|Title:||Adjunct Faculty/Student Success|
|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x5021|
Attn: Lynn Heisel
Adjunct Faculty/Student Success
411 W. Northmoor Road
Peoria, IL 61614
2013 Winter Term (November 11th, 2013–February 16th, 2014)
|ENG109: Principles of Speech||D||500||M,W 2:20pm–4:05pm|
|ENG120: Interpersonal Communications||E||Joule||eLearning|
|ENG185: Introduction to Literature||E||Joule||eLearning|
|HUM110: Human Potential||D||501||M,W 12:30pm–2:15pm|
Number of classes: 4
|English 120||eLearning Office Hours||Su 8:00pm–10:00pm|
|English 120||Adjunct Office 234||Tu,Th 12:00pm–12:30pm|
|HUM120 Human Potential||Adjunct Office 234||Tu,Th 2:15am–2:45am|
I was born in Central Illinois and lived here until I was ten-years-old when my family moved to Eau Claire, Wisconsin where I lived on a dairy farm. I graduated from high school in Eau Claire and then returned to Illinois to be a speech major at Bradley. I was a member of the Bradley Speech Team and stayed on to get my master's degree in speech/English education. The other vital statistics are related below.
I am married, have three children and seven grandchildren. I retired from public school teaching in 2001 and just could not deal with the lack of structure. I saw an ad in the paper for a speech/English teacher at Midstate and the rest is history yet to be written.
I am very happy at Midstate. I like the size of the college, the family atmosphere and the sincere desire that everyone has to provide the best education possible for every student.
Master of Science in Education Administration, 1997Bradley University
Master of Science, 1965Bradley University
Bachelor of Arts, 1962Bradley University
Limestone Community High School (1986–2001)Teacher/Speech Coach
Limestone Community High School (1967–1970)English, Speech Teacher/Director of Forensics
East Peoria Community High School (1963–1967)Speech teacher/Debate coach