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At Southeast Pacific University, we know that the quality of our graduates not just depends on the content we provide for study, but also the focus needs to be mainly on the faculty. We completely accept this fact that the development and improvement of our students is based on the faculty of a university, and this is why we have put great emphasis on the standard of faculty we hire and accommodate at SEPU.

Academics

Donna Moser, PhD - Dean, Southeast Pacific University

About: We have been educating working adults and students for more than a decade. In the present market scenario, we know that working adults have a very busy work schedule and it is often difficult for them to find time to attend classes.

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MS (Mechanical Engineering), Stanford University, 1972

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BS (Mechanical Engineering), University of California, Berkeley, 1968

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MA (Education), and PhD (Higher Education), University of California, Los Angeles, 1978

Directors - SEPU

Linda D. Light, PhD

Director, Education Development

Adam S. Benoit, PhD

Director, Law & Legal Studies

Mario J. James, PhD

Director, Social Sciences

Professors - SEPU

Paul V. Cronin, PhD

Associate Professor, Education

John R. Eichler, PhD

Professor, Marketing

Cindy C. Mayville, PhD

Professor, Engineering

John L. Satterlee, PhD

Professor, Engineering

Haley W. Oakes, PhD

Professor, Criminal Justice

Paul S. Myrick, PhD

Professor, Engineering

Donna Moser, PhD - Dean, Southeast Pacific University

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Donna Moser is a developmental psychologist who studies processes of collaborative learning in and out of school. She studies how individuals work together to create joint products and how what is learned and created is related to the quality of their interactions. In a five year NSF supported CAREER award she documented adolescents' learning ecologies (e.g. learning opportunities across home, school, libraries, virtual communities, clubs, camps) for technological fluency development across diverse communities in the Silicon Valley region with the goal of understanding how to design more equitable opportunities for learning. She co-leads the LIFE center (Learning in Informal and Formal Environments), funded by the National Science Foundation in 2005

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Linda D. Light, PhDDirector, Education Development

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Linda D. Light is a developmental psychologist who studies processes of collaborative learning in and out of school. She studies how individuals work together to create joint products and how what is learned and created is related to the quality of their interactions. In a five year NSF supported CAREER award she documented adolescents' learning ecologies (e.g. learning opportunities across home, school, libraries, virtual communities, clubs, camps) for technological fluency development across diverse communities in the Silicon Valley region with the goal of understanding how to design more equitable opportunities for learning. She co-leads the LIFE center (Learning in Informal and Formal Environments), funded by the National Science Foundation in 2005

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Adam S. Benoit, PhDDirector, Law & Legal Studies

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Professor Adam spent two years after law school reading African law and legal anthropology in London, and then a year of field work in Kenya studying the ways in which primary courts staffed by and serving the African population had preserved indigenous notions of law and procedure within European institutions. He began teaching at Yale in 1969 and spent the 1971-72 year practicing with the Haven Legal Association.

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Mario J. James, PhDDirector, Social Sciences

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Mario J. James is a director in National Valley University. He is also a research associate in the program on education at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Co-Principal Investigator at the “We ARE HERE” Center for Libya Education at National Valley. His research interests include economics of education; student success and completion in college; teacher characteristics and student success in college; effects of voucher programs on both academic and non-academic outcomes. Steven’s research focuses on using rigorous statistical methods in identifying cause-and-effect relationships in higher education

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Paul V. Cronin, PhDAssociate Professor, Education

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Paul V. Cronin is a director in National Valley University. He is also a research associate in the program on education at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Co-Principal Investigator at the “We ARE HERE” Center for Libya Education at National Valley. His research interests include economics of education; student success and completion in college; teacher characteristics and student success in college; effects of voucher programs on both academic and non-academic outcomes. Alfred’s research focuses on using rigorous statistical methods in identifying cause-and-effect relationships in higher education

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John R. Eichler, PhDProfessor, Marketing

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Dr. John R. Eichler, experience focuses on global versus local marketing; marketing strategy; innovation and market evolution; brand management; and global customer management. He has been a strong advocate of local marketing by global corporations. His writing and consulting in multinational marketing has focused particularly on brands, and relationships with local sales and distribution units.

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Cindy C. Mayville, PhDProfessor, Engineering

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Trained as a mathematician, Professor Cindy has worked in computer science for the past 25 years. Her primary focus has been improving the performance of scientific applications on workstations and supercomputers. She is an expert on compilers and computer architecture, including parallel and multi-threaded architectures, and has worked with computational scientists in a variety of disciplines.

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John L. Satterlee, PhDProfessor, Engineering

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Professor John L. Satterlee was ranked 41st in the 2013 Thinkers50 list of the top global management thinkers. His main area of expertise is in the social sciences, and specifically such issues as innovation, corporate entrepreneurship, strategic agility and headquarters-subsidiary relationships.

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Haley W. Oakes, PhDProfessor, Criminal Justice

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Professor Haley W. Oakes was a consulting assistant professor at Stanford Law School, where she taught Criminal Law, Comparative Family Law, Islamic Law, and a seminar entitled "Nations, Races, and Religion. She worked at the World Bank as legal counsel in the Middle East/North Africa Division, Legal Department. As an elections observer for the United Nations, South Africa, Professor Rosa Sullivan participated in voter education, party monitoring, and election supervision during the period leading to the first democratic elections in South Africa.

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Paul S. Myrick, PhD Professor, Engineering

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Paul is an international and award-winning, teacher, facilitator, and researcher Paul S. Myrick brings over 20 years of experience in leadership roles at online universities; previously serving as Dean of the Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria (2002- 2012) and in the Faculty of Management at the University of Lethbridge (1997-2002).

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