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Course Listing - by Instructor

GSC Basketball Coaching Staff
Walter Bibbs
Linda Bledsoe
Neil Boumpani
Darren Broome Dr. Darren Broome is a professor of Spanish and French at Gordon State College. He completed his Ph.D. in Romance Languages at The University of Alabama. His scholarly efforts are in the domain of Contemporary Latin American literature, Contemporary Peninsular literature, as well as linguistics and world language pedagogy. He enjoys travelling, reading, playing tennis and speaking French and Spanish.
Bruce Capers
Ed2go Career Training
Joseph Daigle
Jenny Dawn

Jenny Dawn is the chef and owner of Humble Pie Catering, and is the owner of The Rumble Seat Inn Bed & Breakfast. She has studied abroad at numerous international locations in France, Russia and Italy, and more specially, at Le Cordon Bleu French Cooking Schools in Ottawa, Canada and London England. Now, each year in the spring and fall, she conducts cooking classes in England and Ireland for a week's stay in a castle and sightseeing tours, teaching each night a different country's cuisine.

In the states, she has worked for Tyler Perry Studios with preparing the food scenes in several of his movies. In addition, she has cooked for Turner Studios in Atlanta, and just last year, she worked for HGTV and National Geographic. She recently returned from living abroad in Ireland for a year while working on a cookbook. Jenny says she is happy to be living back in the South where the Southern hospitality is like nowhere else in the world and the food is worth coming home to.

Robert Detamore
Scott Henderson
Laura Huggins
Annette Jackson
Sheila Kern
Mike Liles
Michael Lill
Mike Mahan

In addition to being the Dean of the School of Education and a Professor of Education, Dr. Mike Mahan has been an avid collector of coins and stamps for many years. He has stamps from the early 1900's for US and some very late 1890's from Britain. In coins, he has some Roman, Byzantine and early American coins from the late 1700's. Dr. Mahan was featured in the Sunday paper of the New Jersey STAR LEDGER on why people collect things.



Kimberly Wetzel
Mary L. Wilson