KAREN C. THEVENY
Instructor of Communications
B.A., communications, West Chester State University; M.B.A., marketing emphasis, Widener University
Scholarly interests: print and digital publication and public relations communication
Joined campus in 2014.
Professor of Chemistry
B.Sc. (with honors), Reading University, England; M.Phil., Hatfield Polytechnic, England; Ph.D., Temple University; Chartered Chemist.
Scholarly/Research Interests: Organic Chemistry: Investigations into the structure and spectroscopic properties of 1,3- thiazolidin-4-ones and their tin complexes. Chemistry and Sport: pH of male and female sweat under varying workout conditions.
Joined campus faculty in l983.
Instructor in Information Sciences and Technology
B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; M.B.A., University of Detroit; M.S. Temple University
Scholarly/Research Interests: The project management of the implementation and development of information technology using a development life cycle strategy.
Joined campus faculty in 1999.
ELIZABETH C. WOMACK
Assistant Professor of English
B.A., Baylor University; M.A., Ph.D., Rice University
Scholarly/Research interests: Victorian literature and culture with a focus on urban poverty and women and gender studies
Joined campus faculty in 2012
MICHAEL R. YATAURO
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
B.A., Rutgers University; M.A., University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Stevens Institute of Technology
Scholarly/Research interests: Graph theory, determining structural aspects of a graph by studying its degree sequence.
Joined campus faculty in 2013.
Assistant Professor of IST
B.S., Tamkang University; M.Eng., Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
Scholarly Interests: Applying learning theory and practice in building intelligent tutoring systems for better learning outcomes.
Joined Brandywine faculty in 2015
MICHAEL D. YODER
Assistant Professor of Biology
B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
Scholarly/Research Interests: Understanding cell behavior during early embryonic development. Specifically, how a class of molecules, known as protocadherins, facilitates the separation of mesodermal tissue during gastrulation.
Joined campus faculty in 2014
JENNIFER M. ZOSH
Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
B.A., University of Delaware; M.A., Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University
Scholarly/Research Interests: Working memory abilities and limitations across the lifespan, with concentration on examining developmental change and developmental continuity, the fidelity of working memory representations, and the types of representations which can be stored in working memory.
Joined campus faculty in 2009