VCU faculty represent the finest American and international graduate institutions and enhance the university’s position among important institutions of higher learning through their work in the classroom, laboratory, studio, clinic and as published in scholarly journals.
Central to the success of the VCU PFF Program is the participation of a number of highly qualified and experienced graduate faculty who are deeply committed to the preparation of the next generation of the professoriate.
In addition to recognizing the faculty mentors who work one-on-one with graduate students during the capstone experience of the program over the past year, the PFF Program would like to thank the following faculty members who served on the PFF Program Advisory Faculty Committee during the 2013-14 academic year. Their contributions to the continued success of the program are innumerable and greatly appreciated.
Noreen C. Barnes, Ph.D.
Director of graduate studies-theatre, VCU School of the Arts
Jan F. Chlebowski, Ph.D.
Associate dean for graduate education and professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, VCU School of Medicine
Cecil B. Drain, Ph.D.
Dean, VCU School of Allied Health Professions
Enoch Hale, Ph.D.
Learning Innovation Specialist, Academic Learning Transformation Lab
Rosalyn H. Hargraves, Ph.D.
Associate professor, electrical and computer engineering, VCU School of Education
Ann Nichols-Casebolt, Ph.D.
Associate vice president for research development, VCU Office of Research
Maike Philipsen, Ph.D.
Professor, foundations of education, VCU School of Education
Mark Schaefermeyer, Ph.D.
Associate dean, VCU Graduate School, and director, PFF Program
Christine Walther-Thomas, Ph.D.
Professor and special assistant to the Provost and Academic Vice President
Sharon K. Zumbrunn, Ph.D.
Assistant professor, foundations of education, VCU School of Education
PFF Program office
Program assistant, PFF Program