Debbie Unsold is Associate Professor of Developmental Reading at WSCC. Debbie completed her MA in Reading at Bowling Green University. She became a full time faculty member two years ago.
Tami Tuten began at WSCC in 1991 as Early Childhood Development adjunct and became full time ECDV Program Director in 2000. She serves on Student Learning, Evergreen Arts & Humanities, and Diversity & Social Justice Committees. She is State Officer for Ohio Coalition of Associate Degree Early Childhood Programs. Tami began her doctoral studies at OSU in which she was able to visit a preschool in Ghana, Africa. She has been a presenter at various state early childhood conferences and had a project published for Ohio Resource Center for Math, Science, and Reading.
Ben Rutherford began at Washington State Community College in 2006 as an Instructor of Philosophy and Chemistry. He serves as Faculty Senate President, Curriculum Committee Chair, and Liberal Arts Department Chair. Ben completed all class work from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN, adding to his knowledge of biology and chemistry.
Shirley Singree is an Associate Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at WSCC. She is the Department Chair of the Science and Engineering Transfer programs. Shirley earned her MS in Biological Sciences from Ohio University. She serves on the Dual Enrollment Committee, and coordinates YES Days.
Dr. Deborah Rosenthal has been a Chemistry Instructor at WSCC since Fall 2011. She earned her doctorate from Middle Tennessee State University, her BS from the University of Michigan where she had an athletic scholarship for cross country running, and her MS from the University of North Carolina- Charlotte.