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EvanKutzlerDr. Evan Kutzler recently joined the Department of History and Political Science. He received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina, where he studied U.S. History, Public History, and Sensory History—a blend of social, cultural, and environmental history focusing on shifting patterns of perception. His research focuses on how prisoners during the American Civil War perceived and articulated captivity experience through the five senses. While revising his dissertation for publication, he is in the latter stages of co-editing and publishing a collection of letters between a Confederate prisoner of war and his fiancée. Dr. Kutzler is also practitioner of, and an advocate for, public history: a broad interdisciplinary field of professionals who share a commitment to making history relevant in the public realm.

TiffanyKitchensMrs.Tiffany Kitchens, RN joined the GSW Health Center in 2015, but was not formally introduced at the August Assembly. She graduated from GSW with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, Darton State College with an Associate of Nursing and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at GSW.

Dr. John LeJeune joined the GSW Department of History and Political Science in August 2016. He completed his Ph. D. in Political Science at the University of California, San Diego in 2014 and in 2012-13 was a Junior Teaching Fellow at the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College. He teaches courses in Political Philosophy, Constitutional Law, and American Politics, and his published articles include “Adults in the Playground: Winnicott and Arendt on Politics and Playfulness”(in D.W. Winnicott and Political Theory: Recentering the Subject. Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming), "Hannah Arendt’s Revolutionary Leadership” (HannahArendt.net, Vol. 7, No. 1 (2013)), and “Social Dynamics of Abandonment of Harmful Practices: A new look at the theory,” w/ Gerry Mackie (Innocenti Working Paper 2009-06, Special Series on Social Norms and Harmful Practices, UNICEF Innocenti Research Center, Florence, May 2009).

Dr. Ramona Mulleins-Foreman and Bonnie GaryDr. Ramona Mulleins-Foreman DNP, RNP-C joined the School of Nursing as an Associate Professor, teaching in the Family Nurse Practitioner program. She has been serving in the US Army for 31 years. She started out as an enlisted soldier as a combat medic then was commissioned upon receiving her nursing degree. She has been on both active duty and in the reserves. She has been mobilized once to Germany in 1999 in support of Kosovo and deployed twice. The first time was in 2004-2005 to Iraq where she served as surgical nurse for a Combat Support Hospital. The second time was 2015-2016 to Afghanistan where she served as a Nurse Practitioner and Interim Commander of a Forward Surgical Team. Currently, she is a Lieutenant Colonel and recently took command of a Forward Surgical Team.

Bonnie Gary, RN, MSN joins GSW as a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing teaching Undergraduate classes. She started her Nurse Corps career as an officer in an Army Reserve Field Hospital. After a move overseas, she returned to find there were no slots open in the medical Army Reserve unit but there were slots open in the Air Force Reserves. She commissioned with the Air Force Reserves and was assigned to the 315th AES in Charleston, S.C. as a flight nurse. Gary flew on aerovac missions to pick up military members from Panama Canal and Haiti to the other side of the world in Germany. She took a new assignment with a medical staging squadron in Alabama and had the privilege of deploying to the hospital in Ballad, Iraq. Presently she is the Chief Nurse of her squadron and mentoring her replacement for when she retires in the next few years.


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