DePauw Welcomes New Faculty

DePauw Welcomes New Faculty

August 19, 2000

East College Yellow Leaves.gifAugust 19, 2000, Greencastle, Ind. - Two Distinguished University Professors, 24 new full-time and 3 part-time faculty join DePauw University this fall. Combined with the significant number of faculty positions added the past two years, DePauw now has more faculty on campus than at any other time in its 163-year history.

They include:

Distinguished University Professors

Theodore R. Williams, Hampton and Esther Boswell Distinguished University Professor of the Natural Sciences. Ph.D., University of Connecticut; M.S., Pennsylvania State University; B.A., Howard University.

Yvonne C. Williams, Hampton and Esther Boswell Distinguished University Professor of Black Studies. Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University; M.A., University of Connecticut; B.A., Pennsylvania State University.

Full-Time Faculty

Stephen T. Ahearn, instructor of mathematics. Ph.D. candidate, University of Virginia; B.A., Grinnell College.

M. Susan Anthony, assistant professor of communication arts and sciences. Ph.D., University of Maryland; M.A., State University of New York. Binghamton; M.A., B.S., B.A., Bowling Green State University.

Rebecca L. Bordt, assistant professor of sociology. Ph.D., M.Phil., M.A. Yale University; M.S., Arizona State University; B.A., Buena Vista College.

Walter S. Borowski, assistant professor of geology. Ph.D., University of North Carolina; M.S., University of Tennessee; B.A., Case Western Reserve University.

Dell Champlin, associate professor of economics and management. Ph.D., University of Utah; M.A., Monterey Institute of International Studies; B.A., University of Colorado.

Anne E. Fernald, assistant professor of English; Ph.D., Yale University; B.A., Wellesley College.

Laura Lakshmi Fjord, instructor of sociology and anthropology; Ph.D. candidate, M.A., B.A., University of Virginia.

J. Eugene Gloria, assistant professor of English. M.F.A., University of Oregon; M.A., Miami University of Ohio; B.A., San Francisco State University.

Timothy M. Griffith, instructor of biology. Ph.D. candidate, Indiana University; B.A., Carleton College.

Jeffrey Gropp, assistant professor of economics and management. Ph.D., West Virginia University; B.A., University of Maryland.

Emmanuel D. Harris II, assistant professor of Spanish. Ph.D., M.A., Washington University, St. Louis; B.A., Indiana University.

Rickey Hill, Lee G. Hall Distinguished Visiting Professor of Political Science; Ph.D., M.A., Atlanta University; A.B., Fisk University.

Carrie F. Klaus, assistant professor of modern languages - French. Ph.D., M.A., University of Illinois; B.A., DePauw University.

Robert J. Klotz, assistant professor of political science. Ph.D., M.A., Washington University, St. Louis; B.A., Indiana University.

Satish Kumar Kolluri, instructor of communication arts and sciences. Ph.D. candidate, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Master of Professional Studies, Cornell University; B.A. Andhra Pradesh University, India.

Maurice W. Manning, assistant professor of English.; M.F.A., University of Alabama; M.A., University of Kentucky; B.A., Earlham College.

Erik B. Melchiorre, assistant professor of geology. Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis; M.S., Arizona State University; B.S., University of Southern California.

Daniel L. Merrell, instructor of anthropology. Ph.D. candidate, M.S., B.A., Purdue University.

William Morgan, assistant professor of English. Ph.D., Brandeis University; M.A., University of New Hampshire; A.B., Colby College.

Rick E. Provine, technology librarian with rank of associate professor. EAST COLLEGE TOWERM.L.S., Indiana University; B.A., Indiana University.

Becky Talyn, assistant professor of biology. Ph.D., University of Maine; B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara.

Michele T. Villinski, instructor of economics and management. Ph.D. candidate, University of Minnesota; Master of Public Policy, Harvard University; B.A., Carleton College.

Robert G. Wenta, instructor of education. Ed.D. candidate, Indiana University; M.A., University of Louisville; B.S., University of Michigan, Flint.

Marla J. Williams, instructor of modern languages - Spanish. Ph.D. candidate, M.A., B.A., Indiana University.

Part-Time Faculty

Srinivas Krishnan, adjunct instructor of music. M.S., M.En., Miami University of Ohio.

Amy Long, adjunct instructor of music. Professional Studies Certificate, Cleveland Institute of Music; M.M., B. Mus., Temple University.

Pre And Post Doctoral Fellows

Amber J. Green, visiting fellow in black studies and part-time instructor in black studies; M.A., University of Cincinnati; B.A., The College of Wooster.

Administrators With Part-Time Teaching Responsibilities

Lewis E. Bogage, University rabbi and director of Jewish life and part-time assistant professor of University Studies. D.Div., Hebrew Union College, M.A., Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion; B.A., Clark University.

Neil Kazmierczak, assistant football coach and part-time instructor of health and physical performance. M.S., Stanford University; M.A., Azusa Pacific University; B.A., Michigan State University.

Anas Bin Malik, director of the Quantitative Reasoning Center and instructor of political science. M.A., Indiana University; B.A., Marlboro College.

Jeffrey D. McMartin, assistant football coach and part-time instructor of health and physical performance. M.A., Wake Forest University; B.A., Central College.

Scott Riggle, women's tennis coach and part-time instructor of health and physical performance; B.A., University of Indianapolis.

Peter Van Ael, gallery director, University curator and part-time assistant professor of art. M.A., Texas Tech University; M.A., Webster University, St. Louis; M.F.A., The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; B.F.A., Center for Creative Studies, College of Art and Design, Detroit.