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Ann McCluskey began her career at the College in 1969 and retired in 2000 with the rank of Professor. She was a member of the faculty, teaching English. While at the College Ann served as English Department Chairman, Arts and Sciences Division Chairman, and two terms as Faculty Senate President, as well as serving on other faculty committees. She was the editor of Institutional Self-Studies prepared by the College for NEASC in 1980, 1990 and 1992, and as a NEASC team member evaluating other institutions for accreditation. She also served as the chairman of the NEASC Appeals Board. She was a member of the College's Trustees' Committee on Education and Academic Planning, and was awarded a sabbatical to study and make recommendations for the planning of a new College library. In 1991 she was the recipient of the Edward Phelps Lyman Professorship Award. She was a member of the National Council of Teachers of English, New England Association of Teachers of English, and Vermont Women Administrators in Higher Education. Her professional activities included: workshop critic for the Vermont Poetry Society, teaching seminars for the Vermont Court Reporters Association, and supervision of a UVM Internship Program. Ann's civic and philanthropic activities included serving on the education committee at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, and volunteer work for the Vermont Association for the Blind, the Chittenden County Court Diversion Program, and the Shelburne Museum. She received a B.S. in Education, 1962, and an M.A. in English, 1967, from Seton Hall University; an M.A. in English from the Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College, in 1973, and an M.Litt. in English from the Bread Loaf School of English, Lincoln College, Oxford University, 1982.
|2012||Walt Luchini||Professor||Division of Business|
|2012||Edith Templin||Associate Professor||Division of Information Technology & Science|