New faculty, staff join CoT

Created on: August 16, 2012

Several new faculty and staff join the College of Technology this fall or started their new positions earlier in the year. They include:

Jessica Anderson, clinical assistant professor of building construction management
Harold Baker, recruitment and retention coordinator
Shannon Cassady, secretary in Aviation Technology
Victor Chen, visiting assistant professor of computer graphics technology
Po-Ya Abel Chuang, assistant professor of mechanical engineering technology
Misty Clugh, secretary to the associate deans
James Condron, visiting professor of electrical and computer engineering technology
Shanna Ebert, student services coordinator at the College of Technology at South Bend
John Edrington, visiting assistant professor of mechanical engineering technology at the College of Technology at New Albany
Jose Garcia, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering technology at the College of Technology at Kokomo
Tatiana Goris, postdoctoral researcher for the dean and associate dean for research
Curt Hadley, director of corporate relations
Kristy Keller, secretary at the College of Technology at Vincennes
Samuel Liles, associate professor of computer and information technology
James Maley, visiting assistant professor of technology leadership & innovation at the College of Technology at Richmond
Fatma Mili, department head and professor of computer and information technology
Amy Mueller, clinical assistant professor of computer graphics technology
Daniel Leon Salas, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering technology
Phillip Sanger, professor of electrical and computer engineering technology
Regena Scott, assistant professor of technology leadership & innovation
Christy Tollett, student services coordinator at the College of Technology at Richmond
Matthew Turner, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering technology at the College of Technology at New Albany
Baijian Yang, associate professor of computer and information technology

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