Program Review Program Review Committee
Current members for the 2020-2021 academic year
Dr. Nazarenko joined Westmont College in 2010. She chairs the Program Review Committee and works with academic and co-curriculum departments on issues pertaining to curriculum development and assessment. She also serves on the Academic Senate and AS Review Committee, General Education Committee, WSCUC Steering Committee, the President's Council, and the College's Strategic Planning Committee. Her research interests include assessment and enhancement of student learning in various educational contexts.
Dr. Noell joined the economics and business faculty at Westmont in 1986. He serves as president of the Association of Christian Economists and has been an editor of Faith and Economics. He has coauthored two books, Reckoning With Markets: Moral Reflection in Economics (Oxford, 2012) and Economic Growth: Unleashing the Potential of Human Flourishing AEI, 2013). He has received both the Faculty Research award and the Teacher of the Year award (Social Sciences). He has lead and taught on Westmont in China and the Europe Semester.
Dr. Aboud joined the mathematics department at Westmont in 2019, bringing a well-rounded pedagogical perspective informed by all levels of the educational system. She earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics and German at Wheaton College, after which she went on to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching and teach secondary mathematics and English. While earning her Ph.D. in mathematics at Iowa State University, she became involved in educational research, assessing the impact of particular active learning structures within the undergraduate mathematics classroom. Funded by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, she also developed curriculum for Calculus I and II courses. In the past ten years, she has worked extensively in mathematics outreach and enrichment for the elementary school classroom, working to empower both teachers and students at the K-6 level.
Dr. Angela D’Amour has served in Student Life leadership since 2007. She oversees student organization advising, orientation and the first-year experience, and coordinates student life assessment efforts. She also instructs a first-year seminar and the zero credit serving society general education requirement. Angela is a Westmont 2001 alumna (BS) and she has her Ph.D. in Education from UCSB.
Diane Ziliotto is the Special Collections Librarian at Westmont College. Since 2008, she has also served as the College Archivist. In addition to these duties, she performs traditional academic librarian tasks including research help, bibliographic instruction, and collection development. She is currently the liaison librarian to the following departments: Sociology and Anthropology, Theatre Arts, Modern Languages, and English.