Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Post University faculty and staff's recent impacts across industries

Our faculty and staff share a common cultural mission to engage with their education communities, share their insights with their peers, and be the best in their disciplines. Their efforts continue to lead them to make impacts across the education sector and other industries. We wanted to highlight some of their recent achievements over the past few months.

Ruby Parker, Director of Post University's
English Language Institute

Appointments and promotions
  • Linda Kobylarz, CSA and Honors Program Director, has been elected President of the Connecticut Career Counseling and Development Association (CCCDA). The association's membership includes career counselors and other career professionals from many settings, including colleges/universities, high schools, business, "one-stop" employment centers, Connecticut Department of Labor, and private practice.
    Deron Grabel, Academic Program
  • Academic Program Manager Art Mollengarden was recently elected to Yale-Elmseed Enterprise Fund's Board of Directors, and will work with the team on their strategic vision and overall marketing. The organization has helped New Haven entrepreneurs start and expand their local businesses since 2001. 

Speaking engagements and presentations
  • Academic Program Manager Danielle Williams, Ph.D. provided expert testimony in a recent criminal case for the Danbury State's Attorney's Office. Her testimony contributed to a guilty verdict on all charges of sexual abuse. She is a consultant as an expert witness on the topic of child sexual abuse and trauma for the attorney's office.


  • Art Professor John Rohlfing has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, for continued development of his craftwork. A total of 46 grants were awarded, but only nine received the top funding of $5,000.
Congratulations to all our faculty and staff who have continued to excel in their focus areas!