Forest City-based Waldorf University announced the addition of several new professors at our residential campus.

Brent Aberg, an assistant professor in the Business Department, earned degrees from Minnesota and St. Olaf. He has 24 years of experience in health care and human services.

Bob Sarver, an assistant professor in the Business Department, earned degrees from Wilmington, Saint Ambrose and Illinois-Chicago. He has 34 years of experience in supply and chain logistics.

Elaine Bossard, an assistant professor in the Psychology Department, earned degrees from Iowa. Her background is in social psychology with an emphasis on decision making.

Jonathan Klauke, an assistant professor in the History Department, earned degrees from Central Michigan, Strathclyde, and Northern Arizona. He previously taught at Mid-Michigan Community College.

Frederick Umar, an assistant professor in the Music Department, earned degrees from La Sierra, Nevada-Las Vegas and Eastman, with emphases on performance, conducting, composition and theory.

Elizabeth DeYoung, reference and instruction librarian, earned degrees from Illinios-Urbana-Champaign and Iowa State. She previously worked at Ellworth Community College and Iowa State.

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