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Faculty & Staff Members of the Month

Faculty Member of the Month: Dr. Meir Magal

What he has to say about working at Wesleyan:
” Working at Wesleyan gives me the opportunity to work closely with students, educate bright minds and to work and collaborate with dedicated faculty and staff.”

Dr. Magal is an Associate Professor of Exercise Science at Wesleyan. Dr. Magal earned his Bachelors, Masters, and Ph. D at The University of Southern Mississippi. He is very active in the Exercise Science field by continuing research and publishing various articles and studies. Despite the many classes that Dr. Magal teaches here at Wesleyan, he still manages to stay involved with the Honor’s Program by serving as a Director for Honor’s Program Students’ Theses.

What a student had to say about Dr. Magal:

“[Dr. Magal is] always is willing to help his students in anyway…” “He is a great role model to any upcoming exercise major.”

 

Staff Member of the Month: Ian Boucher

What Ian had to say about working at Wesleyan:

“I tremendously enjoy being part of the Wesleyan College community.  With my background in TV, working for the cause of information and media literacy is very important to me, and Pearsall Library is a wonderful atmosphere of proactivity and innovation.  It’s a true privilege to be able to serve students and be there for them as much as I can, whether they need to find the best resources for a project or just want to talk movies.  Even in my brief time at Wesleyan, I have already seen them grow as individuals.  I couldn’t ask anything more from where I work.”

Ian is the Evening Supervisor at Pearsall Library. Before Wesleyan, Ian was a video editor for WNCT in Greenville, and before that he worked for WQED and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA. Ian earned his Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies and Communication from the University of Pittsburgh and he is currently pursuing his Master of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.

What a student had to say about Ian:

“[Ian] always has a willing and kind heart to all students…” “He really has a heart to help all mankind.”