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2013-2014

Members of the Faculty Senate by School/College

Faculty members are elected to the Faculty Senate for a three-year term. 
Terms commence every July 1st. Expiration of terms is shown within 
parentheses after each name.

College of Arts and Science

Kathy Anderson (replacement for Joel Harrington for AY2013-14)
Professor/Economics

Jo-Anne Bachorowski (2014)
Associate Professor/Psychology

Houston Baker  (2015)**on leave AY2013-14
Professor/English

Susan Berk-Seligson (replacement for Houston Baker for Spring '14)
Associate Professor/Spanish

Eric Bond (2014)**on leave AY2013-14
Professor/Economics

Bob Driskill (replacement for Eric Bond for AY2013-14)
Professor/Economics

Lynn Enterline (2015)
Professor/English

Joel Harrington (2015)**on leave AY2013-14
Professor/History

Jeffrey Johnston (2014)
Professor/Chemistry

Cathy Jrade (2016)
Professor/Spanish

Leah Marcus (2015)
Professor/English

Michael L Mihalik (2014)
Professor/Mathematics

Matthew Ramsey (2016)
Associate Professor/History

Mark Schoenfield (2015)
Professor/English

Joel Tellinghuisen (2014)
Professor/Chemistry

Constantine Tsinakis (2014)
Professor, Mathematics

Myrna Wooders (2016)
Professor/Economics

David Wright (2016)
Professor/Chemistry

Edward Wright-Rios (2016)
Associate Professor/History

Mel Ziegler (2016)
Professor/Art

Blair School of Music

Robin Fountain (2015)
Professor/Conducting

Michael Slayton (2016) 
Associate Professor/Composition and Theory

Divinity School

Paul Lim  (2015)
Associate Professor/History of Christianity

Graham Reside (2016)
Assistant Professor/Ethics and Society

School of Engineering

Adam Anderson (2015)
Associate Professor/Biomedical Engineering

Eric Barth (2014)
Assistant Prof/Mechanical Engineering

Aniruddha (Andy) Gokhale (2014)
Associate Professor/Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Scott Guelcher (2015)
Assistant Professor/Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

James E. Wittig (2016)
Associate Professor/Materials Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Law School

Alex Hurder (2014)
Clinical Professor/Law

Terry Maroney (2016)
Professor/Law

School of Medicine

Jeffrey Blume (2015)
Associate Professor/Biostatistics

Donald Brady (2014)
Professor/General Internal Medicine and Public Health

C. Buddy Creech (2016)
Assistant Professor/Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Eric Delpire (2016)
Professor/Anesthesiology

Agnes Fogo (2015)
Professor/Pathology

Joe Gigante (2014)
Associate Prof/Pediatrics

John Greer (2016)
Professor/Medicine

Alyssa Hasty (2016)
Associate Professor/Molecular Physiology & Biophysics

Celeste Hemingway (2015)
Assistant Professor/Obstetrics and Gynecology

Joyce Johnson (2016)
Professor/Pathology, Microbiology, & Immunology

Howard Kirshner (2014)
Professor/Neurology

Christopher Lind (2015)
Professor/Gastroenterology

Lillian Nanney (2014)
Professor/Plastic Surgery and Cell Biology

Kevin Niswender (2014)
Asst Professor/Endocrinology

Al Powers (2014)
Professor/Medicine

Ann Price (2016)
Assistant Professor/Medicine

Sarah Rohde (2015)
Assistant Professor/Otolaryngology

Stephanie Spottswood (2016)
Associate Professor/Radiology & Radiological Sciences

Margaret Tarpley (2015)
Associate/Surgery

Laura Wayman (2014)
Assistant Professor/Medicine

School of Nursing

Rolanda Johnson (2015)
Assistant Professor/Nursing

Betsy Kennedy (2016)
Associate Professor/Nursing

Shelagh Mulvaney (2014)
Assistant Professor/Nursing 

Rick Watters (2015)
Clinical Associate Professor/Nursing

Owen Graduate School of Management

Rangaraj (Ranga) Ramanujam (2014)
Associate Professor/ Management

Richard Willis (2016)
Associate Professor/Management in Accounting

Peabody College

Sandra Barnes (2016)
Professor/Sociology of Religion

Mark Cannon (2014)
Associate Professor/Human and Organizational Development

Douglas Clark (2014)
Associate Professor/Teaching and Learning

Claire Smrekar (2015)
Associate Professor/Public Policy & Education

Jim Steiger (2016)
Professor/Psychology & Human Development

Joe Wehby (2015)
Associate Professor/Special Education

 


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