Hodges welcomes new faculty members
Hodges University has added several new members to its faculty for the fall 2011 term. Professor Kim Schnurbush joins the Nichols School of Professional Studies in its Criminal Justice program. Professor Schnurbush received an undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire, a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Fitchburg State College, and will receive her Ph.D. in Criminal Justice later this year. She is a former investigator for both the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the State of New Hampshire. She has 14 years of experience in a combination of law enforcement, mental health and prisons.
In its Liberal Arts department, Hodges welcomes Professor Iryna Labachova. Professor Labachova received both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in math and computer science education from Mogilev State University in Belarus. Additionally, she received a Master’s degree from the University of Rochester. Her recent teaching experience includes math instruction at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Also joining the Liberal Arts department is Professor Jacquelyn Davis who will teach psychology and interdisciplinary studies courses. Professor Davis received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Her experience includes working as an Academic Program Manager, Corporate Recruiter and an instructor. She is also a Registered Mental Health Intern.
For more information about the degree programs at Hodges University, please call (239) 513-1122 or log onto www.hodges.edu.