Undergraduate Faculty Listing

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DOREEN CRISOSTOMO
Business and Management
Adjunct Associate Professor
Guam

Prof. Crisostomo holds a PhD in organizational management from Capella University, a MBA from the University of Phoenix and a BBA in accounting from the University of Guam.

JEFFERSON CRONIN
English, Speech, Communication, Theatre
Collegiate Professor
Traveling

Prof. Cronin earned his B.S. in American Political Studies and Dramatic Arts from Davis and Elkins College, and his terminal M.F.A. in Theatre from The Ohio State University. He has taught at The Ohio State University and the University of Guam. He has several years of teaching and supervisory experience at the middle and secondary school levels. In the worlds of theatre and film he has diverse professional experience as an actor, teacher, writer, consultant, producer, and director. Mr. Cronin has also been a newspaper editor, columnist and critic and a producer for PBS. He has taught for UMUC in Guam, and in the online learning program, since October 1996.

HENRY CURTLEY
TESOL
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Japan

Prof. Henry Curtley holds an MS in education from Temple University and two BBAs in both management and information and operations management from Texas A&M University. Prof. Curtley has taught English, First and Second-year Composition and Management courses at Japanese and American universities and has supervisory experience at the university level. He joined UMUC in 2018.

NICOLE DHANRAJ
Business Management
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Guam

Prof. Dhanraj holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from St. Martin's University, a Master in international relations from Troy University, a Ph.D. in organizational and management from Capella University. She is considered subject matter expert in topics such as Organizational Development, Organizational Behavior and Transformation, Human Resource Management, Healthcare Leadership, Distance Learning, and Organizational Leadership to name a few. She is dedicated to issues such poverty, entrepreneurship, environment, leadership, personal and business finance and women affairs and has written or presented globally on topics related to these issues. Currently, when she is not saving the world one x-ray at a time, she works as a researcher, an educator, and as the Director of Radiology. .

HIROMI EDWARDS
Japanese Language
Adjunct Instructor
Japan
Prof. Edwards earned her B.A. in Asian Studies from University of Maryland University College and her M.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland, College Park, in the program offered in Okinawa and administered by UMUC. She has taught Japanese for UMUC at Iwakuni since 1999. Ms. Edwards is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Council on Family Relations, and the Okinawa Psychology Association.
KARL EVANS
Introduction to Research
Adjunct Instructor
Japan

Prof. Karl Evans holds a Master in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in human resource management from the University of Maryland University College, Asia. 

TOM EWING
Computer Studies, Mathematics
Collegiate Professor
Traveling

Dr. Tom Ewing earned his first BS in Philosophy and second BS in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also holds a MS in astronomy from University of California, and a PhD in physics from Michigan State University. Dr. Ewing has taught at several different institutions, including: Michigan State University, Alma College, Central Michigan University, Lansing Community College, and Olympic College. He has experience in private business as the owner of a computer software company. He joined UMUC Asia in 1993 and has taught in Korea, Japan, and Singapore. He has also taught for UMUC Europe. He received the Drazek Teaching Excellence Award in 2012.

IAN FERGUSON
Japanese Language
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Okinawa
Prof. Ferguson holds a MA in Japanese Language from the University of Colorado and a BS in psychology from Brigham Young University.
THOMAS FISH
Communication and Leadership Skills
Adjunct Instructor
Okinawa
Mr. Fish earned his B.A. in Communication Studies from University of Maryland University College Asia, and his M.A. in Communication and Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University. He comes to UMUC Asia with 15 years’ experience teaching at several formal United States Marine Corps military schools. Prior to his career in higher education, he served 20 years as a United States Marine and retired in 2012. Mr. Fish currently teaches and manages the Combat Operation Center Watch Officer/Watch Chief program where he teaches commanders and their staff the Art and Science of Digital Command and Control for the Marines of III Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa, Japan. Mr. Fish joined UMUC Asia in the summer of 2016 in Okinawa, Japan.

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