IMPACT – Winter 2018

About the Authors

Kathryn D. Boger, PhD, ABPP, is board certified in clinical child and adolescent psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology and specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders. She has had extensive training and experience in the delivery of empirically-supported treatments in both outpatient and residential levels of care. Boger helped to develop and is currently the program director for the McLean Anxiety Mastery Program at McLean Hospital. In 2011, she was the recipient of the Andrew P. Merrill Memorial Research Fellowship through McLean Hospital.

Micah Donohue received his PhD in comparative literature from Pennsylvania State University in 2015. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Languages and Literature at Eastern New Mexico University. His research focuses on the literatures of the Americas with particular emphasis on contemporary borderland literatures of Mexico and the United States of America.

Mary Beth Doyle and Donna Bozzone are professors of education and biology respectively at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. Together they designed and implemented a fully integrated first year seminar and a non-majors biology lab course aimed at highlighting the interconnections among ways of knowing.

Liz Henley and Susan E. Cook are assistant professor of information technology and associate professor of English, respectively at Southern New Hampshire University. Henley’s interdisciplinary research currently focuses on the connection between technology and the humanities. Cook’s research focuses on nineteenth-century narrative and visual culture, specifically the history of photography.

Eric Meljac is assistant professor of English at West Texas A&M University, where he has taught since 2014. He received his Ph.D. in literature and criticism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013.

Beth Powell is assistant director for the Student Success Center in the College of Engineering at Tennessee Tech University, where she also teaches technical communication for engineers. Her research and publications are in engineering communication and education. She earned her PhD in rhetoric and composition from the University of Louisville in 2006.

Carol Ann Sharicz has experience as a professor, consultant, and author. Currently, Carol is teaching in the Instructional Design graduate program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Prior work experience includes being a senior training instructor and instructional designer for Motorola, Inc. and associate professor at Suffolk University in Boston. To date, Carol has worked in 14 countries, including Amsterdam, Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, England, Estonia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Moldova, and Russia. Carol has many publications to her credit, including her book, The Big Picture: A Systems Thinking Story for Managers, and is a frequent presenter at regional, national, and international conferences.