Robert Morris University Illinois recently recognized three employees for 30 years of service. While all have served in different capacities at the University each has spent considerable time in the classroom.

Ann Bresingham of Orland Park is the Vice President of Human Resources. Ann has also served RMU as a faculty member, dean, and vice president for Development. A graduate of Loyola University, she received her law degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago.

Catherine Stark, also from Orland Park, is a professor of Management and Business Ethics at RMU and also serves as the Teaching Institute Coordinator. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a master of science in Management from National Louis University and a doctorate in Ethical Leadership from Olivet Nazarene.

Chris Nassar of Elmhurst is a professor and the division chair for the Institute of Technology and Media at RMU. He received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of Michigan, his MBA in finance from the University of Chicago, and a master of science in computer science from DePaul. He also worked in the oil industry with Exxon before graduate school.

Robert Morris University President Mablene Krueger recognized all three employees for their 30 years of dedication and service to the University and its students. All have brought real world experiences to the classroom and have developed strong relationships with students, assisting them as they completed their studies and moved on to promising careers.