Ashland University Dietetics program since 2010, but joined Ashland University full-time in 2013. Her background and expertise is in clinical dietetics, working many years as a critical care dietitian and... read more

Professor of Counseling

Topic(s): counseling, differential diagnosis, theology of scripture in ministry
Dr. Mike Reuschling is a professor of Counseling at the Ashland University Theological Seminary. Dr. Reuschling's time at Ashland Theological Seminary has vitalized his spiritual walk and given him an outlet for one of his great loves: teaching. He is respected both in and outside his department... 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.    
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