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Andrew Hall

Residence Director of Witmer Residence

Andrew Hall comes to Messiah College from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, N.Y., where he worked in the admissions office. He is pursuing a M.A. in Higher Education from Geneva College. Andy and his wife, Kelli, are originally from the Pacific Northwest, where Andy was a youth ministry director for several years. They enjoy the outdoors, reading, and traveling to new places. Andy looks forward to working with first-year students as the residence director of Witmer residence.

Andrew Hall, director of Wimter residence
Michael Harcrow, assistant professor of music

 

Michael Harcrow

Assistant Professor of Music

Michael Harcrow comes to Messiah from his home state of Texas, where he is ABD (all but dissertation) from the University of North Texas. He holdsa Master of Music degree from the University of Miami and a bachelor’s degree in music education from West Texas A&M. Mike spent 13 years performing professionally and teaching in Seoul, South Korea, where he met his wife Hannah. The Harcrows—including daughter Johanna (12)—recently purchased a home in Mechanicsburg. Michael will be teaching applied French horn and music theory classes, and will be conducting the Brass Choir.

 

John Harms

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

John Harms joins the biological sciences faculty after completing his Ph.D. and a post-doctoral fellowship at Penn State college of Medicine. John hails from western New York, where he completed his B.S. in recombinant gene technology at State University of New York College at Fredonia. An adjunct instructor here for the past three years while at Penn State Hershey, John is excited about his new role at Messiah College. Helping others to appreciate science is a passion for John, encouraging him to work with the Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research. John is very involved in the ministries of his church, and in his free time enjoys the arts, gardening, and computer programming. John lives in Hershey.

John Harms, assistant professor of biological sciences

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