For the members of the media only.
Welcome to the Waldorf College Faculty and Staff Experts Directory. The list below provides information about faculty and staff experts who can offer the media insight and expertise on a variety of topics.
To set up an interview with any of the following Waldorf College faculty and staff, please contact the Wadorf Marketing Department at 641.585.8268 or email email@example.com.
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Dr. Bob Alsop
Expertise: Higher education, liberal arts, faith-based institutions, academic affairs, American literature, Shakespeare
Dr. Bob AuFrance
Associate Professor of Theatre
Expertise: Theatre, playwriting, scriptwriting, cinema, comic books, history of American pop culture and television.
Non-academic: Professional wrestling, antiquing, and cooking (desserts)
Dr. Paul Bartelt
Professor of Biology
Expertise: Ecology and natural history of amphibians, U.S. Forest Service - the ecology, management, and wildlife of our western forests, Iowa’s natural history, climate change and nature of science
David Rask Behling
Associate Dean of Accreditation, Assistant Professor of English
Expertise: Humanities, newspaper columns, personal essays, German
Non-academic: Star Trek
Dr. Suzanne Falck-Yi
Associate Professor of English
Expertise: Literature, grammar, honors programs, and writing
Dr. Sara Finley
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Expertise: Cognition, language and linguistics, cognitive and language development
Expertise: Library technology, Freedom to Read Act, copyright law as it relates to library sharing, censorship, bibliographic databases, bassoon music
Associate Professor of Wellness
Expertise: Holistic wellness, health promotion, health education, worksite wellness, and postsecondary student development
Assistant Professor of Communications
Expertise: Graphic design and advertising
Non-academic: Skin cancer, specifically melanoma
Dr. Missy Reynolds
Assistant Professor of Wellness
Expertise: Exercise and fitness
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Administration
Expertise: Field of corrections
Dr. Blake Slonecker
Assistant Professor of History and Political Science
Expertise: Society, culture, social movements, and the environment of American history
Dr. David Sollish
Assistant Professor of Theatre
Expertise: Musical Theatre, American Theatre, American Film and Television, Country Music
Non-academic: Baseball, Elvis Presley
Dr. Kristín Jónína Taylor
Associate Professor of Music and Keyboard Area Coordinator
Expertise: Classical music, music history, ethnic music, and Iceland
Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing
Expertise: Poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, literary journalism, publishing, modernist poetry, postmodernism, environmental writing, high school education
Director of Marketing
Expertise: Cake decorating and baking
Expertise: Kenpo Karate
Head Baseball Coach
Expertise: Baseball, NAIA eligibility center, recruiting, working with college athletes
Non-academic: Social media, wellness, fitness, training
Area Coordinator for First Year Experience
Expertise: Creative writing, poetry, first year college experience, on-campus care package program
Non-academic: Hello Kitty, tattoos
Manager of Athletic Operations
Expertise: Sport administration
Non-academic: Customer service, customer relations, cooking, fundraising, social media (Pinterest)
Financial Aid Director
Expertise: Financial aid, student budgeting, credit cards, credit reports
Expertise: Autism in the school setting, middle-graders, adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities, adaptive technology, structured teaching, vocational training, socail skills training
Non-academic: Running, knitting
Expertise: College recruiting, admissions
Please see below for media interviews with Waldorf experts on recent issues. Opinions expressed by these experts represent their personal perspectives, not those of the College.
Waldorf College reaches gold standard
Forest City Summit | November 21, 2012
Why You're Working More
KIMT | November 15, 2012
Colleges work to identify, track troubled teens
Globe Gazette | October 6, 2012
How are Those Brooms Standing?
KIMT | March 9, 2012
Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Gary Coombs comments on the phenomenon of standing brooms.
Advice on making those resolutions stick
Forest City Summit | December 28, 2011
Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Cassie Eno explains the motivation behind making resolutions at the start of a new year.
Broadcast Stations vs. FCC
KIMT | January 11, 2012
Associate Professor of Communications Mark Newcom comments on Federal Communications Commission's power to regulate the broadcast industry.
Special Report: Germs Germs Everywhere
KIMT | November 15, 2011
Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Gary Coombs analyses samples of commonly found germs for KIMT.
Drinking Turns Dangerous for College Students
KIMT | October 10, 2011
Area Coordinator Sera Ranaivoson talks about dangers of drinking among college students.
Libya Impacts Locally
KIMT | August 23, 2011
Assistant Professor of History Dr. James Scarry comments on the war in Libya.
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