Faculty Spotlights

Coutts, LindaProgram Chair : Health Information Management

Things have changed so much in healthcare and in HIM over the years. Federal regulations and new technologies are always evolving and everyone in healthcare must keep on top of it. I enjoy being involved in educating future HIM professionals.

Hofmann, TomProgram Chair : Applied Psychology

Today’s students need to develop the ability to find accurate information quickly, learn new skills, integrate the new knowledge and skills, and then apply the new learning to their personal and professional lives.

Schaengold, PhillipAdjunct Faculty : Health Services Administration

Success comes from education, work, perseverance and a commitment to excellence.

Nuosce, MaryDean : Nichols School of Professional Studies

As the field of counseling continues to evolve, our commitment ever increases to develop the counseling knowledge and skills of our Clinical Mental Health Counseling students.

Cooney, WilliamProfessor : Liberal Arts

I am honored by both the high quality of colleagues I work with and the outstanding students who come to our institution.

Nimmo, DiannaAdjunct Faculty : Liberal Arts

Dianna's dedication to education, instruction, speech/forensic coaching, and writing has earned her a wealth of instructional awards, honors, and recognitions.

Anderson, SusanProgram Chair and Associate Professor : Health Services Administration

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Ralph Waldo Emerson

Clifton, MarkAssistant Professor : Biomedical Sciences

As Herophilus said, “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied”. To work in a health field is really working for humanity to achieve its full potential.

Csuy, JeanneProfessor : Biomedical Sciences

Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions. - Unknown

Chapman, CurtisProgram Chair : Biomedical Sciences

The small class sizes at Hodges enable much more one-on-one interaction between professors and students than at most other schools, enhancing student learning opportunities.

Cali, LeishaProgram Director and Associate Professor : English as a Second Language

It is this vision of humanity and appreciation for diversity that makes this institution a place for transformation in the minds and, inevitably, in the lives of its students.

Ball, DianeVice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Research, and Professor : Computer Information Technology

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." – Mark Twain

Shoff, MeganVice Program Chair and Associate Professor : Biomedical Sciences

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." — Dr. Seuss

Feliciano, JoeAssociate Professor : Master of Science in Information Systems

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." - Wayne Gretzky

MacLaughlin, Mary JoAssistant Professor : Health Services Administration

In our rapidly changing healthcare environment, our future leaders’ ability to learn and re-learn will be their greatest asset. My goal is to nurture our students’ desire for lifelong learning.

Lanham, TraceyProgram Chair and Professor : Computer Information Technology

It's the right time to be a woman in technology!

Casey, SusanAssistant Professor : Health Information Management

To say healthcare has changed over the years is an understatement. I enjoy the challenge of keeping up with these changes. One of my goals for my students at Hodges University is to use their critical thinking skills to understand and embrace these changes while remaining focused on the primary customer, the patient.

Timur, AysegulDean : Johnson School of Business

I love Hodges University because I enjoy making a beneficial difference in the lives of our students, personally and professionally, via quality education in an effective learning environment that makes use of advanced educational technology.

Gomez, CindyDirector of Developmental Education and Associate Professor : Liberal Arts

Just breathe. When things get overwhelming, step back, take a deep breath, and relax.

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