Chip Bixler met Doris Hogentogler in the dining room at Kent Hall when they were students at Delaware in the late 1960s.
To move or not to move. That was the question suddenly in Dr. Jay L. Halio’s mind when his friend Dr. Charles Bonner, a professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of English at the time, suggested Halio might be the perfect candidate to teach Shakespeare to undergraduates.
As the daughter of an architect and the granddaughter of an MIT-educated chemist / pharmacist, Cynthia Jones-Hundley had always been prepared for a future career in engineering.
Following a fulfilling career as a kindergarten teacher in the Delaware public schools (she was named 1981-1982’s “Teacher of the Year”) and earning a Ph.D. in early childhood science from LaSalle University.