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Bio: Founder and Music Director of the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Bair teaches orchestra at Southampton Middle School and is an adjunct faculty member at Harford Community College.
Topics: The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, Community and School Music
Bio: Ms. Hutton is a full time faculty member at HCC in the early childhood education and teacher education transfer programs. She holds an M.S. in Early Childhood Special Education from Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. in Elementary Education from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Her experience includes five years with Harford County Public Schools, seven years with the Forbush School, eleven years as an adjunct at Towson University, and nine years as a foster parent. She has taught children aged 3-13 both with and without disabilities.
Topics: Childcare, Child Development, Disabilities, Education, Foster Care & Adoption
Bio: An award-winning professional artist, Prof. Jones teaches courses in graphic design and photography. He has exhibited his work internationally in more than 75 solo and group shows and most recently curated "HPE 2 WRK U AGN SN: Ephemeral Communiqué 1920-1980," a design exhibition of QSL cards researched while on sabbatical in 2010. Jones was awarded a 2006 Established Visual Arts Fellowship from the Delaware State Arts Council, a 2003 Creative Fellowship in Printmaking through the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print & Paper.
Topics: Advertising and Design, Art and Design, Art as Medicine, Consumer Culture, Media and Copyright Pertaining to the Arts, Curriculum Development in Art, Design and Photography, Digital Imaging, Experimental Art, Graphic Design, Installation Art, History of Photography, Professional Practices and Portfolio Development for Artists, Photographers and Designers, and Curating.
Bio: Prof. Muaddi Darraj, who has been teaching full time at Harford Community College since 2004, earned a B.A. and M.A. in English literature from Rutgers University. She is the author of The Inheritance of Exile, a work of fiction that tells the story of Arab women living in the U.S. It is told through the perspectives of Arab-American women and their mothers, discussing what it is like to grow up between cultures. Her new book of fiction, A Curious Land: Stories from Home, is set in Palestine over the past century; the book recently won the Grace Paley Award for Short Fiction and the Arab American Book Award. Prof. Muaddi Darraj is the author of several other books, former editor of The Baltimore Review, and one of the current editors of Barrelhouse Magazine.
Topics: Creative writing, Publishing, Arab-American life, Arab and Arab-American feminism
Bio: Mrs. Shugars teaches online and face to face Macroeconomics and Microeconomics courses at HCC. She earned a B.A. from Loyola College, an M.B.A. from Johns Hopkins University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. Prior to teaching she had a successful 16 year career as an institutional investment analyst and manager in Washington, D.C.
Topics: Economics, Finance, Business.
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