Lone Star College Montgomery News
Published on: August 31, 2011
With a growing student population, Lone Star College-Montgomery is proud to welcome twelve full-time faculty members this fall, some of whom have previously served at the college as adjunct instructors.
Pictured above are from left to right are: Euradell Davis, David Griffin, Melissa Jackson, Elizabeth Pena, Stephen Coryell, Natasha Hunt, Dominic Beggan, Melissa Vander Stucken , Susan Spooner-Holland, and Ryeann McNeese. Not pictured are: Michelle Lewis and David Stancato.With more than 13,000 students enrolled, Lone Star College-Montgomery is pleased to announce the addition of 12 new full-time faculty members for the fall semester. These professors, some of whom have been with the college previously as adjunct instructors, join the 149 full-time faculty members already part of the LSC-Montgomery family. Were privileged to have such highly-educated and well-rounded faculty members come aboard full-time to teach our students and lead them on a path to success, said Dr. Austin A. Lane, president of LSC-Montgomery. We welcome them to campus and are proud to have them among our other devoted professors. In the behavioral sciences, English, languages, and speech (BELS) division are four new faculty members, three of whom are joining as English instructors. Teaching developmental English is EuraDell Davis, a former educator with Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District and Lone Star College-North Harris. She holds a masters degree from Houston Baptist University. Also teaching developmental English is Elizabeth Pena, a former writing center coordinator and adjunct ESOL instructor at San Antonio College Writing Center. I have an open door policy, and I encourage my students to visit me in person, said Pena, who holds a masters degree from the University of Texas-Pan American. Plus I want my students to know of the support they have from LSC-Montgomery to be successful. Finally, Natasha Hunt, professor of English, has taught at LSC-Montgomery since January. She previously worked at the University of Southern California as …