James Papesca, MSN, CRNA
RN-BSN Online Coordinator | Assistant Professor of Nursing
Academic Affairs
Lindsay Patterson
Institutional Research Associate
Institutional Research and Analysis
Lynn Paulo
Adjunct Instructor of Education

Kelsey Penn
Kelsey Penn
Assistant Campus Minister
Campus Ministry
John Perry
Security Officer II
Campus Security
Personnel Recruiting
Tim Porter
Adjunct Instructor of Music (Guitar)

Classes Taught
MUSC 1107: Applied Guitar

Education

  • BBA in Accounting, Abilene Christian University
  • Associate of Arts, Schreiner University

Performing

  • Harry and the Hightones (jazz and swing)
  • Classical acoustic trio
  • Part of the Problem (western heritage)

While a student at Abilene Christian University, Mr. Porter taught guitar by arrangement with the music department. He was a member of the Superpicker band while living in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. He has worked as a studio musician on recordings in Nashville and Texas. In addition to teaching at SU, Mr. Porter teaches privately in Kerrville.

Kim Prater
Administrative Specialist, LSS
Learning Support Services

Lesa Presley
Lesa Presley, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biology
Academic Affairs
Office: Trull 126

Classes Taught
BIOL 1400: Human Biology
BIOL 1400: LAB
BIOL 1401: Concepts in Biological Science
BIOL 1401: LAB
BIOL 1405: Environmental Science
BIOL 1405: LAB
BIOL 3414: General Microbiology
BIOL 3414: LAB
BIOL 3360: Scientific Terminology
BIOL 3450: Cell Biology
BIOL 3450: LAB
BIOL 4398: Internship in Biology
IDST 1101: Freshman Seminar

Education

  • Master of Science, Midwestern State University
  • Bachelor of Science, Texas A&M Commerce

Lesa enjoys hiking, camping and when the opportunity presents itself, scuba diving. “I could gaze at life underwater and explore the depths for hours on end, if my tank wouldn’t run out of air.” When she isn’t walking with her golden retriever, she finds herself in front of a computer screen deep in desktop publishing. “I have volunteered my ‘expertise’ to quite a few projects over the years and currently publish a monthly newsletter for my son’s school.”  Lesa began teaching at SU in spring 2005. “I love life science. It is challenging and rewarding to work with students as we learn about the intricacies of living things. Lesa is married with 2 children.