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What lies at the heart of a Le Moyne education? Our faculty. They don’t just know their fields; they will take the time to get to know you. You will be encouraged, challenged, and inspired each day as you work side by side with them. You will learn to ask questions, think deeply, and to look beyond the obvious with their support. These relationships will ensure your success in the classroom and your dreams for the future.
"In my years at Le Moyne, I have met so many faculty mentors who changed my perspective and challenged what I thought was true. I'm a better person because of that."
Not only innovative leaders and engaged scholars, but our faculty also never lose sight of the truth that learning is a deeply human experience. Learn what drives them to teach and inspire.
“I do think it’s important to recognize the struggles that people bring to the table and to give them a chance
You will not be in my class and not voting.
What does it mean to be human in the 21st century?
Our faculty are certainly leaders in the classroom, but their expertise is also sought out by news outlets across the country. Take a look at some of their recent appearances sharing their thoughts on current events. (or view our archive)
Mitchell Franklin, associate professor of accounting, was quoted in a U.S. News & World Report story on tax preparation for those who are self-employed.
Patrick Rogers, S.J., vice president for mission integration, was part of a Spectrum News story about the power of prayer in the wake of the injury to Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills.
Chandan Jha, associate professor of finance, was quoted in a story on CNN about the possible bankruptcy of Bed Bath and Beyond.
"If you want to love your work - and you do, if you want to be a good teacher, because love is contagious - you sometimes need to reflect on why you fell in love with it in the first place." - Miles Taylor, Ph.D., associate professor of English
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