New faculty and staff join FHSU
03/07/2008

Fort Hays State University recently added several new faculty and staff.

Dr. Tony Andenoro accepted a full-time position in the Department of Leadership Studies as an assistant professor. He began his position on Aug. 13, 2007. Andenoro received a bachelor of arts degree in communication from the University of Toledo in 1997, a master of science degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University in 2001, and a Ph.D of philosophy in agricultural education from Texas A&M in 2005.

Dr. Carol Borchers accepted a full-time position in the Department of Teacher Education as an instructor. She began her position on Jan. 16. Borchers received a bachelor of science degree in environmental and public health from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, in 1974, her fifth-year secondary teacher certification from the University of Arizona in 1981, a master of education degree in reading from the University of Arizona in 1983, and a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in reading and a minor in measurement, from Kansas State University in 1990.

Daniel Hrabe accepted a full-time position in the Department of Justice Studies as an instructor. He will begin his position on Aug. 17, 2008. Hrabe received a bachelor of science degree in justice studies from Fort Hays State University in 1997, a master of liberal arts degree in justice studies from Fort Hays State University in 2000, and is currently working toward a Ph.D. in criminal justice from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minn., which he plans to receive in 2010.

Harrolyn Johnson accepted a full-time position in the Department of Nursing as a program specialist. She began her position on Oct. 3, 2007. Johnson received an associate in liberal arts from Tulsa Junior College in 1984, Tulsa, Okla.; a bachelor of science in nursing from Langston University, Tulsa, in 1986; and a master's degree in nursing with a community emphasis from the University of Oklahoma in 1996.   

Jennifer Kuner accepted a full-time position in the Kansas Small Business Development Center as an operations administrative specialist. She began her position on Jan. 2. Kuner received a bachelor of arts degree from Bethany College.

Amanda Stinemetz accepted a full-time position in the intensive English as a Second Language program as assistant director. She began her position on Jan. 6. Stinemetz received a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from Fort Hays State University in 2006 and is currently working toward a master of English literature from Fort Hays State University, which she plans to receive in July.

Anne Woods accepted a full-time position in the Kansas Small Business Development Center as assistant director of marketing and training. She began her position on Dec. 17, 2007. Woods received a bachelor of science degree in journalism and radio, TV and film from the University of Kansas.


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