Arts and Humanities

Division of Arts and Humanities

Stocker Arts Center, Second Floor
(440) 366-4013
    

Academic Programs

Click here for a list of Academic Programs in Culinary, Communications and Creative Arts.  
    
    

Directory

Dean 

Robert Beckstrom, Ph.D
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7108, SC 227

  
Administrative Associate Administrative Assistant
Sandra K. Fuller
Email
Ext: 7121, SC 237
Brenda Temple
Email
Ext: 7414, SC 237
  
Staff Assistant Staff Assistant (part-time)

Heather Smith
Email
Ext: 4013, SC 237

Tammy Singleton
Email
Ext:  4013, SC 237

  
Art
Nancy Halbrooks
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7114,  SC 230

E. Suzanne Owens, Ph.D
Professor Emeritus
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7090,  HS 111K

  
Laboratory Instructional Assistant

Diane Marrapese
Email
Ext: 7130, Room SC 105

 

      

Art/Graphic Design

Dennis Ryan
Instructor
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7100,  AT 116K

Gregory Little
Assistant Professor
Email
Ext: 7107,  PS 200G

  
Communications
Delite Gross
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext:  7095,  SC 234

Daniel J. Cleary, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email
Extension 7118, SC 243 

    
Culinary Arts

Eric Petrus
Culinary Arts Program Coordinator
Executive Chef
Email
Ext:  7546

     
Humanities
Delite Gross
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext:  7095,  SC 234
Robert Dudash
Professor Emeritus
Email | Web Site
Extension 7420,  SP 108C

Bruce Weigl, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor
Email
Ext:  7141, SC 236

       
English

Iona Abraham, Ph.D.
Professor
Email | Web Site
Extension 7116,  SC 231

Mollie Chambers
Associate Professor
Email
Extension 4858, UC 107A

Daniel J. Cleary, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email
Ext: 7118, SC 243

Jonathan Dryden, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 4730, SC 229

Kimberly Greenfield-Karshner
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7117, Room SC 235

Kevin Hoskinson
Professor Emeritus
Email
Ext:  7375, UC 107E

Karin L. Hooks, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email
Ext.  7102, SC 244

William Hughes, Ph.D.
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7133, HS 111J

Heather Kichner, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email
Ext:  4842, UC 107I

Patty Mack
Associate Professor
Email
Ext. 4857, UC 107J

Byoung K. Park, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7113,  SC 240A

Bruce Weigl, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor
Email
Ext:  7141, HS 111H

Jewon Woo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Email
Ext.  7104, SC 247

Marilyn J. Valentino, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Email
Ext. 7103, HS 111G

         
Foreign Languages  (CHNS, FRNH, GRMN, SPNH)

Gregory Rivera 
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7132,  SC 240B

Sharon Van Houte
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7092,  PC 113
     
International Initiatives/ESL
Annouska Remmert, Ph.D.
Professor/Director International Edu.
Email 
Ext: 7042  UC PC 113
Sharon Van Houte
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7092,  PC 113B 

Cheryl Miltner
Administrative Assistant
Email
Ext: 7696, PC 113

ESL Office Phone: 4069, PC 113

     

Journalism

Clifford Anthony
Associate Professor
Collegian Advisor
Email
Ext: 7729, CC 231B

  
Music
Gerald Evans, Ph.D.
Professor
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7096, SC 233

Nancy Davis
Professor Emeritus
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7138,  SC 236

Jeffrey C. Mumford
Distinguished Professor
Email
Ext:  7093, PS 200H

  
Philosophy

Benjamin Cordry, Ph.D.
Professor
Email  
Ext: 4732,  SC 248

Charles Buckalew, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Email | Web Site
J. Robert Loftis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7139, HS 111J1

Louis Suarez
Professor Emeritus
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7115

  
Religion
Young Woon Ko, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email
Ext: 7110, HS 111I
  
Theater

Jeremy Benjamin
Theater Program Coordinator
Email | Web Site
Ext: 7120, SC 228

Diane Papp
Costume Shop Supervisor
Email
Extension 7140, SC 187

Associate of Arts Programs

Lorain County Community College students must complete a minimum of 62 credit hours, exclusive of Developmental Education courses in order to graduate. Students planning to transfer are advised to consult with the intended transfer institution regarding any limitation on the number of transfer hours. Choices will require careful academic planning and advice. Students should consult regularly with a counselor or academic advisor while attending LCCC. The semester indicated for the specific program courses are suggestions only. LCCC curriculum guides and transfer information for specific colleges are available in the Division of Enrollment Services, Transfer and Placement.

 

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