Full Time Faculty  Adjunct

Gabrielle Everett
Lisa Hollander
Dedric Lee
Joseph Thurman

Jennifer Butler
Brian Craft
Russell Egan
Dennis McDonald
William Severson
Brian Thomas

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Full Time Faculty 

Gabrielle Everett

Gabrielle EverettTitle: Professor
Office: ASII 410
Phone:636-481-3345
Email:geverett@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Arkansas St Univ - Jonesboro
Bachelor of Arts: Lyon College
Specialist Comm Coll Teaching: Arkansas St Univ - Jonesboro

Gabrielle Everett completed her Bachelor of Arts degree (1990) at Lyon College and her Master of Arts degree (1995) and a Specialist in Community College Teaching degree (2001) at Arkansas State University. Prior to becoming a community college instructor, she spent six years teaching in the public school system in Oxford, Mississippi. Professor Everett has worked at community colleges in Arkansas, Arizona, and Missouri. Professor Everett has served on numerous college committees and has held leadership positions on Faculty Senate and JCNEA executive councils. She is a member of the National Women`s Studies Association, the Missouri Historical Society, and the National Organization for Women, and is a contributor to the Women Airforce Service Pilots Museum. Her main area of study is 20th century America and Europe.



Lisa Hollander

Lisa HollanderTitle: Professor
Office: ASII 406
Phone:636-481-3352
Email:lholland@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Columbia University (New York)
Bachelor of Arts: University Of Denver
Int'l and Comparative Politics: The London School Of Economics

Professor Lisa Hollander holds a BA in English from the University of Denver, a diploma in International and Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics, an MA from Columbia University in New York, and has completed coursework for a PhD in History. Ms. Hollander teaches courses in three disciplines: Geography, History, and Political Science. Professor Hollander has taught at Jefferson since 1997, and, in that time, she has earned the Student Senate Faculty Member of the Year award, the Governor`s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Linda Johnston Assessment Award, Jefferson College`s Foundation Faculty of the Year award, and the Missouri Community College Association`s Global Educator of the Year award. Deeply committed to bringing international issues into the Missouri community college curriculum, Ms. Hollander serves on the Diversity Committee and the Global Education Subcommittee and acts as Coordinator of the Global Studies Program. Born in Zimbabwe, Ms. Hollander has lived in a multitude of countries in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, and has lived in six different states of the United States. In her spare time, she collects history books and travels as much as possible.



Dedric Lee

Dedric LeeTitle: Professor
Office: ASI 221
Phone:636-481-3315
Email:dlee2@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Arkansas St Univ - Jonesboro
Bachelor of Science: U Of Southern Miss-Hattiesburg
Associate of Applied Science: Jones County Junior College

Mr. Lee earned a Master of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Arts in History from Arkansas State University. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi and an Associate of Arts degree in Paralegal Technology from Jones County Junior College. Prior to joining the Jefferson College faculty, Mr. Lee taught classes at Arkansas State University. He was also the Secretary General for the Arkansas State University Model United Nations Chapter.



Joseph Thurman

Joseph ThurmanTitle: Professor
Office: TC 301
Phone:636-481-3346
Email:jthurma1@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Univ Of Missouri - St Louis
Bachelor of Arts: Univ Of Missouri - St Louis

Joseph Thurman holds an M.A. degree and a B.A. degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is currently working toward a Community College Teaching and Learning Graduate Certificate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and then plans to begin work on his Ph.D. in history. Joseph`s primary field of interest is 19th-century United States history, specifically the Reconstruction Era. He is currently conducting research for an article about the education of Freedmen in Missouri during Reconstruction. Joseph has also conducted award winning research on the Nazi educational system. In addition, he recently published an article on James H. Lucas in the Missouri Historical Review, which he plans to extend to a full-length biography. Joseph has taught United States History at Jefferson College since August 2004. He has also taught United States, European, and World History at Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, Illinois (2005-2008).



 
Adjunct 

Jennifer Butler

Jennifer ButlerTitle: Adjunct-History
Office: TC 301
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:jtopper@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Southeast Missouri St Univ

Adjunct History instructor



Brian Craft

Brian CraftTitle: Adjunct-History
Office:
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:bcraft@jeffco.edu



Russell Egan

Russell EganTitle: Adjunct-History
Office:
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:regan@jeffco.edu

Master of Liberal Arts: Southern New Hampshire Univers
Bachelor of Liberal Studies: Southern New Hampshire Univers



Dennis McDonald

Dennis McDonaldTitle: Adjunct-History
Office:
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:dmcdonal@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Univ Of Missouri - St Louis

History adjunct instructor



William Severson

William SeversonTitle: Adjunct-History
Office:
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:wseverso@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts: Truman State University
Bachelor of Arts: Truman State University
Bachelor of Science Education: Truman State University



Brian Thomas

Brian ThomasTitle: Adjunct-History
Office:
Phone:Contact Humanities Secretary at 636-481-3331
Email:bthoma15@jeffco.edu

Master of Arts in Teaching: Webster University