Administrative and Academic Staff of PLCPA
The Administrative and Academic Staff at the PLCPA come from diverse professional backgrounds, and are all uniquely equipped to instruct the topics of English For Academic and Professional Success. Many members of our staff are fluent in multiple literacies, adding to our program’s ability to uniquely address the University’s Mission of Global Education. Some of the languages that our department speaks are listed below:
Our current staff is listed below:
- Mutiara Mohamad, Ed.D.
Assistant to the Director, PLCPA
- Sabrina Scanlan
Fall 2017 Academic Staff
- Andrea Alexander
- Janice Bihler
- Zhanna Buzharsky
- Jung Hae Chae
- Meaghan Cordero
- Diana Cvitan
- Danielle DesFosses
- Teril Holston
- Jeannie Kang-Suh
- Sy Kim
- Helen Kuttner
- Rochelle Moskowitz
- Helen/Eleni Mylonas
- Alison Noble
- Cynthia Sobreiro
- Ronald Stack
“The best aspects of EPS were the class and the professors. EPS is the first [English] class that I have never felt pressured in. Even though there [was] a lot of work that needed to be done, I felt confident and positive because of the encouragement given by the teachers.”
- Robertio, Indonesia, Fall 2014
“If ever I would get a chance to interact with the forthcoming students of the university, I will surely [advise] them to take up this course as it helps to be more confident with the writing skills and helps to gain perfection which is mandatory for professional success."
– Dharti, India, Spring 2015
"I believe the EPS class has given me an opportunity to focus on my communication skills, something that I never had the opportunity to focus on before. It has taught me how to write business letters, essays and to communicate effectively and precisely."
-Deepa, India, Spring 2012
"There were a lot of activities which improve and prepare students for business life. Doing presentation in front of 60 people was a very good step to preparation for real life. A lot of students thought that the presentation is difficult and they can't do it, but the results were completely positive."
-Nawal, Saudi Arabia, Spring 2013
"Our professors taught us many things about New York City. I [now know] more about the history of New York City. When I saw a New Yorker on the street, I could understand the “The New York Minute.” I tried to use a different angle to see New York City. I was not a tourist anymore."
-Yehui, China, Fall 2012