New faculty members will be joining JCC this fall semester
Several individuals are joining Jamestown Community College’s faculty this fall.
Andrew Baker, a media production instructor, earned a bachelor’s degree at Brigham Young University and a master’s degree at the University of Wyoming. He has provided videography and media production skills to a variety of agencies and programs.
Rose Marie Dunn, a nursing instructor, earned an associate’s degree at JCC and a master’s degree at Wilkes University. Her previous experience includes being a registered nurse at Jones Memorial Hospital and Wellsville Manor Care Center and an adjunct clinical instructor at Alfred State College.
Tim Griffin, a mechanical technology and mechatronics instructor, earned a bachelor’s degree at Tennessee Tech University and a master’s degree at Virginia Tech University. Previously, he served in a variety of engineering management roles at Dresser-Rand.
Francis Macarthy, an English composition instructor, earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at DePaul University and is a doctoral candidate at Illinois State University. He also taught at the University of Pittsburgh and Illinois State University.
Morgan Phillips, assistant professor of psychology and addictions counseling, taught previously at Ivy Tech Community College. He earned an associate’s degree at Madisonville Community College, bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Liberty University, and a doctorate at the University of the Cumberlands.
Kassandra Wegner, an instructor and librarian, earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University at Buffalo. She is a former reference and instruction librarian at Genesee Community College.
Ken Zatyko, a computer and information sciences instructor, taught at Anne Arundel Community College and Johns Hopkins University. He earned dual bachelor’s degrees at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree at Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base, and a master’s degree at George Washington University.