Supporting students, mentors, and instructors engaged in research.

Faculty Advisory Board

The following faculty members will serve on the Center's Faculty Advisory Board for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 academic years:

Alice Bean
Physics/Astronomy

Marta Caminero-Santangelo
English

Andrew Denning
History

Tamara Falicov
Film and Media Studies/Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Mary Fry
Health, Sport, and Exercise Science

John Hachmeister
Visual Art

Jeffrey Hall
Communication Studies, CUR Faculty Fellow

Yo Jackson
Psychology, Applied Behavioral Science

Neal Kingston
Educational Psychology

Kostas Kokkinakis
Speech-Language-Hearing

 

Mark Mort
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Jenny Olson (2016-2017)
Marketing

Arghya Paul
Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, Bioengineering

Bill Picking
Pharmacy

Kapila Silva
Architecture

Candan Tamerler
Mechanical Engineering

Antonio Tosta
Spanish and Portuguese 

Stacey Vanderhurst
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

 

 

2014-2016 Faculty Advisory Board

Ruth Ann Atchley
Psychology

Nancy Brady
Speech Language Hearing

Nathaniel Brunsell
Geography

Yvonnes Chen
Journalism

Bryon Darby
Design

Stevin Gehrke
Chemical & Petroleum Engineering

Jennifer Gleason
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Jeffrey Hall
Communication Studies, CUR Faculty Fellow

P. Scott Hefty
Molecular Biosciences

Sheyda Jahanbani
History

Kostas Kokkinakis (Fall 2015)
Speech-Language-Hearing

Jason Matejkowski
Social Welfare

David Roediger (2015-2016)
American Studies

Joshua Rosenbloom (2014-15)
Economics

Catherine Schwoerer
Business

 
 

 

 

2012-2013 Faculty Advisory Board

Deb Adams
Social Welfare

Perry Alexander 
Computer Science

Brian Barnes
Pharmacy

Barbara Barnett
Journalism

Julia Broxholm
​Music

Claudia Dozier
​Applied Behavioral Science

Philip Gallagher
Health, Sport, & Exercise Science

Estela Gavosto
​Mathematics

Steve Goddard
Spencer Museum of Art

Jennifer Hamer
​American Studies

Elizabeth Kowalchuk
Visual Arts

Laura Poppo
​Business

Gene Rankey
Geology

Paola Sanguinetti
Architecture

Holly Storkel (Chair)
Speech-Language-Hearing: Sciences & Disorders

Michael Vitevitch
Psychology

 

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