Pamela Cohen joined the New Hampshire College Learning Center, Manchester,
New Hampshire, as a mathematics specialist after 12 years of teaching high school
mathematics in New Rochelle, New York and Manchester, New Hampshire.
When questioned about the praise she receives from her students, Pam uses this
anecdote. "In the eighth grade I was placed in an Advanced Algebra class," she
recalls; "I failed it. It seems that I was always a week behind the teacher! I also
lacked the maturity at that point to handle the pressure." As a result of this
experience, Pam feels she "understands" the needs of students who struggle with
mathematics. Pam is active in the mathematics programs of New Hampshire College
and the educational activities of her hometown of Bedford, New Hampshire.
She is an active member of the following professional education associations:
ATMNE, LAANE, NADE, and NCTM. Pamela Cohen has a Bachelor of
Science degree in Secondary School Mathematics from Boston University,
Boston, Massachusetts, and a Masters of Arts degree in Elementary Mathematics
Specialist from the Teachers College of Columbia University, New York, New York.
over 30 years ago for Daniel Webster College, Nashua, New Hampshire, where
he became an Associate Professor of Business Administration and Chairperson of
the Department of Aviation Management. During the past 22 years, as Director
and then Dean of Continuing Education for Franklin Pierce College, Rindge,
New Hampshire, Walter helped build one of New England's most successful
Continuing Education programs. Today, as Franklin Pierce College's Special
Assistant for Professional Studies Program Development, Walter enjoys teaching,
writing, and investigating areas of interest to himself and the College. Walter
Antoniotti has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from
Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, and a Masters of Business Administration
degree from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.