This fall, Pine Manor College will welcome five new faculty members to its professorial ranks. Three of the new professors are in newly created positions, and two are replacing faculty who have relocated.
Lisa Breger — Professor Breger joins the English Department as an Assistant Professor of English Composition, having taught College Composition at Pine Manor College as an Adjunct for a number of years. A published poet and writer, Professor Breger will also be involved with both first-year and second-year Portfolio Seminar groups.
David Freeman — Professor Freeman joins the Management Program as an Assistant Professor of Management. With a BA from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia University, Professor Freeman has taught marketing, advertising, management, and organizational behavior at a number of area colleges. He also has 15 years of experience as a corporate trainer and consultant and is particularly interested in leadership studies.
Nisa Harrison — Professor Harrison joins the math faculty after many years of experience teaching in the Boston public schools. A graduate of Clark Atlanta with a BA in mathematics and an MA from Simmons College, Professor Harrison will be teaching a range of math courses from pre-algebra to calculus.
Fran Lynch — Professor Lynch also joins the Management Program as an Assistant Professor of Management after teaching last year as an adjunct. With degrees from Salem State College and Suffolk University, Professor Lynch has also taught at a number of area colleges. He is the principal partner in a marketing and management consulting firm.
Joy Miller — Professor Miller joins the Psychology faculty. Last year she taught PY101 Introduction to Psychology as an Adjunct while working on her dissertation at Boston University. An active and innovative teacher, Professor Miller’s area of interest is personality theory, with special emphasis on issues concerning gender, violence, and social justice. Professor Miller will teach PY101 Introduction to Psychology, PY 209 Applied Statistics for Psychology, and she will be a PLS Leader.
Thu, August 1, 2002
by Pine Manor College