Wor-Wic Community College Recently Welcomed Seven new Faculty Members to the College.
September 02, 2008

Marvin L.J. Blye of Salisbury was selected to fill the position of instructor of accounting. Blye has almost 20 years of accounting experience. Before coming to Wor-Wic, he was the director of accounting at Shore Up! Inc. in Salisbury. He received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) and his master’s degree in business administration from Wilmington University in Georgetown, Del.

Pamela A. Mason of Salisbury is a new instructor of developmental mathematics. Prior to joining Wor-Wic, she was a math teacher for the Delmar School District in Delaware. A graduate of Stephen Decatur High School, Mason received her bachelor’s degree in education from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and her master’s degree in education with a concentration in mathematics from Salisbury University.

Karen Myers of Salisbury was chosen as a new instructor of nursing. Myers was a part-time clinical nursing instructor at Wor-Wic for several years. Most recently, she was director of education at the Anchorage Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Salisbury. Myers received her bachelor’s degree from Penn State University Park and her master’s degree in nursing education from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Penn.

William C. Sproul of Marion Station was hired as assistant professor of computer studies. Sproul started teaching part time at Wor-Wic in the fall of 2007. He has more than 15 years of computer-related experience, including his most recent position as director of management information systems for the Wicomico County Health Department in Salisbury. A graduate of Washington High School, Sproul received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from UMES.

Lucinda E. Stanley of Accomac, Va., is a new instructor of business and office technology. Prior to coming to Wor-Wic, she was a business and information technology instructor for the Accomack County Public Schools in Chincoteague, Va. Stanley has more than 10 years of teaching experience, including elementary, secondary and ABE/GED training at the community college level. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Regis University in Denver, Colo., and her master’s degrees in business education and instructional design and technology from Emporia (Kan.) State University.

Kathleen Svezzese of Salisbury was selected to fill the position of instructor of radiologic technology. Before joining Wor-Wic, she was a clinical user analyst at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, where she has worked for the past 14 years in the areas of radiology, cardiac catheterization, echocardiology and electrocardiology. She received her associate degree in radiologic technology from Wor-Wic in 1994.

Kamruz M. Zaman of Salisbury is a new assistant professor of physical science. He has more than 20 years of college teaching experience. Most recently, he was a teaching assistant for the department of chemistry at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. He has also taught chemistry at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) in Richmond, the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSMT) in Rapid City and the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh. He received master’s degrees in chemistry from EKU, the SDSMT and the People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia, and his doctorate in chemistry from the University of Kentucky in Lexington.

NEW FACULTY. Wor-Wic Community College recently welcomed seven new faculty members. Shown in the front row, from left, are William C. Sproul of Marion Station, assistant professor of computer studies; Lucinda E. Stanley of Accomac, Va., instructor of business and office technology; and Kamruz M. Zaman of Salisbury, assistant professor of physical science. In the back, from left, are Marvin L.J. Blye, instructor of accounting; Kathleen Svezzese, instructor of radiologic technology; Karen Myers, instructor of nursing; and Pamela A. Mason, instructor of developmental mathematics, all of Salisbury.