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Mulvane Center Faculty and Staff


Stephani Johns-HinesStephani
Associate Vice President of Mulvane and Online Operations

  • Associate Vice President of Mulvane and Online Operations since Fall 2013
  • Associate Dean of Online and Outreach Education beginning August of 2012
  • Cowley College adjunct instructor for seven years
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Kansas State University
  • Master’s degree in Educational and Instructional Technology from National University
  • 12 years in the legal field,

Office: Mulvane Center
Phone: 316.777.3093


Uwe ConradUwe Conrad
Mathematics Lead Instructor

  • BA - Middle Tennessee State University
  • MST - Middle Tennessee State University
  • 2004 NISOD Teaching Excellence Award Recipient
  • 2005-2007, President of the KAMATYC (Kansas Mathematics Association of Two Year Colleges)
  • Co-Sponsor Mu Alpha Sigma Chi (Mulvane Center)

    Office: Mulvane Center
    Phone: 316.777.3058
Tiffany Corley

Life Sciences InstructorCorley

  • B.S. in Biomedical Science from Colorado State University
  • M.S. in Biological Sciences from Wichita State University

    Office: Mulvane Center
    Phone: 316.777.3059
Chad Killblane

Chemistry InstructorChad Killblane
(Mulvane Center)

  • B.S. in Biochemistry from Southwestern College, Winfield, KS
  • PhD - in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  • Awards and Certifications - Search for lowest energy nonclassical Fullerenes III: C22, Killblane, Gao, Shao, Zeng JPC A 2009, 113 (31): 8839-8844. Theoretical Optical Absorbtrion and Photo electron spectra of Endohedral Gold Clusters. Journal of computational and Theoretical Nano Sciance, Volume 6, Number Z February 2009, pp359-363 (5). Structures and stabilities of small Silicon cluster. High-Level A initio calculations of Sib; Gao, Killblane, Zeng, computing letters, Volume 1 Number 4, 2005, pp 343-347 (5)
  • Professional Organizations: ACS, KNEA
  • Experience: Performed research and built a Cluster computer at the University of Okayama, Okayama Japan.

Office: Mulvane Center
Phone: (316) 777-3091

Lisa Millermiller
Student Services Representative, Mulvane Center 

Phone: 316-777-3092

Chris Fullerfuller
Admissions Representative





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