Professor Nikki Poppen-Eagan has been writing romance novels for 16 years and discusses how she balances personal life, teaching and being a writer.
The college atmosphere is nothing like the comfortable days of high school. In college, the faces you see change as each quarter goes by. Finding a teacher that you can relate to and who understands your life as a struggling student is a rare blessing.
Poppen-Eagan has traveled to Russia, Florence, Austria, France, England and Slovakia among other places for both personal desire and study abroad programs.
Climber, cyclist, skier, mountain guide, ski instructor, full-time parent, geography and environmental science instructor Tom Broxson, Pierce College Puyallup division chair of business and social sciences, has done it all.
Call her a world traveler, call her a juggler, call her a musician or just call her professor. Kathryn Keith has taught anthropology at Pierce College for the past nine years, but her passions for anthropology and life make her more than just an everyday teacher.