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Greg is a Clinical Instructor for the Communication and Digital Media Department and manages operations for SAUtv.
Rebecca Arnold, MPH, brings 20 years of global health experience, from grassroots to national levels. Areas of expertise include social and behavior change; capacity strengthening; and management and leadership.
Margaret is Director of Advancement Communications & Marketing for the Advancement & Alumni Office.
Professional interests include racial disparity in police traffic stops, social identity theory, statistics, and others.
Baumann teaches courses in human communication, argumentation, and public relations research.
Darci Becker, PhD, CCC-SLP
Dr. Becker's areas of interest include dysphagia, quality of life, aphasia, and geriatrics.
Interested in Strategic Communication, Intercultural Communication, Cybercultures, Social Media, Gender Studies
Mary Jo Bloominger, MPAS, PA-C
Mary Jo is a graduate of the University of Iowa Physician Assistant Program and has 20 years of clinical experience in primary care.
Bohnert has a broad background in several areas including biology, genetics, animal behavior, anatomy, ecology, and environmental science. She teaches introductory Biology courses as well as electives such as forensics.
Adjunct professor and Research and Evaluation Consultant for the Master of Public Health program.
Kris is Director of Administrative Services for the Advancement & Alumni Office.
Dr. Campbell teaches all aspects of music theory, world music, and composition.
As a Reference and Instruction Librarian, Hannah teaches students about information literacy and library resources.
Matthew JM Coomber
Prof. Coomber's teaching focuses on the intersections that develop between Bible and culture, shaping societal aspects ranging from politics to artistic expression.
Dana Dailey, PT, PhD
Dr. Dailey teaches introduction to therapeutic exercise, functional anatomy, applied anatomy and physiology, pain science and education, professional practice and PT procedures II, and the capstone portfolio project.
Katrina DeToye, DNP, RN
Katrina has worked in medical/surgical, step-down intensive care, and behavioral health. She is a certified medical/surgical registered nurse.
A faculty member in the Master of Public Health program, Dr. Doak researches how public health messages impact the physical and social health of a community.
Junyi is an assistant professor in the Math Department teaching core and upper-level mathematics courses.
Dr. Arquette is Vice President for Communications and Marketing at St. Ambrose University and serves on the President's Cabinet.
Johny Augustine, MSW, M.Phil, PhD
Teaches social policy history and analysis as well as conducts research to improve social work services for individuals, families, and communities affected by a disaster.
Anna coordinates student employment in the Academic and Career Planning Office.
Jim's research interests include immigration, institutional economics, economics of conflict, and development economics.
Luke is Director of the SAU Library and specializes in library administration.
Jennifer Best, MSEd, CFLE, CFCS, HDFS, BCC
Lecturer and Department Coordinator in Psychology
Amy Blair, PhD
Teaches topics ranging from plant and animal anatomy and physiology to population and community ecology.
Directs the field education program in the School of Social Work by coordinating placement and supervision of students in social service agencies.
Kyle Bohnert, PhD
Teaches kinesiology courses related to skeletal muscle anatomy, function, and the molecules that regulate muscle health.
Alec Brown, PhD
Dr. Brown teaches introductory and advanced courses in chemistry, specializing in teaching organic chemistry and using active-learning in both the lecture and laboratory classroom.
Dr. Byrne teaches various courses in the marketing discipline, including healthcare and business sales.
Jackie works in the Communications and Marketing Office as the Director of Public Relations and Strategic Communications.
Nicholas Cooper, PT, DPT, PhD
Dr. Cooper teaches kinesiology differential diagnosis, and research related material.
Darian is the Biology Lab Coordinator, responsible for maintaining lab inventory, supervising lab prep workers, and generally ensuring lab readiness and safety.
Christina Cunningham, MSN, ARNP
Christina is a Clinical Instructor in the Nursing Department.
Emily Diehm, PhD
Dr. Diehm's clinical and research interests are related to pediatric language development and disorders, reading and spelling assessment and interventions, cultural and linguistic diversity, and alternative and augmentative communication (AAC).
Lindsay is Executive Director of the SAU Academic and Career Planning Office.
Brodie is the Director of Corporate Engagement for the Advancement & Alumni Office.
Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Neil Aschliman, PhD
Teaches Biology courses in human anatomy and physiology, vertebrate biology, and biological literature.
Dr. Axup's professional interests include inorganic chemistry, spectroscopy, and chemical education.
Bryon Ballantyne, PT, PhD
Teaches human gross anatomy and functional anatomy as well as evidence-based practice. His clinical experiences have varied but are mainly in the area of outpatient orthopaedics.
Batimana is currently serving as the Evaluator for the SAMHSA grant in partnership with The Robert Young Center/UnityPoint. She also teaches for Orion Technical College.
Gene Bechen, PhD
Teaches courses in child and adolescent development, secondary teaching methods, and middle school education.
Terri is Assistant Director of Advancement Information Resources for the Advancement & Alumni Office.
Cherie Blackwell, OTD, OTR/L, CHT
Cherie teaches a variety of specialty topics in the Occupational Therapy Department.
Dale Blesz, PhD
Teaches undergraduate courses in educational psychology and child and adolescent development, and graduate courses in special education.
Katrina Browning, DNP, RN, CNE
Katrina has nursing experience in Women's Health, Public Health, Labor and Delivery, and NICU.
Kevin is the Director of Compliance and the University's Title IX Coordinator.
Dr. Cipriano teaches undergraduate and graduate classes focused on the preparation and analysis of financial statements. His specialty is understanding how financial statements are used by intermediaries and end users for investment decisions.
Teaches Irish literature and American literature with an emphasis in environmental studies and postmodernism.
Kari Crowder, MSN, RN
Kari Crowder is an Clinical Assistant Professor in the Nursing program.
Michael Dahlinghaus, PhD, CSCS, ACSM-EP-C
Teaches classes in exercise science and human performance and fitness. He has professional experience in personal training education and strength conditioning.
Halie is an Area Coordinator for Residence Life managing Cosgrove and Bechtel halls.
Malia Duffy, MSN-FNP, MSPH
Malia Duffy is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a Master of Science in Public Health. She earned degrees from Simmons College, Johns Hopkins University, and Harvard University where she was a Presidential Scholar.
Dr. Dan Ebener has been practicing leadership and developing leaders in churches, businesses, and nonprofits since 1975.
Sarah Eikleberry, PhD
Dr. Eikleberry's research and teaching intersect at sport studies and sport history and focus on the structures and ideologies that influence access and experiences in sport and physical activity settings.