Assoc. Prof. Joan Lucariello (LSOE) was a visiting associate professor at the University of California at Los Angeles before arriving this fall.
Lucariello's field of expertise is cognitive development and learning. She holds a bachelor's degree from Manhattanville College in psychology and English and a doctoral degree in developmental psychology from the City University of New York Graduate Center.
Lucariello served as director of programs in cognitive and social and affective development at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Lucariello's courses this semester included Psychology of Learning and Child Growth and Development.
Prof. Greg Elmer (Communication) explores the social, political and cultural questions raised by the Internet. One of his ongoing projects involves studying the use of Internet technology by political and social movements such as the Zapatistas in Mexico.
Elmer arrived at BC from the University of Pittsburgh, where he taught for a year as a visiting assistant professor.
A graduate of Montreal's Concordia University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in communications, Elmer earned his master's and doctoral degrees at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
This semester, Elmer has taught Internet and Society and Globalization of the Media.
Asst. Prof. Stephanie Greene joined the Carroll School of Management faculty this fall after teaching on a part-time basis for six years.
Greene, who holds a bachelor's degree in Russian literature from Princeton University, earned a master's degree in French literature from BC before attending the Law School, where she received her juris doctorate.
Besides teaching courses in business and international law, Greene's areas of interest include National Collegiate Athletic Association legislation.
"Welcome Additions" is an occasional feature on new tenure-track faculty members.
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