When the coronavirus swept across the city, and the world, everyone had to adapt quickly. While students, faculty and staff at St. Mary’s University have endured many new challenges, many have stepped up to safeguard and strengthen what St. Mary’s prides itself most on: community.

Together, faculty and staff across the University have transitioned to online learning, adopting new methods to deliver a transformational education to our students. We spoke with them to see what they’ve learned and how they plan to take those lessons into the future.

Greehey School of Business

Robbie Bishop-Monroe, D.B.A.
  • In-Person Synergy

    Robbie Bishop-Monroe, D.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting

Daniel Kim, Ph.D., teaching in classroom
  • Confidence in Transition

    Sung-Tae (Daniel) Kim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance and Quantitative Management

School of Engineering and Technology

Amber McClung
  • Knowledge of Well-Being

    Amber McClung, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

David Turner
Juan Ocampo, Ph.D., instructing in class
  • Adaptable Students

    Juan Ocampo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Terri Boggess
Allison Gray
  • Collaborative Engagement

    Allison Gray, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theology and Graduate Theology Program Director

Josh Doty
  • Ensuring Inclusion

    Benjamin “Josh” Doty, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, Literature and Language

Amanda Hill professor headshot

School of Law

Colin Marks
  • Simple Shift

    Colin P. Marks, J.D., Associate Dean for Graduate and Summer Programs, School of Law

Angela Walch law professor
Ramona Lampley law professor
  • Maintaining Gratitude

    Ramona Lampley, J.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law


CJ Richardson
  • Bringing More Energy

    CJ Richardson, Director of Sports Performance and Fitness Center Coordinator

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