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B.F.A., M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Massachusetts
Dr. Gosselin is an educator, multimedia developer, and graphic artist. His research interests include graphic user interface design, digital graphic design perceptions of multimedia users, and computer strategy and board game design.
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B.S., Case Western Reserve University
M.S., Ph.D., Stevens Institute of Technology
Dr. Berry’s research interests include combinatorial group theory and dynamic programming.
B.A., Elms College
M.S., Bay Path College
Jill Bigos received her Master’s degree in Forensic Science. Her interests include the forensic applications of biochemistry and the expansion of STEM education for undergraduates.
301 Berchmans Hall
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B.S., University of Denver
Ph.D., University of Kansas
Dr. Drake’s research interests are in environmental and organic chemistry.
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B.A., Wellesley College
M.S.E., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Hoffman’s research interests include artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, and educational technology.
B.A., Elms College
Coral Ruggiero has been teaching in public high schools since her graduation from Elms College. She also serves as the statistician for the Academic Resource Center at the Elms. She is an active member of the Windsor Locks Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, and is pursuing an M.B.A. from Nichols College.
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B.A., Oberlin College
Ph.D., Stony Brook University
Dr. Theis’ research focuses on the ecology of fragrance production from flowers, and strives to understand the invisible forces that drive interactions between plants, pollinators, and herbivores.
201 Berchmans Hall
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B.A., Rider University
M.S., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
Dr. Williams has spent 10 years as a full time scientist/researcher at a biotechnology company in Massachusetts. Prior to coming to Elms College, Janet worked as a molecular biologist. Her research included cloning, sequencing, and expression of bacterial restriction-modification systems. Janet’s current research involves a metagenomic study of the equine intestinal tract. This research spans many different disciplines including molecular biology, bioinformatics, genomics, parasitology and microbiology and provides plenty of opportunities for undergraduate research.
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