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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Pitt-Bradford Faculty Members Recognized

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford recognized seven faculty members for service anniversaries at a dinner Monday evening.

Dr. J. Michael Stuckart, associate professor of anthropology, was recognized for 35 years of service.

After growing up on Long Island and starting his career in a two-room school house in Lancaster, Stuckart joined Pitt-Bradford’s faculty in 1977. He is the director of the human relations program and teaches courses in Latin America today, religion and culture, and North American Indian art. He is active with the University of Pittsburgh’s internationally renowned Center for Latin American Studies.

Andrea Robbins, instructor of chemistry, was honored for 30 years. She was the 2008 recipient of the Chairs’ Faculty Teaching Award for excellence in teaching. She lives in Rixford with her husband, Don.

Dr. Jon A. Draeger, associate professor of chemistry, was honored for 25 years of service. Before coming to Pitt-Bradford in 1987, he worked for the Department of Energy.

Those recognized for 10 years of service were Dr. Marius Buliga, associate professor of mathematics, and Dr. Gregory L. Page, associate professor of psychology.

Dr. David K. Merwine, assistant professor of biology, and Dr. Fang-Yi Flora Wei, assistant professor of broadcast communications, were recognized for five years of service each.

Pictured, from left, are Dr. Gregory L. Page, associate professor of psychology, 10 years; Dr. J. Michael Stuckart, associate professor of anthropology, 35 years; Andrea M. Robbins, instructor of chemistry, 30 years; Dr. Marius G. Buliga, associate professor of mathematics, 10 years; Dr. David K. Merwine, assistant professor of biology, five years; Dr. Fang-Yi Flora Wei, assistant professor of broadcast communications, five years.
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