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Connecting College & Career
Would you like a UCC faculty/staff member to visit your classroom for a presentation and/or a hands-on activity? If so, please fill out our speaker request form (let us know your school, the grade you teach, your topic of interest, and the date/time that works for you) and we will get back to you soon in order to coordinate a visit! Below is a list of faculty/staff available to visit your class.
|Accessibility||Danielle Haskett||Human Services||Sandra Angeli-Gase|
|Anatomy & Physiology||Shauna McNulty||Library Science||Jennifer Lantrip|
|Art||Susan Rochester||Music||Jason Heald|
|Automotive||Kevin Mathweg||Math||Stuart Kramer|
|Business||Toni Clough||Natural Science||Ken Carloni|
|Computer Science/CIS||John Blackwood & Vincent Yip||Outdoor Recreation||Vernon Nelson|
|Criminal Justice||Rob Willbanks||Paralegal||Crystal Sullivan|
|Dental Assistant||Tamara Loosli||Psychology||Georgann Willis|
|Engineering/Forestry||Clay Baumgartner||Science/Chemistry||Joseph Villa & Sean Breslin|
|Fire Science||Joel King||Science/Geology||Karen Carroll & Jason Aase|
|History||Charles Young||Science/Physics||Mick Davis|
|Hospitality & Restaurant Mgmt||Jay Ervin||Spanish||Nicholas Tratz|
|Humanities/Journalism||Melinda Benton||Theatre Arts||Stephanie Newman|
|Humanities/Writing||Jillanne Michell||Welding||John Blakely|
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