Spring Hill College (SHC) is pleased to welcome nine new faculty members to The Hill for the 2018-19 school year. They come from California to Maryland and have degrees and experience from schools such as Harvard, Boston College and, of course, Spring Hill College. The professors and instructors will be in the areas of Business, Education, Languages and Literature, Science and Mathematics and Social Science.
“We are excited about the diversity of education and knowledge the new faculty bring to our students and our campus life. The quality of the education provided here is of utmost priority and we believe we have enhanced that with the addition of these individuals,” said Provost George Sims, PhD.
Robert Arbour, PhD is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English from Indiana University.
Matthew Barnes, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics from Louisiana State University.
George W. Clark Jr is an Instructor of Business and is currently completing his PhD in Computing from the University of South Alabama.
Theresa McGonagle Crider is an Assistant Professor of Business. A 1992 Spring Hill College graduate, Crider most recently held the position of Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs at SHC.
Matthew S. Gervase, PhD is an Instructor of French from California State University at Long Beach.
Cinthya Evelyn Torres Nuñez, PhDis an Assistant Professor of Spanish from Harvard University.
Jamie O’Mally O'Bryant, PhDis an Assistant Professor of Psychology from the University of Alabama. O’Bryant is a 2004 Spring Hill College graduate.
Alexandria N. Ruble, PhDis an Assistant Professor of History from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Angela Stewart, EdDis an Assistant Professor of Education from Arkansas Tech University.