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Margaret G. Morabito

Director and Founder of CALCampus
Instructor: English, TESOL

Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with concentration in Distance Learning, Akamai University; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with concentration in English as a Second Language, Keene State College, New Hampshire; B.A. in English with minor in Mathematics, University of Miami, Florida. Certified Secondary Principal, Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Certified Secondary Teacher for Social Science and Mathematics by ACSI. Former English Instructor, Fitchburg State College, Massachusetts; U.S. Navy Officer and Instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School, Rhode Island; Director of computer learning center for U.S. Army, Ft. Devens, Massachusetts; New Hampshire Experienced Educator Certification, English; Instructor, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Professional writer on the use of computers in education; former technical manager RUN Magazine and author of Resource Center. Founder and director of the Computer Assisted Learning Center (CALC), 1982; CALC Online Campus (CALCampus), 1986.


Michael A. Morabito, Esq.

School Attorney
Instructor: Business; Social Sciences; Legal Studies

Juris Doctor, Western New England Law School, Massachusetts; B.A. in American Civilization, University of Miami, Florida. Attorney Morabito is licensed to practice law in New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. He has been a practicing attorney since 1986 and also has been a licensed real estate broker. He holds secondary level teaching certification from the Association of Christian Schools International with endorsements for Social Sciences, English, and Language Arts. Mr. Morabito has been teaching in CALC since 1986.



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Elliot Benjamin

Instructor: Mathematics; Psychology

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Maine; Ph.D. in Psychology, Saybrook University; M.S. in Mathematics, University of Houston; M. Ed. in Counseling, Boston State College; B.S. in Mathematics and Psychology, S.U.N.Y. at Stony Brook. Dr. Benjamin is a semi-retired mathematics professor and has 20 published mathematics articles in the pure mathematics fields of algebraic number theory and commutative algebra. He has also written a number of articles on mathematics education, and a self-published book by the title of "Numberama: Recreational Number Theory In The School System." He has taught at a variety of high schools, community colleges, colleges and universities, including the University of Maine, Lakeside School, Unity College, Holyoke Community College, and the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Benjamin also teaches psychology at Akamai University. He enjoys playing the piano and occasionally puts on piano shows at nursing homes and retirement homes.

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David H. Blank

Instructor: Science - Chemistry; Business

Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, Dartmouth College; Sc.M. in Analytical Organic Photochemistry, Saint Joseph's University; B.S. in Chemistry, Albright College; MBA in Organizational Leadership and Business, Norwich University. Dr. Blank has extensive teaching experience on the university level, including having taught at Baker College Online, Castleton State College, Dartmouth College, Norwich University, and Keene State College. He also has industrial experience as a research assistant, assistant scientist, senior research chemist, supervisor; as well as serving as an independent contractor in the pharmaceutical, ink, flavor and fragrance, and chemical industries and in academia. Dr. Blank has five US Patents and has written for many professional publications.

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Victor Brooks

Instructor: Science

MBBS, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (equivalent of U.S. Doctor of Medicine), University of West Indies Medical School; Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of West Indies. Certificate in Botanical Medicine, Canadian College of Natural Medicine. Certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. Dr. Brooks has over 30 years of experience in the Medical Field, having served in a wide range of medical positions in Barbados, West Indies, including Medical Officer, Emergency Room at St. Joseph Hospital; Clinical Medical Officer Public Health Service; Acting Medical Officer to the Royal Barbados Police Force; Medical Officer to the Barbados Fire Department and Defence Force. Additionally, Dr. Brooks served as a medical doctor for 20 years in his own Limited Private General Practice. He has extensive teaching experience at the college level, including teaching at the Barbados Community College and a number of offshore American type Medical Schools. Furthermore, Dr. Brooks holds advanced degrees in Divinity and Christian Ministry.

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Samantha Devoid

Instructor: Science

M.S. in Biology, University of Massachusetts, M.Ed. University of Massachusetts, BA in Biology, Saint Anselm College, NH. Ms. Devoid has a varied background in biological research, environmental policy development, and education. She holds teacher certifications in Biology/Life Sciences from Massachusetts and Wisconsin. She has taught science at both the high school and university level. Ms. Devoid currently contributes to numerous science textbooks and publications as a freelance writer and editor.

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Richard Eckhart

Instructor: Mathematics; Physics; Computer Science

Ph.D. and M.S.in Chemical Engineering, Penn State University; B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University. Dr. Eckhart has over 45 years of combined industrial, business, and academic experience. He has held industrial positions with several well-known corporations including Monsanto, Exxon, Honeywell, Parsons, and SimSci. In addition, he has been on the faculties of a number of colleges and universities including Azusa Pacific University, Penn State, Villanova, UCLA, University of Maryland, California State University-Fullerton, California National University, Northcentral University, and CALCampus.

Dr. Eckhart has experience as an applications software developer using Visual Basic, Oracle, FORTRAN, BASIC, and C/C++ programming languages. He specializes in mathematical modeling, steady-state and dynamic simulation, process control, and custom applications software development. He is an experienced site developer for the World Wide Web and is also a Registered Professional Engineer.

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Jason Franklin

Instructor: Mathematics

Master's Degree in Mathematics For Teaching, Harvard University Extension School; Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics, Clemson University. Mr. Franklin holds teacher certification in Middle School and Secondary Mathematics from the state of Massachusetts. He has five years of experience teaching middle school mathematics in Boston Public School System. Mr. Franklin has been teaching post secondary math at University of Phoenix, DeVry University, and is a lecturer at Bergen County Community College in New Jersey.

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Timothy Gehle

Instructor: Mathematics and Social Sciences

Doctor of Christian Education, Phoenix University of Theology; Master of Religious Education in Educational Administration, Cornerstone University/Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary; B.A. in Liberal Arts, Olivet College, MI. Dr. Gehle has taught high school and college mathematics at various schools, including Olivet College, Jackson Community College, First Assembly Christian School, and Alpha Omega Academy. He is also an experienced high school guidance counselor and former principal. Dr. Gehle holds certifications with the Association of Christian Schools International as a secondary principal and teacher of social studies and mathematics.

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Nat Giambalvo

Instructor: Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics

Master of Education: Concentration in Instructional Strategies, Teacher Education University, Florida; B.A. in Religious Studies, Concordia College, New York; Lutheran Schools Association Certification K-12; Texas 4-8 Generalist (Math, Science, Social Studies, English) Certification. Nine years' teaching experience; Musician/Guitar Instructor; Five years as a Youth Director/Counselor in New York.

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Jody Klann

Instructor: Science - Marine Biology; Anatomy and Physiology

M.S. in DNA and Serology, University of Florida; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with concentration in Science Education, Arizona State University; B.S. in Conservation Biology, Arizona State University; A.A.S., University of Wisconsin-Waukesha. Ms. Klann has extensive online teaching experience at the postsecondary level. She has taught and teaches at Hutchinson Community College, Western Nevada Community College, Truckee Meadows Community College, Maricopa Community College, Colorado Northwestern Community College, and Northern Arizona University. Ms. Klann served as the Education Coordinator for the Phoenix Zoo. She is also the co-founder and lead biologist for M.A.R., Marine Animal Rescue, which is dedicated to preserving, rescuing, and rehabilitating marine species in the northern 8th region of Chile. Ms. Klann is bilingual in Spanish and resides in Chile.

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Robert Milofsky

Instructor: Science - Chemistry

Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Colorado; B.S. in Chemistry, Bates College. Dr. Milofsky has extensive teaching experience in the field of chemistry. He has both research and teaching experience on the university level and in the corporate and medical environments, including at Fort Lewis College, University of Colorado, W.R. Grace Chemical Co., and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He serves as the Department of Chemistry Chair at Fort Lewis College. Dr. Milofsky has many published articles in professional journals, such as the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Chromatographia, TrAC, and Analytic Chemistry.

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Elena Nelson

Instructor: Foreign Languages, TESOL, English

Ph.D. and M.A. in Slavic Languages and Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. in Slavic Languages and Literature, the University of Toronto; B.A. in Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Rochester. Certificate in Distance Education, Indiana University. Dr. Nelson currently teaches Russian and Church Slavonic at Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary. She has taught English, Russian, and Serbo-Croatian to students of varying age groups in institutions including the University of California, Berkeley, the University of Rochester, Institut International de Rambouillet (France), St. Petersburg State University (Russia), and St. John of San Francisco Orthodox Academy. She is published in the journal Russian Linguistics.


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Mirjana Radovic-Markovic

Instructor: Business; Management; e-Commerce; Organizational Behavior; HRM

Ph.D. in Economic Sciences, University of Belgrade; Master of Science, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade; Diploma of High Educational Qualification, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. Dr. Radovic-Markovic has done advanced studies in the Netherlands, USA, and Russia. She has been a lecturer and professor in the field of entrepreneurship and management on the Faculty for Management BK, Belgrade; Farleigh Dickinson University, USA; Akamai University, USA; Lacrosse University, USA; BCCS College, Belgrade; and Pebble Hills University, Italy. Dr. Radovic-Markovic has authored many books and articles in her field; she is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade; and she is an elected member of the World Academy of Art and Science.

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Wade Richards

Instructor: Physics

Ph.D. in Engineering Physics, California Coast University; M.S. in Physics, California State University at San Francisco; B.S. in Physics, California State University at Hayward. Dr. Richards is a retired Air Force officer and has taught Nuclear Reactor Theory and Applications for the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. He also has taught at California National University for Advanced Studies, the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), Argonne National Laboratory, and California State University. Dr. Richards has over 50 publications in the areas of neutron radiography techniques and facility design and received the Air Force Award for Outstanding Achievement for accomplishing the task of designing, constructing and licensing the only nuclear reactor in the U.S. Air Force (as of 4-11).

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Shannon Voyles

Instructor: English; Research; Religion

Ed.D. Educational Technology and E-Learning, Northcentral University; M.Ed. Education, Indiana Wesleyan University; B.A. English, Hanover College; graduate study in English, Morehead State University. Mrs. Voyles is certified by the State of Indiana to teach grades 5-12. She is also on the faculty of American Public Education System and Indiana Wesleyan University College of Adult and Professional Studies.

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Charles Wang

Instructor: Mathematics; Computer Science

Master of Education in Math Education, University of Delaware; B.S. in Mathematics, University of Delaware; B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang TV University, China; Distance Education Certificate, Thomas Edison State College. Mr. Wang has been teaching mathematics for 20 years in both classroom and online settings in universities and colleges across the US. He worked as an online math consultant, computer programmer, library analyst, interpreter and translator, and has traveled extensively in Western countries.

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Ashley Fryer

System Administrator

Ashley Fryer has been programming microcomputers since 1982. During his career, he has written software for many companies around the Pacific Northwest including Skylight Software, VisionWare, GrokWare, Pentari, and Microsoft. He is president of Black Market Software. His other interests include playing the violin, juggling, and reading science fiction. Mr. Fryer programmed the CALC Academic Quiz Center on our former GEnie campus and also was one of our early instructors, having taught Computer Science in CALC from 1986 through the early 1990s.


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