Mrs. Scarbrough has a passion for helping children, young adults and families. She joined Towson University over 15 years ago, first as a technology trainer and then as a learning specialist. Mrs. Scarbrough received her B.A. in chemistry from the University of San Diego, followed by her M.S. in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University. Most recently she completed her M.Ed. in early childhood education at Towson University. In her free time her greatest joy is spending time with family. She also enjoys solving puzzles, playing games and working for College for Kids.
Mrs. Graham has over 15 years of experience working in higher education settings in the areas of academic, personal and career coaching. She earned her Master’s in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater and her bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family.
Mr. Mullen has been at Towson University for over 30 years in a number of administrative positions. He earned his B.A. at Duquesne University in history and political science. His graduate work was done at the University of Pittsburgh in Political Science, specializing in Russian and Eastern European studies. Mr. Mullen teaches for the political science department each fall and spring, loves to travel, watch soccer and roots for his home town team — the Steelers. Frank has two grown boys but lives with his “baby,” a chocolate lab named Chaco.
Ms. Angela Simms enjoys the vivacious college atmosphere of students seeking a valuable goal. Born and raised in Baltimore, her path turned toward Towson University. She attended TU as a student, worked on campus as a student assistant, earned a B.A. degree in mass communications and devotes her career in higher education as a full-time staff member. In addition to her enjoyment of working with college students for over 21 years, Ms. Simms cherishes church fellowship, giving to the needy and missionaries, traveling, interior decorating and delicious meals with friends and family.
Jeremy is a graduate of Towson University with a B.S. in Mathematics majoring in Actuarial Science with a minor in Business Administration. He graduated from the joint program at University of Baltimore and Towson University with his MBA. He enjoyed working with the AAC as a math tutor from the fall of 2008 to the summer of 2011, reaching certification Level 2 through the AAC’s certified training program. He is looking forward to applying his experience in his administrative role. He has a passion for helping others and loves using his math skills to help others gain a better understanding of the topic. In his spare time he likes to travel, hike, cheering for his favorite sports teams, and go crabbing on his family’s boat.
Kassandra joined the Academic Achievement Center in 2014 and brings three years of USM experience in academics, advising as well as a passion for helping others succeed. She is currently earning a bachelor’s in Social Sciences with a minor in Women’s Studies. In her spare time she enjoys listening to music, dancing, cheering for her favorite sports teams, and spending time with her family.
Tabatha has over two years of experience in higher education, focusing in Learning Centers. Recently moving to the area from Florida, she joins Towson University. She studied at Salisbury University, earning both her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Conflict Analysis in Dispute Resolution, along with her M.Ed in Post-Secondary Education. She has a St. Bernard dog, Juliet who keeps her very busy. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her friends, or reading.
Marissa is a recent graduate of Penn State University with a B.S. in Communication Sciences & Disorders and a minor in Spanish. She is currently earning her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at Towson and hopes to work at a speech clinic at a University to combine her passions of Speech Pathology and Higher Education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family and cheering on her favorite team – the Nittany Lions!
Eddie is a graduate of Towson University with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in LGBT Studies. He is currently pursuing Towson's Master's of Arts in Counseling Psychology with hopes of earning his doctorate and working in higher education. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family, friends, and binge watching Netflix.
Kristy is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder with a degree in Psychology and Ethnic Studies. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with hopes of achieving licensure. In her spare time, she loves going to the beach, exercising, and hanging out with friends and family. Not to mention, binge watching her favorite TV shows- Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Scandal.
Steven is a graduate of Towson University with a B.S. in Biology and minors in Chemisty and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Bioinformatics. He is currently working towards his Master's in Forensic Science from Towson. In his spare time he enjoys coaching a high school marching band and cheering on his favorite sports teams.
Liina Ladon, a Towson University alumna, completed her M.S. in physical organic chemistry at UMBC. In addition to coordinating the science tutoring for the Academic Achievement Center, she is also an instructor for the Department of Chemistry. Her interest in chemical education has led to the development of her website (URL: www.towson.edu/~ladon) with over 200 pages of study aids for chemistry. The site has become one of the top sites on the Internet for chemistry help.
Richard Webster has been employed in higher education as an instructional designer, facilities coordinator and adjunct professor. Areas of interest include the following: the learning process, Web design, individualized instruction, online education, instructional technology, and public health and safety.
Mr. Troy King
Office: Center for the Arts, Room 4057
Dr. Natalie Mannix (On sabbatical fall 2015)
Natalie Mannix is currently assistant professor of trombone at Towson University. She is also principal trombonist in the Delaware Symphony and performs extensively in a variety of orchestras and chamber music ensembles in the region. Natalie frequently visits other universities and musical conferences as a guest artist and clinician. Her specialty is trombone and euphonium performance and brass pedagogy. She received degrees from the University of Michigan, the Juilliard School and Catholic University.
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