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Maria Kalpidou
Associate Professor of Psychology
B.A., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Early Childhood Education, 1990, M.A., Tufts University; Child Development, 1993, Ph.D., Louisiana State University; Developmental Psychology, 1997, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “The Development of Behavioral and Emotional Self-Regulation during the Preschool Period”
mkalpido@assumption.edu
508-767-7253
Demetrius Kantarelis
Professor of Economics
Ph.D., Clark University; Economics, 1983, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Live and Let Live Behavior of Oligopolists in A Multi-Dimensional Setting with Demand Fluctuations”, M.A., Fordham University; Economics, 1978, B.A., University of Athens; Economics, 1977
dkantar@assumption.edu
508-767-7557
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William Katcher
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology; Applied Mathematics, 1971, M.B.A., Rutgers University; Management/Quantitative Methods, 1978, M.S., Worcester State College; Computer Science, 1987
wkatcher@assumption.edu
508-767-7598
Christine Keating
Lecturer in English
B.A., Regis College, M.A., Assumption College, C.A.G.S., Clark University 2009
508-767-7000
Suzanne Kelton
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Department Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science
B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; 1996, M.S., University of Virginia; 1998, Ph.D., University of Virginia; 2001
skelton@assumption.edu
508-767-7501
Dona Kercher
Professor of Spanish
B.A., University of Michigan; German/Spanish, 1972, M.A., The Johns Hopkins University; Spanish, 1975, Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University; Spanish, 1980, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Strategies of Censorship: Critical Readings of Four of Quevedo’s “Sueños”
dkercher@assumption.edu
508-767-7305
Carl Robert Keyes
Associate Professor of History
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, History, 2007., Ph.D. Dissertation: Early American Advertising: Marketing and Consumer Culture in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia”, M.A., Johns Hopkins University, History, 2001., M.A., The American University, History, 1999., B.A., University of Michigan, Actuarial Mathematics and History, 1996.
ckeyes@assumption.edu
508-767-7324
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Mary Kielbasa
Assistant Professor of Education
B.A., Assumption College; Psychology, 1974, Ed.M., Boston University; Reading, 1978, Ed.M., Harvard University; Language and Literacy, 1986, Ed.D., Harvard University; Language and Literacy, 1993, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “The Match Between What the Basal Manual Recommends and What Some Teachers Do: A Study of Third Grade Reading Instruction”
mkielbas@assumption.edu
508-767-7184
Mary Kingsley
Lecturer in Business Law
B.A., Manhattanville College, J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 1978
508-767-7000
Deborah Kisatsky
Associate Professor of History
Ph.D., University of Connecticut; History, 2001, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Containment, Co-optation, Cooperation: The United States and the European Right, 1945-1955″, M.A., University of Connecticut; History, 1993, B.A., University of Connecticut; English/History, 1990
dkisatsk@assumption.edu
508-767-7561
Christopher Klofft
Assistant Professor of Theology
B.A., Assumption College; English/Theology, 1991, Certificate in Bioethics, The Pope John Paul XXIII Medical-Moral Research and Education Center, 1991, S.T.B., The Catholic University of America; Theology, 1995, S.T.L., The Catholic University of America; Moral Theology, 1997, S.T.L. Thesis Title: “The Licitness of Pleasure as an End of the Marital Act: The Theological Approaches of Janet E. Smith, Lisa Sowle Cahill, and Christine E. Gurdorf.”, S.T.D., The Catholic University of America; Moral Theology, 2000, S.T.D. Thesis Title: “Moral Development, Virtue, and Gender: A Comparison of the Differing Accounts of Lisa Sowle Cahill, Servais Pinckaers, and Paul Evdokimov.”
cklofft@assumption.edu
508-767-7576
Lucia Knowles
Professor of English
B.A., St. Mary’s College; Literature/Writing, 1972, M.A., Rutgers University; English, 1976, Ph.D., Rutgers University; English, 1979, Ph.D. Thesis Title: “The Unsentimental Use of Sentimental Conventions in the Novels of William Dean Howells”
lknoles@assumption.edu
508-767-7341
Eloise Knowlton
Dean of Undergraduate Studies
eknowlton@assumption.edu
508-767-7487
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Ellen Koretz
Lecturer in Education
508-767-7000
Suzanne Kozak
Visiting Instructor of Mathematics
B.A., Nazareth College, 1995, M.A, Binghamton University, 1999
kozak@assumption.edu
508-767-7494
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Elissa Kraus
Visiting Instructor
508-767-7000
Regina Kuersten-Hogan
Associate Professor of Psychology
B.A., University of Massachusetts Boston, M.A., Ph.D., Clark University
rkuerstenhogan@assumption.edu
508-767-7585