Global Citizenship Program and English as Second Language Faculty

Julianna Sandholm-Bark

Julianna Sandholm-Bark, PhD

Head, Global Citizenship Program; Faculty, Current Art, Composition, First Year Seminar

Julianna Bark is assistant professor and head of the Global Citizenship Program at Webster Geneva Campus. She holds a PhD in Art History from the Institute of Fine Art at New York University as well as a licence ès lettres in English, Art History and Photography from the University of Geneva. She has worked with several arts organizations in New York, Paris and Geneva. At Webster Geneva Campus she teaches Current Art, Advanced Composition and First Year Seminar. Her current research interests include digital art history and the mechanisms of value creation and measurement in the art market.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Sandholm-Bark J. (2020). Possible in Visual Arts. In Glăveanu V.P. (Ed.), The Palgrave Encyclopedia of the Possible. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

F. Arese Visconti, and J. Sandholm-Bark. (2018). "Enabling effective assessment through collaboration." INTED2018 Proceedings. ISBN: 978-84-697-9480-7

David Zafar Ahmed

David Zafar Ahmed, MA

Faculty, English as Second Language

David Zafar Ahmed received his Master of Arts from the University of Geneva.


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Reni Atanassova

Faculty, English as Second Language


Reni Atanassova received a MASE in Secondary Education, a Master of Arts in English Literature and Linguistics and a Master of Science in Psychology, all from the University of Geneva.

Lucie Cardinaux

Lucie Cardinaux, MA

Faculty, French

Lucie Cardinaux received a MA in French as Foreign Language and MA in Translation and Interpreting, both from the University of Geneva.


Peter Carson

Peter Carson, JD

Faculty, Composition

Peter Carson received a Bachelor of Arts from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver. He has practiced law in the area of tort litigation, worked as a reporter and editor for several publications in the United States and Switzerland, and worked in the community investment department of a large nonprofit in Houston, Texas. He taught Developmental Composition and tutored students in writing at the University of Cincinnati. At Webster Geneva Campus he teaches English Composition, Sustainability Studies and Law and the Media, and serves as Learning Center coordinator.


Lucia Del Moro

Lucia Del Moro, MA

Faculty, German Language

Lucia Del Moro holds a Master of Arts in Foreign Languages from Florence University, a Master of Arts in Translation and Interpretation from the University of Geneva and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Webster University.


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Agnes Demornex, MA

Faculty, English as Second Language

Agnes Demornex holds a Master of Arts in English as a Second Language and Bilingual Education from Monmouth University.


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Yohan Frei, PhD


Yohan Frei holds a BA in Biology, a MA in Biology and a PhD in Biology.



Yvonne Moussy

Yvonne Moussy, PhD

Faculty, Science

Yvonne Moussy received her PhD from Johns Hopkins University.


Anne-Laure Oberson

Anne-Laure Oberson, PhD

Faculty, Philosophy and Media Writing

Anne-Laure Oberson received her PhD from The European Graduate School.


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Francesco Pennacchio


Francesco Pennacchio holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, a MSc in Chemistry, a MA in Documentary Photography in Photojournalism, and a PhD in Physical Chemistry.



Teny Pirri-Simonian

Teny Pirri-Simonian, MSc

Faculty, Religious Studies

Teny Pirri-Simonian holds a MSc from the American University of Beirut.


Holli Schauber

Holli Schauber, PhD

Faculty, English as Second Language

Holli Schauber received her PhD from Boston University.