More new faculty added at FHSU
08/31/2007

Fort Hays State University has recently added several more new faculty for the 2007-2008 year.

Dr. Linda Antas accepted a full-time position in the Department of Music as an assistant professor. She began her position on Aug. 13. Antas received a bachelor of music degree in composition from the University of Illinois in 1994, a master of music in composition from University of Illinois in 1996 and a Ph.D. in composition from the University of Washington in 2002. She also studied in Barcelona, Spain, under a Fulbright Fellowship.

Matthew Carroll accepted a full-time position in the Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning Technology as an interim integrated learning technologies specialist. He began his position on Aug. 8. Carroll received a bachelor of science degree in technology studies from FHSU in 2001 and a master of science degree in instructional technology from FHSU in 2007.

Erica Enns accepted a full-time position in the Department of English as a Virtual College international instructor. She began her position Aug. 1. Enns received a bachelor of arts degree in French with a minor in Arabic studies from Texas Tech University in 2004 and a master of arts in applied linguistics with a minor in French from Texas Tech in 2006.

Thomas Elliott accepted a full-time position in the Department of English as a Virtual College international instructor. He began his position Aug. 13. Elliott received a bachelor of arts in English from FHSU in 2004.

Dr. Darrell Hamlin accepted a full-time position in the Department of Justice Studies as an instructor. He began his position on Aug. 13. Hamlin received a bachelor of arts in American studies from Baylor University in 1985, a master of arts in political science from Rutgers University in 1994 and a Ph.D. in political science from Rutgers in 2004.

Dr. Brian Maricle accepted a full-time position in the Department of Biological Sciences as an instructor. He began his position on Aug. 12. Maricle received a bachelor of science in biology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2000, a master of science in botany from Washington State University in 2002 and a Ph.D. in botany from Washington State University in 2006.

Gretchen Fields accepted a part-time position in Student Affairs. She began her position as the Coordinator for Student Publications on Aug. 20. Meyer received a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication with an emphasis in magazine journalism with a designated area of concentration in sociology from Iowa State University in 2000.


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