faculty members with a total of 228 years Retirees of 1 2 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Summer 2016 Eight service retired from Linfi eld this year. We look back at some of their most memorable moments. Katherine Kernberger Professor of English, 36 years Best part of Linfield: Friendships with staff, colleagues and students from across Linfield’s campuses. The chance to teach a wide range of topics and works across periods, languages and cultures. Won’t miss: Marking papers and assigning grades – the banes of the teacher’s world. Plans (for this year): International Byron Conference in Paris, with trip to Geneva/Chillon/Chamounix, etc., in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the “Year Without a Summer” of 1816. Another Marie Bashkirtseff conference, this one in Naples, Italy, in September. Preparing an index for a manuscript for the University of Delaware Press. William Millar ’60 Professor of religious studies, 32 years Favorite campus hangout: Since my office is now back on the first floor of Pioneer, I am reminded of my first job washing pots and pans in the old dining room for 95 cents an hour in the late ’50s as a student. That’s where I met Donna (Vanderbrug) ’61, who kept stealing my “tuffy” to get my attention. Biggest surprise: President Vivian Bull having the campus dug up to link us to the internet and all that flowed from that, such as the restructuring of the library. It really did connect us to the larger world. Retirement plans: Teaching courses in OCE and returning more fully to an ongoing research interest in Isaiah. Richard Emery Professor of accounting, 30 years Favorite campus hangout: My office. Favorite course: Managerial Accounting. Will miss: The classroom experience. Won’t miss: Meetings. Malcolm Greenlees Glenn L. and Helen S. Jackson Professor of Business, 32 years Memorable moment: Being honored as AICPA Discussion Leader of the Year by the Oregon Society of CPAs and Linfield’s Greek Life Teacher of the Year. Favorite campus hangout: HHPA weight room, cardio room and pool. Favorite course: Senior level Auditing for Accounting Majors and Casino Accounting. I also enjoyed Introduction to Business with freshmen and non-majors. Will miss: Students!!!! Especially accounting majors and international students. Best thing about Linfield: Wonderful colleagues, beautiful campus appearance (and great maintenance), great students. Our Admission office does a great job finding the best. Hawaiian lu’au. Retirement plans: Travel, spending winters in San Diego and Hawaii and swinging a hammer for Habitat for Humanity in McMinnville. No schedule, but keep busy. Mary Lee Nitschke Professor of psychology, 31 years Favorite course: Psychology 360 Sexuality: A Developmental View. What I’ll miss: Stimulation of students who are curious about their universe, their education, their community and their own development. Best thing about Linfield: Students. Retirement plans: Spending quality dog time, writing, gardening, music appreciation. Gudrun Hommel-Ingram Associate professor of German, 29 years Favorite campus hangout: The music building when a choir is rehearsing. Favorite course: Freshman Writing Seminar (INQS) titled Globetrotters. Retirement plans: Spend time with my husband and friends “back home” in Europe, preferably on a small boat on various waterways.
2016 Linfield Magazine Summer
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