Undergraduate Faculty Listing

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TOM HARLOW
Psychology
Collegiate Professor
Traveling

Dr. Harlow holds a PhD, MS and BS from the University of Georgia.

 

DAVID HARMON
History
Collegiate Professor
Traveling

Dr. David Harmon holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in U.S. History from Iowa State University and a B.A. in U.S. History from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Harmon has worked for both the Asia and Europe divisions of UMGC. 

MICHAEL HARRISON
MICHAEL HARRISON
Business Management, Marketing
Adjunct Instructor
Japan

Prof. Michael Harrison received his B.A. in international relations from the College of William and Mary and his M.S. in management from UMUC. Additionally, he is pursuing his D.B.A. from UMUC. He currently serves as the Associate Director of Marketing for UMUC Asia and works in marketing and management consulting as well. 

JANICE HART
TESOL
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Japan

Prof. Janice Hart holds a MEd from Framingham State University and a BA from Kansas State University. 

PAUL HARTMANN
Biology, Geology
Collegiate Associate Professor
Traveling

Dr. Hartmann earned his B.S. in Earth Science with a minor in Chemistry from Southern Connecticut State University. He then went on to the University of Rhode Island for a Ph.D. in Oceanography, specializing in organic geochemistry. His dissertation was on the sources, transport and fate of organic contaminants in estuarine sediments. For his postdoctoral research he studied possible chemical reasons for the decline of trout populations in Swiss rivers at the Swiss federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology. He has taught geology and oceanography at Norwich University in Vermont and the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, and joined the UMUC Asian Division faculty in 2009, teaching in Korea.

Yuka Hasegawa
YUKA HASEGAWA
Anthropology
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Japan

Yuka Hasegawa holds a B.A. in international relations from the College of Liberal Arts at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan. She holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology from the College of Social Science at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa.

WILLIAM HAZEL
Criminal Justice
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Guam
Professor William Hazel earned his Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude degree from Touro College School of General Studies in New York City. He earned his Master of Arts from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a unit of City University of New York. He subsequently earned a Master of Social Work from Southern Connecticut State University where he earned post masters certificates in the treatment of trauma. Professor Hazel is a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), as well as Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) from the state of Connecticut. He is a board certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor/Co-occurring Disorders Diplomat through the Connecticut Certification Board, INC. Professor Hazel has served as a uniformed police officer in specialized, municipal and federal law enforcement positions. He also served in community mental health, foster care prevention and substance abuse treatment facilities in New York City and Connecticut. He served as a social work supervisor with the Connecticut Department of Children and Families leading treatment and probate unit teams. He has taught at Southern Connecticut State University as an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Social Work teaching graduate level policy and practice courses. He joined UMUC Asia in 2019.
HIROKO HIGA
Japanese Language
Adjunct Instructor
Okinawa
Prof. Higa holds a MA from Michigan State University and BA from the University of Ryukyus.
Nanako Hoch
NANAKO HOCH
Japanese Language
Adjunct Instructor
Japan

Prof. Hoch holds a M.S.Ed. in language education from Indiana University and a B.A. from University of Maryland. Her academic career also includes undergraduate studies in linguistics at Sophia University and graduate studies in language education at University of Maryland College Park. She comes from a family of educators and received teacher certification in foreign language education from Kanagawa Prefecture and the State of Maryland. She has students of various ages and backgrounds for nearly 25 years. Prior to teaching at UMGC, she taught Japanese courses at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and ESL courses at Harrisburg Area Community College among other schools. She has over 25 years of experience in international trade, translation and interpretation in commercial, legal and medical fields as well as cultural settings including 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan and Maryland-Kanagawa Sister States events. Her recent translation work includes articles in Phila-Nipponica: An Historic Guide to Philadelphia & Japan.

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