Ann Page Stecker retires from after 40 years of steadfast dedication to both the college and its students. A prominent fixture of the college for decades, Ann Page taught courses in environmental literature, autobiography, British literature, New England history and women’s literature.
Patrick Anderson leaves after more than 40 years of dedicated service to the college and devotion to his students. As an integral component of the college, Patrick taught courses in American studies, American literature, Native American culture and American and international film.
Professor Lynn Garrioch, Ph.D., joined Colby-Sawyer College in 2001. Her graduate work in Applied Social Psychology informs her teaching and research in the areas of general psychology, social cognition and the social psychology of the law.
Nathnael Feleke, a nursing major from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is both a mentor and role model to those who cross his path. A gifted student with a passion for healthcare helping those around him succeed.
Christian was involved with the Campus Activities Board, first as a member and then as treasurer. During his senior year, he was co-chair of the Presidential Blue Key Society, building agendas, leading meetings and coordinating programming.
Jacob Feinberg, has been actively involved at the college since his first semester. His involvement made such a positive difference for him that he went on to help other students have the same kind of experience.
Laura Kontoules is as committed to the arts as she is to academic achievement. An Alpha Chi National Honor Society member who graduated in just three years, using her time at Colby-Sawyer to explore her passions in art, writing, theater and music.
Bailey Bourque, a nursing major from Gardiner, Maine, continues a multi-generational family legacy that began with her grandmother, who served as a nurse during World War II nurse. Bailey is a Wesson Honors Program graduate who excelled during her four years at the college.
Amy has always believed that character education is just as important as academics, and her philosophy is grounded in the concept of grit and the character traits that define it — optimistic thinking, self control and perseverance.