Dr. Harold Abrams
Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Master of Public Admin Program
"Networking is one key to advancement and opportunity. Education (both knowledge gained and the master's credential itself) can aid this process and add to potential opportunities that are open to students."
"In every course I teach, I hope students are able to grow as individuals in character and understanding, and relate material to themselves in a way that improves overall quality of life, while they move closer to achieving their goals."
"Life Happens! It's how you recover and adapt that matters most."
Dr. Mary Annette Gary
"I would like my students to come away from my classes with the knowledge and skills to be a successful leader, with concern about those they lead and a desire to mentor others to become leaders."
Dr. Imane Hijal-Moghrabi
Assistant Professor of Public Administration
"Teaching, to me, is more than a career; it is a mission. I decided to teach because I sincerely want to impact students' lives."
Dr. Jamie S. Hughes
"I want students to learn how to apply psychological concepts to solve problems, engage in skepticism, and to live more fulfilling and happy lives."
Dr. Taylor McMichael
Senior Lecturer and Political Science Program Coordinator
"No matter what, be intellectually curious."