• Stephanie Rowland, M.A., Disability Services Coordinator, Academic Coach

Stephanie has an M.A. in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University. She has been provide support to students with disabilities for nine years. Her work in Disability Services started during graduate school. She then transitioned to an Access Specialist in Student Life Disability Services at Ohio State University for six years. Stephanie is now the Coordinator of the Disability Services Center & Testing Center at OWU. She provides support and accommodations, throughout all aspects of OWU life.

  • Annie Stinemetz, M.A., Academic Coach

Georgeann Stinemetz received her B.A. in History from Miami of Ohio and her M.A. in History from The Ohio State University.  She completed graduate work in accounting and worked as an accountant before returning to teaching at a private preparatory school in Memphis, TN.  At OWU, Annie has taught sections of History 113 (Early America), History 114 (Modern America), History 491 (Directed Readings), and UC 160 (The OWU Experience).  She is currently an instructor in UC 160, a Coach in the Bishop ACCESS program, Assistant Coordinator of Academic Skills, and Assistant Coordinator for Academic Advising.

  • Emily Lugg, M.A., Academic Skills Center Coordinator, Academic Coach, Program Coordinator

Emily Lugg earned her B.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Wittenberg University. She completed her graduate work in Liberal Studies at Ohio Dominican University. Emily is the Assistant Coordinator of Academic Advising, Coordinator of the Academic Skills Center, and Program Coordinator of Bishop ACCESS.

  • Jim Stull, Ph.D., Director of Sagan Academic Resource Center

Professor Stull earned his Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Iowa. He is the Assistant Dean of Academic Advising, the Director of the Sagan Academic Resource Center, and the Program Director of Bishop ACCESS.  Professor Stull has taught the Freshman Writing Seminar, Writing for the Workplace, and UC 160.  His publications include a book on New Journalism titled Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary American Nonfiction.