Charlie McCormick
Charlie McCormick, PhD
President
Presidents Office
Kevin McCormick
Adjunct Instructor of Music (Guitar)

Classes Taught
MUSC 3107: Advanced Applied Guitar

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Notre Dame
  • Diploma in Guitar Performance, Indiana University School of Music

Awards

  • Guitar Foundation of America
  • The Academy of American Poets.

Recordings

  • Americas (2007)
  • Solo Guitar (2004)
  • Squall (1999)
  • With the Coming of Evening (1993)

Teachers

  • Ernesto Bitetti
  • Sergio Notaro at Centro Romano della Chitarra in Rome, Italy

Performing

  • Mirabilis Studio for Guitar in Kerrville
  • Kevin McCormick Ensemble

Guitarist and composer Kevin McCormick has studied and performed in Europe, Asia, and the United States. His compositions range from solo and chamber guitar pieces to experimental rock and jazz works to a complete mass. From 1991 to 1995, he lived in Nagoya, Japan composing, performing, and studying the Japanese koto.

Lisa McCormick
Interim Director of Logan Library
Logan Library
Marcia McCulley
Instructor of Visual Arts
Academic Affairs

Classes Taught
Art 2322 Intro to Clay
Art 3324 Intermediate Ceramics
IDST 1101 Freshman Studies –Reacting To The Past
IDST 3360 The Creative Experience
Art 1302 Principles of Drawing
Art 1320 Principles of 3-Dimensional Design
Art 1340 Introduction to Visual Art

Education

  • MFA Sculpture, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA 2012
  • BA Graphic Design, Schreiner University, 2007

Additional Study

  • San Antonio Art Institute, Louisiana State University

Activities

  • Take A Bow String Ensemble
  • Photography
  • Graphic Design
  • Yoga

Marcia Rae McCulley has been a professional ceramic artist in the Texas Hill Country for over 25 years. In 2004 she enrolled in the graphic design program at Schreiner and received her degree in May of 2007. Marcia began teaching at Schreiner in the fall of 2007.  While teaching at Schreiner as an adjunct instructor in the Visual Art Department, McCulley completed her graduate degree in Sculpture through a low residency program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia Pennsylvania in 2012.

Michael McGinnis, PhD
Adjunct Instructor of Biology
Devon McLaughlin
Administrative Specialist, Office of the Registrar
Office of the Registrar
Fax: 830-217-7765
Stefan T. Mecay, PhD
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Academic Affairs

Classes Taught
Math 1310: College Algebra
Math 1321: Pre-Calculus
Math 2422/2423: Calculus I and II
Math 3312: Linear Algebra
Math 3313: Abstract Algebra
Math 4333: Probability
Math 4370: Topics in Mathematics
Math 4399: Senior Project in Mathematics
IDST 1101: Freshman Studies

Education

  • B.S. in Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin, 2004
  • Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of North Texas, 2000
  • M.S. in Mathematics, University of North Texas, 1996

Awards

  • Harriet Garrett Award 2006, 2008 and 2009
  • Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary Member 2007
  • Nontraditional Student Association Certificate of Recognition 2002-2003

Besides his love of math and teaching, Dr. Mecay also enjoys tennis, racketball and all kinds of strategy games, including attending the World Boardgaming Championships with his wife Amanda in Lancaster, PA  every summer, reading sci-fi/fantasy, and watching movies. Dr. Mecay married the love of his life Amanda in summer 2010. They enjoyed a nice 21-day honeymoon exploring the wonders of Australia and New Zealand.


Kiley Miller
Kiley Miller, PhD
HSI-STEM Grant Director | Professor of Chemistry
Academic Affairs
Office: Weir 104
Megan Mitchell
Adjunct Instructor of Exercise Science & Sport Management
Office: 403

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Ben Montoya, PhD
Assistant Professor of History
Academic Affairs