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County College of Morris Hires Five New Faculty Members


Professors Bring a Wide Spectrum of Experience to CCM Students

This Spring Semester, five new faculty members joined County College of Morris (CCM) bringing a diverse set of intellectual skills and experience in fields ranging from the fine arts, to languages and the sciences.

The new faculty members are:

Todd L. W. Doney of Meyersville, assistant professor, fine arts. Doney started his higher education at a community college and then went on to receive his MFA in painting from New Jersey City University. His artwork is included in private and public collections worldwide. His gallery work includes one-person shows at Broadfoot & Broadfoot, Soho, NY; Gallery MacEgan, Morristown; the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown; New Jersey City University; Griffin Gallery, Madison; and the Brickton Art Gallery, Park Ridge, IL. In the summer of 2013, he will have a one-person show at the Morris Museum in Morristown.

Brian Oleksak of Newton, assistant professor, landscape and horticulture technology.  Oleksak received his M.S. in ornamental horticulture from Ohio State University and his B.S. in agronomy from Penn State University. For the past 13 years, he has been employed as a program associate/county extension department head for the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Sussex County.  He also has been an adjunct faculty member in the Landscape and Horticulture Technology program at CCM for the past 13 years.

Kenneth Pamiloza of South Orange, instructor, biology and chemistry. Pamiloza received his M.A. in biological sciences from the City University of New York-Hunter College, and his B.S. from Montclair State University.  He has worked as an adjunct at Middlesex County College and Rockland Community College.

Brian Schorr of Newtown, assistant professor, ESL and languages. Schorr received his Master of Education from The College of New Jersey where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.  He also holds a graduate diploma in education, visual art and visual communication teaching methods from LaTrobe University in Victoria, Australia, and earned his BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia.  He has taught English and art in multiple countries, including Australia and South Korea, as well as several community colleges in New Jersey.

Hrvoje Slovenc of Bronx, NY, assistant professor of photography. Solvenc received his M.S. in biochemistry from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, and MFA in photography from Yale University School of Art. His photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally including the Museum of New Art in Detroit, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Croatia, and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, Croatia. His works reside in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, Croatia. He has received numerous awards including a London Photography Award, International Photography Award, Golden Light Award, Photography Now Award, BRIO Award, as well as Mortimer Hays-Brandeis and Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowships.
Photo 1, Hrvoje Slovenc; Photo 2, Todd Doney
 

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