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  • Paul Aberasturi
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    Theatre
  • Caroline Abiaziem
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    Nursing Program
  • Luna Akhtar
    Faculty
    Biology
  • Mike Alberti
    Faculty
    English
  • Carrie Anderson
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    Mathematics
  • Luke Andresen
    Faculty
    InterNetwork Emerging Technologies
  • Moa Apagodu
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    Mathematics
  • Rebecca Barger
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    Cosmetology
  • Lee Behling
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    Chemistry
  • Experience: Dr. Bell has been teaching biology courses at Century College since 2011. Dr. Bell has worked to develop programs and strategies to incorporate primary research experiences for students early in their academic careers. These strategies include both laboratory based and literature based research in and out of the classroom. Her collaborative work has led to a primary author publication in educational pedagogies and presentations by her and her community college students in local and national forums. Dr. Bell has established and maintains fundamental STEM collaborations with neighboring institutions including being a Partner Instructor in Tiny Earth. Dr. Bell’s primary research focuses on antibiotic resistance.
    Education: PhD, Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Genetics, University of Minnesota; BA, Biology, Gustavus Adolphus College
    Jessica Bell
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    Bio
    Biology
  • Alicia Boehne
    Faculty
    Radiologic Tech
  • Melissa Bordenave
    Faculty
    Nursing Program
  • Mary Bratager Fernandez
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    English
  • Lisa Breger
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    Economics
  • Jill Bries Korpik
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    Earth Science
  • Lisa Brimmer
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    English
  • Patrick Brown
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    Mathematics
  • Experience: Jill Cadwell has been teaching college-level English courses for over 20 years, and has been teaching at Century since 2002. She also consistently participates in administrative work on campus, whether as English Department Chair, MSCF Union Local Executive Committee Officer, or working on other initiatives important to Century College’s mission and for the benefit of students. As time permits, Jill likes to write nonfiction personal essays and read literature about the environment. She is an advocate for understanding and slowing climate change.
    Education: 2017 Institute for Culturally-Responsive Pedagogy - Completed Semester-Long Training; 2002 Masters Degree in English (Teaching College English) from Saint Cloud State University; 1999 Baccalaureate of Arts Degree from Saint Cloud State University, Major: English, Minor: Human Relations
    Notable: 2020 MinnState Board of Trustees Outstanding Educator2010 Century College Student Voice Award Recipient2009 Century College Student Voice Award Nominee2008-2009 Award for Excellence Grant Recipient - Writing Across the Curriculum Project2006-2007
    Hobbies: writing, reading, playing with my kid, and walking my dogs
    Jill Cadwell
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    Bio
    English
  • Erin Carter
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    Biology
  • Ricci Casa De Calvo
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    Orthotics Technology
  • Experience: Charlie Castro has dedicated her entire career to education, encompassing volunteer work, corporate roles, and formal teaching positions. Her passion lies in exploring how the art of rhetoric can shape historical outcomes and shape narratives for the future. For over a decade, she has primarily concentrated on instructing courses in Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication. In addition, Charlie has shared her expertise through adult education workshops in the Metro Area.
    Education: M.A. in Communication Studies, Bethel University, St. Paul, MN
    Hobbies: 80’s music, Cooking and Baking, Enjoying each season with my husky, Reading
    Charlie Castro
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    Bio
    Communication Studies
  • Tracy Cheatham
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    Chemistry
  • Kathryn Christie
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    Music
  • Jen Colburn
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    Medical Assisting
  • Thom Costa
    Faculty
    Cosmetology
  • Mario Covelski
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    Computer Technology Support and Administration
  • Cathy Crea
    Faculty
    Reading/Student Success
  • Corey Culver
    Faculty
    Sociology
  • Julie Daniels
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    English
  • Christina Davis
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    Education
  • Jermaine Davis
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    Communication Studies
  • Toni Degen
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    Emergency Medical Services
  • Experience: Ms. DeMillo has sixteen years of experience teaching Design and Digital Media courses. She has served as adjunct faculty at Century College, Anoka Ramsey Community College, and Dakota County Technical College and is a freelance designer who specializes in designing for justice and equity.Technical College. She is a freelance designer who specializes in nonprofit organizations, like Hazelden Publications, the white Bear Area Food Shelf, and the Rice Street Gardens
    Education: Masters Degree in Education from Hamline UniversityBA in Studio Art from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
    Notable: MNActeSnp Teacher of the Year, 2005Speaker at the national autism conference, Reaching New Frontiers, Reno, NV, 1998
    Connie DeMillo
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    Bio
    Visual Communications Careers
  • Experience: Dr. Diji has been teaching psychology since 2004. She taught six years at Covenant University, Nigeria, two years at the University of Northwestern, Minnesota, and has been at Century College since Spring 2012. In addition to teaching, she has experience in the “Read Right” instruction, which is a unique reading improvement methodology (brain science) that helps struggling readers become excellent readers. Likewise, she is involved in students’ assessment at various levels and regularly participates in the Advanced Placement (AP) research program. Dr. Diji has also been active in the K-12 education system, including being an advocate of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) model designed to close the achievement gap and help students with high academic potential prepare for college/university. She is also a founding member and the current chair of a new PreK-12 charter school (Innovation science and technology Academy) in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. The goal of this unique charter school is to develop at an early age, globally conscious student innovators, and agents of change.
    Education: BS, Psychology, University of Ibadan-Nigeria; MS, I-O Psychology, Covenant University-Nigeria; Ph.D., I-O Psychology, Walden University
    Hobbies: Research, reading, and singing
    Bimpe Diji
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    Bio
    Psychology
  • Emmanuel Doh
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    English
  • Experience: Susannah Dolance grew up in Dallas, Texas and discovered her passion for Sociology early in her undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University, where she earned a BA in Sociology in 1997. She earned her Master’s degree and PhD in Sociology at the University of Michigan. In 2004, Susannah moved from Michigan to Minnesota in order to teach Sociology and Gender Studies full-time at Century College. Her areas of interest are gender, sexuality, race, education, and social change. She lives with her partner in Northeast Minneapolis, where in her free time, she enjoys reading (especially fantasy and science fiction), biking, and cooking and eating good food.
    Education: BA, Sociology, Texas Tech University; MA & PhD, Sociology, University of Michigan
    Hobbies: See bio above
    Susannah Dolance
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    Bio
    Sociology
  • John Domagall
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    Computer Technology Support and Administration
  • Julia Ehrlich
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    Music
  • Kelley Emerson
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    Human Services
  • Experience: Dr. Engelen-Eigles has been teaching at the college level for over 25 years. Prior to joining the faculty at Century in 2004, she taught at the University of St. Katherine, St. Olaf College, and the University of Minnesota. From 2013-2015, she co-directed the task force that designed a comprehensive Honors Program for the College and brought it to the eve of implementation. Dr. Engelen-Eigles has extensive experience teaching online and blended courses, and currently mentors other faculty in online teaching strategies.
    Education: Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Minnesota; MS in Consumer Studies, Virginia Tech; Graduate Certificate in European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles; BA in Studio Art, Wesleyan University.
    Notable: 2011-2012 Fulbright Research Scholar, Seoul, Korea “Women with Disabilities in Korea: Experiences with Health Care”; “Why Honors is a Hard Sell in the Community College” (with Jan Milner), published in the Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council
    Hobbies: Learning languages, fitness, water sports
    Debbie Engelen-Eigles
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    Bio
    Sociology
  • Experience: Taddese Erba has 3 years of experience as high school physics and math teacher. He has a 1.5 year experience as Graduate assistant as and 1 year of experience as computer science teacher.
    Education: Bachelor’s degree in physics from Addis Ababa University. Master’s degree in computer science from Saint Cloud State University.
    Hobbies: Biking, Athletics, Reading, Computing, etc
    Taddese Erba
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    Bio
    Computer Science
  • Kathy Fabro
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    Nursing Program
  • Experience: In the realm of HVAC, Dolly Ferrara has amassed a diverse range of experiences over the years. Starting her career as a technician, Dolly’s hands-on experience installing, repairing, and maintaining HVAC systems in, including residential, commercial, and industrial environments. Dolly’s journey in the HVAC field, she tackled complex challenges, from troubleshooting intricate system malfunctions to optimizing energy efficiency in HVAC installations.In addition to Dolly’s HVAC background, she also has a robust foundation in welding. Dolly’s journey as a welder began with formal training in various welding techniques, including MIG, TIG, and stick welding. As she strengthened her skills, she took on diverse projects, fabricating structures and components for different applications. Dolly has demonstrated proficiency and precision in welding tasks.Dolly’s welding experiences have instilled in her meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to quality craftsmanship. In the classroom, She leverages her expertise to guide students through hands-on welding exercises, imparting essential techniques and safety protocols. Dolly’s passion for welding shines through as she mentors aspiring welders, nurturing their skills and fostering a culture of excellence in the workshop.Overall, Dolly’s combined experiences in heating and air conditioning and welding positions has been a valuable asset in both the classroom and the industry. Dolly’s dedication to sharing knowledge and empowering the next generation of professionals ensures that her impact extends far beyond her own achievements.
    Education: Associates of Applied Sciences Degree in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology from Century College; Associates of Applied Sciences Degree in Facility Maintenance Engineering Degree from Century College; Certification in Welding from Century College
    Dolly Ferrara
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    Bio
    Welding
  • Tony Fruci
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    Prosthetic Technology
  • Eric Gadbois
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    Criminal Justice
  • Dawn Goebel
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    Cosmetology
  • Lynda Goerisch
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    Emergency Medical Services
  • Experience: Michael Gold-Biss is a Managing Principal Consultant at Politics & Policy LLC., Minnesota. He has taught at North Hennepin Community College, the Tharpar Institute of Engineering & Technology (India), The Military University of Nueva Granada (Colombia), The William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, National Defense University; North Hennepin Community College and Saint Cloud State University, Minnesota State University System; the Catholic University of Salta (Argentina); the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Texas A&M International University, the University of Costa Rica, The University of the West Indies (Jamaica), the Special Operations University (Florida); the Center for Superior War Studies (Mexico) and the American University, Washington, DC, among other higher education institutions in the hemisphere and elsewhere.
    Education: Ph.D., International Relations, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC; MBA, University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management; MA, Political Science, University of Delaware; BA, International Affairs and History, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
    Notable: He has received numerous national, state, and institutional awards for excellence in teaching, including Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers; Excellence in Teaching Award, Student Representative Assembly, St. Cloud State University; The Honor Society of Ph
    Michael Gold-Biss
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    Bio
    Political Science
  • Experience: Eric Graham is a bassist, keyboardist, and composer. He has performed in venues from California to New York and is currently an active player in the Twin Cities. He played on the album Beyond Blues which won Minnesota Monthly’s “Excellence in Music” award and was for a time a top-10 album on various national jazz charts. A classically-trained composer, he holds a Masters Degree in Music Composition from the Peabody Conservatory. His music has been featured at the Society of Composers National Convention and the Ernest Bloch Composers’ Symposium; recently the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra presented his piece c’TRANE b’TOK as part of their Chamber Music Series. For his creative endeavors, Graham has received two Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grants, the Minnesota State Arts Board “Arts Leader” Award, an LRAC/McKnight Foundation Career Development Grant, a Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant, the Virginia Carty deLillo Prize for Composition, a National Assembly of State Arts Agencies Scholarship, a Peabody Institute Merit Scholarship, the ASCAP Raymond Hubble Music Award, and a National Honor Society Scholarship. Additionally, he has received both an Award for Excellence and Presidential Innovation Grant from Century College. He was raised in Barrow, Alaska - an Eskimo village 400 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
    Education: MM, Music Composition, Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University
    Hobbies: My hobby and my job are the same - I call it a ‘jobby.’
    Eric Graham
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    Bio
    Music
  • Kim Gravelle
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    Business Mgmnt
  • Jennifer Greger
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    Nursing Program
  • Nicole Gresczyk
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    Dental Assisting
  • Experience: Dr. Gryczman, born and raised in Poland, has 21 years of teaching experience and 27 years of experience as a nurse in variety of nursing settings & specialties such as: geriatrics, adult med-surg, telemetry, adult orthopedics, neurology, rehabilitation, epilepsy, oncology, behavioral health (adolescence, adult and geriatric), pediatric neurology, pediatric med-surg, orthopedics and pediatric med-trauma. Dr. Gryczman is board certified as an advanced holistic nurse, nurse educator, and public health nurse. She works at the point-of-care at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare to stay current in clinical practice. Her special interests include clinical nutrition, holistic health and healing, nursing simulation and genetics.
    Education: Doctor of Nursing Practice from Metropolitan State University; Master’s Degree in Nursing from University of Minnesota; Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from Metropolitan State University
    Notable: March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award nomination Award of Excellence– for the development of on-line “ Basic Concepts of Clinical Nutrition” module Perkins Grant recipient for the development of on-line pharmacology module Presidential Innovation
    Anna Gryczman
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    Bio
    Nursing Program
  • Jonathan Gunderson
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    Philosophy
  • Experience: Captain Hager has served in Law Enforcement for the past 22 years as an Officer, Detective, School Resource Officer, DARE Officer, Canine Handler, Narcotics Investigator, Sergeant and Captain for the State of North Dakota, the City of Lino Lakes, the University of Minnesota Police Department and, most recently, for the City of White Bear Lake. He has taught in higher education since 2015.
    Education: MA, Emergency Management, Walden University; BA, Metropolitan State University
    Hobbies: Family & Basketball
    Dale Hager
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    Bio
    Criminal Justice
  • Joe Haker
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    History
    651-779-3425
  • Jason Hankes
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    Physical Education/Health
  • Eric Harmon
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    English
  • Steph Hartman
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    Nursing Program
  • Experience: Vicky has eight years of experience in nursing including long-term care, transitional care, and medical/surgical acute care as well as a variety of nursing leadership roles including precepting, charge nurse, and admissions nurse.
    Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Arkansas; Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Century College; Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Metropolitan State University
    Vicky Henderson
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    Bio
    Nursing Program
  • Beth Hentges
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    Mathematics
  • Experience: I teach courses in child development, adolescent development, adulthood, aging and death, lifespan psychology, general psychology, social psychology, sensation and perception and statistics. My areas of specialty are children’s cognitive development and early childhood education. In addition to teaching college courses, I provide workshops on child and adolescent development to children, parents and educators. While these workshops span many topics, I have a particular love of teaching children and adolescents about how their brains work so that they can better understand their minds and bodies.
    Education: PhD, Developmental Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz
    Hobbies: Enjoying life
    Katherine Herold
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    Bio
    Psychology
  • Nicole Hinrichs
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    Humanities
  • Brian Jenson
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    Mathematics
  • Experience: Robert Jersak has been teaching Communication coursework in the Minnesota State college and university system for over 15 years. His professional areas of interest and study include cross-cultural empathy, deliberative dialogue and audio documentary interviewing. He is currently pursuing a certificate in documentary studies at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in Durham, NC. Robert has also taught storytelling, creative writing and podcasting workshops across the Twin Cities metro area.
    Education: MA, Communication Studies, Minnesota State University - Mankato
    Hobbies: Filmmaking, Podcasting and Writing
    Robert Jersak
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    Bio
    Communication Studies
  • Yanmei Jiang
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    English
  • Experience: Jackie has been working throughout the Minneapolis dental community since 2008 in various roles including office administration, chairside dental assisting, and dental assisting education. In 2014, she graduated from the Century College Dental Assisting program and returned to the program in 2016 as an educator. She graduated in 2020 with her Masters degree in Educational Leadership from Minnesota State University- Mankato.
    Education: Associates in Dental Assisting, Bachelors in Mass Communications, Masters Degree in Educational Leadership
    Jackie Johnson
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    Bio
    Dental Assisting
  • Experience: Dr Arney Johnston has more than 10 years experience teaching and 25 years experience in the museum sector.
    Education: Bachelor of Arts - University of Minnesota - Twin Cities; Masters of Art - University of Ulster - Belfast, Northern Ireland (UK); PhD - University of Ulster - Belfast, Northern Ireland (UK)
    Notable: Dr. Megan Arney Johnston is a curator, writer, and educator who utilizes socially engaged practices to connect with audiences. She is interested in where creativity converges with visual culture and civil engagement. Her passion is focusing on creating in
    Megan Johnston
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    Bio
    Art
  • Daniel Jones
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    English
    651-779-3436
  • Jacob Jurss
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    History
  • Ekaterina Kadnikova
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    Chemistry
  • Gene Kath
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    Cybersecurity, Forensics and Information Assurance
    651-773-1787
  • Education: B.S. Radiological Sciences Leadership - Concordia University
    Laura Kindelberger
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    Bio
    Radiologic Tech
  • Mary Kinder
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    Accounting
  • Mohamed Kishawy
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    Computer Science
  • Joe Klein
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    Nursing Program
    651-747-4014
  • Bob Klindworth
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    Physics
  • Jody Koch
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    Reading/Student Success
    651-779-3353
  • Jeffrey Korpik
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    Biology
  • Dwight Kotila
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    Physical Education/Health
  • Tom Kriesel
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    Facilities Maintenance Engineer
  • Edward Kruszka
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    Mathematics
  • Benjamin Kunkel
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    Music
  • Rachel Labey
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    Nursing Program
  • Experience: Shari Lambrecht attended 916 Vocational Technical College and received her diploma as a Medical Assistant in 1984. She is certified through the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) and has maintained current through continuing education. Shari worked in an ambulatory care facility as a Certified Medical Assistant for 20 years and provided clinical, laboratory and x-ray skills to patients before coming to Century College. In fall semester 2005, she started working as a CLA 2 and became an Instructor in spring semester 2006. Shari teaches hybrid courses in Clinical and Laboratory courses as well as Administrative Procedures, which is taught on campus.She has completed the Teacher Education Series (TES) in the spring of 2008 at the University of Minnesota. Courses included: Introduction to Vocational Teaching, Foundations of Instructional Methods, Course Development, Student Assessment and Philosophy and Practice of Career and Technical Education.
    Education: AA Degree, Century College; Medical Assistant Diploma, 916 VoTech
    Hobbies: Gardening
    Shari Lambrecht
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    Bio
    Medical Assisting
  • John LaPine
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    English
  • Thanh Le
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    Economics
    651-779-3424
  • Experience: Brian Lewis has 25 years as an instructor of composition and American Literature. 15 years as instructor of Gender Studies. Editor of MCTE Journal, three years. Current Assistant Chair of TYCA-Midwest.
    Education: BA, MA, English, Wayne State University; PhD, Critical Studies in the Teaching of English, Michigan State University
    Hobbies: Reading (especially memoirs), writing, working out, eating good food, listening to 80s music
    Brian Lewis
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    English
  • Experience: Teresa has been teaching chemistry at the college level since 2007. From 2002-2007, she performed chemical research as a 3M Fellow in the fields of kinetics, materials chemistry, computational chemistry, and biochemistry.
    Hobbies: sewing Halloween costumes, camping/road trips
    Teresa Lewis
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    Bio
    Chemistry
  • Experience: Kristy Livingston is a Sr Manager of the Cyber Security Operations Center at Sleep Number and Adjunct Faculty at Century College. She has 12 years of cybersecurity experience and has held leadership roles overseeing, data governance, vulnerability management e-discovery and incident response. Kristy holds a Master of Science in Security Technologies (ST) from University of MN’s Leadership Insitute and industry certifications including CISSP and EnCE.
    Education: Master of Science in Security Technologies (ST) from University of MN’s Leadership Institute
    Kristy Livingston
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    Bio
    Cybersecurity, Forensics and Information Assurance
  • Kristina Maki
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    Nursing Program
  • Randall Martens
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    Music
  • David McKay
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    Geography
  • Celina McManus
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    English
  • Rachel McWhorter
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    English
  • Experience: Dr. Mekala has 23 years of Research and Development in chemical engineering from 3M company ranging from Magnetic tape to Fuel Cell technology to a Aluminum Composite Conductor. He has been teaching in ENGR and MATH departments since Fall 2012. He loves to train motivated students to pursue engineering studies.
    Education: Bachelor Degree, Chemical Engineering, IIT, Chennai, India; PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
    Hobbies: Church activities, Jogging and Tennis
    David Mekala
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    Bio
    Engineering
  • Sharon Mensah
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    Biology
  • Crystalyn Morton
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    Nursing Program
  • Chad Mueller
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    Emergency Medical Services
  • Gerry Naughton
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    Mathematics
  • Mathew Nyamagwa
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    Computer Science
  • Experience: Steve has been teaching Philosophy at Century College for 15 years. His area of specialization is in Ethics; more specifically, Virtue Ethics. Outside the classroom he serves as the student advisor for the Alpha Omega Christian club at Century.
    Education: PhD, Philosophy, University of Nebraska; MA, Philosophy of Religion, Talbot School of Theology; BA, Communication, University of Utah
    Hobbies: Watching Soccer and Brewing Beer.
    Steve Odmark
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    Bio
    Philosophy
  • Brandy Opse
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    English
  • Joe Osborn
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    Earth Science
  • David Paehlke
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    InterNetwork Emerging Technologies
  • David Pierce
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    Emergency Medical Services
  • Padma Ramlall
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    Accounting
  • Steve Ramsey
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    Business Mgmnt
  • Amy Rawson
    Faculty
    Communication Studies
  • Kurt Reedich
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    Mathematics
  • Paul Roach
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    Anthropology
  • Jennifer Robey
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    Reading/Student Success
  • Greg Rosik
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    Mathematics
  • Susan Salazar-Kleiner
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    Spanish
  • Delia Samuel
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    Mathematics
  • Matthew Sanders
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    Computer Science
  • Kwabena Sarpong
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    Biology
  • Kelly Scheurer
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    Dental Assisting
  • Experience: Dr. Seiford is a professor, a researcher, an advocate for children, and a writer. She has been teaching a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate level psychology courses within the Minnesota State College and University system since 2010. She has been a featured writer for Psychology Today since 2019, has had her own blog since 2017, and has written several books.
    Education: BA, Applied Psychology, Minnesota State University-Mankato; MS, Organizational Psychology, Capella University; PhD, Educational Psychology, Capella University
    Notable: Golden Apple Award - Outstanding Faculty Member, Normandale Community College, Spring 2018, Fall 2018Golden Apple Award - Outstanding Faculty Member, Inver Hills Community College, 2014
    Hobbies: Walking, reading, writing, and spending time with family and friends.
    Linda Seiford
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    Bio
    Psychology
  • Don Simmel
    Faculty
    Automotive Service Technology
  • Angela Simons
    Faculty
    Mathematics
  • Experience: Lynn Smaagaard is a graduate and alumni of Century College. Lynn comes from a long line of Century College educators. Her mother, Mary, taught in the Business Department and her father, Paul, taught in Continuing Education. Lynn has worked with the Minnesota State Colleges for over twenty-five years. She has eighteen years’ teaching experience and seven years’ experience as a Customized Training Consultant. Her direct marketing experience includes sales, merchandising, advertising, sales promotion and project management.
    Education: 916 Area Vocational Technical Institute in Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
    Hobbies: Drawing Jewelry making Writing and illustrating children’s books Cooking Knitting Traveling Lynn’s goal is to try one new thing
    Lynn Smaagaard
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    Bio
    Marketing Program
  • Mark Smeltzer
    Faculty
    Communication Studies
  • Garett Smith
    Faculty
    ESOL
  • Robbie Spencer
    Faculty
    Art
  • Karla Steele
    Faculty
    Nursing Program
  • Paul Theisen
    Faculty
    Computer Technology Support and Administration
  • Education: B.A. degree in Biomedical Science from St Cloud State University, St Cloud, MN; Secondary Teaching Degree in Biology, Portland State University, Portland, OR; M.S. degree in Biology from Portland State University, Portland, OR
    Pamela Thinesen
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    Bio
    Biology
  • Lori Thrun
    Faculty
    Biology
  • Kavi Turnbull
    Faculty
    Business Mgmnt
  • Amanda Vindedahl
    Faculty
    Chemistry
  • Roger Wagner
    Faculty
    Prosthetic Practitioner
  • Bernard Walker
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    Philosophy
  • Stacey Wollschlager
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    English
  • Colleen Wood
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    Political Science
  • William Young
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    Mathematics
  • Shannon Zurbey
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    Dental Hygiene