Learn about the impressive accomplishments of Ashford’s diverse faculty members, including publications, presentations, awards, and other recent contributions to their fields. Or, get to know them better by reading the biographies of all full-time faculty members in each of the four Colleges.
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Wiliam Barone’s poem, Tornado Dreams, was published in the July 2013 issue of Dark Matters.
Ginger Marcinkowski’s book, Run, River Currents, was named a semi-finalist in the 2013 Kindle Book Awards in July 2013. Prior to this, her book received an Honorable Mention in the 2013 New England Book Awards and was a semi-finalist in the American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Contest.
Douglas A. Hass’ article, Employers and Immigration Law: Be Careful Who You Hire – and Who You Don’t, was published in the Illinois Bar Journal in July 2013.
Robert Lindquist’s book, Financial Independence for the New Generation will be available in August 2013 from publisher Kendall Hunt.
Anayat Durrani received the 2013 Silver Award of Distinction by Communicator Awards for her Back to School feature in Military Officer Magazine.
Nichole Boutte-Heiniluoma, PhD
“Ashford provides students with the opportunity to succeed because it is a university that puts student success first.”more
Andrew Shean, EdD
“Technology has provided a door for educational pioneers to open access to a quality education that comes to students when it's convenient for them.”more