Harner, who last year earned a master's degree in family and community health from the Harvard School of Public Health, previously worked as a staff nurse in obstetrics at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital and as a women's health practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania Student Health Center.
She earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Gwynedd Mercy College in Pennsylvania and master's and doctoral degrees in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. While completing her doctoral studies at Penn, she was the lead teaching assistant in Forensic Nursing and won the Ann W. Burgess Distinguished Dissertation in Mental Health Award - named after the current CSON faculty member - for her work on statutory rape and teenage pregnancy.
Harner's CSON teaching and clinical assignments include undergraduate classes in normal and high-risk women's health, including obstetrics.
Lect. Gregory L. Stoller is a member of the Operations and Strategic Management faculty in the Carroll School of Management where he teaches MBA-level courses, and is involved in building CSOM's entrepreneurship and international business programs.
He directs the core first-year MBA business planning course, teaches a second-year class in global strategy and management and electives in international entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance. As the director of the International Management Experience program, Stoller also annually travels to Asia with students and faculty to study and meet with companies and government agencies.
Stoller is the president and founder of Coolidge Plaza LLC, a real estate holding company that buys, sells, and operates commercial and residential properties in the metropolitan Boston area.
He is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, and Harvard Business School, and previously taught as an adjunct faculty member at Boston University's Graduate School of Management.
Visiting faculty member Jeffrey Sherman (Law) received his bachelor's and law degrees from Harvard University, where he served as a staff member of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.
He spent three years with the St. Paul, Minn., firm of Doherty, Rumble & Butler and a year with the Office of the Tax Legislative Counsel in the United States Department of the Treasury, Washington, DC. He was an assistant professor of law at the University of Illinois from 1976 to 1978.
Sherman joined the University of Chicago-Kent faculty in the fall of 1978. He was a visiting professor at Harvard in 1993 and 1995 and has also visited at UCLA in 1990, the University of Miami in 1987, the University of Illinois in 1983, and the University of Arizona in 1981.
He has written extensively in the areas of wills, taxation and employee benefits, and is the author of "Cases and Materials on Pension Planning and Deferred Compensation." Sherman is a member of the American Law Institute. In 1989, he was named a Norman and Edna Freehling Scholar and an Arthur and Marjorie West Scholar. In 1991, he was elected an academic fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
-Reid Oslin and Mark Sullivan
"Welcome Additions," an occasional feature, profiles new faculty members at Boston College.
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