Lindenwood University-Belleville has made great strides in growing the number of new full-time professors and faculty advisors for its LCIE evening program over the summer. Such growth will help to better accommodate and continue meeting the needs of the campus’ rising number of LCIE students. Lindenwood University—Belleville has announced the hiring of professors Andrea Boyles, Andrea Frazier, and Dr. Bruce Canan in its accelerated evening program, LCIE (Lindenwood College for Individualized Education).
With extensive experience in higher education, Andrea Boyles has joined the ranks of Lindenwood-Belleville as an assistant professor in criminal justice and faculty advisor to LCIE students. Boyles has taught sociology at St. Louis Community College, Webster University, Baker College of Michigan, Kansas State University, and State Fair Community College at Boonville Correctional Center.
She has been published in Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach and Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews and is currently a journal reviewer for the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. She has been invited to speak at the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Lincoln University, and the University of Missouri at Columbia. Boyles has also presented her work at the Midwest Sociological Society.
“Andrea’s background and expertise in criminal justice will forge stronger connections for the LCIE program to the law enforcement community,” said Dr. Cindy Manjounes, associate dean of academics.
Boyles earned her bachelor’s in English and master’s degree in sociology from Lincoln University of Missouri and is currently working toward her doctorate in sociology, with emphasis in social inequality and criminology, from Kansas State University.
Both an entrepreneur and a professor, Andrea Frazier has shared her expertise in healthcare management and business as a professor at Lindenwood University in St. Charles and Washington University School of Medicine. She is the founder and CEO of A. Frazier and Associates LLC and served as the executive director of operations at the Survey Institute in St. Louis. Frazier has also worked as Washington University’s care coordination program consultant and was the director of physician outreach services at Express Scripts, Inc., as well as a registered nurse at Barnes St. Peters Hospital.
“Ms. Frazier brings a wealth of business knowledge and healthcare expertise and will be a welcome addition to our LCIE program,” said Manjounes.
Frazier earned her bachelor’s in business administration from Sterling College and a master’s in health management, as well as a master’s in business administration, from Lindenwood University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in education from Lindenwood University.
Bruce Canan has been an adjunct in both graduate and undergraduate human resource management classes at Lindenwood University since 2009. He joins the LU-Belleville LCIE faculty and advisors with experience in a wide variety of management training programs and consulting.
Canan has previously served as the director of human resources for Northeast Regional Medical System, vice president of The Nielsen Healthcare Group, and director of legal services at Sisters of Charity Healthcare Systems. He is currently a member of the Ohio Bar Association and represents clients in Social Security Disability appeals hearings at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review in St. Louis.
“Bruce’s legal knowledge and human resources expertise will be a great asset to our LCIE program at LU-Belleville,” said Manjounes.
Canan earned his bachelor’s in education from Bowling Green State University and his Juris Doctorate from Capital University Law School.
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