Dr. Andrew Tatusko

Assistant Director, World Campus Faculty Development

Dr Andrew Tatusko

Andrew received a Ph.D. in higher education leadership, management, and policy from Seton Hall University in 2013. His dissertation is titled The Strained Partnership Between Secularization and Sectarianism in Higher Education. He earned a B.A. in religion from Westminster College (Pennsylvania), followed by an M.Div. and Th.M. from Princeton Theological Seminary, where he won the Fellowship in Practical Theology. He began work in faculty development as a senior instructional designer at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, and then as a Federal Title III Grant program director at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pennsylvania. He has published in the Teacher’s College Record, the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, and the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture. He has also co-written a book chapter in the volume Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe: In Search of Legitimacy (2007). He has presented at such conferences as the Association for the Study of Higher Education, the Online Learning Consortium, Educause, and the Educause Learning Initiative.

Cathy Shreckengast

Program Coordinator 

Cathy Shreckengast started her Penn State career in the College of Agricultural Sciences in 2007 and joined World Campus in 2009. In August 2013, she became a part of the Faculty Development team, where she provides support for the research, design, and implementation of the faculty training, onboarding/mentoring, scholarly life initiatives, and unit capacity expansion that are part of the functions of World Campus Faculty Development. She earned her associate degree in business administration/accounting from South Hills School of Business and Technology.

Chaustin Anderson

Program Coordinator 

Chaustin started her Penn State World Campus career in 2017 as an administrative assistant to the Associate Vice Provost for Online Education. In November 2020, she became part of the Faculty Development team, where she manages faculty development non-credit enrollment processes and supports all aspects of the OL curriculum of faculty development courses. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business management from Houghton College.