Dr. Kiki Berk has spent her career studying philosophy and traveling the world presenting at academic conferences. We asked the associate professor of philosophy at SNHU to share her thoughts on teaching, the importance of education and more as part of our Faculty Spotlight series.
After a career spent publishing articles, fiction, nonfiction and poetry pieces, Dr. Dawn Reno Langley now teaches in SNHU's MFA program helping budding writers achieve their dreams. We asked her for her thoughts on teaching, the importance of education and more for SNHU's Faculty Spotlight Series.
Michelle Shreeve ’15G ’16G was a child when she lost her mother, and resources were limited for young families coping with the death of a parent. This experience fueled her desire to help others deal with similar grief.
For Vivianne Schill, service runs deeper than an interest. It’s part of her identity. While she’s participated in many types of service projects, Schill recently completed one that was especially meaningful for her.