Thursday, July 26, 2012

Edison Welcomes New English Faculty

Two new full-time English faculty members will be joining the Edison Community College roster this fall, bringing with them a broad spectrum of experience and talent to share with students and the community.

The new faculty are an important addition to Edison’s efforts to meet the growing needs of its post-secondary (PSEOP) and degree-seeking student populations and to expand on them.

Becky Lindeman, who has been teaching at the college as an adjunct since January of 2011, came up through the ranks of Edison as a PSEOP student, continuing on to receive her associate of arts and associate of science degrees 2006. She later attended Wright State University, graduating in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in English and in 2010 with a master’s in English Literature.

Lindeman has also worked in the Edison Learning Center and online as an eTutor since 2011. She currently lives in Piqua.

William Loudermilk has been working at Sinclair Community College for the past eight years as a full-time English faculty member, teaching composition and directing the college’s writing center. In addition, he has taught part-time at Edison since 1998. He is originally from Dayton and currently lives in the Huber Heights area.

Loudermilk has regularly been involved with Edison’s theater program, The Edison Stagelight Players, and has directed several plays, the most recent being 2011’s “Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily.”

Edison Community College’s Associate of Arts – English, is a program that focuses on needed general education and introductory English courses that transfer as preparation for upper-level work as a junior and senior at a four-year college or university.

The Associate of Arts degree can lead to four-year programs in pre-law, psychology, sociology, English, history, public administration, liberal arts, music, fine art, communication, and many other fields.

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