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The Faculty

The date immediately following a name indicates the year of appointment at Carleton.

Key to superscripts

  • 1 On leave fall
  • 2 On leave winter
  • 3 On leave spring
  • 4 On leave for year
  • 5 On leave fall and winter
  • 6 On leave winter and spring
  • 7 On leave fall and spring

ROBERT A. ODEN, JR., 2002–President and Professor of Religion

Harvard College, AB; Cambridge University, BA, MA; Harvard Divinity School, ThM; Harvard University, PhD; Dartmouth College, MA

 

BEVERLY NAGEL, 1980–Dean of the College and Winifred and Atherton Bean Professor of Sociology, Science, Technology, and Society

Carleton College, BA; Stanford University, MA, PhD

 

ELIZABETH CINER, 1982–Associate Dean of the College and Senior Lecturer in English

University of Pennsylvania, BA; University of Washington, MA, PhD

 

NATHAN D. GRAWE, 1999–Associate Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Economics

St. Olaf College, BA; University of Chicago, MA, PhD

 

ÉVA PÓSFAY, 1991–Associate Dean of the College and Professor of French

Bryn Mawr College, AB, MA; Princeton University, MA, PhD

 


 

KENNETH B. ABRAMS, 2008–Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dartmouth College, BA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

MEHERUN AHMED4, 2006–Assistant Professor of Economics

University of Dhaka, BSS, MSS; University of Washington (Seattle), MA; University of Washington, PhD

 

SHARON ATSUKO AKIMOTO5, 1991–Professor of Psychology

University of Utah, BA, MS, PhD

 

DAVID G. ALBERG, 1993–Professor of Chemistry

Carleton College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), PhD

 

BARBARA ALLEN, 1988–Professor of Political Science

Indiana University, BA, MA, PhD

 

BENJAMIN ALLEN, 1994–Senior Lecturer in Voice

Wartburg College, BMusEd

 

MARIA DEL PALMAR ÁLVAREZ-BLANCO6, 2006–Assistant Professor of Spanish

Universidad de Valladolid, Licenciada; University of Villanova, MA; University of Colorado (Boulder), PhD

 

GWEN ANDERSON, 198690, 2001–Lecturer in French Horn

University of Minnesota, BA

 

DEBORAH APPLEMAN, 1986–Hollis L. Caswell Professor of Educational Studies

University of Minnesota, BS, MA, PhD

 

LAWRENCE L. ARCHBOLD, 1982–Professor of Music & Enid and Henry Woodward College Organist

University of California (Berkeley), AB, MA, PhD

 

JONATHAN J. ARMEL, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Mathematics

Oberlin College, BA

 

JENNIFER A. BADER, 2001–Lecturer in Dance

University of the Arts, BFA

 

PETER BALAAM, 2003–Assistant Professor of English

University of California (Berkeley), BA; Princeton Theological Seminary, MDiv; Princeton University, MA, PhD

 

LUCIANO BATTAGLINI, 2007–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Women's Tennis Coach

Oklahoma Christian University, BS; Oklahoma State University, MS

 

SHADI BAYADSY, 2009–Adjunct Instructor in Arabic and Hebrew

University of Haifa, BA; University of Texas (Austin), MA

 

MARTHA-ELIZABETH (MARTY) BAYLOR4, 2007, 2009–Assistant Professor of Physics

Kenyon College, BA; University of Colorado, PhD

 

STACY N. BECKWITH, 1999–Associate Professor of Hebrew

University of Toronto, BA; University of Minnesota, MA, PhD

 

BRYN BENFORD, 2008–Visiting Instructor in Geology

Franklin and Marshall College, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MS

 

CYNTHIA A. BLAHA4, 1987–Professor of Physics and Astronomy

University of Minnesota, BS, MS, PhD

 

BECKY J. BOLING, 1983–Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of Spanish and the Liberal Arts

Indiana State University, BS, MA; Northwestern University, PhD

 

ANNA L. BOSACKER, 2006–Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology

Carleton College, BA; University of Missouri, BA; University of Minnesota, MS, PhD

 

PETER DAVID BRANDON, 2008–Broom Professor of Social Demography

Michigan State University, BA; The University of Michigan, MA; The University of Chicago, PhD

 

JORGE J. BRAVO III, 2006–Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Languages

Princeton University, AB; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

JORGE BRIOSO5, 2001–Associate Professor of Spanish

University of Havana, BA; City University of New York, PhD

 

DANIEL P. BRUGGEMAN, 2002–Senior Lecturer in Art

University of Nebraska, BA, BFA; Hunter College, MFA

 

JACKSON BRYCE, 1972–Marjorie Crabb Garbisch Professor of Classical Languages and the Liberal Arts and Senior Lecturer in Bassoon

Catholic University of America, AB; Harvard University, AM, PhD

 

MICHAEL W. BURAND, 2007–Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry

University of Minnesota (Duluth), BS; University of Minnesota, MS, PhD

 

LINDA DEMAREST BURDELL, 2005–Lecturer in Spanish

Kalamazoo College, BA; University of Michigan, MA; University of Kansas, MA, PhD

 

LAWRENCE E. BURNETT, 1993–Professor of Music and Choral Director

Texas A & I University, BMus; Eastern New Mexico University, MMus; University of Texas (Austin), DMA

 

ROBERT S. CARLSON, 1997–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Men's Soccer Coach

St. Olaf College, BA; Loyola University, MEd

 

SCOTT D. CARPENTER, 1990–Professor of French

University of Minnesota, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), PhD

 

DENNIS CASS, 2006, 2009–Visiting Instructor in English

Carleton College, BA

 

MARION E. CASS1, 1987–Charles Jim and Marjorie Kade Professor of the Sciences

Fort Lewis College, BS; University of Colorado, PhD

 

LAURA CAVIANI, 2003–Lecturer in Jazz Piano

Lawrence University, BMus; University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), MMus

 

JOSÉ CERNA-BAZÁN3, 2001–Professor of Spanish

Universidad Nacional de San Marcos, Lima, BA; University of Minnesota, MA, PhD

 

ARNAB CHAKLADAR, 2007–Assistant Professor of English

Delhi University, BA; University of Southern California, MA, PhD

 

JOSEPH WALTER CHIHADE, 2003–Associate Professor of Chemistry

Oberlin College, BA; Columbia University, MA, PhD

 

CHARLES CHIHARA, 2010–Cowling Visiting Professor of Philosophy

Seattle University, BS; Purdue University, MS; University of Washington, PhD

 

LAURA M. CHIHARA, 2000–Professor of Mathematics

University of Washington, BS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

ANITA CHIKKATUR, 2008–ScholarInResidence Fellow in Educational Studies

Swarthmore College, BA; University of Pennsylvania, MSEd, PhD

 

NANCY J. CHO, 1995–Professor of English

Yale University, BA; University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), MA, PhD

 

AIMEE ANNE CHOR, 2007, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Religion

Carleton College, BA; University of Chicago, MA

 

NELSON LLOYD CHRISTENSEN, JR., 1999–Professor of Physics

Stanford University, BS; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD

 

ELIZABETH CINER, 1982–Associate Dean of the College and Senior Lecturer in English

University of Pennsylvania, BA; University of Washington, MA, PhD

 

ANDREW M. CLARK, 1993–Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Swimming Coach

Whitman College, BA; University of Oregon (Eugene), MS

 

CLIFFORD E. CLARK, JR., 1970–Professor of History and M.A. and A.D. Hulings Professor of American Studies

Yale University, BA; Harvard University, MA, PhD

 

KEVIN CLEMENTS, 2004–Lecturer in Jazz Bass

University of Missouri (Kansas City), BA

 

KELLY CONNOLE, 2004–Assistant Professor of Art

University of Montana (Missoula), BFA; San Francisco State University, MFA

 

LAURENCE D. COOPER6, 1997–Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Virginia, BA; New York University, MA; Duke University, MA, PhD

 

ELIZABETH COVILLE, 198591, 2000, 2008–Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Cornell University, AB; The University of Chicago, AM, PhD

 

CLINTON A. COWAN, 1997–Associate Professor of Geology

Carleton College, BA; University of Michigan, MS; Queen's University, PhD

 

STEPHANIE M. COX, 2007–Visiting Assistant Professor of French

Florida State University, BA; Bowling Green State University, MA; University of Louisiana (Lafayette), PhD

 

CHARLES E. CRUTCHFIELD, III, 2003–Visiting Professor of Biology

Carleton College, BA; Mayo Clinic, MA, MD

 

AMY CSIZMAR DALAL, 2003–Assistant Professor of Computer Science

University of Notre Dame, BS; Northwestern University, MS, PhD

 

ANGELA CURRAN, 2005–Assistant Professor of Philosophy

University of California (Berkeley), AB; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), PhD

 

CAMERON DAVIDSON, 2002–Professor of Geology

University of Wisconsin, BS; Princeton University, PhD

 

JASON DECKER, 2007–Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Grove City College, BA; Arizona State University, MA; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD

 

SARAH DEEL, 1996–Lecturer in Biology

Grinnell College, BA; Oregon State University, MS

 

STEVEN P. DEHMER, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Economics

St. John's University, BA

 

LYNN DEICHERT, 1988–Senior Lecturer in Trumpet

Oberlin Conservatory, BMus; Boston University, MMus

 

ROBERT P. DOBROW, 2001–Associate Professor of Mathematics

State University of New York, BS; Johns Hopkins University, MSE, PhD

 

JESSICA DOCKTER TIERNEY, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Educational Studies

Carleton College, BA; University of Minnesota, MA

 

MARÍA ELENA DOLEMAN, 1991–Senior Lecturer in Spanish

Briar Cliff College, BA; University of Arkansas, MA

 

CAROL DONELAN, 1999–Associate Professor of Cinema and Media Studies

Iowa State University, BS; University of Iowa, MA; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), PhD

 

ANNA MIKHAILOVNA DOTLIBOVA, 1990–Senior Lecturer in Russian

AV Lunacharsky State Institute of Theatrical Art (GITIS), Moscow

 

STEVEN M. DREW, 1991–Professor of Chemistry

St. John's University (Collegeville), BA; University of Colorado, PhD

 

VERNE A. DUSENBERY, 198591, 2009–Visiting Professor of Anthropology

Stanford University, AB; University of Chicago, AM, PhD

 

MELISSA EBLEN-ZAYAS, 2005–Assistant Professor of Physics

Smith College, BA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

ERIC S. EGGE, 2005–Associate Professor of Mathematics

Carleton College, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MA, PhD

 

ROSS K. ELFLINE, 2009–Assistant Professor of Art History

Grinnell College, BA; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, MA; University of California (Los Angeles), PhD

 

JOHN ELLINGER, 1977–Senior Lecturer in Music

Carleton College, BA

 

ROY O. ELVETON, 1968–Maxine H. and Winston R. Wallin Professor of Philosophy & Cognitive Science

St. Olaf College, BA; Northwestern University, PhD

 

ELIZABETH M. ERICKSEN, 1993–Senior Lecturer in Violin and Viola

University of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana), BS, MMus

 

ADRIANA ESTILL, 2003–Associate Professor of English and American Studies

Stanford University, BA; Cornell University, MA, PhD

 

GREGORY EUCLIDE, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Art

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, BAE, BFA; Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MFA

 

ADRIENNE FALCÓN, 2006–Adjunct Instructor in Sociology

Carleton College, BA; University of Chicago, MA

 

LAUREN FEILER, 2007–Assistant Professor of Economics

Mount Holyoke College, BA; California Institute of Technology, MS, PhD

 

PAMELA FELDMAN-SAVELSBERG, 1993–Professor of Anthropology

Indiana University (Bloomington), BA; Johns Hopkins University, MA, PhD

 

TRICIA A. FERRETT, 1990–Professor of Chemistry

Grinnell College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), PhD

 

ANDREW B. FISHER, 2003–Assistant Professor of History

Stanford University, BA; University of California (San Diego), MA, PhD

 

MICHAEL J. FLYNN, 1986–Professor of Linguistics

University of Notre Dame, BA; University of Massachusetts, PhD

 

CATHERINE ROSE FORTIN, 2007–Assistant Professor of Linguistics

Tufts University, BA; University of Pittsburgh, MA; University of Michigan, PhD

 

ALEXANDER FREEMAN, 2007–Assistant Professor of Music

Eastman School of Music, BMus; Boston University College of Fine Arts, MMus; The Juilliard School, DMA

 

ANNICK FRITZ-SMEAD, 2000–Visiting Lecturer in French and Francophone Studies

University of Besancon, France, BA, MA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

WEIHSIN FU, 2007–Adjunct Instructor and GIS Specialist in Environmental Studies

Taipei Medical College, BS; University of Minnesota, MS

 

KATHLEEN M. GALOTTI, 1983–Professor of Cognitive Science

Wellesley College, BA; University of Pennsylvania, MA, MSE (Computer & Information Sciences), PhD

 

LAURA GOERING, 1988–Professor of Russian

Oberlin College, BA; Cornell University, MA, PhD

 

JACK GOLDFEATHER, 1977–William H. Laird Professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and the Liberal Arts

Rutgers University, BA; Purdue University, MS, PhD

 

SARA M. GORCHOFF, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

University of California (Santa Cruz), BA; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

NATHAN D. GRAWE, 1999–Associate Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Economics

St. Olaf College, BA; University of Chicago, MA, PhD

 

SETH N. GREENBERG, 2005–Benedict Distinguished Visiting Professor of Psychology

Queens College, BA; Ohio State University, MA, PhD

 

DANIEL GROLL, 2009–Assistant Professor of Philosophy

McGill University, BMus, BA; University of Chicago, PhD

 

DEBORAH GROSS, 1998–Associate Professor of Chemistry

Haverford College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), PhD

 

ROY F. GROW, 1979–Frank B. Kellogg Professor of International Relations

University of Michigan, BA, MA, PhD

 

KEREN A. GUDEMAN, 2006–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Women's Soccer Coach

Harvard University, AB; University of Chicago, MA

 

DEVASHREE GUPTA4, 2006–Assistant Professor of Political Science

Georgetown University, AB; University of Chicago, MA; Cornell University, PhD

 

FRED HAGSTROM, 1984–Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art

Hamline University, BA; University of Nebraska (Lincoln), MFA

 

BEREKET HAILEAB, 1993–Associate Professor of Geology

Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), BS; University of Utah, MS, PhD

 

JANEAN HALL, 1994–Lecturer in Harpsichord and Organ

Concordia College (NE), BS, BA

 

MARK HANSELL, 1989–Professor of Chinese

McGill University, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

CLARA S. HARDY, 1990–Professor of Classical Languages

Oberlin College, BA; Brown University, PhD

 

ROBERT BURDETTE HARDY III, 2006, 2008–Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Languages

Oberlin College, BA; Brown University, PhD

 

KEITH E. HARRISON, 19681996, 2009–Professor of English and Writer in Residence, Emeritus

Melbourne, BA; Iowa, MA

 

DEANNA BETH HAUNSPERGER6, 1994–Professor of Mathematics

Simpson College, BA; Northwestern University, MA, PhD

 

PIERRE HECKER6, 2006–Assistant Professor of English

Wesleyan University, BA; Columbia University, MA, MFA; University of Oxford, DPhil

 

MISTY LEE HEGGENESS, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Economics

University of Minnesota, BS

 

KENDALL HEITZMAN, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Japanese

Northwestern University, BS; Johns Hopkins University, MA

 

MICHAEL HEMESATH, 1989–Professor of Economics

St. John's University, BS; Harvard University, MA, PhD

 

MARSHA NIDANIE HENDERSON, 2008–Assistant Professor of Biology

Spelman College, BS; The Rockefeller University, PhD

 

KAI HERKLOTZ, 2007–Visiting Assistant Professor of German

Phillipps Universität (Marburg, Germany), MA; Pennsylvania State University, MA; University of California (Irvine), PhD

 

DANIEL LUIS HERNÁNDEZ, 2009–Assistant Professor of Biology

University of Kansas, BS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

CHRISTOPHER HEURLIN, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Political Science

Carleton College, BA; University of Washington, MA, PhC

 

GREGORY G. HEWETT, 1997–Associate Professor of English

State University of New York (Binghamton), BA; University of California (Davis), MA; State University of New York (Albany), DA

 

JONATHAN HIBBARD, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Mathematics

Cambridge University, BA, MA; Yale University, MS

 

GRETCHEN E. HOFMEISTER, 2002–Associate Professor of Chemistry

Carleton College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), PhD

 

WILLIAM E. HOLLINGSWORTH, 1986–Professor of Chemistry

University of Texas (Austin), BS, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MS, PhD

 

GAO HONG, 2003–Lecturer in Chinese Musical Instruments

Central Conservatory of Music Beijing, BA

 

MARY BUDD HOROZANIECKI, 1993–Senior Lecturer in Violin and Viola

Indiana University, BMus

 

DAVID J. HOUGENEITZMAN, 1992–Senior Lecturer in Biology

St. Olaf College, BA; Duke University, PhD

 

JUDITH HOWARD, 2007–Assistant Professor of Dance

University of Maryland, BA; University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), MFA

 

KENNETH HUBER, 1990–Senior Lecturer in Piano

Indiana University, BMus, MMus

 

HUMBERTO R. HUERGO, 1988–Professor of Spanish

Columbia College, AB, MA; Princeton University, MA, PhD

 

ANNA RACHEL IGRA, 1994–Professor of History

University of California (Los Angeles), BA; Sarah Lawrence College, MA; Rutgers University, PhD

 

ROGER R. JACKSON4, 1989–John W. Nason Professor of Asian Studies and Religion

Wesleyan University, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MA, PhD

 

MARTHA JAMSA, 2000–Lecturer in Flute

University of Minnesota, BFA; Indiana University, MMus

 

FERNÁN JARAMILLO1, 1999–Professor of Biology

Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá BS; Columbia University, PhD

 

SUSAN JARET MCKINSTRY1, 1982–Helen F. Lewis Professor of English

Miami University (Ohio), BA, MA; University of Michigan, PhD

 

BAIRD E. JARMAN5, 2002–Associate Professor of Art History

Williams College, BA; Williams College/Clark Art Institute, MA; Yale University, MA, MPhil, PhD

 

HEIDI L. JAYNES, 1999–Associate Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Women's Volleyball Coach

University of Oklahoma, BBA, MBA

 

JAY L. JOHNSON, 1988–Lecturer in Percussion and Director of the Carleton African Drum Ensemble

University of Minnesota, BFA, MMus

 

STEVEN MARK JONGEWAARD, 2009–Visiting Professor of Educational Studies

University of Minnesota (Duluth), BA; University of Minnesota, MEd, PhD

 

MARIKO KAGA1, 1986–Class of 1952 Professor of Asian Languages

Kobe Kaisei Women's College, BA; University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), MA, PhD

 

GUY A. KALLAND, 1984–Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Basketball Coach

Concordia College, BS; University of Minnesota, MS

 

MARK T. KANAZAWA, 1985–Ada M. Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of the Social Sciences

Earlham College, BA; Stanford University, MA, PhD

 

PAVEL S. KAPINOS1, 2005–Assistant Professor of Economics

Hanover College, BA; University of Illinois (Urbana), MA, PhD

 

RICHARD A. KEISER, 1991–Professor of Political Science

University of Pennsylvania, BA, MA; University of California (Berkeley), PhD

 

CHÉRIF KEÏTA, 1985–Professor of French

Institut Supérieur de l'État des Traducteurs et Interprètes (Brussels); University of Georgia, MA, PhD

 

MARY A. KELLING, 2003, 2005, 2009–Lecturer in Theater and Dance

St. Olaf College, BA; California State University, MFA

 

STEPHEN K. KELLY3, 1974–Dye Family Professor of Music

Spring Hill College, BS; Rutgers University, MA; Ohio State University, PhD

 

STEPHEN F. KENNEDY6, 1994–Professor of Mathematics

Boston University, BA; Northwestern University, MA, PhD

 

PATRICIA A. KENT, 2004–Adjunct Instructor in Voice

College of St. Benedict, BA; City University of New York, MA; University of Minnesota, DMA

 

ALISON KETTERING3, 196869, 1982–William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Art History

Oberlin College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

ADEEB KHALID, 1993–Jane and Raphael Bernstein Professor of Asian Studies and History

University of Punjab, Lahore, BA; McGill University (Montreal), BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MA, PhD

 

JULIE A. KLASSEN, 1978–Professor of German, Emerita

University of California (Santa Barbara), BA; Stanford University, MA, PhD

 

YARON KLEIN, 2009–Instructor in Arabic

Tel Aviv University, BA; Harvard University, AM

 

MERILEE I. KLEMP, 1982–Senior Lecturer in Oboe & English Horn

Augsburg College, BA in MusEd; University of Minnesota, MA; Eastman School of Music, DMA

 

DANIELA KOHEN, 2002–Associate Professor of Chemistry

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Licenciada; University of Notre Dame, PhD

 

MICHAEL J. KOWALEWSKI, 1991–McBride Professor of English and Environmental Studies

Shasta College, AA; Amherst College, BA; Rutgers University, MD, PhD

 

STEVEN F. KOZBERG, 1981–Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Macalester College, BA; University of Minnesota (Duluth), MA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), PhD

 

MARK KREITZER, 2007–Adjunct Instructor in American Folk Instruments

University of Wisconsin (Madison), BA; MA

 

MARK KRUSEMEYER1, 1984–Professor of Mathematics and Senior Lecturer in Recorder

University of Utrecht (Netherlands), Kandidaatsexamen, Doctoraalexamen, PhD

 

CHRISTINE LAC, 1997–Senior Lecturer in French

Université Metz-France, BA; University of Nebraska, MA, PhD

 

BRENDAN LAROCQUE, 2009–Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in History

University of Wisconsin (Madison), BA, MA, PhD

 

DAVID LEFKOWITZ4, 1997–Associate Professor of Art

Carleton College, BA; University of Illinois (Chicago), MFA

 

JESSICA L. LEIMAN, 2003–Assistant Professor of English

Williams College, BA; Yale University, PhD

 

ANN LEMING, 1998–Visiting Instructor in Educational Studies

Westmont College, AB; University of Utah, MA

 

SIGRUN D. LEONHARD, 1982–Professor of German

Université Nantes, Licence en lettres modernes et philosophie; Stanford University, MA, PhD

 

JEROME M. LEVI, 1993–Professor of Anthropology

Harvard College, AB; Cambridge University, MPhil; Harvard University, PhD

 

BURTON LEVIN, 2000–SIT Investment Visiting Professor of Asian Policy

City University of New York, BA; Columbia University, MA

 

MARK ROSE LEWIS, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Psychology

Carleton College, BA; University of Minnesota, MA

 

DAVID LIBENNOWELL, 2005–Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Cornell University, BA; Cambridge University, MPhil; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD

 

JEREMY L. LOEBACH, 2010–Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

Arizona State University, BS; University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), AM, PhD

 

JUSTIN M. LONDON, 1989–Professor of Music

University of Cincinnati, BMus, MMus; University of Pennsylvania, PhD

 

SILVIA L. LÓPEZ, 1997–Associate Professor of Spanish

Santa Clara University, BS; University of California (Santa Barbara), MA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

DWIGHT R. LUHMAN, 2009–Assistant Professor of Physics

University of Wisconsin (River Falls), BS; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), PhD

 

MORGAN JAMES LUKER, 2010–Visiting Assistant Professor of Music

University of Wisconsin (Madison), BA; Columbia University, MA, PhD

 

LEON LUNDER, 1982–Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation & Athletic Director

St. Olaf College, BA; Mankato State University, MS

 

NEIL S. LUTSKY1, 1974–William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology

University of Pennsylvania, BS; Harvard University, MA, PhD

 

BRIAN G. MARFLEET, 2002–Associate Professor of Political Science

McMaster University, BA, MA; Arizona State University, PhD

 

CONSTANCE K. MARTIN, 1998–Lecturer in Bass

Whitworth College, BA; University of Illinois (UrbanaChampaign), MMus

 

MARY BOYD MARTZ, 1989–Senior Lecturer in Voice

Moorhead State University, BS

 

OSWALD MASEBO, 2009–Visiting Instructor in History

University of Dar es Salaam, BA, MA

 

JUDITH MASON, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009–Adjunct Instructor in Recorder

 

MATTHEW MCCRIGHT, 2005–Adjunct Instructor in Piano

Westminster College, BMus; University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, MMus; University of Minnesota, DMA

 

JAMES MCDONNELL, 19692007, 2009–Class of 1941 Professor of English and the Liberal Arts, Emeritus

Downing College Cambridge University, BA, MA; Washington University (St. Louis), PhD

 

SARAH ELIZABETH MCDOWELL, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

Carleton College, BA; University of Michigan, PhD

 

DOUGLAS MCGILL, 2008–Visiting Instructor in English

Reed College, BA

 

ELIZABETH MCKINSEY, 1989–Professor of English and American Studies

Radcliffe College, AB; Harvard University, PhD

 

MARK MCKONE, 1987–Professor of Biology

Cornell College, BSS; University of Minnesota, MS, PhD

 

MICHAEL MCNALLY, 2001–Associate Professor of Religion

Carleton College, BA; Harvard Divinity School, MDiv; Harvard University, AM, PhD

 

NICOLA MELVILLE, 2004–Assistant Professor of Music

Victoria University (Wellington), BMus; Eastman School of Music, MMus, DMA

 

TAMMY METCALF-FILZEN, 1992–Associate Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Women's Basketball Coach

St. Olaf College, BA; University of Minnesota, MA

 

RAKA MUSTAPHI MITRA, 2008–Assistant Professor of Biology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SB; Stanford University, PhD

 

STEPHEN MOHRING, 1998–Associate Professor of Art

Amherst College, BA; Rhode Island School of Design, MFA

 

ANNA MOLTCHANOVA, 2001–Associate Professor of Philosophy

St. Petersburg State University (Russia), First Class Diploma; Central European University in Prague, Diploma; McGill University, PhD

 

ALFRED P. MONTERO, 1998–Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Miami, BA; Columbia University, PhD

 

AMY HOA MOORE, 2007–Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology

Johns Hopkins University, BA; University of California (Los Angeles), PhD

 

VICTORIA MORSE1, 1999–Associate Professor of History

University of California (Berkeley), BA, MLS, MA, PhD

 

ETHAN MURROW, 2010–Dayton Hudson Visiting Artist/Teacher in the Department of Art and Art History

Carleton College, BA; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MFA

 

DAVID R. MUSICANT, 2000–Associate Professor of Computer Science

Michigan State University, BS; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MA, MS, PhD

 

TUN MYINT, 2007–Assistant Professor of Political Science

Indiana University, BA, MA, PhD

 

BEVERLY NAGEL, 1980–Dean of the College and Winifred and Atherton Bean Professor of Sociology, Science, Technology, and Society

Carleton College, BA; Stanford University, MA, PhD

 

TSEGAYE H. NEGA2, 2002–Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

Centro Universitario de Pinar del Rio, Cuba, BS, MS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

JULIE J. NEIWORTH2, 1988–Professor of Psychology

Reed College, BA; Michigan State University, MA, PhD

 

GAIL S. NELSON, 1988–Professor of Mathematics

University of North Dakota, BS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

DIANE M. NEMEC IGNASHEV, 1981–Class of 1941 Professor of Russian and the Liberal Arts

University of Illinois (Chicago Circle), BA; University of Chicago, MA, PhD

 

LOUIS E. NEWMAN, 1983–John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies

University of Minnesota, BA, MA; Brown University, PhD

 

ELINOR NIEMISTO, 1985–Lecturer in Harp

University of Michigan, BMus, MMus

 

ANNETTE NIEROBISZ, 2000–Associate Professor of Sociology

University of Winnipeg, BA; Queen's University at Kingston, MA; University of Toronto, PhD

 

WILLIAM NORTH, 1999–Associate Professor of History

Princeton University, AB; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

ROBERT A. ODEN, JR., 2002–President and Professor of Religion

Harvard College, AB; Cambridge University, BA, MA; Harvard Divinity School, ThM; Harvard University, PhD; Dartmouth College, MA

 

CATHY TOWER OEHMKE, 2008–Visiting Assistance Professor of Educational Studies

Wellesley College, BA; University of Maine, MEd; Michigan State University, PhD

 

NINA E. OLSEN, 1996–Senior Lecturer in Clarinet

University of Denver, BMus; University of Michigan, MMus; University of Minnesota, DMA

 

JEFFREY R. ONDICH, 1991–Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

St. Olaf College, BA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

SUSANNAH R. OTTAWAY, 1998–Associate Professor of History

Carleton College, BA; Brown University, MA, PhD

 

KOFI OWUSU, 1990–Professor of English

University of Ghana, BA; University of Edinburgh, MLitt; University of Alberta, PhD

 

ADIL OZDEMIR, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion

Institute of Social Sciences of Nine September University, BA, PhD

 

JOHN ROGER PAAS, 1974–William H. Laird Professor of German and the Liberal Arts

Hamilton College, BA; Bryn Mawr College, PhD

 

MARTHA WHITE PAAS, 1976–Wadsworth A. Williams Professor of Economics

Randolph-Macon Women's College, AB; Bryn Mawr College, PhD

 

ARJENDU K. PATTANAYAK, 2001–Associate Professor of Physics

St. Stephen's College Delhi University, BSc; Brown University, ScM; University of Texas (Austin), PhD

 

SAMUEL E. PATTERSON, 1988–Professor of Mathematics

Purdue University, BS; University of North Carolina, PhD

 

DIANE PEARSALL, 1985–Senior Lecturer in Spanish

Indiana University, BA; University of Michigan, MA

 

LORI K. PEARSON, 2003–Associate Professor of Religion

St. Olaf College, BA; Harvard University, MTS, ThD

 

CLINTON J. PECENKA, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Economics

Iowa State University, BS; University of Minnesota, MA

 

ZACHARY W. PELLETIER, 2008–Adjunct Instructor in Cello

University of Minnesota (Duluth), BMusEd; University of Wisconsin (Stevens Point), MMus

 

RICK PENNING, 198390, 1995–Senior Lecturer in Voice

Luther College, BA; University of Cincinnati, MMus; University of Minnesota, DMA

 

ELIZABETH PÉREZ, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion

Hampshire College, BA; University of Chicago Divinity School, MA

 

YANSI Y. PÉREZ, 2006, 2009–Assistant Professor of Spanish

Stanford University, BA; Princeton University, MA, PhD

 

ÉVA PÓSFAY, 1991–Associate Dean of the College and Professor of French

Bryn Mawr College, AB, MA; Princeton University, MA, PhD

 

KURT RAMLER, 2006–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Football Coach

St. John's University, BA; Wagner College, MA

 

MATTHEW S. RAND, 1995–Associate Professor of Biology

Oregon State University, BS; Wichita State University, MS; University of Colorado, PhD

 

JEFF RATHERMEL, 200305, 2007, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Art

University of Minnesota, BFA, MFA

 

TIMOTHY J. RAYLOR, 1992–Professor of English

University of Newcastle upon Tyne, BA; Oxford University (Worcester College), DPhil

 

DAVID H. RICKS, 2003, 2005–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Men's Cross Country, Track and Field Coach

Union College, BS, MS; Mankato State University, MBA

 

DONNA RICKS, 1993–Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Women's Cross Country, Track and Field Coach

Mankato State University, BS, MA

 

PAUL R. RILEY, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Geology

Franklin and Marshall College, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MS

 

RONALD RODMAN, 1991–Professor of Music and Director of the Carleton Symphony Band

Indiana University, BMusEd; Georgia State University, MMus; Indiana University, PhD

 

THOMAS ROSENBERG, 1999–Lecturer in Cello

Oberlin College, BMus; Eastman School of Music, MMus

 

LINDA ROSSI, 2001–Associate Professor of Art

University of Minnesota, BFA; Cranbook Academy of Art, MFA

 

AARON RUSHING, 2005–Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Baseball Coach

Grinnell College, BA; Minot State University, MS

 

MELINDA RUSSELL4, 199394, 1996–Professor of Music

Simon's Rock Early College, BA; University of Minnesota, MA; University of Illinois, PhD

 

CAROL A. RUTZ, 1997–Senior Lecturer in English

Gustavus Adolphus College, BA; Hamline University, MA; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

KATHLEEN M. RYOR, 1996–Professor of Art History

University of Virginia, BA; New York University, MA, PhD

 

NADER SAIEDI2, 1986–Professor of Sociology and Anthropology

Pahlavi University, BS, MS; University of Wisconsin, PhD

 

NOAH SALOMON4, 2009–Instructor in Religion

Reed College, BA; University of Chicago, MA

 

ASUKA SANGO, 2007–Assistant Professor of Religion

International Christian University (Tokyo); Wittenberg University, BA; University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), MA; Princeton University, PhD

 

DAVID SAUNDERS, 1993–Senior Lecturer in Saxophone

Carleton College, BA; Indiana University, MMus

 

MARY E. SAVINA, 1978–Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology

Carleton College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

MARY SCHIER, 2008, 2009–Visiting Instructor

University of Minnesota, BA; University of St. Thomas, MA

 

STEVEN E. SCHIER, 1981–Dorothy H. and Edward C. Congdon Professor of Political Science

Simpson College, BA; University of Wisconsin, MA, PhD

 

JOEL A. SCHLOSSER, 2008, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Political Science

Carleton College, BA; Duke University, MA

 

JOHN F. SCHOTT3, 1979–James Woodward Strong Professor of the Liberal Arts

University of Michigan, BA, MA

 

MEERA SEHGAL, 2005–Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Sociology

Ferguson College, BA; University of Poona, MA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MS, PhD

 

PARNA SENGUPTA, 2000–Associate Professor of History

University of California (Berkeley), BA; University of Michigan, PhD

 

UTTAM SHARMA, 2010–Visiting Instructor in Economics

Brandeis University, BA; University of Maryland (College Park), MA

 

CYNTHIA LUCK SHEARER, 1989–Director of the Language Center and Senior Lecturer in French

Pembroke College, Brown University, BA; University of Southern California (Los Angeles), MA

 

JANE SHOCKLEY, 1994–Lecturer in Dance

 

GEORGE G. SHUFFELTON, 2002–Associate Professor of English

Harvard College, AB; Cambridge University, MPhil; Yale University, PhD

 

SUSAN R. SINGER, 1986–Laurence McKinley Gould Professor of the Natural Sciences

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, BS, MS, PhD

 

DAVID SINGLEY, 1996–Senior Lecturer in Jazz Guitar and Director of the Carleton Jazz Ensemble

Berklee College of Music, BMus; Indiana University, MMus

 

SHANA L. SIPPY, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Religion

Barnard College, Columbia University, AB; Harvard Divinity School, MA

 

GREGORY BLAKE SMITH, 1987–Lloyd P. Johnson Norwest Professor of English and the Liberal Arts

Bowdoin College, AB; Boston University, MA; University of Iowa, MFA

 

KIMBERLY K. SMITH, 1999–Associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies

University of Michigan, AB; University of California (Berkeley), JD; University of Michigan, PhD

 

KATHRYN W. SPARLING4, 1983–Tanaka Memorial Professor of International Understanding and Japanese

Stanford University, BA; Ochanomizu University, MA; Harvard University, PhD

 

KATHERINE ROSE ST. CLAIR, 2007–Assistant Professor of Mathematics

University of Minnesota (Duluth), BS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

DANA J. STRAND, 1981–Andrew W. Mellon Professor of French and the Humanities

Vassar College, AB; Cornell University, MAT; Vanderbilt University, PhD

 

STEPHEN H. STRAND, 1981–Raymond Plank Professor of Incentive Economics

Cornell University, BS, ME; Vanderbilt University, MA, PhD

 

AARON M. SWOBODA, 2008–Mellon Post Doctoral Fellow in Economics

Carleton College, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MS, PhD

 

RADEK SZULGA6, 2006–Assistant Professor of Economics

Auburn University, BA; Miami University, MA; University of California (Davis), PhD

 

LAN LIANA TAN, 2007–Visiting Instructor in Chinese

Wuhan University of Technology (China), BA; Nanjing University (China), MA

 

AMY TENUTE, 1998–Associate Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation and Head Softball Coach

Moorhead State University, BA; Michigan State University, MS

 

SARAH J. TITUS4, 2006–Assistant Professor of Geology

Oberlin College, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MS, PhD

 

WILLIAM J. TITUS, 1970–John E. Sawyer Professor of Physics and Liberal Learning

University of California (Davis), BS; Stanford University, MS, PhD

 

NOBORU TOMONARI, 2001–Associate Professor of Japanese

Sophia University, BA; Tsukuba University, MEd; Monash University, MA; University of Chicago, PhD

 

DAVID G. TOMPKINS, 2008–Assistant Professor of History

Rice University, BA: Universit Provence (France), licence; Columbia University, MA, PhD

 

ERIC TRETBAR, 2008–Visiting Instructor in Cinema and Media Studies

Carleton College, BA

 

JOHN L. TYMOCZKO6, 1976–Towsley Professor of Biology

University of Chicago, BA, PhD

 

ANNE C. ULMER, 1978–Professor of German

University of Minnesota, BA, MA; Yale University, MPhil, PhD

 

KEVIN TOSHIO UNO, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Geology

Carleton College, BA; University of Utah, MS

 

CHERLON L. USSERY, 2009–ScholarInResidence Fellow in Linguistics

University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), BA; University of South Carolina, MA

 

HECTOR LUIS VALDIVIA, 1994–Professor of Music & S. Eugene Bailey Director of the Carleton Orchestra

University of Wisconsin, BMus; Yale University, MMus, MMA, DMA

 

MIJA M. VAN DER WEGE1, 2002–Assistant Professor of Psychology

Wellesley College, BA; Stanford University, MS, PhD

 

SHAWN VANCOUR, 2008–Visiting Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies

Binghamton University, BA; University of Wisconsin (Madison), MA, PhD

 

CARLOS VARGAS-SALGADO, 2008–Visiting Lecturer in Spanish

National University San Agustin (Peru), BA; University of Minnesota, MA

 

THEODORE A. VESSEY, 2008–Visiting Professor of Mathematics

University of Minnesota, BA, PhD

 

GEORGE H. VRTIS5, 2006–Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and History

Marquette University, BS; Northwestern University, MA; Georgetown University, PhD

 

JENNY BOURNE WAHL6, 1997–Professor of Economics

Indiana University, AB; University of Chicago, MA, PhD

 

CONSTANCE H. WALKER, 1982–Professor of English

Allegheny College, BA; University of Pennsylvania, MA, PhD

 

DEBBY RAE WALSER-KUNTZ3, 1995–Associate Professor of Biology

Concordia College (Moorhead), BA; Colorado College, MAT; Mayo Graduate School, PhD

 

RUTH WEINER, 1969–Class of 1944 Professor of Theater and the Liberal Arts

University of Wisconsin, BS, MA

 

JOEL M. WEISBERG, 1984–Herman and Gertrude Mosier Stark Professor of Physics and Astronomy and the Natural Sciences

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BS; University of Iowa, MS, PhD

 

JOHN WILFRED WEISS, 2009–Visiting Assistant Professor of Astronomy

Carleton College, BA; University of Colorado (Boulder), MS, PhD

 

DAVID WHETSTONE, 1991–Lecturer in Raga and Sitar

Ali Akbar College of Music

 

MELISSA K. WHITLER, 2009–Visiting Instructor in Economics

Carleton College, BA

 

LAWRENCE WICHLINSKI, 1990–Associate Professor of Psychology

Earlham College, BA; Syracuse University, MS; Southern Illinois University, PhD

 

MARCIA R. WIDMAN, 1975–Senior Lecturer in Piano

Morningside College, BMus; University of Michigan, MMus

 

DAVID WILES, 2004–Associate Professor of Theater

University of Cincinnati, BA; Yale School of Drama, MFA

 

NANCY C. WILKIE1, 1974–William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts

Stanford University, BA; University of Minnesota, MA, PhD

 

HARRY MCKINLEY WILLIAMS, 1989–Laird Bell Professor of History

Lincoln University, BA; University of Missouri, MA; Brown University, MA, PhD

 

WALTER F. WOJCIECHOWSKI, 1993–Designer and Technical Director and Senior Lecturer in Theater

University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), BFA; University of Washington (Seattle), MFA

 

JENNIFER ROSS WOLFF, 2006–Assistant Professor of Biology

Millikin University, BS; Vanderbilt University, MS; University of Minnesota, PhD

 

HELEN WONG, 2009–Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Pomona College, BA; Yale University, PhD

 

CAROLYN WONG4, 2006–Assistant Professor of Political Science

City College of New York, BA; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MS; University of California (Los Angeles), PhD

 

CATHY YANDELL, 1977–W. I. and Hulda F. Daniell Professor of French Literature, Language and Culture & David and Marian Adams Bryn-Jones Distinguished Teaching Professor of the Humanities

University of New Mexico, BA; University of California (Berkeley), MA, PhD

 

AKIRA VINCENT YATSUHASHI, 2009–ScholarInResidence Fellow in Classical Languages

Beloit, BA; Dartmouth College, MA; Tufts University, MA

 

SEUNGJOO YOON, 1999–Associate Professor of History

Seoul National University, BA; Harvard University, AM, PhD

 

GERALD L. YOUNG, 1992–Professor of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation

Southwestern College, BS; St. Cloud State University, MS

 

SERENA R. ZABIN, 2000–Associate Professor of History

Bowdoin College, BA; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MA; Rutgers University, PhD

 

HONG ZENG5, 2004–Assistant Professor of Chinese

Beijing Foreign Studies University, BA, MA, PhD; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MA, PhD

 

QIGUANG ZHAO, 1987–Burton and Lily Levin Professor of Chinese

Tianjin Normal University (Tianjin, P.R.C.), BA; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing, P.R.C.), MA; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), MA, PhD

 

CLAYTON L. ZIMMERMAN, 1989–Humphrey Doermann Professor of Liberal Learning and Professor of Classical Languages

Duke University, BA; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MA, PhD

 

STEPHAN G. ZWEIFEL, 1991–Professor of Biology and Men's Tennis Coach

University of California (Davis), BS; University of Washington, PhD