Culver-Stockton College Welcomes New Faculty Members
Culver-Stockton College (C-SC), a private liberal arts college offering 80 major and minor tracks, announces 10 new faculty members in three different areas of study at the college for the 2023-24 academic year.
Dr. Kim Gaither, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at C-SC, said the addition of the new instructors will further strengthen the programs offered on campus, and positions the college to continue a path of growth and expansion.
“We are excited to welcome these new faculty members who will bring their insights and expertise in their respective fields to the Culver-Stockton classrooms,” Gaither said. “We are continuously seeking the very best in academics for our students to uphold our mission and promise to set forth the next generation of leaders. These exceptional faculty members will help us achieve that.”
New faculty members in the Applied Liberal Arts & Sciences (ALAS) Division are: Alexander Benedict, assistant professor of biology; Lacy Chapel, assistant professor of health sciences and athletic training; Alexis Kubiak, lecturer of counselor education; Robert Mevissen, assistant professor of history; Chelsey Morrow, assistant professor of mathematics.
New faculty members in the Business, Education, Law (BEL) Division are: Matthew Bilgri, lecturer in business administration; Kailee Gaither, visiting assistant professor of business; Robin Jarvis, lecturer of business administration.
New faculty members in the Fine, Applied and Literary Arts (FALA) Division are: Scott Arthur, assistant professor of art and curator of the Mabee Gallery; Emily Mayne, assistant professor of English
In addition to the new instructors, C-SC has recently announced exciting program additions for the start of the upcoming academic year, including a new minor in athletic coaching and a partnership with Hannibal Regional Healthcare System for a nursing education program.
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