Three Women in New Teaching Roles

kellymarilyn2-webMarilyn Kelly, who served for 16 years as a justice on the Michigan Supreme Court, has joined the faculty at Wayne State University in Detroit as its first Distinguished Jurist in Residence.

Justice Kelley is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti. After studying at the Sorbonne in Paris, she earned a master’s degree at Middlebury College in Vermont. After teaching in the public schools and at Albion College and Eastern Michigan University, she earned a law degree at Wayne State University. She was elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 1996.

foltzDarline Foltz was appointed assistant professor in the health information systems technology program at the Clermont College of the University of Cincinnati. The program is the college’s first all-online associate’s degree program. She has been an adjunct faculty member for the past three years and is the founder of the consulting firm Foltz & Associates.

Foltz has bachelors’ degrees in both health information management and information processing systems and is currently working towards her master’s degree in educational studies.

DaviswbWendy Davis was promoted to associate professor of physical education at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. She also serves as the head women’s basketball coach at the college.

Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Connecticut.

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