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Pendleton Hall 112
allen.bedford@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2567

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MA, Temple University
PhD, Temple University

Dr. Bedford enjoys drawing his students into the tension between what we observe and how we understand those observations. The study of chemistry demands attention to observed fact while also constructing meaning in those facts so that we can understand phenomena well enough to predict outcomes in unfamiliar settings. Theory and observation create tension because the two constantly challenge each other. Dr. Bedford’s research interests include exploring this tension between science and religion. He is also involved with the development, implementation, and assessment of the Core Program at Bryn Athyn.


suzanne.bernhardt@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2588

BS, Bryn Athyn College
MA, Villanova University

Suzanne has taught literature, communication skills and theater arts for 31 years in the U.S. and abroad and in all educational settings—elementary, high school, and college. Her personal learning journeys have taken her to Europe, Africa, and Indonesia. Her primary passion is discovering the intersection between creativity, personal growth, spirituality, and the blossoming of human expression; her greatest joy is supporting students in their heroic adventures as they attain readiness to appreciate their unique voice in the world.

Cathedral Undercroft
graham.bier@brynathyn.edu
(267) 502-4605

BA, Oberlin College
MA, University of York

Graham directs the Bryn Athyn College Choir and teaches music history and theory. He has worked as a professional singer in Europe, including performances with Stile Antico, I Fagiolini and the Yorkshire Baroque Soloists, and regular work with the York Minster Choir. He has conducted ensembles on a diverse range of projects including two tours of China, a choral exchange in Serbia, and broadcasts for the BBC. Graham's research interests include vocal technique, ensemble singing technique, renaissance sacred music, and the history of psalmody. He works as the Director of Music for the Bryn Athyn Church and as a freelance singer and conductor around the East Coast.

Doering Center 317
max.blair@brynathyn.edu
267-502-6028

BS, Virginia Tech
MS, Virginia Tech
PhD, Purdue University

Dr. Blair works with students and colleagues who are motivated to transform useful design inspirations into science-driven prototypes. He moved to the area in Fall, 2012 – following an innovative career at the Air Force Research Laboratory near Dayton, OH. Dr. Blair is excited by the talented students and faculty, as well as by the new Physics Lab at Bryn Athyn College.

Doering Center 112

267-502-6042

BA, Bryn Athyn College,
MS, Drexel University

Caira Bongers teaches classes in quantitative reasoning, algebra, and calculus. She includes applications to the students’ individual majors, and she also emphasizes applications to personal finance. Caira has a particular interest in the historical origins of mathematics.

Pendleton Hall 10
jessica.bostock@brynathyn.edu
267-502-4518

BA, Ashford University
MA, Arcadia University

After running her own dance studio for many years, Ms. Bostock came to Bryn Athyn College as a dance instructor and choreographer. She teaches many forms of dance, from tap to modern, from ballet to hip-hop. Ms. Bostock serves as director and/or choreographer for theatrical productions and directs the Dance Ensemble.

Doering Center 207
fredrik.bryntesson@brynathyn.eduÂ
267-502-2688

BA, Bryn Athyn College
BSc, University of Greenwich
PhD, University College London

Dr. Bryntesson is an associate professor of biology, focusing on molecular biology with a research background primarily in the DNA repair field. He has also been involved in research projects at Fox Chase Cancer Center and Thomas Jefferson University investigating the molecular biology of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Dr. Bryntesson is currently involved with the ongoing deer research at Bryn Athyn College. In addition, he is interested in ornithology and is involved in a research project focusing on the natural history of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker. Dr. Bryntesson also serves as the director for the main men’s residence hall on campus and has helped organize the music project “Bryn Athyn College Rocks!” He serves the community as a voluntary member of the Holy Redeemer Health System Institutional Review Board.

Asplundh Field House
hilary.bryntesson@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-4819

BEd, University of Brighton
MA, Bryn Athyn College

Mrs. Bryntesson formerly served as athletic director and head of the physical education department at Bryn Athyn. She taught and coached in high schools in England for many years before moving to the United States. She has a passion for running and a whole new interpretation of the phrase, “Run for Your Life.” The highlight of her work is seeing the spirits of the students soar through physical exercise, dance, and sports.

Doering Center 215
walter.childs@brynathyn.eduÂ


BA, Oakland University
MBA, Suffolk University

Mr. Childs has had 30 years of multifunctional management experience working for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. His background includes responsibilities in training, human resources, fundraising, financial affairs, sales, and marketing. He also has 20 years of experience as an adjunct lecturer specializing in management theory, application, and practice.

Doering Center 204
wendy.closterman@brynathyn.edu
267-502-4849

PhD, Johns Hopkins University
BA, Bryn Athyn College

Dr. Closterman teaches ancient history, biblical Greek, and material culture studies. Her research focuses on the funerary practices, religion, and social history of ancient Greece. In her teaching, she explores what archaeology as well as textual evidence reveals about the ancient world. Dr. Closterman has led groups of Bryn Athyn students and faculty on summer tours of Greece and Italy.

Pendleton Hall 2
stephen.cole@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2614

BS, Bryn Athyn College
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College
After more than 20 years as a pastor, Rev. Cole came to college teaching in 1999. His research interests lie in cognitive science and the philosophy of symbolic forms.
Doering Center 307
robin.cooper@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2411

BS, College of New Jersey
MA, Arcadia University

Mr. Cooper is in his sixth year of teaching Writing and English courses at Bryn Athyn College. He particularly enjoys helping students to see writing not as a daunting task, but as an opportunity to find their voices and to share their ideas.

Doering Center 305
sherri.cooper@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2554

BS, Duke University
MS, University of Delaware
PhD, Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Cooper directs the biology program and teaches introductory biology, ecology, environmental science, limnology, marine biology, and botany courses. Her research interests include paleoecology, diatoms, and coastal ecosystems. She has authored more than twenty publications, with ten in peer-reviewed journals. In the past few years, Dr. Cooper has been involved in paleoecological research of Long Island Sound, Puget Sound, and Kennebec Estuary. She is also involved in research and education at the local Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust, where she serves as a Board Member.

Pendleton Hall 129 (Theological School)
andrew.dibb@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-2582

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College
BTh, University of South Africa
MTh, University of South Africa
DTh, University of South Africa
Rev. Dr. Dibb came to Bryn Athyn College in 2002 after serving as a pastor in Johannesburg, South Africa. He teaches religion and Christian church history, with a special interest in seeing the doctrines of the New Church in the context of those of the Christian Church. In addition to teaching in the College, Rev. Dibb also serves as Dean of Bryn Athyn College Theological School and teaches a number of graduate courses. Recent areas of research include a history of the New Church in South Africa and a paper comparing the doctrines of Michael Servetus and Emanuel Swedenborg.
Doering Center 107
stella.evans@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-2694

BA Bryn Athyn College
PhD, Thomas Jefferson University

Dr. Evans studied biological and chemical sciences at Bryn Athyn College, graduating with a BA in 1999. She continued her studies in biochemistry and molecular biology at Thomas Jefferson University, and received her PhD in 2006.

Pendleton Hall 28
scott.frazier@brynathyn.edu
267-502-4875

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College
MA, Villanova University

Rev. Frazier specializes in theology as well as the sacred languages of the Word (Old Testament, New Testament, and the Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg). In addition to teaching Hebrew, Latin, and religion, Rev. Frazier works for the General Church of the New Jerusalem as a translator of Swedenborg’s theological works. He is especially interested in the intersection of theology, ancient history, and popular culture.

Doering Center 308
sarah.gardam@brynathyn.eduÂ
215-880-8216

BA, Bryn Athyn College
Teaching in Higher Education Certificate, Temple University
PhD Candidate in English, Temple University

Sarah Gardam graduated from Bryn Athyn College in 2002, with a B.A. in English. She began graduate school at Drew University, and then transferred to Temple University, where she is now finishing her PhD in English. She specializes in 20th Century American fiction, Asian American fiction, literary theory, women’s studies, and tragedy. Sarah has published articles on the novels of Willa Cather, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Anne Enright. As a teacher, she is primarily interested in helping her students to access their innate curiosity and creativity of thought

Pendleton Hall 102
thane.glenn@brynathyn.edu
267-502-4844

BA, Washington College
MA, University of Pittsburgh
PhD, Temple University
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College

Rev. Dr. Glenn specializes in rhetoric and composition, late medieval and early modern literature, theology, and Biblical studies. He is particularly interested in the intangible reaches of language—the spirit within words that affects us as readers, as writers, and as students of Scripture.

Doering Center 114
martha.gyllenhaal@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2569

BFA, Carnegie-Mellon University (Painting/ Printmaking)
MA, PhD, Temple University (MA in 19th-Century Art History and PhD in 17th-century Dutch Art)

Dr. Gyllenhaal, head of the Fine Arts Area, is an art historian and painter who integrates humanities and the fine arts in her teaching. She enjoys using the art collections in Glencairn Museum to enhance her classes. One of her courses, Topics in Twentieth-Century Architecture:Bryn Athyn’s National Historic Landmarks, meets on site and examines the process it took to build Bryn Athyn Cathedral, Glencairn Museum, and the Cairnwood and Cairncrest estates. She has lived and traveled extensively in Europe and encourages her students to plan their own grand tours. Her passion is 17th century Dutch art—her research focuses on the studio practices and working methods of Rembrandt and the artists in his circle.

Mitchell Performing Arts Center
Naomi.Haus-Roth@mitchellcenter.info
267-502-4889

BFA, MST, Rochester Institute of Technology

Naomi Haus-Roth is currently in her ninth year as the Director of the Mitchell Performing Arts Center where she has designed sets for The King and I, As You Like It, The Miracle Worker, Wit, A Christmas Carol, and Anne of Green Gables. She teaches Scene Design and Production at Bryn Athyn College. Her theater credits include over a hundred productions, many as a Prop Master/Artisan at the McCarter (Princeton, NJ), Goodman and Northlight Theater companies (Chicago) in addition to two seasons as Production Manager of the Sterling Renaissance Festival (New York). Her artisan credits also include stints with the Steppenwolf, Royal George, Shakespeare Repertory, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Dorothy Hamill’s Ice Capades and the Opera Festival of New Jersey. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design and a Master of Science in Teaching in Art Education, from the Rochester Institute of Technology.


brian.henderson@brynathyn.edu


BA, Pennsylvania State University
MA, Villanova University

In the classroom, Mr. Henderson loves to share his interest in early American and medieval history through interactive lectures, discussion of primary sources, and analysis of historical arguments. His particular interest is the relationship between history and religion, focusing on such questions as how societies and individuals over time have conceived of God, what it means to be human, and how one is supposed to live one’s life. Mr. Henderson encourages students not just to learn about the past and sharpen critical liberal arts skills through the study of history, but to reflect on how the study of history can enrich their lives and can help them to become better people. In addition to teaching history, he is also the Director of Glencairn Museum and serves as a member of both the Cairnwood Estate Board of Governors and the Bryn Athyn Church Board of Trustees.

Doering Center 210
edward.higgins@brynathyn.edu
267-502-6068

BS, St. Louis University
MS, St. Joseph’s University
MD, St. Louis University

Dr. Higgins teaches courses in general and organic chemistry as well as anatomy & physiology and microbiology. He practiced general pediatrics for twelve years before joining the faculty at Bryn Athyn College in 2012. Dr. Higgins is the advisor for BAC’s pre-medical program and has an interest in preparing students for graduate school, particularly in the health sciences.

Doering Center 309
dr.Erica.Hyatt@brynathyn.edu
267-502-6081

BA, McGill University
MBE, University of Pennsylvania
MSW, University of Pennsylvania
DSW, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Hyatt is thrilled to be a part of the psychology faculty at Bryn Athyn College. Dr. Hyatt’s research interests include after-death communication and near-death experiences, adolescent sibling bereavement, clinical intervention with families of returning veterans, pediatric end of life decision-making, and the intersection of spirituality and psychology. She has worked in settings as diverse as the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Department of Child Psychiatry at the University of Maryland, the Department of Psychiatry at Washington Hospital Center, and the Department of Oncology at Children’s National Medical Center. She has served as an intern at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in the division of Fetal Surgery/NICU and at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in the Trauma service. Dr. Hyatt is currently conducting research to explore the spiritual and near-death experiences of members of the New Church community. She has interviewed over 30 subjects in this unique pilot study and is looking forward to publishing her findings.

Dr. Hyatt's first book, a self-help guide for adolescents grieving the loss of a sibling, will be published by New Harbinger Press and available in book stores Summer 2015.

Glencairn Museum Archives
gregory.jackson@glencairnmuseum.org
267-502-2421

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MA, University of Leicester

Mr. Jackson has served as museum educator, archivist, curator and historic site supervisor. His background includes collections preservation, historic site and archives management and early-American social/material history. He holds certification by the Academy of Certified Archivists and is an active member in various historical societies and professional organizations.

Asplundh Field House
abraham.joseph@brynathyn.edu
(267)-502-6083

Abraham Joseph serves as the Residence Manager of Childs and Brock Halls, and Sports Information Director in the Bryn Athyn College Athletics Department. He joined the Bryn Athyn College team in 2010, upon graduation from Neumann University with a degree in Business Administration. He is looking forward to providing the residents of Childs and Brock Hall with an experience that encourage their academic and personal success.
Doering Center 213
ethan.king@brynathyn.edu
215-470-8895

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MBA, Temple University

A self-employed stock trader and economics enthusiast, Ethan King holds a BA in History from Bryn Athyn College and MBA in Finance from Temple. He is currently researching the Austrian School of Economics. Noting especially its complementary methodology to the Swedenborgian deductive approach of deriving truths from first principles. His other research interests include entrepreneurial theory and monetary history.

Pendleton Hall, College Office
courtney.kozar@brynathyn.edu
(267)-502-4540

Courtney Kozar joins the Bryn Athyn Athletics sports information team summer of 2013. Kozar will be the media contact for men's ice hockey, women's and men's lacrosse. She joins the Lions after helping Wesley athletics department as a coach, and sports information assistant. 

Doering Center 112
marcy.latta@brynathyn.edu
267-502-6041

BS, University of North Carolina
MA, Tufts University
PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Latta is pleased to join the faculty this year to teach in the disciplines of Philosophy and Writing. Her area of specialization lies in Kant’s ethics. Her current research and teaching interests focus on applied ethics, moral perception, and the contribution that literature can make to moral philosophy. Prior to her arrival at Bryn Athyn College, Dr. Latta taught at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doering Center 208
sean.lawing@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-2798

BA, University of North Carolina–Charlotte
MA, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

Sean Lawing teaches medieval history, Old Icelandic literature, and a course on World War II Germany. His research focuses on medieval Scandinavia, particularly Old Norse laws and sagas (Vikings!).

Doering Center 114
kenneth.leap@brynathyn.edu
(609) 682-0456

BA Rhode Island School of Design

J. Kenneth Leap is primarily recognized for his achievements in the field of architectural stained glass. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, his career was launched when he received a fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and shortly thereafter created a stained glass skylight illustrating the history of New Jersey for the Annex of the State House in Trenton. Working in a tradition that dates to the cathedrals of medieval Europe, Leap creates his panels by hand-painting colored pieces of glass with vitreous pigments. These pigments are fused to the glass by firing in a kiln before being assembled into stained glass panels using strips of lead.

Brickman 103
laura.nash@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2412

BSW, West Chester University
MA, Temple University

Laura Nash oversees the Bryn Athyn College experiential education and physical education area, which includes internship,service learning,work study, career planning and alumni relations. In addition to teaching courses, her duties include organizing service-learning trip, integrating service into the curriculum, heading up the internship program, and serving as Alumni Liaison.


carroll.odhner@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2547

BA, University of Michigan
MA, University of Michigan

Carroll Odhner serves as Director of the Swedenborg Library at Bryn Athyn College. She is responsible for all library operations—budgeting, staffing, and services. She represents the library on campus and with other academic institutions, professional organizations, and the scholarly world, and is also responsible for reference services and maintaining library systems.


grant.odhner@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2783

BS, State University of New York–Plattsburgh
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College

Rev. Odhner, who serves on the faculty of the Theological School and teaches college religion courses, brings to his teaching many years of experience as a pastor. One of his pastorates placed him as headmaster of a church elementary school, giving him the opportunity to teach religion and do curricular work related to it. His first love is the beautiful theology of the New Church, which names and describes a God whose love and goal are simple and compelling, and whose wisdom in approaching these goals is unassailably reasonable to those willing to consider it with the eyes of faith. He feels privileged to teach a course on this God. Rev. Odhner also loves nature and natural history.

Swedenborg Library
kristin.odhner@brynathyn.edu
(267) 502-2654

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MLS, Rutgers University

Pendleton Hall 9
nina.phillips@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2518

BA, Pennsylvania State University,
MS, Bridgeport University

 Nina Phillips joined the faculty of Bryn Athyn after a 15-year career as a public school teacher in Connecticut. She uses stories from this experience to illustrate the finer points of classroom instruction. Her background in theater also gives her a place backstage at the Mitchell Performing Arts Center in an annual college production.

Doering Center 205
eugene.potapov@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-4863

MSc, University of Leningrad
DPhil, University of Oxford

 Dr. Potapov teaches environmental sciences, ecology, and ornithology. He is involved with birds of prey conservation programs worldwide and carries out research in the satellite tracking of birds in various regions around the globe. Dr. Potapov is also involved in research and education at the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust.


francis.reinprecht@ancss.org
267-502-2545

BS, Arizona State University
MNS, Arizona State University

Mr. Reinprecht is an avid bow hunter and has been the instructor for the Bryn Athyn College Archery course since 2004. His course emphasizes students developing correct form and consistency in archery, while also enjoying this life sport.

Pendleton Hall 109
kiri.rogers@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2551

BSW, West Chester University
MSW, Temple University

Pendleton Hall 8
angela.rose@brynathyn.eduÂ
267-502-2566

BS, Pennsylvania State University
MEd, Antioch University New England

Angela Rose was a classroom teacher for 17 years. She has taught kindergarten through eighth grade in a variety of settings including The Kempton New Church School, The Sheltering Arms Daycare and Kindergarten, The Quaker School at Horsham for Children Who Learn Differently, and Camellia Waldorf School.

Doering Center 209
greg.rose@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2516

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MA, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Dr. Rose teaches history, political science, and a religion course on Islam. Formerly a Middle East specialist for the U.S. Air Force and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Dr. Rose’s research interests are Islamism and democratization.

Doering Center 304



BS, Bryn Athyn College
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College

 

Doering Center 113
ray.silverman@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-2519

BA, St. Lawrence University
MDiv, Bryn Athyn College
MAT, Wesleyan University
PhD, University of Michigan

Dr. Silverman is the editor/reviser of Helen Keller’s Light in My Darkness (1994, 2000), and How I Would Help the World  (2011). He is the author of  The Core of Johnny Appleseed (2012) and has co-authored, with his wife, Star, Rise Above It: Spiritual Development Through the Ten Commandments (2000, 2005). In addition, he has published over 20 articles, including a study of James Joyce’s Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, and The Anti-Sectarianism of Henry James. He is currently working on a study of the Four Gospels (A Seamless Garment) and a new edition of Rise Above It for college students.

Doering Center 106
neil.simonetti@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2790

BA, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
MS, Carnegie Mellon University
PhD, Carnegie Mellon University

Dr. Simonetti teaches mathematics and computer science. His research focuses on a dynamic programming algorithm for the Traveling Salesman Problem, a classic problem in the field of combinatorial optimization, with applications ranging from scheduling to vehicle routing. When not knee-deep in numbers and code, he enjoys playing music (piano, organ, guitar, and recorder) for worship services and driving busloads of college students across the country to support the service learning program.

Doering 111
dan.synnestvedt@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2503

BA, Bryn Athyn College
MA, Bowling Green State University
PhD, Temple University

What began as a personal quest for the Truth in college, led “Dr. Dan” into philosophy. He edited the book Faith and Learning at Bryn Athyn College (2004) while contributing a chapter to it titled “Philosophy: Friend or Foe of Faith?” His article on happiness was published by the Swedenborg Scientific Association in its journal The New Philosophy. His research areas include the perennial philosophy, ethics, political thought and naturalism. He was general editor for The World Transformed: Swedenborg and the Last Judgment (2011) and authored “Naturalism and the Last Judgment,” an article in the book. He recently served as Chair of the college’s Faculty Council.

Doering Center 215



BS, LaSalle University
MBA, Liberty University

Swedenborg Library
carol.traveny@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2531

BFA, Pennsylvania State University
MLIS, University of Pittsburgh

Carol Traveny manages the physical and electronic collections and catalogs for several Academy libraries and the branch library of the Stockholm General Church society, and is an instructor in information literacy.
She is passionate about learning, and especially enjoys helping others discover the tools and resources that enable them to pursue their own passions. Outside of the library, Carol is developing her work as a photographer and painter.



267-502-4605

BA, University of Pennsylvania
JD, Villanova School of Law 

Doering Center 215



BA, Temple University
MBA, LaSalle University

 

Doering 310
soni.werner@brynathyn.edu
267-502-2502

BA, West Connecticut State University

MS, Iowa State University
PhD, Iowa State University

Currently, Soni Werner is teaching Psychology courses and helping many seniors complete their Senior Essays. In previous years she served as the Head of the Psychology Department, and Head of the Interdisciplinary Major. She has also taught interpersonal skills in the Theological School. Soni has authored several books which focus on Psychology and Spirituality. One is called, "Searching for Mary Magdalene". The second book is "The Growth of the Female Mind". The third and newest book is entitled, "Altruism: Many kinds of kindnesses". All of these books include original art that Soni created to illustrate ideas about spirituality and mental health.

Pendleton Hall 117 Theological School
jane.williams-hogan@brynathyn.eduÂ
267-502-2501

BA, University of Pennsylvania
MA, University of Pennsylvania
PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Williams-Hogan is enthusiastic about thinking, reflecting, analyzing, writing, teaching, and presenting. Trained as a sociologist, she loves to use sociology in an historical context. She is committed to sharing Swedenborgian perspectives by presenting papers and talks in a variety of academic venues, and through her many articles on Swedenborg and Swedenborgianism. Dr. Williams-Hogan enjoys teaching innovative project courses and creating a new appreciation of Swedenborg and the 18th century for her students, as well as the broader community, especially those interested in spirituality. She is currently writing a biography of Swedenborg, to be called Emanuel Swedenborg: Modern Revelator of Soul and Psyche.

Pendleton Hall 8
sarah.wong@brynathyn.edu 
267-502-6085

BA, Smith College
MA, Columbia University Teachers College

 As an undergraduate, Sarah felt drawn to both clinical psychology and early childhood education. It is during her graduate school years at Teachers College, Columbia U., she found the perfect way to combine these interests: Early Childhood Special Education, with a focus in Early Intervention. Over the past twelve years, she has taught in various settings and held leadership roles, as a mentor and supervisor. Working in the field, Sarah has witnessed the power of Early Intervention in helping young children with special needs reach their full potential. She is now thrilled to continue the work that combines her love of both Education and Psychology, to share what she has learned, and to encourage Bryn Athyn College students to pursue their interests in these fields.

Pendleton Hall 31

267-502-2586

MA, University of Pennsylvania
MA, University of Texas at Austin

 

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