New faculty join Tabor for 2001-02 school year

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New faculty members have joined the ranks at Tabor College this school year.


Michael Pointer will be teaching Basic Photography. He is a professional photographer who has been featured in several shows in the Wichita area this past year. He also teaches photography courses at Wichita State University.


Lauren Lilly, who holds a master’s degree in mathematics from Washington State University, will be teaching in the Mathematics/Computer Science Department. He has 24 years of experience in the information technology industry.


Social Psychology will be taught by Gaylord Goertzen, pastor of Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church, Hillsboro. He holds a master’s degree in psychology and a master of divinity degree from Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary.


Peggy Goertzen will be teaching a section of the English Composition course. She is director of the Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies on the Tabor campus.


Adam Wathen, newly hired technical services librarian, will also be teaching a section of English Composition.


Judy Hiebert, Tabor’s vice president of student development and dean of students, will teach Helping Relationships. She has been employed in various capacities since 1979. She holds a master’s degree from Emporia State University.


Systems and Theories will be taught by Kathryn Deitz, a professor at McPherson College. She has a doctorate in counseling from the University of Iowa.


Troy Peters, a teacher at McPherson High School, will be teaching Technology in the Elementary and Secondary Classroom. He has a master’s degree from Pittsburg State University, and is completing his doctorate at Walden University.


John Dyck will be returning to teach German this year. He is retired from teaching at Goessel High School.

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