Art – Ross McClain

Asian Studies – Shusuke Yagi

Biology – Dennis Haney

Business and Accounting – Suzy Summers

Chemistry – Laura Wright

Classics – Anne Leen

Communication Studies – Cynthia King

Computer Science – Kevin Treu

Earth and Environmental Sciences – Wes Dripps

Economics – Ken Peterson

Education – Nelly Hecker

English – David Bost

Health Sciences – Bill Pierce

History – Diane Vecchio

Mathematics – Mark Woodard

Military Science - LTC Gregory Scrivens

Modern Languages and Literatures – Bill Allen

Music – Mark Britt

Philosophy – Sarah Worth

Physics – Bill Baker

Political Science – Elizabeth Smith​

Psychology – Beth Pontari

Religion – Helen Lee Turner

Sociology – Paul Kooistra

Theatre Arts – Jay Oney


Library – Janis Bandelin

Urban Studies – Glen Halva-Neubauer

Humanities – Margaret Oakes

Neuroscience – Victoria Turgeon

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