New faculty hired for Doctor of Arts and Doctor of Physical Therapy programs at University's Center in Concord...
Oct 12, 2008
Business People By Monitor Staff
Concord, NH, October 12, 2008
CONCORD, NH – ALLAN DIBIASE of Center Sandwich, MICHAEL MOOIMAN of North Attleboro, Mass., and JENNIFER BIGGERS WASSERMAN of Hopkinton have joined Franklin Pierce University's College of Graduate and Professional Studies at the Concord center.
DiBiase has taught in the master's of education program at Plymouth State University and, for the last year, he has taught a course in the Franklin Pierce DA program.
Mooiman is an engineer, scientist and business leader who has held several senior level management positions and has taught, most recently, in the finance department at Bryant University.
Wasserman brings more than 27 years of clinical and teaching experience in physical therapy; she has been licensed to practice physical therapy in the state since 1986 and was a board-certified clinical orthopedic specialist from 1994-2004.