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Science & Math Faculty

Lanette Poteete-Young
Lanette Poteete-Young
Dean

lpoteete-young@judsonu.edu
847-628-1097
Over the years since receiving a Master's Degree in Mathematics, Lanette has taught at a community college in Iowa, another small private 4-year college in Iowa (Simpson College), a Big 10 University (Michigan State) and now at Judson University.
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Peter Sandberg
Peter Sandberg
Chair

psandberg@judsonu.edu
847-628-1098
Peter grew up going to church with his family and committed his way to the Lord at an early age. In high school, God began to assert his claim on Peter's life and began to show his plans for him.
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Jeffrey Henderson
Jeffrey Henderson
jeffrey.henderson@judsonu.edu
847-628-1100
Before joining the faculty at his alma mater, Dr. Henderson conducted research at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM), Kansas State University and taught biology at two other small Christian liberal arts institutions. He is committed to having a rigorous and intellectually challenging biology curriculum presented in the environment of a Christ-centered classroom.
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Rolf Myhrman
Rolf Myhrman
rmyhrman@judsonu.edu
847-628-1096
Dr. Myhrman was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington.He and his wife Barb, a registered nurse, have two daughters, Krissy and Karen, both of whom have degrees in elementary education.
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Sung Eun Kim
Sung Eun Kim
sukim@judsonu.edu
847-628-2609
Dr. Kim lived in South Korea till she came to Rochester, NY to attend graduate school in 2001. She taught several classes at the University of Rochester as a graduate student and felt God's leading to teach at a Christian school.
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Dave Hoferer
Dave Hoferer
david.hoferer@judsonu.edu
847-628-1099
Dr. Hoferer was born and raised in Iowa. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in biology, he went to seminary to study Christian environmental theology and ethics. His main interests concern the interactions of human with natural communities. He enjoys birding, cycling, and science fiction and fantasy.
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