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Faculty

Faculty

(Date after name indicates year appointed to faculty)

Sam Allen, (2022), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies; B.A. University of Wyoming (2010), M.A. University of Wyoming (2014), Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh (2022).

Inigo Arroniz, (2019), Assistant Professor of Economics and Business; Licentiate in Administrative Studies and Business Management University of Navarre (1997), Ph.D. University of Central Florida (2007).

Thomas J. Badey, (1998), Professor of Political Science; B.S. University of Maryland (1986), M.A. University of South Florida (1987), Ph.D. Universitaet Heidelberg (1993).

Valentine Balguerie, (2017), Assistant Professor of French; B.A. Université Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle (2006), M.A. Université Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle (2008), M.A. University of Illinois at Chicago (2009), Ph.D. Brown University (2015).

Massimo Bardi, (2013), Professor of Psychology; B.S. University of Pisa, Italy (1993), M.S. University of Pisa, Italy (1994), Ph.D. University of Cagliari, Italy (1998).

Ruth J. Beerman, (2016), Associate Professor of Communication Studies; B.A. Mercer University (2004), M.A. University of Northern Iowa (2009), Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2015).

Lauren Cohen Bell, (1999), Special Assistant to the Provost and James L. Miller Professor of Political Science; B.A. The College of Wooster (1994), M.A. The University of Oklahoma (1997), Ph.D. The University of Oklahoma (1999).

Timothy Berge, (2021), Visiting Assistant Professor (Student Success Librarian); B.A. University of Idaho (2011), M.LS. Indiana University (2016), M.A. Virginia Commonwealth University (2021).

Mathias D. Bergmann, (2004), Professor of History; B.S. Eastern Oregon University (1998), M.A. Washington State University (2000), Ph.D. Washington State University (2004).

E. Raymond Berry, (1982), Professor of the Arts; B.A. University of Virginia (1971), M.F.A. University of North Carolina at Greensboro (1975).

Chirashree Bhattacharya, (2003), Associate Professor of Mathematics; B. Tech. Indian Institute of Technology (1993), M.S. Carnegie Mellon University (1997), Ph.D. University of Virginia (2003).

Denise L. Bissler, (2003), Professor of Sociology; B.A. The University of Akron (1994), M.A. The University of Akron (1997), Ph.D. North Carolina State University (2003).

Donelle Boose, (2022), Assistant Professor of History; B.A. The University of North Carolina (2006), M.P.S. Cornell University (2011), Ph.D. American University (2022).

Kimberly C. Borchard, (2009), Associate Professor of Spanish; B.A. Ohio University (2000), M.A. Ohio University (2001), Ph.D. University of Chicago (2009).

María José Bordera-Amérigo, (2004), Associate Professor of Spanish; B.A. Universidad de Alicante (1995), M.A. University of Pennsylvania (2000), Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (2004).

Susan Borowski, (2018), Lecturer, Chemistry Department; B.S Randolph-Macon College (2007), Ph.D. The University of Arizona (2014).

Eugene Harold Breitenberg, Jr., (2005), Associate Professor of Religious Studies; B.A. College of William & Mary (1977), M.M. The Catholic University of America (1983), M.Div. Union Theological Seminary in Virginia (1991), Ph.D. Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education (2004).

Timothy A. Brown, (2008), Associate Professor of Religious Studies; B.A. Wabash College (1987),M.A. New York University (1991), M. Phil. Syracuse University (1995), Ph.D. Syracuse University (2006).

Elliot Burton, (2021), Lecturer, Biology Department; B.S. James Madison University (2011); M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2016).

Jen Cadwallader, (2009), A. G. Ingram Professor of English; B.A. Alfred University (2001), M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2003), Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2009).

John McKesson Camp II, (1995), Stavros Niarchos Professor of Classics; B.A. Harvard University (1968), M.A. Princeton University (1972), Ph.D. Princeton University (1977).

YuNing Chen, (2022), Visiting Instructor of Asian Studies; B.A. National Taiwan University (2009), M.A. National Taiwan University (2012).

David A. Clark, (2008), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. Oxford University (2001), Ph.D. University of California (2008).

Erica Cline, (2021), Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. Longwood University (2008); M.S. George Washington University (2013).

Brian Coffill, (2018), Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Instrumental Ensembles; B.A. University of Connecticut (2008),B.S. University of Connecticut (2008), M.M. University of Illinois (2015), D.M.A. University of Maryland (2018).

David Cohen, (2021), Lecturer, Economics, Business, and Accounting Department; B.S. Brooklyn College (1986), M.S. Rutgers University (2020).

Joan L. Conners, (2003), Charles J. Potts Professor of Communication Studies; B.A. Marquette University (1989), M.A. Marquette University (1991), Ph.D. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (2001).

Dyanis Conrad, (2022), Assistant Professor of Education; B.A. Virginia Tech (2000), M.A. Virginia Tech (2010), Ph.D. Virginia Tech (2016).

Stephanie Coster, (2016), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. Trinity University (2002), M.S. University of New Hampshire (2008), Ph.D. University of New Hampshire (2013).

Kimberly Cox, (2020), Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. University of Virginia (2003); M.A. University of Texas (2005); Ph.D. University of Virginia (2012)

Sarah E. Cribbs, (2014), Associate Professor of Sociology; B.A. Roanoke College (1999), M.A. University of Louisville (2001), Ph.D. University of Oregon (2011).

Marisa R. Cull, (2008), Jean Renner Short Professor in the Liberal Arts and Professor of English; B.A. Capital University (2002), M.A. The Ohio State University (2004), Ph.D. The Ohio State University (2008).

Zachary Cullingsworth, (2020), Assistant Professor of Physics, Engineering, and Astrophysics; B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2016); M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2019); Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2020)

James M. Doering, (1999), Professor of Music; B.M. The College of Wooster (1990), M.M. University of North Carolina at Greensboro (1992), Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis (1998).

Rachele Dominguez, (2011), Associate Professor of Physics; B.S. College of William & Mary (2002), M.S. University of Washington (2004), Ph.D. Boston University (2010).

Maha Elouni, (2022), Assistant Professor of Computer Science; B.S. National School of Computer Science, Tunisia (2012), M.S. National School of Computer Science, Tunisia (2012), M.S. Virginia Tech (2015); Ph.D. Virginia Tech (2021).

Mine Eren, (2002), Associate Professor of German; M.A. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (1992), M.A. Brown University (1995), Ph.D. Brown University (1999).

Mehmet Ezer, (2018), Assistant Professor of Economics and Business; B.S. Middle East Technical University (2009), M.A. KOC University (2012), Ph.D. Boston College (2018).

Nancy Falciani-White, (2016), Director of the McGraw-Page Library and Professor; B.A. Wheaton College (2004), M.S. University of Illinois (2007), Ed.D. Northern Illinois University (2013).

Antonina S. Farmer, (2014), Assistant Professor of Psychology; A.B. Princeton University (2006), M.A. George Mason University (2010), Ph.D. George Mason University (2014).

Melanie Fennell, (2015), Associate Professor of Economics/Business; B.A. Stonehill College (2007), M.Sc. University College of London (2008), Ph.D. George Washington University (2014).

Michael S. Fenster, (1995), Stephen H. Watts Professor of Science, Professor of Geology and Environmental Studies; B.S. University of Mississippi (1982), M.S. University of Mississippi (1986), Ph.D. Boston University (1995).

Michael R. Fischbach, (1992), Professor of History; B.A. Northwestern University (1980), M.A. Georgetown University (1986), Ph.D. Georgetown University (1992).

Elizabeth Ann Fisher, (1987), Shelton H. Short III Professor in the Liberal Arts and Professor of Classics and Art History; B.A. College of William & Mary (1977), M.A. Florida State University (1980), Ph.D. University of Minnesota (1988).

James A. Foster, (1998), Paul Wornom Professor of Biological Sciences, Professor of Biology; B.S. Lebanon Valley College (1986), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1993).

Brittany Freelin, (2022), Assistant Professor of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology; B.A. Christopher Newport University (2014), M.A. Pennsylvania State University (2018), Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University (2022).

Elliott B. Fullmer, (2013), Associate Professor of Political Science; B.S. Villanova University (2005), M.A. Georgetown University (2010), Ph.D. Georgetown University (2013).

Kimberly M. Gerecke, (2017), Associate Professor of Psychology; B.S. Muskingum College (1994), M.A. University of Richmond (1997), Ph.D. University of Alabama at Birmingham (2004).

Scott Girdner, (2021), Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy; B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University (2001), M.A. Boston University (2004), Ph.D. Boston University (2010),

Robin M. Givens, (2016), Associate Professor of Computer Science; B.S. University of Richmond (2006), M.S. College of William & Mary (2014), Ph.D. College of William & Mary (2018).

Amy W. Goodwin, (1990), Professor of English; B.A. Allegheny College (1977), M.A. Carnegie-Mellon University (1984), Ph.D. The Ohio State University (1990).

Charles Gowan, (1996), Professor of Biology; A.S. Herkimer County Community College (1982),B.S. State University of New York (1982), M.S. Michigan State University (1984), Ph.D. Colorado State University (1995).

Erich Grant, (2020), Physician Assistant Program Director and Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1999); M.M.S. Wake Forest University School Medicine (2004)

Jill Grant, (2020), Associate Dean for Student Support and Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. College of William & Mary (2001); B.A. College of William & Mary (2001); M.S. James Madison University (2003); M.M.S. Wake Forest University School Medicine (2005)

Nora S. Green, (2004), Professor of Chemistry; B.S. Eckerd College (1996), Ph.D. The University of California, Los Angeles (2001).

Melanie Gubbels Bupp, (2009), Professor of Biology; B.S. Creighton University (2000), Ph.D. University of Colorado (2005).

Deanna Harding, (2022), Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S. University of Mary Washington (1999), B.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (2000), M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2001).

Heather Hayden, (2021), Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2005), M.S. Graceland University (2015).

Gregg Hillmar, (2002), Associate Professor of Theatre; B.A. University of Richmond (1979), M.F.A. University of Texas (1986).

Benjamin I. Huff, (2006), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. Brigham Young University (1996), M.A. University of Notre Dame (2000), Ph.D. University of Notre Dame (2006).

Alva T. Hughes, (1991), Macon and Joan Brock Professor of Psychology; B.S. Randolph-Macon College (1981), M.S. University of Maryland College Park (1985), Ph.D. University of Maryland College Park (1988).

Antonio Hunt, (2022), Assistant Professor and Director of Choral Activities; B.A. Morehouse College (1999), M.M. Georgia State University (2006), D.M.A. University of Oklahoma (2019).

Wendy Hunter, (2020), Clinical Assistant Professor; B.S. Virginia Tech (1993), B.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (1999), M.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (1999)

Nazneen Khan, (2018), Associate Professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology; B.S. Brigham Young University (2001), M.S. Brigham Young University (2004), Ph.D. University of Maryland (2011).

Kristen J. Klaaren, (1994), Professor of Psychology; B.A. Hope College (1987), M.A. University of Iowa (1989), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1993).

Matthew LaFont, (2020), Assistant Professor of Economics, Business, and Accounting; B.B.A. University of Texas at Austin, M.B.A and M.S.B.A. Texas Tech University (2012), Ph.D. Texas Tech University (2019)

Steven D. Lang, (1987), Edward W. Seese Professor of Economics; B.A. University of Pittsburgh (1982), M.A. University of Pittsburgh (1985), Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh (1990).

Kate Laws, (2022), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. Clemson University (2009), Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (2016).

Grace E. Lim-Fong, (2009), Stephen H. Watts Professor of Biology; B.S. University of California, Berkeley (1998), Ph.D. University of California, San Diego (2004).

Scott London, (2001), Associate Professor of Anthropology; B.A. Vassar College (1985), M.A. University of Arizona (1991), Ph.D. University of Arizona (1999).

Savanna M. Love, (2016), Director of Accreditation, Assessment and Accountability and Assistant Professor, Education Department; B.A. Randolph-Macon College (2010), M.A. George Mason University (2012), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2018).

Valentina Lucas, (2021), Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (1997); M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (1999); Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2012).

Kyle Maclauchlan, (2021), Visiting Instructor of Asian Studies; B.S. Florida State University (2003).

Mark G. Malvasi, (1992), Isaac Newton Vaughan Professor of History; B.A. Hiram College (1980), M.A. University of Chicago (1981), Ph.D. University of Rochester (1991).

April D. Marchetti, (2001), Garnett-Lambert Professor of Chemistry; B.S. Randolph-Macon College (1997), Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University (2001).

Laurie A. Massery, (2012), Associate Professor of Spanish; B.A. University of Massachusetts (1999), M.A. University of Massachusetts (2004), Ph.D. University of Florida (2009).

April C. Mattei, (2015), Lecturer, Chemistry Department; B.S. Randolph-Macon College (2010), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2016).

James T. McLeskey, Jr., (2015), Professor of Engineering and Physics; B.S. College of William & Mary (1986), M.S. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1989), Ph.D. University of Virginia (2003).

John W. McManus, (2014), Associate Professor of Computer Science; B.A. Randolph-Macon College (1984), M.S. College of William & Mary (1986), Ph.D. College of William & Mary (1992).

Richard J. Meagher, Jr., (2009), Professor of Political Science; B.A. Muhlenberg College (1993), M.A. City University of New York (2003), Ph.D. City University of New York (2008).

Rebecca R. Michelsen, (2005), Professor of Chemistry; B.A. Occidental College (1996), Ph.D. University of Minnesota (2002).

Alyssa Mikytuck, (2021), Assistant Professor of Psychology; B.A. University of Virginia (2013); M.S. Georgetown University (2017); Ph.D. Georgetown University (2020).

Todd S. Munson, (2003), Professor of Asian Studies; B.A. University of Massachusetts (1991), M.A. Indiana University (2000), Ph.D. Indiana University (2004).

Nthemba C. Mutua-Mambo, (2018), Assistant Professor of Communication Studies; B.A. Moi University (2002), M.A. Kean University (2007), Ph.D. University of New Mexico (2017).

Bartolo A. Natoli, (2014), Associate Professor of Classics; B.A. University of Richmond (2007), M.A. University of Texas at Austin (2009), M.Ed. Colorado State University (2012), Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin (2014).

Rance D. Necaise, (2013), Associate Professor of Computer Science; B.S. The University of Southern Mississippi (1989), M.S. The University of Southern Mississippi (1991), Ph.D. College of William & Mary (1998).

John Palesis, (2021), Visiting Professor of Computer Science; B.A. Dickinson College (1970); M.S. University of Virginia (1987); Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (1979).

Yoshiko Paris, (2016), Lecturer, Asian Studies Department; B.A. Ferris University (2005).

Susan W. Parker, (2004), Associate Provost and Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Psychology; B.A. University of Richmond (1997), Ph.D. University of Minnesota (2002).

Deitra Payne, (2021), Lecturer, Economics, Business, and Accounting Department; B.A. University of the District of Columbia (1993); M.A. Bowie State University (1998); Ph.D. Capella University (2005).

Amber Peacock, (2013), Associate Professor of Education; B.A. Texas Tech University (1991), M.S. Texas Tech University (1993), M.Ed. James Madison University (1995), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2015).

Thomas Peyser, (1994), Professor of English and Director of Writing; A.B. Harvard University (1984), M.A. University of Virginia (1987), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1992).

Donald C. Polaski, (2013), Associate Professor of Religious Studies; B.A. Furman University (1986), M.A. Duke University (1987), M.D. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (1990), Ph.D. Duke University (1997).

Laurie A. Preston, (2005), Head of Reference in the McGraw-Page Library and Associate Professor; B.A. State University of New York at Albany (1984), M.S. Simmons College (1989).

Benjamin S. Ramage, (2013), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. University of Massachusetts (2001), Ph.D. University of California (2011).

Morgan Randolph, (2022), Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; Doctor of Pharmacy, East Tennessee State University (2012).

Patricia Reagan, (2008), Professor of Spanish; B.A. Hood College (2002), M.A. University of Virginia (2004), Ph.D. University of Virginia (2008).

Renee Reisenweaver, (2021), Lecturer, Physics, Engineering, and Astrophysics Department; B.S. Grove City College (1992), M.S. The College of William and Mary (1994).

Adrian C. Rice, (1999), Dorothy and Muscoe Garnett Professor of Mathematics; B.S. University College, London (1992), M.S. King’s College, London (1993), Ph.D. Middlesex University (1997).

Cedar Riener, (2009), Professor of Psychology; B.A. Harvard University (1998), Ph.D. University of Virginia (2007).

Michelle Rittenhouse, (2012), Visiting Instructor of Mathematics; B.S. University of Pittsburgh (1989), M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2008).

Raina Stefanova Robeva, (2015), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. Sofia University (1983), M.S. Sofia University (1985), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1997).

Debra Rodman, (2004), Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women’s Studies; B.A. University of Miami (1994), M.A. University of Miami (1998), Ph.D. University of Florida (2006).

Michael Rodruck, (2021), Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, Engineering, and Astrophysics; B.S., University of Washington (2009), Ph.D. Penn State University (2021).

Thomas C. Rose, (2018), Assistant Professor of Classics; B.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2000), M.A. East Carolina University (2004), M.A. University of Iowa (2010), Ph.D. University of Iowa (2015).

Alisa J. Rosenthal, (2019), Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Political Science; B.A. Beloit College (1994), M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison (1995), Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison (2001).

Cynthia Rubenstein, (2018), Founding Chair of the Nursing Department; B.S.N. University of Virginia (1992), M.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (1997), Ph.D. Villanova University (2010).

Nicholas J. Ruppel, (2013), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. Miami (OH) University (2001), Ph.D. Indiana University (2008).

John Salley, (2022), Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. Randolph-Macon College (1976), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1980), M.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1996).

Jeremy Sauer, (2021), Medical Director and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2003), M.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2007).

Ray C. Schmidt, (2017), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S. South Dakota State University (2005), M.S. Texas A&M University (2008), Ph.D. Tulane University (2014).

Serge Schreiner, (1986), Dudley P. and Patricia C. Jackson Professor of Chemistry and Co-director of the Office of Undergraduate Research; B.S. Miami University (1980), Ph.D. Clarkson University (1990).

Maria M. Scott, (1992), Professor of English; B.A. University of California at Los Angeles (1979), A.A. American Academy of Dramatic Arts (1982), M.A. University of Chicago (1988), Ph.D. University of Chicago (1992).

Breyanna Seabrooks, (2021), Visiting Instructor of Biology; B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (2015), M.S. Eastern Virginia Medical School (2019).

Lori Shelton, (2021), Director of Preclinical Education and Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. James Madison University (2002), M.S. Wake Forest University of Medicine (2006).

Edward D. Showalter, (2001), Professor of Management; B.A. Randolph-Macon College (1984), M.B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University (1990), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1997).

Paul J. Sikkar, (2011), Instructor of Accounting; B.S. George Mason University (1988), M.B.A. James Madison University (1990).

Kristina M. Soric, (2018), Senior Lecturer, Modern Language Department; B.A. University of Toledo (2008), M.A. The Ohio State University (2012), Ph.D. The Ohio State University (2017).

Catherine L. Staples, (1995), Professor of Accounting; B.B.A. College of William & Mary (1981), Ph.D. University of North Carolina (1990).

Traci L. Stevens, (2004), Professor of Biology; B.S. University of Northern Iowa (1993), Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis (1998).

Brian Sutton, (2005), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. Virginia Tech (2001), Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005).

Elias Taylor-Cornejo, (2020), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.A. University of Colorado, Boulder (2010), Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (2016)

Sandrine F. Teixidor, (2004), Professor of French; Université de Paris VII (1996), M.A. Ohio University (1998), Ph.D. Duke University (2004).

Evie Terrono, (1990), Professor of Art History and Co-director of the Office of Undergraduate Research; B.A. University of Crete (1984), M.A. Queens College (1986), Ph.D. The City University of New York (2001).

John D. Thoburn, (2003), Professor of Chemistry; B.S. Haverford College (1984), M.S. University of California (1988), Ph.D. University of California (1991).

Anne R. Throckmorton, (2008), Associate Professor of History; B.A. University of Virginia (1986), M.A. Emerson College (1988), M.A. University of Virginia (2005), Ph.D. University of Virginia (2011).

La Toria H. Tookes, (2017), Lecturer, Computer Science Department; B.S. Georgia Southwestern State University (1986), M.S. Nova Southeastern University (1999), Ed.D. Nova Southeastern University (2011).

Laura Tudor, (2022), Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S. University of Virginia (2012), M.MS. Northwestern University (2016).

Brian Turner, (1996), Professor of Political Science; B.A. University of South Carolina at Columbia (1980), M.A. University of Denver (1983), Ph.D. Tulane University (1992).

Christine Turner, (2022), Clinical Professor of Nursing; B.A. University of Virginia (1988), M.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (2001), Ph.D. University of Phoenix (2015).

Laura A. Vasel, (2019), Assistant Director of Nursing and Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S.N. College of New Jersey (1996), M.S.N. Virginia Commonwealth University (2002), Ph.D. Mercer University (2020).

Robert Volpicelli, (2015), Associate Professor of English; B.A. Ithaca College (2009), M.A. The Pennsylvania State University (2011), Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University (2014).

Laura Jo-Han Wen, (2017), Assistant Professor of Chinese; B.A. National Taiwan University (2006), M.A. National Chengchi University (2010), M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison (2012), Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison (2016).

Alexander Wiedemann, (2021), Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.A. Tusculum University (2013); Ph.D. University of South Carolina (2019)

Deonna Woolard, (1999), Professor of Physics; B.S. Bethany College (1992), M.S. College of William & Mary (1994), Ph.D. College of William & Mary (1999).

Lynda W. Wright, (2005), Head of Technical Services in the McGraw-Page Library and Associate Professor; B.A. University of the South (1981), M.A. University of Virginia (1983), M.S. Columbia University (1987).

Diana Yesbeck, (2012), Associate Professor of Education; B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (1988), M.Ed. University of Virginia (2004), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (2011).

Dewen Zhang, (2013), Associate Professor of History; B.A. Fudan University (2000), M.A. University of Maryland (2002), Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook (2013).

Zizi Zhang, (1995), Head of Media and Instructional Support, Director of Instructional Technology, and Associate Professor; B.A. Nanjing University (1988), M.A. The University of Iowa (1994), M.A. The University of Iowa (1995).

Professors Emeriti

Robert H.P. Baerent, (1972), Professor of German; B.A. University of Maryland (1964), M.A. University of Kentucky (1968), Ph.D. University of Connecticut (1978).

Joseph Beatty, (1983), Professor of Philosophy; B.A. LaSalle College (1963), M.A. Johns Hopkins University (1964), M.A. Haverford College (1966), Ph.D. Northwestern University (1972).

Austin Francis Xavier Bishop, (1964), Associate Professor of Mathematics; B.S. Randolph- Macon College (1962), M.S. University of Utah (1964).

Jennifer E. Bruce, (1999), Director of Instruction Higgins Academic Center and Associate Professor of Education; B.S. Murray State University (1969), M.Ed. University of Louisville (1972), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1995).

Benjamin A. Burrell, (1986), Associate Professor of Computer Science; B.A. College of the Holy Cross (1964), M.S. The Ohio State University (1966), Ph.D. The Ohio State University (1975), M.S. Virginia Commonwealth University (1985).

Arthur F. Conway, (1979), Professor of Biology; B.S. College of William & Mary (1968), Ph.D. University of Miami (1973).

Gregory Neil Daugherty, (1976), Shelton H. Short III Professor in the Liberal Arts and Professor of Classics; B.A. University of Richmond (1970), M.A. Vanderbilt University (1975), Ph.D. Vanderbilt University (1977).

Brenda M. Davis, (1985), Professor of Education; B.A. University of Richmond (1977), M.A. University of Richmond (1979), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1982).

Amy Vanderlyn deGraff, (1978), Professor of French; B.A. University of Michigan (1964), M.A. University of Illinois (1968), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1978).

Patricia Long Dementi, (1975), Professor of Biology; B.S. Westhampton College (1963), M.S. Medical College of Virginia (1967).

Elsa Q. Falls, (1978), Associate Professor of Biology; B.A. Westhampton College (1964), M.A. University of Richmond (1972).

William T. Franz, (1983), Professor of Physics; B.S. Muhlenberg College (1976), M.S. University of Delaware (1978), Ph.D. University of Delaware (1981).

Brenda G. Gilman, (1988), Associate Professor of Education; B.S. Longwood College (1967), M.Ed. Virginia Commonwealth University (1979), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1996).

Aouicha E. Hilliard, (1977), Professor of French; Licence es Lettres, Universite d’Alger (1969), M.A. University of Rhode Island (1971), Ph.D. University of Rochester (1976).

Alphine Jefferson, (2005), Professor of History; A.B. University of Chicago (1973), M.A. Duke University (1975), Ph.D. Duke University (1979).

Bruce Lee King, (1975), Associate Professor of Biology; B.S. University of Mississippi (1967), M.S. University of Georgia (1971), Ph.D. University of Georgia (1975).

C. Barry Knisley, (1979), The Paul H. Wornom Professor of Biological Sciences; B.S. Pennsylvania State University, M.S. (1966) and Ph.D. Rutgers University (1969).

Carroll LaHaye, (1982), Associate Professor of Physical Eduction and Head Women's Basketball Coach; B.S. University of Maine at Machias (1977).

Charles J. Leska, (2001), Professor of Computer Science; B.S. LeMoyne College (1969), M.A. University of Vermont (1971), Ph.D. Syracuse University (1975).

George S. Lowry, (1984), Professor of Business; B.A. Morris Harvey College, University of Charleston (1975), M.S. Radford University (1977), Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University (1992).

Mark R. Malin, (1997), Professor of Spanish; B.A. University of Colorado (1983), M.A. University of Colorado (1990), Ph.D. University of Colorado (1996).

Roger H. Martin, (1997), President Emeritus and Professor of History; B.A. Drew University (1965) Edinburgh University (1966-1967), B.D. Yale University (1968), D. Phil. Oxford University (1974).

William Wallace Martin, (1971), Stephen H. Watts Professor of Biology; B.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1966), Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1970).

Joe Mattys, (1990), Professor of Theatre and Director of the First-Year Experience; B.A. Colorado College (1967), M.A. Illinois State University (1969), M.F.A. University of Virginia (1978).

Daniel Vincent McCaffrey, (1975), Professor of Classics; A.B. Fordham University (1968), Ph.D. University of Michigan (1974).

Stuart Benton Monroe, (1965), Professor of Chemistry; B.S. Randolph-Macon College (1956), Ph.D. University of Florida (1962).

Ronald Lawrence Moore, (1967), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. Randolph-Macon College (1961), M.A. University of Virginia (1964), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1966).

Brian Wesley Moores, (1980), Professor of Chemistry; B.S. Bates College (1963), M.S. University of Illinois (1965), Ph.D. University of Illinois (1968).

Ladell Payne, (1979), President Emeritus and Professor of English; B.A. Samford University (1955), M.A. Louisiana State University (1956),Ph.D. Stanford University (1966).

C. Barry Pfitzner, (1982), Edward W. Seese Professor of Economics; B.S. Bridgewater College (1970), M.A. Old Dominion University (1972), Ph.D. The Catholic University of America (1983).

Thomas William Porter, (1974), Professor of History; B.A. Northern Illinois University (1965), M.A. Northern Illinois University (1968), Ph.D. Northern Illinois University (1972).

John R. Rabung, (1982), Professor of Computer Science; B.A. University of Akron (1965), M.A. Washington State University (1967), Ph.D. Washington State University (1969).

Robert J. Resnick, (1996), Professor of Psychology; B.A. Syracuse University (1962), M.A. Temple University (1963), Ph.D. University of Tennessee (1968).

James Edward Scanlon, (1968), Professor of History; A.B. Georgetown University (1962), M.A. University of Wisconsin (1965), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1969).

Edward John Schmidt, (1967), Associate Professor of Economics; B.A. Iona College (1964), M.A. University of Maryland (1967).

Theodore F. Sheckels, Jr., (1980), Charles J. Potts Professor of Social Science and Professor of English and Communication Studies; B.S. Duquesne University (1972), M.A. Pennsylvania State University (1974), Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University (1979).

George F. Spagna, Jr., (1986), Associate Professor of Physics and Director of the Keeble Observatory; B.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1973), M.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1982), Ph.D. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1986).

Bruce Torrence, (1993), Professor of Mathematics; B.A. Tufts University (1985), M.A. University of Maryland (1987), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1991).

Eve A. Torrence, (1994), Professor of Mathematics; B.S. Tufts University (1985), M.A. University of Virginia (1988), Ph.D. University of Virginia (1991).

Donna S. Turney, (1985), Associate Professor of Philosophy; B.A. State University of New York at Plattsburgh (1976), Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (1985).

Ronald David Ward, (1958), Professor of the Arts; B.A. University of Richmond (1957), M.M. University of Illinois (1958), Ph.D. The Catholic University of America (1973).

Ritchie D. Watson, Jr., (1970), A. G. Ingram Professor of English; A.B. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1965), M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1967), Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1973).

Helmut Werner, (1962), Professor of Physical Education; B.S. Lynchburg College (1961).

Michael G. Wessells, (1981), Professor of Psychology; B.A. Roanoke College (1970), M.A. University of Massachusetts (1973), Ph.D. University of Massachusetts (1974).

Frederick Robert Worth, (1976), Associate Professor of Spanish; B.A. Haverford College (1963), M.A. University of Pittsburgh (1966), Ph.D. Harvard University (1973).

Virginia Ella Young, (2000), Director of the McGraw-Page Library and Professor; B.A. Rice University (1970), M.L.S. University of Alabama (1990), Ph.D. University of Alabama (1997).