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Three Lakeland College faculty members have been awarded tenure and promoted to the rank of associate professor. All three joined Lakeland's staff in 2006.
Paul Pickhardt has provided high quality applied learning for students in ecology, forestry, botany and environmental science. An example of his energy and engagement is the highly-regarded field experience course in Belize, co-taught and developed with Greg Smith.
Pickhardt has served as chair of the Professional Standards Committee over the past three years. He has been named to the steering committee of the Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) and is partly responsible for this group's decision to host its annual conference at Lakeland in the near future.
He is a key link between Lakeland and several environmental organizations (including Maywood). He holds a Ph.D. in biology from Dartmouth College.
Krista Feinberg has been a central organizing force for the history department. She is known for her caring, proactive advising, and for engaging students through hands-on research in history.
Examples of the latter can be found in her development of two May Term classes focused on active historical study - one focusing on genealogy and the other on archaeology. She has been a frequent contributor to the Core curriculum, and she designed an online tutorial for students taking online courses for the first time.
Professionally, she participates regularly in regional history organizations and as a reader for the AP World History unit. She holds a Ph.D. in history from Indiana University.
Christopher Moore has established good rapport with students and advisees, with commendation for his one-on-one advising and support. He teaches courses in research methods, social psychology and the social aspects of communication.
Moore has served on the Assessment Committee for five years, and has been selected as chair of that group. He has also served as an advisor to the Safe Space group and has maintained an active research agenda. He holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Georgia.