Ning-Kuang Chuang received a Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management from Purdue University, a Master's degree in Foodservice and Food Studies from New York University, and a Doctoral degree in Hospitality Administration from Texas Tech University. She joined Kent State University in Fall 2005 and teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses such as Lodging Operations, Hotel Convention Sales, Food Production Management, HM Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Current Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management, etc.
Joanne Caniglia earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics at John Carroll University and her masters in mathematics at Youngstown State University. She was a secondary teacher and department chair in Niles and Akron, Ohio for 12 years and spent time as a graduate researcher at Kent State University where she received her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Mathematics Education. She taught for 14 years at Eastern Michigan University where she was Professor of Mathematics Education.