Meet Your UCOL 101 Instructor! Main Content
Elizabeth Scally has been at SIU for more than 20 years, working at various positions within University Housing. Currently she is working with Graduate and Family Services. Beth has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Administration from Eastern Michigan University and a Master’s Degree in Higher Education, College Student Personnel from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Passionate about Saluki sports you can find her at most sporting events. Hobbies include photography, sports, reading, travel and music. Beth and her husband Mark have two children, Kristy and Sean and when not at Saluki events, they can usually be found at football, baseball and basketball games in and around Carbondale.
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Hi, my name is Sam Goodin. I moved to Carbondale so long ago that my grade school, junior high school and high school are all gone. I can remember the war protests, Old Main burning and Halloween Celebrations, not the bad ones. I received my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from SIU. After finishing my graduate work, I worked at the University of North Dakota, Indiana University, California Sate University in Los Angeles and the last twenty years at the University of Michigan. I returned to SIU last summer to direct the Disability Support Services Office. I enjoy taking my boat out on the lakes, music at the wineries, the summer concert series and time spent with friends and family.
Walter Metz is a Full Professor in the Department of Cinema and Photography at SIUC, where he teach film, television, and theatre history, theory, and criticism. He holds two Bachelor's degrees, one in Materials Science and Engineering and the other in the Humanities, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has a Master's degree in Communication Studies from the University of Iowa, and a Ph.D. in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of over 50 refereed research articles and book chapters, and of three books: Engaging Film Criticism: Film History and Contemporary American Cinema (2004), Bewitched (2007), and Gilligan's Island (2012). Currently, he is hard at work on a new book about Dr. Seuss and Pixar Animation Studios.