Languages, Literatures and Cultures


Former Presidential Assistants to the LLC

Nancy LeVan Nancy LeVan
Presidential Assistant
Languages: Spanish, Italian & Russian
(Summer 2010 - Spring 2011)


As a language student and Senior at Muhlenberg, I'm grateful for the opportunity to work as a Presidential Assistant in the Language Learning Center. I've worked at the OIT Student Help Desk on campus throughout my time at Muhlenberg, and I'm happy to bring that experience in technical support to the LLC, along with my experience in Spanish, Italian, and Russian. I enjoy working with the students and faculty here, and I look forward to collaborating with Dr. Iskold in researching new language learning tools and resources.

Joshua Suchow Joshua Suchow
Presidential Assistant
Languages: Hebrew
(Fall 2009 - Spring 2010)

Joshua returned to Muhlenberg as a Presidential Assistant in the Language Learning Center after graduating Magna Cum Laude with a double major in Accounting and Finance. Joshua came back to Muhlenberg to pursue his 150 semester hour certification towards the CPA exam. His hobbies include swimming, windsurfing, basketball, and golf. Joshua brought experience in website design and a strong interest in technology. Additionally, with an intermediate proficiency in Hebrew, he made efforts to expand the online resources available for language learning.

KellenKellen Mickley
Presidential Assistant

Languages: Russian, German
(Fall 2005 - Summer 2009)

I graduated from Dieruff High School, Allentown, and am currently majoring in Computer Science. My computer experience is primarily with programming, maintainance, and technical support. Languages interest me a great deal and I have had experience with German in high school and I took Russian here at Muhlenberg. This position in the Language Learning Center allows me the perfect opportunity to find solutions to problems resulting from the combination of language and computers, along with the problems that they pose individually.

JoshJosh Lauer
Presidential Assistant 

(Summer 2002 - Summer 2005)

This position allowed me to develop valuable skills in web design while helping me afford the quality education Muhlenberg has to offer. As a computer science major, I found the work here to be highly relevant to my major and illuminating in general. I enjoyed working with the students and faculty and found both to be very open and friendly. I plan to continue on to graduate school.

karenKaren Hewes Suber
Presidential Assistant

(8/15/2001 to 1/9/2002)

During her stint as Presidential Assistant, Karen developed and implemented the Russian Studies @ Muhlenberg website and worked on new web design formats for both the Department's and the Language Learning Center's websites. Other endeavors included researching intranet and internet tools to be made available to the LLC department faculty in an effort to further integrate technology with LLC curricula.

eric Eric Kneisel
Presidential Assistant

(8/15/2000 to 8/15/2001)

Eric is currently a senior here at Muhlenberg, Majoring in Computer Science. He plans to begin a career in computer programming or web development upon his graduation next year

greg Gregory Kisver
Presidential Assistant

(8/15/1998 to 8/15/2000)

Gregory graduated from Muhlenberg in 2000 with a degree in Russian Studies and is currently enrolled in graduate school at Wagner College in Staten Island, NY, in pursuit of an MBA, and has tentative plans to attend law school upon his graduation there.

barry Barry Levy
Presidential Assistant

(8/15/1997 to 8/15/1998)

Barry Levy was the last Presidential Assistant to be assigned to the Mellon Project, and, as such, put the finishing touches on the last of the Mellon Project programs to be implemented. Barry also served in his capacity as web designer for the department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, helping to make the LLC website what it is today.

Michael Wojtaszek Michael Wojtaszek
Presidential Assistant

(8/15/1996 to 8/15/1997)

Eric is currently a senior here at Muhlenberg, Majoring in Computer Science. He plans to begin a career in computer programming or web development upon his graduation next year.

Greg Struve     Greg Struve
     Presidential Assistant

     (6/1/1996 to 8/30/1996)

Greg was the first Presidential Assistant to the Language Learning Center. He worked closely with Dr. Luba Iskold and the rest of the department faculty during the initial development of the software which later became known as the Mellon Project.


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