Walker is a professor at NSU’s Center for Psychological Studies and the coordinator of the clinical forensic psychology concentration.
Randolph Braccialarghe has been a professor of law at NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center since 1983 and a lawyer for 35 years. He practices administrative law, representing lawyers who get in trouble with the Florida Bar, along with lawyers from other states who are trying to be gain Florida Bar certification.
Bill Adams grew up on a farm in Kentucky and developed a love for music, through playing the piano and singing in the church choir. …
Donelson said, “Music adds something to your education. You grow as a person, as a colleague and in your knowledge of different types of ideas. If you’re willing to put the hard work and be creative in pursuing what you are passionate about, then succeeding in a musical career is possible.”
Robert Jones has been an assistant professor in the division of performing arts in the Farquahar College of Arts and Science since August 2012. Jones is originally from Northeast Pennsylvania near Philadelphia. Growing up his father was an English teacher and books were always at arm’s length.
Since August of 2011, Kristine Johnson has been an adjunct professor for Communications Studies in the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences. Her experience in this field has made her a reliable and helpful source for her students.
For seven years, Allison Brimmer has been an assistant professor for the Division of Humanities in the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences. Her love of literature and writing, combined with her desire to help students realize their full potential, made her want to become an educator.
Aimee Zadak, Ed.D., has been an associate lecturer at NSU since 1998. She earned her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and her Doctorate in Leadership and Human Services at NSU. She loves educating people and working with different groups in therapy, corporate settings, and the classroom.
Rashid Moore, Ph.D., program professor in the Abraham S. Fischler School of Education, believes Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) is so important for teacher candidates and teachers to understand.
Bartuccio graduated from NSU in 1997 after receiving her Doctor of Optometry degree. She then completed her residency in Pennsylvania and joined a private practice in Florida for five years, before returning as faculty to NSU in 2003.