Queens Announces New Faculty for 2013-2014
Seven new faculty members in the areas of communication, music, education, kinesiology and nursing join Queens University of Charlotte.
Mr. Joseph Cornelius
Mr. Joseph Cornelius is a visiting Assistant Professor of Communication in the Knight School of Communication. Joe holds an MFA in Documentary Filmmaking from Wake Forest University where he has been a teaching assistant and held workshops in documentary filmmaking, media productions and cinematography. Joe recently moved to Charlotte from Winston-Salem.
Dr. Stephanie Lawrence-White
Dr. Stephanie Lawrence-White is a Stanley Livingston Endowed Chair, Associate Professor of Music and Chair of the Department of Music, Theater and Dance in the College of Arts and Sciences. Stephanie has a PhD in Musicology from The Catholic University of America in Washington D. C. She comes to Queens from Bennett College in Greensboro where she was Department Chairperson and Associate Professor of Music.
Ms. Tosha Arriola
Ms. Tosha Arriola is an instructor of Education in the Cato School of Education. Tosha holds a Master of Education in Literacy Programs from Queens. She has most recently taught the fifth grade for five years at Myers Park Traditional Elementary School.
Dr. Robert Ceglie
Dr. Robert Ceglie is an Assistant Professor of Education in the Cato School of Education. Rob hold a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction: Science Education from the University of Connecticut. He comes to Queens from Mercer University where he taught courses in Early Childhood Special Education, Middle Grades, Secondary, MEd and PhD programs in face-to-face, hybrid and online formats. Rob moved to Charlotte from Macon, Georgia.
Dr. Amy Knab
Dr. Amy Knab is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology in the Blair College of Health. Amy holds an Interdisciplinary PhD in Biology with a concentration in Exercise Physiology from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She comes to Queens having served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Leisure and Exercise Science at Appalachian State University-Research Campus, Kannapolis.
Dr. Robert Lyons, Jr.
Dr. Robert Lyons, Jr. is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology in the Blair College of Health. Robert holds a PhD in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from the University of New Mexico. He most recently served as a tenured Associate Professor of Sports Management in the Department of Health & Human Performance at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte.
Ms. Victoria Talbot
Ms. Victoria Talbot is an instructor of Nursing in the Presbyterian School of Nursing. Vicki holds a Master of Science in Nursing Degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. She has taught most recently at Horry-Georgetown Technical College. She was teaching advanced medical surgical nursing in clinical settings, labs and lectures for senior-level students. She moved to Charlotte from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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