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SPCS hires new adjunct faculty members for fall 2023

September 7, 2023

SPCS Faculty Updates

The School of Professional & Continuing Studies hired nine new adjunct faculty members for the 2023-2024 academic year.

The following new adjunct faculty members were introduced to colleagues during the SPCS fall faculty meeting held August 24.


  • Kendall Hunt, Adjunct Instructor
    Educational Specialist, Middle School Literacy, Henrico County Public Schools
  • John Marshall, Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Principal, Douglas S. Freeman High School, Henrico County Public Schools
  • Kristen Knarr Roberts, Adjunct Instructor
    Elementary Gifted Teacher, Tuckahoe Elementary School, Henrico County Public Schools

Human Resource Management

  • Jim M. Burke, Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Co-CEO, TEO Consulting, North Chesterfield
  • Frankie Clogston, Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Vice President, Knowledge Management and Development, International Economic Development Council, Washington, D.C.

Information Systems

  • Terry Turner, Adjunct Instructor
    Adjunct Instructor, Information Technology, Reynolds Community College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Liberal Arts

  • Courtney Hughes, Adjunct Assistant Professor
    Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support & Co-Curricular Initiatives, University of Richmond
  • Lauren Wicklund, Adjunct Instructor
    Senior Associate Athletics Director for Leadership & Student-Athlete Development, University of Richmond

Paralegal Studies

  • Nicole Terry, Adjunct Instructor
    Assistant Professor, School of Business and Industrial Trades, Reynolds Community College

As a school that provides degree-earning programs to non-traditional adult students and working professionals, SPCS hires adjuncts who are working professionals to teach classes. Hiring adjuncts to teach SPCS classes ensures that students learn both cutting edge theory and understand real-world application, hearing first-hand from instructors who work and study in their fields.

The new adjunct faculty members listed above were hired to teach in summer 2023, fall 2023, and/or spring 2024 semesters.