Five join Mount Olive College faculty
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on June 29, 2008 2:00 AM
MOUNT OLIVE--Mount Olive College has announced five new faculty members for the coming year.
Stuart Burham of Wilmington has been named instructor of music in the school of arts and sciences. An adjunct professor of MOC-Wilmington since 2007, he is also a GED instructor at Cape Fear Community College. He is scheduled to receive his Ph.D. from Stanford University in August.
Dr. Curtis Roney of Wilson will be associate professor of management in the Tillman School of Business. He has spent 30 years of his career as a strategic management consultant, as well as an executive at Philips Industries and Holiday Inn. Most recently, he was an associate professor at North Carolina Wesleyan College.
Dr. Leemseop "Leem" Shim of Calabasas, California has accepted the position of Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems. He has taught at several colleges, and worked in industry. He is currently vice president of 4 Corners Digital Media Companies.
Dr. Bankole Olatosi of Camden, S.C. will be an assistant professor of health care management. Most recently, he was a postdoctoral research fellow in South Carolina at the Rural Health Research Center and prior to that, was a graduate assistant at the center.
Dr. Ronald Pressley of Newton Grove has been named assistant professor of business/human resources. He began adjunct teaching for MOC in January, and has also been working at Central Carolina Community as an instructor for general educational development.
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