Dr. Ann Mohr
|TITLE:||Assistant Professor of Education|
|DEPARTMENT:||School of Education|
|SWU P.O. BOX:||1815|
Dr. Ann Mohr characterizes herself as a lifelong learner. Before coming to SWU, she served Greenville County Schools for 26 years and, prior to that, spent four years at Eastern Hancock School District in Indiana.
She has served 16 years as an elementary school principal and four years as an elementary school assistant principal.
She spent 10 years teaching gifted and talented students in grades 1-6, mathematics in grades 6-7 and also taught a fourth-grade class.
"I enjoyed helping teachers and find it most rewarding to work with preservice teachers and share my experience with them," Mohr said.
- BA in Elementary Education, University of Indianapolis (Ind.)
Areas of Specialty/Interest
- Administration and Supervision
Things you might not know about Dr. Mohr
"My husband and I began our married life on our Indiana farm. We raised cattle and pigs, soybeans and corn. Coming from Sumter, S.C., this was a life-changing experience! We love to travel and have been fortunate to reach Europe three times. Our favorite place to visit is Lake Garda in Italy. We both agree that we could spend most of our time in Florence, Italy. Currently, we are enjoying road trips around our great country. Recently, we explored Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, Mt. Vernon, Monticello, Historic Williamsburg and Washington, D.C.," Mohr said.