CLINT SATTERFIELD

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Adjunct Instructor of Education
csatterfield@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
Adjunct Faculty
The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., University of North Alabama
M.A., Tennessee Technological University
Eds., Tennessee Technological University
Ed.D., Union University

NICOLE POWELL

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Adjunct Instructor of Nursing
npowell@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
A.S.N., Hopkinsville Community College
B.S.N., Murray State University
M.S.N., Middle Tennessee State University
Nicole Powell has been teaching for the College of Nursing for seven years. Nicole received her MSN from Middle Tennessee State University (2010), BSN from Murray State University (2005), and ASN from Hopkinsville Community College (2003). She will complete her DNP and FNP in May of 2020. Nicole has a passion for teaching and patient care. She also currently works as a staff nurse in Women's and Children's Services. She has held positions in Oncology, Mother-Baby, Labor and Delivery, Well Baby and NICU, Clinical Education, Management, Staff Development, Clinical Placement Coordination, and Community Outreach. Nicole has been married for 13 years and has two children, ages 10 and 5. She enjoys volunteering, running, scrapbooking, organization, and spending time with family.

RAYMOND PHILLIPS

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Adjunct Instructor of Sport Management
rphillips@cumberland.edu
Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Westchester University
M.S., University of Delaware
Ed.D., United States Sports Academy

TAYLOR MCELROY

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Adjunct Instructor of Education
tmcelroy@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Cumberland University
M.Ed. Cumberland University

KATRINA MILLER

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Adjunct Instructor of Nursing
kmiller@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
A.S.N., Aquinas College
B.S.N., Aquinas College
M.S.N., The University of Alabama

JANICE LUPO

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Adjunct Instructor of English
jlupo@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.A., Middle Tennessee State University
M. A., Middle Tennessee State University
Janice Lupo graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Masters Degree in English in 2011. She has served as an adjunct instructor at MTSU and a full-time instructor at Tennessee State University before accepting a position at Cumberland University. She enjoys teaching expository writing as well as research and argumentation, and dissecting texts to find their deepest meaning. In her spare time, Janice likes to research self-improvement strategies and play Jackbox games and Super Mario Brothers. She is the proud wife of a firefighter and mother of three children.

RICHARD MARSH

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Adjunct Instructor of History
rmarsh@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Carson-Newman University
M.A., Louisiana Tech University
Richie Marsh joined the Cumberland University faculty in 2020 as an adjunct instructor in the History Department. He taught for several years prior to joining CU, most recently at Episcopal Collegiate School in Little Rock, Arkansas. He earned a B.S. from Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee, and a M.A. in history from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. His graduate research focused on post-Reconstruction American history and postclassical and colonial Mesoamerican history, narrowing on contact and relations between the Maya and the Spanish. Marsh is a member of several professional organizations, notably the Southern Historical Association and the Latin American Studies Association.  

SARAH MARCHESE

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Adjunct Instructor of Psychology
smarchese@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.A., Cleveland State University
M.S., Grand Canyon University

GLENN MARTIN

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Adjunct Instructor of Music
gmartin@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Tennessee Technological University
M.M., University of Louisianna

Glenn Martin taught instrumental music at the secondary level for twelve years, directing superior-rated concert, marching, and jazz bands. He has taught Brass Methods, Trombone, Music Theory, Jazz Band, and Music Technology courses at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. At Tennessee State University, he taught  Music History, Form & Analysis, Trombone, and Jazz Combo.

Mr. Martin also did postgraduate work in Music History and Research at the University of Georgia and Jazz Studies at North Texas State University where he taught Jazz Improvisation under the tutelage of jazz virtuoso, Rich Matteson.

Glenn Martin is a composer, arranger, and jazz trombonist, and has worked as a music clinician throughout he United States. His compositions and arrangements have been performed by the United States Marine Band, the Eastman School of Music, the Modern Jazz Tuba Project, the Tennessee Mid-State Jazz Band, the East Tennessee All-State Clinic Jazz Band, and at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, as well as other school and college groups.

Current publications:   Arete', Cimarron Music, Fugue in G Minor-Mozart, Cimarron Music, Blusin' Tubas, ITEA Press-Hal Leonard Music, Chop's, TEA Press-Hal Leonard Music, Movin', CPP/Belwin (Alfred), Valvin' On A Riff, RBC Publications, and Pearl Casters, RBC Publications.

His music method series, The Well-Tempered Instrumentalist, sells throughout the world via Amazon.com. He has recently finished Quintet for Symphonic Brass and is currently composing a Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra.

Glenn performs regularly as a solo jazz pianist and with his jazz duo in the Middle Tennessee area. He is the former Music Director of the Watertown Jazz Festival, featuring nationally-known artists such as Ellis Marsalis, Ed Shaughnessy, and Maynard Ferguson.