Ed Cabellon

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Deja Carradine

Hello everyone! My name is Déjà Carradine; I am a senior with a double major in Anthropology and Criminology/Criminal Justice Studies. I have a concentration in Forensic Anthropology. I hope to get my master in Forensic Anthropology and my Ph.D. in Anthropology. I am from Virginia Beach, VA. I am actively involved with many organizations on campus but my favorite is Student Educator’s for Active Leadership (S.E.A.L.).  I have been a part of S.E.A.L for 4 years now and it has been one of the best decisions I made since I came to Longwood. I want to change the world, by first listening to it. I love hard work, and pray I can work at this until I can’t anymore. And one last thing, one of my favorite quotes is “Be not afraid of greatness, some are born great, some achieve greatness and others have greatness thrust upon them”- Shakespeare (:

Eric Fehr

I am the Student Program Manager for Longwood Dining Services.  I am currently enrolled in the Student Affairs Administration Graduate Program with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. I graduated from Longwood with my BA in 2010.

Ericka Godwin
I am a senior pursuing a degree in Liberal Studies: Elementary and Middle School Education. I am involved with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.,Longwood Ambassadors, and Student Health Partners. I enjoy spending time with my friends and family.

Sarah Hobgood

Sarah Hobgood is an Assistant Director in the Acedemic & Career Advising Center.  She is in her fifth year at Longwood and greatly enjoys her work with students.  This is her third time at Mt. Lake and she is excited to be here.

Lindsey Johnson

Lindsey Johnson is originally from Virginia Beach where she attended and graduated from Floyd E. Kellam High School.  Lindsey is currently in her senior year at Longwood University.  She is obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice as well as two minors in Political Science and Homeland Security.  Along with her academics, Lindsey is the Faculty and Staff Chair for Relay for Life, President of Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE), involved with Student Educators for Active Leadership (S.E.A.L), and is a Desk Aide.  Lindsey is planning on graduating on time in May of 2013 and continuing on to follow here dreams and achieve her goals in life.

Dr. Nick Langlie


Up until recently, for my full time job, I was a tech director for the same State University in Virginia.

For my other job, I have been teaching online and in the evenings for the last ten years or so. It is probably what I enjoy most as an academic and I teach what I love, so I think of it as a hobby more than anything else. I typically teach the following: Graduate Education, Microsoft Office (all versions), Computer Applications, Web and Graphic Design courses, particularly Adobe CS3: Photoshop, Fireworks, Dreamweaver and Flash. I have always leaned toward using technology to be creative and am fortunate enough to be able to teach what I enjoy.

Finally, my academic credentials are as follows: I have BS in English with a minor in Philosophy, a MS in Educational Psychology, I am certified in NY State as a School Administrator and Supervisor and Instructional Technologist and I have a PhD in Educational Leadership.

My goals are to work and teach online as much as possible. I really enjoy working from anywhere and teaching web and graphic design is a lot of fun. I am particularly fond of being fortunate enough to have held several technology leadership roles in my career and hope to continue to do so.

Specialties

Project Management, Educational Leadership, Technology Leadership, Professional Development Leadership, Training Leadership and Implementation, Distance and Course Management System Leadership, Web and Graphic Design Training, XHTML, CSS, DHTML, All Adobe CS3 Web/Macromedia Applications: Flash, Fireworks, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Typography, Graphic and Logo design. All Microsoft Applications: Office, etc.

Dr. Jake Milne


Dr. Jake Milne is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Longwood University. A graduate of Longwood College in 1999, he completed his Master of Arts degree in Sociology in 2001 and his Ph.D. in Sociology at Virginia Tech in 2006. His research is in the area of social psychology, sport, and education. He teaches courses in Social Psychology, Sociology of Sport, Sociology of Education, and Inequality. He lives in Farmville with his wife Heather, his son Cole, and his yellow lab Maggie Mae.

Professor Jonathan Page
Jonathan is a Lecturer of English at Longwood University with a focus on writing and rhetoric and world literature.  He has been at Longwood full-time for 2 years after serving as a part-time adjunct for 3 years.  One of the things he absolutely loves about teaching is engaging students in discussion and challenging students to question their own ideas, beliefs, values, and biases as they become more familiar with the lenses through which they view the world.  He thoroughly enjoys being a part of the “Lancer Nation” community and the pride and spirit that go along with it.  When not teaching, Jonathan can be found reading, cooking, listening to jazz, watching movies, and spending time with his family.  This is his first Mountain Lake Conference, but after seeing the joy this event brings to those involved, he is sure that it won’t be his last.

Dr. Jeannine Perry


Dr. Perry, Associate Professor of Education, came to Longwood in the Department of Education and Special Education in the fall of 2003.  In the fall of 2004, she became the Graduate Program Coordinator for the Literacy and Culture program and has served in that capacity until assuming her new role as Dean.  In 2009, Dr. Perry assumed the additional role of part-time assistant dean in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies.   She has over 15 year’s public school teaching experience, mostly at the elementary level, in the Shaker Heights City School district in northeast Ohio.  She has also taught university level courses and continuing education workshops for over ten years.  Jeannine earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum & Instruction: Reading & Language Arts from Kent State University and her Master of Science in English at the same institution. Her Bachelor of Arts from Hiram College includes a major in English (with secondary teaching endorsement), a minor in Writing and a minor in Business Management.  Jeannine has published in several professional journals on literacy education, presented on numerous literacy topics regionally and nationally, and has been active in several professional organizations.  Her areas of interest are nonfiction and content area literacy, comprehension instruction, writing instruction, learning communities, and program design and development for adult learners.

Margo Potts

Margo Potts is the Director of the Health and Wellness Center at Longwood University.  She received her BSN from Southern Connecticut State University and her MSW from Yale University School of Nursing. Margo enjoys working with the students at Longwood particularly in areas of health behavior adoption. She is looking forward to another great experience at Mountain Lake!


Jenny Quarles

 

 

 

 

 

Jenny Quarles is the Director of Instructional Design and Training for Longwood University’s Digital Education Collaborative (DEC). Her role at Longwood requires her to work with faculty and staff on how they can thoughtfully integrate instructional technology into face to face, hybrid, and online courses.  Jenny received her BA from Hunter College and her MA in English from Clark University.  Her areas of interest include 21st century writing and the online novel, Irish American authors, online social movements, and best practices in online and hybrid higher education.

Dani Roberts

Bryan Roethel

Pierre Somoray