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            EMERITI

 Tom Gerety, President and Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus.   B.A. (1969), M.Phil. (1974), J.D. (1976), Ph.D. (1976) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1995) Amherst College; L.H.D. (hon.1996) Doshisha University; LL.D. (hon. 1995) Williams College, (hon. 2001) Wesleyan University, (hon. 2003) Amherst College.

 Anthony W. Marx, President and Professor of Political Science, Emeritus.  B.A. (1981) Yale College; M.P.A. (1986), M.A. (1987), Ph.D. (1990) Princeton University; L.H.D. (hon. 2004) Williams College; A.M. (hon. 2004) Amherst College; L.H.D. (2006) Doshisha University ; L.H.D. (2012) Amherst College.

 Peter R. Pouncey, President and Edwin F. and Jessie Burnell Fobes Professor in Greek (Classics), Emeritus.  B.A. (1964), M.A. (1967) Oxford University; Ph.D. (1969) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College; L.H.D. (hon. 1987) Doshisha University, (hon. 1990) Trinity College; LL.D. (hon. 1985) Williams College, (hon. 1989) Wesleyan University, (hon. 1995) Amherst College.

 

Hadley P. Arkes, Edward N. Ney Professor in American Institutions (Political Science), Emeritus.  B.Abrian (1962) University of Illinois; Ph.D. (1967) University of Chicago; A.M. (hon. 1977) Amherst College.

Lawrence Alan Babb, Willem Schupf Professor of Asian Languages and Civilizations and Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus.  B.A. (1963) University of Michigan; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1969) University of Rochester; A.M. (hon. 1980) Amherst College.

Michèle A. Barale, Thalheimer Professor of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies, Emerita.  B.A. (1968), M.A. (1975) Loyola University; Ph.D. (1983) University of Colorado; A.M. (hon. 2002) Amherst College.

Robert J. Bezucha, George Daniel Olds Professor of Economics and Social Institutions (History), Emeritus. B.A. (1962) Lawrence University; M.A. (1963), Ph.D. (1968) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 1981) Amherst College.

Michael Birtwistle, Stanley King 1903 Professor of Dramatic Arts (Theater and Dance), Emeritus.  B.A. (1960) Wesleyan University; M.F.A. (1962), Ph.D. (1967) Tulane University; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College.

Ute T. Brandes, Georges Lurcy Professor of German.  B.A. (1972), M.A. (1974) University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. (1982) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1993) Amherst College.

Willis E. Bridegam, Jr., Librarian of the College, Emeritus.  B.Mus. (1957) Eastman School of Music; M.S. (1964) Syracuse University; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College.

John A. Cameron, Professor of English, Emeritus. B.B.A. (1952), M.A. (1957), Ph.D. (1963) Yale University; Diploma (1955) University of Edinburgh; A.M. (hon. 1970) Amherst College.

Jay L. Caplan, Professor of French, Emeritus.  A.B. (1967) Oberlin College; M.A. (1969), Ph.D. (1973) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1991) Amherst College.

Mallorie Chernin, Senior Lecturer in Music. B.Mus. (1976) University of Wisconsin; M.Mus. (1978) Westminster Choir College.

Howell D. Chickering, Jr., G. Armour Craig Professor of Language and Literature, Emeritus.  B.A. (1959) Dartmouth College; Ph.D. (1965) Indiana University; A.M. (hon. 1976) Amherst College.

Carol C. Clark, William McCall Vickery 1957 Professor of the History of Art and American Studies, Emerita.  A.B. (1969), M.A. (1971) University of Michigan; Ph.D. (1981) Case Western Reserve University; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Richard J. Cody, Eliza J. Clark Folger Professor of English, Emeritus. B.A. (1952) University of London (University College, Southampton); M.A. (1958), Ph.D. (1961) University of Minnesota; A.M. (hon. 1968) Amherst College.

Constance S. Congdon, Playwright-in-Residence, Emerita.  B.A. (1969) University of Colorado; M.F.A. (1982) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Margery C. Coombs, Adjunct Professor of Geology, Emerita.  A.B. (1967) Oberlin College; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1973) Columbia University.

David A. Cox, William J. Walker Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus.  B.A. (1970) Rice University; Ph.D. (1975) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 1988) Amherst College.

Peter Czap, Jr., Henry Winkley Professor of History, Emeritus. B.A. (1953) Rutgers University; Ph.D. (1959) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 1973) Amherst College.

Jerry P. Dennerline, Olin Professor in Asian Studies (History and Asian Languages and Civilizations) Emeritus.  B.A. (1964) Wabash College; M.A. (1966), Ph.D. (1973) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

Jan E. Dizard, Charles Hamilton Houston Professor in American Culture (Sociology), Emeritus. B.A. (1962) University of Minnesota at Duluth; M.A. (1964), Ph.D. (1967) University of Chicago; A.M. (hon. 1978) Amherst College.

Robert Doran, Samuel Williston Professor of Greek and Hebrew (Religion).  S.T.Lect. (1967) Blackfriars Seminary; S.T.Lic. (1970) Universita di S. Tommaso; L.S.S. (1971) Pontifical Biblical Institute; Th.D. (1977) Harvard Divinity School; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

Richard D. Fink, George H. Corey Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus.  A.B. (1958) Harvard University; Ph.D. (1962) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. (hon. 1971) Amherst College; L.H.D. (1988) Doshisha University.

Stephen A. George, The Manwell Family Professor of Life Sciences (Biology and Neuroscience), Emeritus.  B.S. (1964) University of British Columbia; Ph.D. (1970) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

Richard A. Goldsby, Thomas B. Walton Jr. Memorial Professor of Biology, Emeritus. B.A. (1957) University of Kansas; Ph.D. (1961) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College.

Peter J. Gooding, Parmly Billings Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education, Emeritus.  D.L.C. (1964) Loughborough College; M.S. (1967) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; A.M. (hon. 1981) Amherst College.

Joel E. Gordon, Stone Professor of Natural Science (Physics), Emeritus.  A.B. (1952) Harvard University; Ph.D. (1958) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 1969) Amherst College.

George S. Greenstein, Sidney Dillon Professor of Astronomy, Emeritus.  B.S. (1962) Stanford University; Ph.D. (1968) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1983) Amherst College.

Allen Guttmann, Emily C. Jordan Folger Professor of English and American Studies, Emeritus.  B.A. (1953) University of Florida; M.A. (1956) Columbia University; Ph.D. (1961) University of Minnesota; A.M. (hon. 1971) Amherst College.

Leah D. Hewitt, Professor of French, Emerita.  B.A. (1972) Kent State University; M.A. (1974), Ph.D. (1979) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 1995) Amherst College.flensh

Robert C. Hilborn, Amanda and Lisa Cross Professor of Physics, Emeritus.  B.A. (1966) Lehigh University; M.A. (1967), Ph.D. (1971) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

Jenny L. Kallick, Professor of Music, Emerita.  B. Mus. (1969) University of Southern California; M.M.A. (1973) Yale School of Music; M.Phil. (1986), Ph.D. (1987) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1996) Amherst College.

Thomas R. Kearns, William H. Hastie Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought, Emeritus.  A.B. (1959) University of Illinois; LL.B. (1962), M.A. (1964) University of California at Berkeley; Ph.D. (1968) University of Wisconsin; A.M. (hon. 1981) Amherst College.

Carol W. Keller, Professor of Art.  B.A. (1974) Manchester College; M.F.A. (1980) Boston University School for the Arts; A.M. (hon. 2005) Amherst College.

Heinz Kohler, Willard Long Thorp Professor of Economics, Emeritus.  B.A. (1956) Free University of Berlin; M.A. (1958), Ph.D. (1961) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 1969) Amherst College.

Allen Kropf, Julian H. Gibbs Professor in the Natural and Mathematical Sciences (Chemistry), Emeritus.  B.S. (1951) Queens College; Ph.D. (1954) University of Utah; A.M. (hon. 1969) Amherst College.

Joseph N. Kushick, Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus.  A.B. (1969) Columbia College; Ph.D. (1975) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1988) Amherst College.

Hua R. Lan, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations, Emeritus.  B.A. (1965), M.A. (1965) Shanghai Normal University; M.Ed. (1987), Ed.D. (1990) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

N. Gordon Levin, Jr., Dwight Morrow Professor of History and American Studies, Emeritus.  B.A. (1956) Yale University; Ph.D. (1967) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1975) Amherst College.

Benson Lieber, Senior Lecturer in Intensive Writing.  B.A. (1972) Columbia College; M.A. (1974), M.Phil. (1978) Columbia University.

Peter Lobdell, Senior Resident Artist in the Department of Theater and Dance, Emeritus.  A.B. (1968) Amherst College.

James E. Maraniss, Professor of Spanish, Emeritus.  B.A. (1966), M.A. (1967) Harvard University; Ph.D. (1975) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College.

Aida Y. Nawar, Senior Lecturer in French, Emerita.  B.A. (1969) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; M.A. (1972) Smith College; Ph.D. (1984) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Walter E. Nicholson, Ward H. Patton Professor of Economics, Emeritus.  B.A. (1964) Williams College; Ph.D. (1970) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. (hon. 1978) Amherst College.

Barry F. O’Connell, James E. Ostendarp Professor of English, Emeritus.  B.A. (1966) Harvard College; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1976) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

Dale E. Peterson, Eliza J. Clark Folger Professor of English and Russian, Emeritus.  B.A. (1963) Harvard University; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1971) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1981) Amherst College.

Dominic L. Poccia, Rufus Tyler Lincoln Professor of Biology, EmeritusB.S. (1967) Union College; A.M. (1968), Ph.D. (1971) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

William H. Pritchard, Henry Clay Folger Professor of English, Emeritus.  A.B. (1953) Amherst College; M.A. (1956), Ph.D. (1960) Harvard University.

Stanley J. Rabinowitz, Henry Steele Commager Professor (Russian), Emeritus.  A.B. (1967) City University of New York (Brooklyn College); A.M. (1969), Ph.D. (1975) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

David I. Ratner, Alfred Sargent Lee 1941 and Mary Farley Ames Lee Professor of Biology, Emeritus.  B.S., M.S. (1968) Yale University; Ph.D. (1975) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1994) Amherst College.

Robert H. Romer, Professor of Physics, Emeritus.  A.B. (1952) Amherst College; Ph.D. (1955) Princeton University.

Ronald C. Rosbottom, Winifred L. Arms Professor in the Arts and Humanities and Professor of French and European Studies.  B.A. (1964) Tulane University; M.A. (1966), Ph.D. (1969) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

Andrea B. Rushing, Professor of Black Studies and English, Emerita.  B.A. (1962) Queens College, City University of New York; M.A. (1970) Simmons College; Ph.D. (1983) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

Martha Saxton, Professor of History and Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies, Emerita.  B.A. (1967) University of Chicago; Ph.D. (1989) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 2008) Amherst College.

Viktoria A. Schweitzer, Senior Lecturer in Russian, Emerita.  M.A. (1955) Moscow State University.

John W. Servos, Anson D. Morse 1871 Professor in History.  A.B. (1972) Columbia College; Ph.D. (1979) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Marc S. Silver, Massachusetts Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus.  B.A. (1955) Harvard  University; Ph.D. (1959) California Institute of Technology; A.M. (hon. 1969) Amherst College.

David R. Sofield, Samuel Williston Professor of English, Emeritus.  B.A. (1957) Princeton University; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1971) Stanford University; A.M. (hon. 1977) Amherst College.

Charles A. Sorenson, Professor of Psychology (Neuroscience), Emeritus.  B.A. (1966) University of California at Berkeley; Ph.D. (1971) University of California at Los Angeles; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

M. Lewis Spratlan, Peter R. Pouncey Professor of Music, Emeritus.  B.A. (1962), M.Mus. (1965) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1980) Amherst College.

Norton Starr, Brian E. Boyle 1969 Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emeritus.  A.B. (1958) Harvard College; Ph.D. (1964) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. (hon. 1978) Amherst College.

Kevin M. Sweeney, Professor of American Studies and History, Emeritus.  B.A. (1972) Williams College; M.A. (1973), M.Phil. (1975), Ph.D. (1986) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 2000) Amherst College.

Jane A. Taubman, Professor of Russian, Emerita.  B.A. (1964) Radcliffe College; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1972) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1989) Amherst College.

William C. Taubman, Bertrand Snell Professor of Political Science, Emeritus.  B.A. (1962) Harvard College; M.A. (1965), Ph.D. (1969) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1978) Amherst College.   

William E. Thurston, Professor of Physical Education, Emeritus.  B.S. (1957), M.S. (1962) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 1979) Amherst College.

Ronald S. Tiersky, Joseph B. Eastman 1904 Professor of Political Science, Emeritus.  B.A. (1966) University of Illinois; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1972) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

Robert C. Townsend, Class of 1959 Professor of English, Emeritus.  B.A. (1957) Princeton University; M.A. (1959) Cambridge University; Ph.D. (1962) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1974) Amherst College.

Joel M. Upton, Professor of Art and the History of Art, Emeritus.  A.B. (1963) Rutgers University; M.A. (1968), Ph.D. (1972) Bryn Mawr College; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

Daniel J. Velleman, Julian H. Gibbs 1946 Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus.  B.A. (1976) Dartmouth College; M.A. (1977), Ph.D. (1980) University of Wisconsin; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Jonathan M. Vogel, George Lyman Crosby 1896 Professor in Philosophy, Emeritus.  B.A. (1976), Ph.D. (1986) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1998) Amherst College.

Helen von Schmidt, Senior Lecturer in English, Emerita.  A.B. (1978) Amherst College.

Frank H. Westhoff, Professor of Economics, Emeritus.  S.B. (1969) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.Ph. (1971), M.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1974) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1985) Amherst College.

Donald O. White, Professor of German, Emeritus.  B.A. (1953), M.A. (1956), Ph.D. (1963) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1970) Amherst College.

Patrick Williamson, Edward H. Harkness Professor of Biology, Emeritus.  B.A. (1970) Beloit College; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1974) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

David W. Wills, John E. Kirkpatrick 1951 Professor of Religion, Emeritus.  A.B. (1962) Yale University; B.D. (1966) Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D. (1975) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1983) Amherst College.

Geoffrey R. Woglom, Richard S. Volpert 1956 Professor of Economics.  B.A. (1968) Yale College; M.Ph. (1970), Ph.D. (1974) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

Beth V. Yarbrough, Willard Long Thorp Professor of Economics, Emerita.  B.S. (1977) University of Texas; M.A. (1980), Ph.D. (1983) University of Washington; A.M. (hon. 1993) Amherst College.

Arthur G. Zajonc, Professor of Physics, Emeritus.  B.S.E. (1971), M.S. (1973), Ph.D. (1976) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 1991) Amherst College.

William F. Zimmerman, Professor of Biology, Emeritus.  B.A. (1960), Ph.D. (1966) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 1980) Amherst College.

 

            FACULTY

Arianne G. Abela, Director of the Choral Music Program and Lecturer in Music.  A.B. (2008) Smith College; M.M. (2010) Yale University School of Music; D.M.A. (2016) University of Michigan School of Music.

Rowland O. Abiodun, John C. Newton Professor of the History of Art and Black Studies. B.A. (1965) Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria; M.A. (1969) University of Toronto; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Anna J. Abramson, Assistant Professor of English.  A.B. (2007) Brown University; Ph.D. (2016) University of California at Berkeley.

Scott P. Alfeld, Assistant Professor of Computer Science. B.S. (2008) University of Utah; M.S. (2015), Ph.D. (2017) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Ryan J. Alvarado, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.A. (2008) William Jewell College; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2015) University of Missouri at Columbia.

Heba Arafah, Five College Lecturer in Arabic.  B.A. (2003), M.A. (2006) Jordan University of Science and Technology; Ph.D. (2020) University of London.

Gabriel A. Arboleda, Associate Professor of Art and the History of Art and Architectural Studies. Arquitecto (1998) Universidad del Valle, Colombia; M.S. (2005) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. (2012) University of California at Berkeley.

Elizabeth J. Aries, Clarence Francis 1910 Professor of Social Sciences (Psychology).  B.A. (1969) University of Michigan; M.A. (1971), Ph.D. (1973) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1989) Amherst College.

Robert Augustine, Visiting Lecturer in Biology.  B.Sc. (2005) State University of New York at Binghamton; Ph.D. (2011) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Felicity Aulino, Five College Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology.  A.B. (2000) Harvard University; M.Ph. (2004) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ph.D. (2012) Harvard University.

Tatyana Babyonyshev, Senior Lecturer in Russian. M.A. (1983) Moscow State University.

Brittney E. Bailey,  Assistant Professor of Statistics.  B.A. (2010) Messiah College; M.S. (2012), Ph.D. (2018) Ohio State University.

Carol Y.  Bailey, Visiting Associate Professor of Black Studies.  B.A. (1997) University of the West Indies; M.A. (1998) Clark University; Ph.D. (2007) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

John-Paul Baird, Professor of Psychology (Neuroscience).  B.Sc. (1992) University of Toronto; M.A. (1993), Ph.D. (1997) University of Pennsylvania; A.M. (hon. 2015) Amherst College.

Brian H. Baisa, Associate Professor of Economics.  B.S. (2008) University of Michigan; M.A. (2010), M.Phil. (2011), Ph.D. (2013) Yale University.

Utku B. Balaban, Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology.  B.A. (2002) Boğaziçi University; M.A. (2005), Ph.D. (2011) State University of New York at Binghamton.

Lloyd D. Barba, Assistant Professor of Religion.  B.A. (2009) University of the Pacific at Stockton; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2016) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Daniel P. Barbezat, Ward H. Patton Professor of Economics.  B.A. (1982) Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; M.S. (1984), Ph.D. (1988) University of Illinois at Champaign; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Anders Bartonek, STINT Fellow in Philosophy.  Ph.D. (2011) Södertörns University.

Ronald D. Bashford, Associate Professor of Theater and Dance.  A.B. (1988) Amherst College; M.F.A.  (1992) University of Delaware.

Amrita Basu, Domenic J. Paino 1955 Professor of Political Science and of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies.  B.A. (1975) Cornell University; M.A. (1977), M.Phil. (1978), Ph.D. (1984) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1994) Amherst College.

Danielle L. Benedetto, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics.  B.A. (1994) Colby College; Sc.M. (1996), Ph.D. (1999) Brown University.

Robert L. Benedetto, William J. Walker Professor of Mathematics.  A.B. (1993) Harvard University; Sc.M. (1996), Ph.D. (1998) Brown University; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Wendy H. Bergoffen,  Senior Lecturer in American Studies.  A.B. (1992) University of Georgia; M.A. (1995) Florida State University; Ph.D. (2004) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Rachel E. Bernard, Assistant Professor of Geology.  B.S.E. (2009) Princeton University; Ph.D. (2018) University of Texas at Austin.

Dan Bernitt, Visiting Lecturer in English.  B.A. (2008) University of Kentucky; M.F.A. (2011) The New School.

Anthony C. Bishop, Professor of Chemistry.  B.A. (1993) University of California at San Diego; Ph.D. (2000) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 2015) Amherst College.

G. Jacob Blackwood, Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.S. (2009) Georgia Institute of Technology; M.A. (2015), Ph.D. (2018) University of Maryland at College Park.

Anson L. Bosman, Associate Professor of English.  B.A. (1990) University of Cape Town, South Africa; B.A. (1992) University of Witwatersrand; Ph.D. (2000) Stanford University.

Ellen R. Boucher, Associate Professor of History.  B.A. (2000) University of Michigan; M.A. (2002), Ph.D. (2008) Columbia University.

Stefan Bradley, Professor of Black Studies and of History.  B.A. Gonzaga University; M.A. Washington State University at Pulman; Ph.D. University of Missouri at Columbia.

Michaela J. Brangan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought.  B.A. University of Washington; J.D. Yeshiva University; M.A., Ph.D. (2018) Cornell University.

Sara J. Brenneis, Professor of Spanish.  B.A. (1998) Wesleyan University; M.A. (2002), Ph.D. (2007) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 2019) Amherst College.

Daniel Brooks, Five College Lecturer in Russian.  B.A. (2007) Hampshire College; M.A. (2009), Ph.D. (2015) University of California at Berkeley.

Lisa Brooks,  Henry S. Poler 1959 Presidential Teaching Professor of English and American Studies.  B.A. (1993) Goddard College; M.A. (1998) Boston College; Ph.D. (2004) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2018) Amherst College.

Fumiko U. Brown, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations (Japanese).  B.A. (1989) International Christian University, Tokyo; M.A. (2005) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Kristin Bumiller, George Daniel Olds Professor of Economic and Social Institutions (Political Science).  B.A. (1979), M.A. (1979) Northwestern University; Ph.D. (1984) University of Wisconsin at Madison; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Sandra L. Burkett, Associate Professor of Chemistry.  A.B. (1990) Princeton University; Ph.D. (1995) California Institute of Technology.

Gregory S. Call, Peter R. Pouncey Professor of Mathematics.  A.B. (1980) Dartmouth College; A.M. (1981), Ph.D. (1986) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Dwight A. Carey,  Assistant Professor of the History of Art.  B.A. (2006) Oberlin College; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2016) University of California at Los Angeles.

Ana Candida Carneiro, Visiting Artist in Playwriting.  B.A. (2000) University of São Paulo; Ph.D. (2015) Catholic University of Milan.

Ashley R. Carter, Associate Professor of Physics.  B.S., B.S.E. (2002) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; M.S., Ph.D. (2008) University of Colorado at Boulder.

Stephen F. Cartier, Lecturer in Chemistry.  B.S. (1985) Boston College; Ph.D. (1995) Pennsylvania State University.

Miguel A. Castillo Le Maitre, Visiting Instructor in Theater and Dance.  B.A. (2018) Middlebury College; M.F.A. (2021) Smith College.

Rachael Chase, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1996) Oberlin College; M.Arch. (2006) Rhode Island School of Design.

John T. Cheney, Samuel A. Hitchcock Professor of Mineralogy and Geology.  B.A. (1970), M.A. (1972) University of Montana; Ph.D. (1975) University of Wisconsin at Madison; A.M. (hon. 1987) Amherst College.

Michael C. Ching, Associate Professor of Mathematics.  B.A. (2000), M.A. (2004) University of Cambridge, Trinity College; Ph.D. (2005) Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Nusrat S. Chowdhury, Associate Professor of Anthropology.  B.A. (1998) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; M.A. (2002) University of Texas at Austin; Ph.D. (2011) University of Chicago.

Alicia J. Mireles Christoff, Associate Professor of English.  B.A. (2004), M.A. (2005) New York University; Ph.D. (2011) Princeton University.

Catherine A. Ciepiela, Howard M. and Martha P. Mitchell Professor of Russian.  A.B. (1983) Amherst College; M.A. (1985), Ph.D. (1992) Yale University.

Sonya Y. Clark,  Winifred L. Arms Professor in the Arts and Humanities and Professor of Art and the History of Art.  A.B. (1989) Amherst College; B.F.A. (1993) Art Institute of Chicago; M.F.A. (1995) Cranbrook Academy of Art; D.A. (hon. 2015) Amherst College. 

Nathan Clayburn, Visiting Instructor of Physics.  B.S. (2010) Nebraska Wesleyan University; M.S. (2012), Ph.D. (2017) University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

Ethan D. Clotfelter, Rufus Tyler Lincoln Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1991) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.S. (1994), Ph.D. (1998) University of Wisconsin at Madison; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

C. Rhonda Cobham-Sander, Emily C. Jordan Folger Professor of Black Studies and of English.  B.A. (1974) University of the West Indies; Ph.D. (1982) University of Saint Andrews; A.M. (hon. 1998) Amherst College.

Amy M. Coddington, Assistant Professor of Music.  B.A. (2008) Macalester College; Ph.D. (2017) University of Virginia.

Michael A. Cohen, Assistant Professor of Psychology.  B.A. (2007) Tufts University; Ph.D. (2014) Harvard University.

Ivan Contreras, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2008) Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia; M.S. (2009) University of Utrecht; Ph.D. (2013) University of Zürich.

Sony Coráñez Bolton, Assistant Professor of Spanish.  B.A. (2007), M.A. (2009) Marquette University; Ph.D. (2016) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Javier Corrales, Dwight W. Morrow 1895 Professor of Political Science.  B.S. (1986) Georgetown University; Ph.D. (1996) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2010) Amherst College.

Katharine F. Correia, Assistant Professor of Statistics.  A.B. (2007) Mount Holyoke College; M.A. (2009) Boston University; Ph.D (2018) Harvard University.

Chris Couch, Visiting Lecturer in English.  B.A. (1976), M.A. (1980), M.Phil (1982), Ph.D. (1987) Columbia University.

Kathy C. Couch, Visiting Instructor in Theater and Dance.  A.B. (1995) Amherst College; M.F.A. (2010) Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Nicola M. Courtright, William McCall Vickery 1957 Professor of Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1976) Oberlin College; M.A. (1978) Yale University; Ph.D. (1990) The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; A.M. (hon. 2004) Amherst College. 

Francis G. Couvares, E. Dwight Salmon Professor of History and of American Studies.  B.A. (1969) University of Pittsburgh; M.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1980) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 1993) Amherst College.

Peter D. Crowley, Professor of Geology.  B.Sc. (1979) McGill University; Ph.D. (1985) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. (hon. 1998) Amherst College.

Douglas Culhane, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1979) Colgate University; M.A. (1982) University of Iowa.

Amalia Culiuc, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  A.B. (2011) Mount Holyoke College; M.S. (2013), Ph.D. (2016) Brown University.

Harris B. Daniels, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2006) Trinity College; M.S. (2009), Ph.D. (2013) University of Connecticut.

Rosalina M. de la Carrera, Professor of French.  B.A. (1973) Carleton College; M.A. (1977) Cornell University; Ph.D. (1985) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 1996) Amherst College.

Solsiree del Moral, Professor of American Studies and of Black Studies.  B.A. (1995) University of Wisconsin at Madison; M.A. (1997) Columbia University; M.A. (1999), Ph.D. (2006) University of Wisconsin at Madison; A.M. (hon. 2019) Amherst College.

David P. Delaney, Senior Lecturer in Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought.  B.A. (1987) San Francisco State University; M.S. (1989), Ph.D. (1995) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Amy P. Demorest, Professor of Psychology.  B.A. (1979) Williams College; Ph.D. (1987) Duke University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Pawan H. Dhingra, Professor of American Studies.  A.B. (1994) Carleton College; M.A. (1997), Ph.D. (2002) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2019) Amherst College.

Bruce P. Diehl, Senior Lecturer in Music and Director of Jazz Performance.  B.Mus. (1990) Eastman School of Music; M.M. (1995) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Fiona Dixon, Visiting Instructor in Spanish.  B.A. (2011) Wayne State University; M.A. (2013), Ph.D. (2020) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Andrew C. Dole, Professor of Religion.  B.A. (1989) Yale University; M.A. (1997) Yale Divinity School; Ph.D. (2004) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

Christopher T. Dole, Professor of Anthropology.  B.A. (1992) Baylor University; M.A. (1996), Ph.D. (2002) Case Western Reserve University; A.M. (hon. 2018) Amherst College.

Kevin A. Donges, Lecturer in Statistics.  B.S. (2002), M.S. (2006) Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; M.S. (2012) Ohio State University at Columbus.

Suzanne P. Dougan, Stanley King 1903 Professor of Dramatic Arts (Theater and Dance) and Director of Theatrical Productions.  A.B. (1973) Vassar College; M.F.A. (1979) Yale School of Drama; A.M. (hon. 1996) Amherst College.

Lawrence R. Douglas, James J. Grosfeld Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought.  A.B. (1982) Brown University; M.A. (1986) Columbia University; J.D. (1989) Yale Law School; A.M. (hon. 2005) Amherst College.

John E. Drabinski, Charles Hamilton Houston 1915 Professor of Black Studies.  B.A. (1991) Seattle University; M.A. (1993), Ph.D. (1996) University of Memphis; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Amy Dryansky, James Merrill Visiting Poet.  B.F.A. (1983) Syracuse University; M.F.A. (1993) Vermont College.

Thomas L. Dumm, William H. Hastie 1925 Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (1976), M.A. (1978) Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. (1984) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 1997) Amherst College.

Christopher B. Durr, Assistant Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (2010) Kent State University; Ph.D. (2015) Ohio State University.

Marc A. Edwards, Assistant Professor of Biology.  B.Sc. (2006) McGill University; Ph.D. (2013) Washington University, St. Louis.

Jeffers L. Engelhardt, Professor of Music.  B.M. (1998) Oberlin College Conservatory of Music; M.A. (2000), Ph.D. (2005) University of Chicago.

Odette England, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1995), M.A. (2002) University of South Australia at Adelaide; M.A. (2012) Rhode Island School of Design; Ph.D. (2018) The Australian National University.

Catherine A. Epstein, Winkley Professor of History.  A.B. (1985) Brown University; M.Sc. (1987) London School of Economics; Ph.D. (1998) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2012) Amherst College.

 Ndifreke Ette, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Consortium for Faculty Diversity Post-Doctoral Fellow.  M.A. (2012) Louisiana State University; Ph.D. (2018) University of Houston.

Rebecca Stephens Falcasantos, Assistant Professor of Religion.  B.A. (2002) Creighton University; M.A. (2005) University of Notre Dame; Ph.D. (2015) Brown University.

Lorne Falk, Five College Lecturer in Political Science.  B.Sc. (1970) University of Winnipeg.

Katherine Follette, Assistant Professor of Astronomy.  B.A.  (2004) Middlebury College; M.S. (2010), Ph.D. (2014) University of Arizona.

Amanda L. Folsom, Professor of Mathematics.  B.A. (2001) University of Chicago; M.S. (2002), Ph.D. (2006) University of California at Los Angeles; A.M. (hon. 2019) Amherst College.

Vanessa L. Fong, Olin Professor of Asian Studies (Anthropology).  A.B. (1996) Amherst College; M.A. (1998), Ph.D. (2002) Harvard University.

Judith E. Frank, Eliza J. Clark Folger Professor of English.  B.A. (1981) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; M.A. (1986), M.F.A. (1987), Ph.D. (1990) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2002) Amherst College.

Jonathan R. Friedman, Professor of Physics.  B.A. (1987) Vassar College; Ph.D. (1996) City College of New York; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Betsey A. Garand, Senior Resident Artist in Art and the History of Art.  B.F.A. (1981) University of New Hampshire; M.F.A. (1983) Tyler School of Art, Temple University.

Kristen S. Gardner, Assistant Professor of Computer Science.  A.B. (2012) Amherst College; M.S. (2015), Ph.D. (2017) Carnegie Mellon University.

Caroline Gates, Visiting Assistant Professor of French.  B.A. (1997) University of Arizona at Tucson; M.A. (2005), Ph.D. (2013) University of Virginia at Charlottesville.

Mesay Melese Gebresilasse, Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.A. (2010) Colby College; Ph.D. (2019) Boston University.

Jyl Gentzler,  Samuel Williston Professor of Philosophy.  A.B. (1985) Bryn Mawr College; M.A. (1988), Ph.D. (1991) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2003) Amherst College.

Alexander George, Rachel and Michael Deutch Professor of Philosophy.  B.A. (1979) Columbia College; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1986) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

May G. George, Five College Lecturer in Arabic.  M.A. (2006), Ph.D. (2011) University of Arizona at Tucson.

Andreas V. Georgiou, Visiting Lecturer in Economics.  A.B. (1983) Amherst College; Ph.D. (1989) University of Michigan.

Deborah B. Gewertz, G. Henry Whitcomb 1874 Professor of Anthropology . B.A. (1969) Queens College; Ph.D. (1977) City University of New York; A.M. (hon. 1988) Amherst College.

Heidi L. Gilpin, Associate Professor of German.  A.B. (1984) Amherst College; A.M. (1987), Ph.D. (1993) Harvard University.

Sergey Glebov, Five College Associate Professor of History .  M.A. (1999) Central European University, Budapest; Ph.D. (2004) Rutgers University.

David I. Gloman, Senior Resident Artist in Art and the History of Art.  B.F.A. (1983) Indiana University; M.F.A. (1986) Yale University.

Mekhola Gomes, Assistant Professor of History and of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (2006) University of Delhi; M.A. (2008), M.Phil (2011), Ph.D. (2018) Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Subhalakshmi Gooptu, Visiting Instructor in English.  B.A. (2013) St. Stephen's College, India; M.A. (2015) Jadavpur University, India; Ph.D. (expected 2022) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Adi Gordon, Associate Professor of History.  B.A. (1997), M.A. (2002), Ph.D. (2009) Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Caroline E. Goutte,  Edward S. Harkness Professor of Biology.  B.A. (1985) Cornell University; Ph.D. (1992) University of California at San Francisco; A.M. (hon. 2012) Amherst College.

Carmen C. Granda, Senior Lecturer in Spanish.  B.A. (2005), M.A. (2008) Middlebury College; A.M. (2012), Ph.D. (2014) Brown University.

Frederick T. Griffiths, Class of 1880 Professor of Greek (Classics).  B.A. (1969) Yale College; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1974) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College.

Christopher A. Grobe, Associate Professor of English.  B.A. (2005), M.A., (2008), M.Phil. (2008),   Ph.D. (2011) Yale University.

Victor E. Guevara, Assistant Professor of Geology.  B.A. (2010) Middlebury College; M.S. (2012) University of Montana; Ph.D. (2017) Virginia Tech.

Josua M. Guilford, Assistant Professor of English in Film and Media Studies.  B.A. (2004) Michigan State University; M.A. (2007), Ph.D. (2014) Brown University.

Sema Güntürkün, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2006), M.S. (2011) Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey; M.S. (2011), Ph.D. (2014) University of Kentucky.

Jakina Debnam Guzman, Assistant Professor of Economics.  A.B. (2009) Brown University; Ph.D. (2018) Cornell University.

Lara I. Halaoui, Visiting Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (1992) American University of Beirut; Ph.D. (1997) Duke University.

David S. Hall, Paula R. and David J. Avenius 1941 Professor of Physics and Astronomy.  A.B. (1991) Amherst College; A.M. (1994), Ph.D. (1997) Harvard University.

Jennifer A. Hamilton, Visiting Professor of American Studies.  B.A. (1995) McGill University; Ph.D. (2004) Rice University.

Björn Hammar, STINT Fellow in Political Science.  B.A. (1992) University of Stockholm; Ph.D. (1998) Universidad de Granada, Spain.

David Hanneke, Associate Professor of Physics.  B.S. (2001) Case Western Reserve University; A.M. (2003), Ph.D. (2008) Harvard University.

David E. Hansen, Julian H. Gibbs 1946 Professor of Natural or Mathematical Sciences (Chemistry).  Sc.B. (1979) Brown University; Ph.D. (1986) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1996) Amherst College.

Hans J. Hansen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics.  B.A. (2006) University of Virginia; M.A. (2010), Ph.D. (2016) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Tekla A. Harms, Massachusetts Professor of Chemistry and Natural History (Geology).  A.B. (1977) Bryn Mawr College; M.Sc. (1982) Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario; Ph.D. (1986) University of Arizona; A.M. (hon. 1999) Amherst College.

Darryl Harper,  Associate Professor of Music.  A.B. (1990) Amherst College; M.M. (1996) Rutgers University; D.M.A. (2008) New England Conservatory of Music.

Allen J. Hart,  The Manwell Family Professor of Life Sciences (Psychology).  A.B. (1982) Amherst College; A.M. (1989), Ph.D. (1991) Harvard University.

Rafeeq Hasan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy.  B.A. (2001), Ph.D. (2012) University of Chicago.

Mohamed El-Sawi Hassan, Five College Senior Lecturer in Arabic.  B.A. (1993) Mansoura University, Egypt; M.A. (2001) Tanta University, Egypt; Ph.D. (2008) Ain Shams University, Egypt.

Amelie E. Hastie, Elizabeth W. Bruss Reader and Professor of English in Film and Media Studies.  A.B. (1988) Brown University; M.A. (1994), Ph.D. (1999) University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; A.M. (hon. 2012) Amherst College.

Robert T. Hayashi, Associate Professor of American Studies.  B.A. (1985) Denison University; M.F.A. (1989) Cornell University; M.A. (2000), Ph.D. (2002) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Maria R. Heim, George Lyman Crosby 1896 and Stanley Warfield Crosby Professor in Religion.  B.A. (1991) Reed College; Ph.D. (1999) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Phoebe Helander, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (2011) Hampshire College; M.F.A. (2019) Yale School of Art.

Aneeka A. Henderson, Associate Professor of American Studies.  B.A. (2001) Southern Illinois University; M.A. (2004), Ph.D. (2012) University of Illinois at Chicago.

Anna Hepler, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1992) Oberlin College; M.F.A. (1994) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Elizabeth Herbin-Triant, Associate Professor of Black Studies and of History.  A.B. (1999) Harvard University; M.A. (2001), M.Phil (2003), Ph.D. (2007) Columbia University.

Rebecca E. Hewitt,  Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies.  B.A. (2005) Middlebury College; Ph.D. (2014) University of Alaska at Fairbanks.

Jerome L. Himmelstein, Winthrop H. Smith 1916 and Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Sociology.  B.A. (1970) Columbia College; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1979) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 1994) Amherst College.

Hannah A. Holleman, Associate Professor of Sociology and of Environmental Studies.  B.A. (2002), B.S. (2005) Oklahoma State University; Ph.D. (2012) University of Oregon.

Nicholas D. Holschuh, Assistant Professor of Geology.  B.A. (2011) Carleton College; Ph.D. (2016) Pennsylvania State University.

Adam D. Honig, Charles E. Merrill 1908 Professor of Economics.  B.A. (1991), M.S. (1992) University of Virginia; Ph.D. (1996) North Carolina State University; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

Michael E. Hood, Professor of Biology.  B.A. (1991), M.S. (1992) University of Virginia; Ph.D. (1996) North Carolina State University; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

Noah Horn, Visiting Director of the Choral Music Program.  B.A. (2007) Oberlin College; M.M. (2010), M.M. (2012), M.MAR (2013), D.MAR. (2017) Yale University.

Nicholas J. Horton, Beitzel Professor of Technology and Society (Statistics and Data Science).  A.B. (1987) Harvard University; Sc.D. (1999) Harvard School of Public Health; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Larry R. Hunter, Stone Professor of Natural Sciences (Physics).  B.A. (1974) Columbia University; M.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1981) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Hannah E. Hunter-Parker, Assistant Professor of German.  B.A. (2010) Middlebury College; M.A. (2013), Ph.D. (2019) Princeton University.

Richard HutchinsVisiting Lecturer in Classics.  B.S. (2003) University of Virginia; M.A. (2008) Washington University at St. Louis; Ph.D. (2019) Princeton University.

Joshua M. Hyman, Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.A. (2005) Tufts University; M.A. (2010), Ph.D. (2013) University of Michigan.

Catherine V.  Infante, Assistant Professor of Spanish.  B.A. (2003) Bethel University; M.S. (2006) New York University in Madrid; Ph.D. (2014) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Jun Ishii, Associate Professor of Economics.  B.A. (1995) Rice University; Ph.D. (2001) Stanford University.

Tariq Jaffer, Associate Professor of Religion.  B.A. (1995) University of Toronto; M.A. (1998) McGill University; Ph.D. (2005) Yale University.

Kannan Jagannathan, Bruce B. Benson 1943 and Lucy Wilson Benson Professor of Physics.  B.Sc. (1973) Loyola College; M.Sc. (1975) Indian Institute of Technology, Madras; M.A. (1977), Ph.D. (1980) University of Rochester; A.M. (hon. 1993) Amherst College.

Sheila S. Jaswal, Associate Professor of Chemistry.  B.A. (1992) Mills College; Ph.D. (2000) University of California at San Francisco.

Jeeyon  Jeong, Assistant Professor of Biology.  B.E. (2000) Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea; M.S. (2002) Pohang University of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea; Ph.D. (2008) Dartmouth College.

Emily JohnsonVisiting Instructor.  B.A. (1998) University of Massachusetts.

Shakia Johnson, Visiting Instructor in Dance.  B.A. (2017) Westfield State University.

Jallicia A. Jolly,  Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of American Studies and of Black Studies.  B.A. (2014) Williams College; M.A. (2016), Ph.D. (2020) University of Michigan.

David S. Jones, Associate Professor of Geology.  B.A. (1998) Carleton College; Ph.D. (2009) Harvard University.

Scott F. Kaplan, Professor of Computer Science.  A.B. (1995) Amherst College; Ph.D. (1999) University of Texas at Austin.

Kirun Kapur, Lecturer in English.  A.B. (1997) Amherst College; M.A. (2000) Boston University.

Katrina Karkazis, Professor of Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies.  B.A. (1991) Occidental College; M.P.H. (1995), Ph.D. (2002) Columbia University.

Laure A. Katsaros, Professor of French.  Maîtrise (1995) Ecole Normale Superiéure, Paris; Thèse de doctorat (2000) University Paris VII-Denis Diderot; Ph.D. (2003) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 2016) Amherst College.

Ikumi Kayama, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations (Japanese).  B.A. (1991) Aoyama Gakuin University; M.Ed. (2000) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Monika I. Khan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.S. North South University, Dhaka; M.S. (2017), Ph.D. (2021) University of Kentucky.

Sally A. Kim, Assistant Professor of Biology.  B.A. (1993) Haverford College; Ph.D. (2005) University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. 

Justin F. Kimball, Conway Professor of New Media.  B.F.A. (1985) Rhode Island School of Design; M.F.A. (1990) Yale University School of Art; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College. 

Christopher G. Kingston, Richard S. Volpert 1956 Professor of Economics.  B.A. (1994) Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Ph.D. (2001) Stanford University; A.M. (hon. 2015) Amherst College.

Elizabeth Tepe Kneeland, Assistant Professor of Psychology.  A.B. (2010) Amherst College; M.S. (2015), M.Phil. (2016), Ph.D. (2018) Yale University.

Karen R. Koehler, Visiting Professor of Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (1976), M.L.S. (1980) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; M.A. (1984) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Ph.D. (1993) Princeton University.

Sarah Konner, Visiting Instructor of Theater and Dance.  B.S. (2010), M.F.A. (2010) University of Michigan.

Michael M. Kunichika, Associate Professor of Russian.  B.A. (1999) Reed College;  M.A. (2002), Ph.D. (2007) University of California at Berkeley.

Shayla I. Lawson, Assistant Professor of English.  B.A. (2006) University of Kentucky at Lexington; M.F.A. (2015) Indiana University at Bloomington.

Min Jin Lee, Writer-in-Residence.  B.A. (1990) Yale College; J.D. (1993) Georgetown University Law Center.

Tanya L. Leise, Brian E. Boyle Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science.  B.S. (1993) Stanford University; M.S. (1995), Ph.D. (1998) Texas A&M University; A.M. (hon. 2018) Amherst College.

Ronald A. Lembo, Edward N. Ney 1946 Professor of American Institutions (Sociology).  B.A. (1974) University of Massachusetts at Boston; M.A. (1980) University of California at Santa Barbara; Ph.D. (1989) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 2005) Amherst College.

Rose E. Lenehan,  Center for Humanistic Inquiry Fellow and Visiting Lecturer of Philosophy.  A.B. (2011) Amherst College; M.A. (2015), Ph.D. (2019) Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Helen O. Leung, George H. Corey 1888 Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (1982), B.A. (1983) California State University at Northridge; M.A. (1985), Ph.D. (1988) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2003) Amherst College. 

Rachel A. Levin, Senior Lecturer in Biology and in Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1994) Carleton College; M.S. (1997), Ph.D. (2001) University of Arizona.

Adam R. Levine, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies and of Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (2000) University of East Anglia, UK; M.F.A. (2010) California Institute of the Arts.

Lauren J. Leydon-Hardy, Assistant Professor of Philosophy.  B.A. (2009) University of Calgary; M.A. (2011) Brandeis University; Ph.D. (2019) Northwestern University.

Shu-Min Liao, Assistant Professor of Statistics.  B.S. (2001) National Chengchi University, Taiwan; M.S. (2005), Ph.D. (2009) Pennsylvania State University.

Ashton LitesVisiting Instructor in Theater and Dance.  A.A. (2012) Dean College.

Jared Loggins,  Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Black Studies and of Political Science.  B.A. (2015) Morehouse College; Ph.D. (2021) Brown University.

Russell Lohse,  Associate Professor of Black Studies.  B.A. (1995) Metropolitan State College of Denver; M.A. (1997), Ph.D. (2005) University of Texas at Austin.

William A. Loinaz, Professor of Physics.  B.S.E. (1989) Princeton University; M.S. (1991), Ph.D. (1995) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2013) Amherst College.

Alberto M. Lopez, Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (2012) University of Michigan at Dearborn; Ph.D. (2017) Wayne State University.

Rick A. López, Anson D. Morse 1871 Professor of History and Environmental Studies.  A.B. (1993) Amherst College; M.A. (1998), Ph.D. (2001) Yale University.

Kristen Luschen, Lewis-Sebring Visiting Professor of Education Studies in the Department of American Studies.  B.A. (1993), M.A. (1995) University of Buffalo; Ph.D. (2005) Syracuse University.

Pavel Machala, Aliki Perroti and Seth Frank '55 Professor in International Relations.  B.A. (1970) St. Olaf College; M.A. (1972), Ph.D. (1976) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

Mihaela Malita, Visiting Associate Professor of Computer Science.  B.S. (1977), M.S. (1977), Ph.D. (1990) University of Bucharest.

Jen Manion, Professor of History and of Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies.  B.A. (1997) University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. (2008) Rutgers University.

Mark D. Marshall, Class of 1959 Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (1979) University of Rochester; M.A. (1981), Ph.D. (1985) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2000) Amherst College.

Biddy Martin, Professor of German and of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies.  B.A. (1973) College of William and Mary; M.A. (1974) Middlebury College; Ph.D. (1985) University of Wisconsin at Madison; A.M. (hon. 2011) Amherst College; L.H.D (2012) The College of William and Mary; LL.D. (hon. 2014) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Anna M. Martini, Professor of Geology and of Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1986) Colgate University; M.S. (1992) Syracuse University; Ph.D. (1997) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2013) Amherst College.

Trent Masiki, Center for Humanistic Inquiry Fellow and Visiting Lecturer in English.  B.S. (1992) Southern University at Baton Rouge; M.A. (1996) Texas A & M University at College Station; M.F.A. (2001) Emerson College; Ph.D. (2017) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Pamela B. Matheson, Visiting Assistant Professor of Statistics.  B.A. (1982) Hope College; M.A. (1983), Ph.D. (1986) Hofstra University.

Eleonora Mattiacci, Assistant Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (2004) University of Bologna; Ph.D. (2014) Ohio State University.

Trent E. Maxey, Professor of Asian Languages and Civilization and of History.  B.A. (1998) Northwestern University; M.A. (2001), Ph.D. (2005) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2018) Amherst College

Julia D. McQuade, Associate Professor of Psychology.  B.A. (2004) Bates College; Ph.D. (2012) University of Vermont.

Ryan P. McShane, Visiting Assistant Professor of Statistics.  B.S. (2009) St. Mary's University; M.S. (2013) University of Texas at San Antonio; Ph.D. (2019) Southern Methodist University.

Molly Mead, Lecturer in American Studies.  A.B. (1971) Cornell University; M.B.A. (1979) Simmons College; Ed.D. (1990) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Edward D. Melillo, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of History and Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1997) Swarthmore College; Ph.D. (2006) Yale University.

Bernardine Mellis, Five College Senior Lecturer in Film and Video Production.  A.B. (1996) Smith College; M.F.A. (2005) Temple University.

Jill S. Miller, Professor of Biology and Thomas F. Pick Reader in Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1992) Colorado College; M.S. (1997), Ph.D. (2000) University of Arizona; A.M. (hon. 2016) Amherst College.

Kozue Miyama, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations (Japanese).  B.A. (1982) University of Tsukuba, Japan; M.A. (1988) International Christian University, Japan.

Patricia Montoya, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (2002), M.A. (2004) New School for Social Research; M.F.A. (2007) University of California at San Diego.

Joseph G. Moore, George Lyman Crosby 1896 and Stanley Warfield Crosby Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Environmental Studies.  B.A. (1986) University of California at Berkeley; M.A. (1989), Ph.D. (1994) Cornell University; A.M. (hon. 2008) Amherst College.

Katherine Moore, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.A. (2012) Kenyon College; M.A., Ph.D. (2018) Dartmouth College.

Adam Moreno, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2008) Michigan State University at East Lansing; M.A. (2013) Central Michigan University at Mount Pleasant; M.S. (2016), Ph.D. (2019) University of Notre Dame.

Michelle D. Morgan, Professor of Physical Education and Senior Women’s Administrator.  B.A. (1974) Colorado Women’s College; M.S. (1976) Smith College; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

Klára Móricz, Professor of Music.  Diploma (1986), Diploma (1992) Franz Liszt Academy of Music; M.A. (1995), Ph.D. (1999) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Samuel C. Morse, Howard M. and Martha P. Mitchell Professor of the History of Art and of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  A.B. (1978) Harvard College; Ph.D. (1985) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1995) Amherst College.

Hilary J. Moss, Professor of Black Studies and of History.  B.A. (1998) Northwestern University; Ph.D. (2004) Brandeis University; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College. 

Thirii M. Myint, Assistant Professor of English.  A.B. (2011) Brown University;  M.F.A. (2015) University of Notre Dame; Ph.D. (2019) University of Denver.

Sanam Nader-Esfahani, Assistant Professor of French.  A.B. (2009) Mount Holyoke College; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2016) Harvard University.

Ingrid L. Nelson, Associate Professor of English.  B.S. (1997) College of William and Mary; M.A. (2005) University of Colorado; Ph.D. (2010) Harvard University.

Susan Niditch, Samuel Green Professor of Religion.  A.B. (1972) Radcliffe College; Ph.D. (1977) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 1990) Amherst College.

Jonathan M. Obert, Associate Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (1999) Wheaton College; M.A. (2003), Ph.D. (2014) University of Chicago.

Kelley O'Carroll, Visiting Lecturer in Psychology.  B.A. Mount Holoke College; Ed.M., Ed.D. Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Gina Ocasion, Visiting Lecturer in English.  B.A. (2007), M.A. (2009) California State University at Fullerton; Ph.D. (2016) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Franklin S. Odo,  John Woodruff Simpson Lecturer.  A.B. (1961) Princeton University; M.A. (1963) Harvard University; Ph.D. (1975) Princeton University.

Jacob Olshansky, Assistant Professor of Chemistry.  B.S. (2012) Haverford College; Ph.D. (2017) University of California at Berkeley.

Patricia B. O’Hara, Amanda and Lisa Cross Professor of Chemistry.  B.A. (1976) Adelphi University; Ph.D. (1981) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1995) Amherst College.

Carolyn Palmquist, Associate Professor of Psychology.  B.A. (2008) College of William and Mary; M.A. (2010), Ph.D. (2013) University of Virginia.

Marisa Parham, Professor of English.  B.A. (1996) Washington University; M.A. (1997), M.Phil. (2000), Ph.D. (2004) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 2015) Amherst College.

Ruxandra Paul, Assistant Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (2006) Williams College; Ph.D. (2014) Harvard University.

Christine N. Peralta, Assistant Professor of History and of Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies.  B.A. (2009) St. Mary's University, San Antonio; M.A. (2011) University of British Columbia, Vancouver; Ph.D. (2019) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Elizabeth Perry, Five College Artist-in-Residence.  B.S. (2001) University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

Nathan K. Pflueger, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2009) Stanford University; Ph.D. (2014) Harvard University.

Gabriel Phipps, Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.  B.F.A. (1997) Massachusetts College of Art and Design; M.F.A. (2000) Boston University.

Sarah Piazza, Lecturer in Spanish.  B.A. (2006) University of Oregon; M.A. (2008) Pacific University; MA. (2011), M.Phil. (2013), M.Phil. (2014), Ph.D. (2016) Yale University.

Manuela Picq, Karl Loewenstein Fellow and Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (1998), M.A. (1999) Université Pierre Mendès France; Ph.D. (2004) University of Miami.

Constantine V. Pleshakov, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science.  Degree (1981) University of Singapore; M.A. (1982) Moscow State University; Ph.D. (1986) Academy of Sciences of the USSR; Doctor of Science (1994) Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

Watufani Poe, Center for Humanistic Inquiry Fellow and Visiting Lecturer in Black Studies and the Latinx and Latin American Studies Program.  B.A. (2013) Swarthmore College; A.M. (2018), Ph.D. (2021) Brown University.

Khary O. Polk, Associate Professor of Black Studies and of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies.  B.A. (2000) Oberlin College; Ph.D. (2011) New York University.

Phoebe A. Porter, Visiting Associate Professor of Spanish.  B.A. (1975) Bryn Mawr College; M.A. (1980), Ph.D. (1985) Brown University.

Tyler Porter,  Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.A. (2015) Kent State University;  M.A. (2018), Ph.D. (2021) Cornell University.

Katherine A. Pukinskis, Joseph E. and Grace W. Valentine Visiting Assistant Professor of Music.  B.A. (2008), M.M. (2010) Carnegie Mellon University; Ph.D. (2016) University of Chicago.

Alexandra E. Purdy, Associate Professor of Biology.  B.S. (2000) College of William and Mary; Ph.D. (2007) Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego.

George Z. Qiao, Assistant Professor of History and of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (2005) Fudan University, Shanghai; M.A. (2009), Ph.D. (2017) Stanford University.

John E. Rager, Thalheimer Professor of Computer Science.  S.B. (1977) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; S.M. (1978) University of Chicago; Ph.D. (1987) Northwestern University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Katerina Ragkousi, Assistant Professor of Biology.  B.Sc. (1997) Royal Holloway, University of London; M.Sc. (1998) University of Nottingham, UK; Ph.D. (2004) University of Connecticut.

Pooja G. Rangan, Associate Professor of English in Film and Media Studies.  B.A. (2006) Oberlin College; M.A. (2008), Ph.D. (2012) Brown University.

Aamir Rasheed, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2013) State University of New York at Plattsburgh; Ph.D. (2019) Florida State University at Tallahassee.

Lisa A. Raskin, John William Ward Professor of Psychology (Neuroscience).  B.A. (1975) Skidmore College; M.A. (1977), Ph.D. (1979) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 1991) Amherst College.

Kerry E. Ratigan, Assistant Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (2002) Haverford College; M.Sc. (2005) London School of Economics and Political Science; M.A. (2008), Ph.D. (2013) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Ashwin Ravikumar, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies.  B.S. (2008) University of California at Berkeley; M.S., Ph.D. (2013) University of Colorado at Boulder.

Kristina H. Reardon, Lecturer in English.  B.A. (2008) Providence College; M.F.A. (2010) University of New Hampshire; M.A. (2013), Ph.D. (2019) University of Connecticut.

Sean Redding, Zephaniah Swift Moore Professor of History.  B.A. (1978) Swarthmore College; Ph.D. (1987) Yale University; A.M. (hon. 2000) Amherst College.

Jessica Wolpaw Reyes, Willard Long Thorp Professor in Economics.  A.B. (1994) Amherst College; Diploma (1995) Churchill College, University of Cambridge; A.M. (1999), Ph.D. (2002) Harvard University.

Yael R. Rice, Assistant Professor of Art and the History of Art and of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (1998) University of North Carolina; M.A. (2004) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Ph.D. (2011) University of Pennsylvania. 

Jenna M. Riegel, Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance.  B.A. (2001) Maharishi University of Management; M.F.A. (2007) University of Iowa at Iowa City.

 Monica M. Ringer, Professor of History and of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (1988) Oberlin College; M.A. (1992), Ph.D. (1998) University of California at Los Angeles; A.M. (hon. 2015) Amherst College.

Matteo Riondato, Assistant Professor of Computer Science.  B.Sc. (2007), M.Sc. (2009) University of Padua; M.Sc. (2010), Ph.D. (2014) Brown University.

Victoria I. Rizo Lenshyn, Visiting Lecturer in German.  B.A. (2003) University of Nevada at Reno; M.A. (2008), Ph.D. (2018) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Connor Robinson, Five College Education and Research Fellow in Astronomy.  B.A. (2014) University f Montana; M.A. (2016), Ph.D. (2020) Boston University.

Jason Robinson, Associate Professor of Music.  B.A. (1998) Sonoma State University; M.A. (2000), Ph.D. (2005) University of California at San Diego.

John P. Roche, Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience.  B.S. (1990) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Ph.D. (1997) University of Massachusetts Medical School at Worcester.

Paul V. Rockwell, Henry C. Folger 1879 Professor of French.  B.A. (1980), M.A. (1982), Ph.D. (1988) University of Wisconsin; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Christian Rogowski, G. Armour Craig Professor of Language and Literature (German).  B.A. (1980) Mannheim University; M.A. (1981) London University; Ph.D. (1988) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

William Rosenbaum,  Assistant Professor of Computer Science.  B.A. (2009) Reed College; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2016) University of California at Los Angeles.

Gustavo Salcedo, Karl Loewenstein Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science.  M.A. (2002) University of Bologna; M.A. (2004), Ph.D. (2009) University of Milan.

Megan SaltzmanVisiting Associate Professor of Spanish.  B.A. (2001), M.A. (2004), Ph.D. (2008) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Geoffrey D. Sanborn,  Samuel Williston Professor of English.  B.A. (1987) Stanford University; Ph.D. (1992) University of California at Los Angeles; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.  

Benigno R. Sánchez-Eppler, Senior Lecturer in English.  B.A. (1979) Williams College; B.A. (1981), M.Phil. (1983) Cambridge University; Ph.D. (1988) The Johns Hopkins University.

Karen J. Sánchez-Eppler, L. Stanton Williams 1941 Professor of American Studies and of English.  B.A. (1981) Williams College; B.A. (1983) Cambridge University; M.A. (1986), Ph.D. (1990) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 2001) Amherst College.

Jeannette Sánchez-Naranjo, Assistant Professor of Spanish.  Licenciatura (1990) National University of Colombia at Bogota; M.A. (2002), Ph.D. (2009) University of Toronto.

Lise Shapiro Sanders, Visiting Professor of English.  B.A. (1992) Hampshire College; M.A. (1994), Ph.D. (1999) University of Chicago.

Catherine Ashley Sanderson, Poler Family Professor of Psychology.  A.B. (1990) Stanford University; M.S. (1993), Ph.D. (1997) Princeton University; A.M. (hon. 2010) Amherst College. 

Ashley Sandoval, Center for Humanistic Inquiry Fellow and Visiting Lecturer in the Department of American Studies.  B.A. (2008) San Francisco State University; M.A. (2013) University of Cincinnati; Ph.D. (2019) Northwestern University.

Jude Sandy, Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance.  A.B. (2005) Brown University; M.F.A. (2009) Brown/Trinity Repertory Company.

Austin D. Sarat, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science.  B.A. (1969) Providence College; M.A. (1970), Ph.D. (1973) University of Wisconsin; A.M. (hon. 1984) Amherst College; J.D. (1988) Yale Law School, LL.D. (hon. 2008) Providence College.

Eric W. Sawyer, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Music.  A.B. (1985) Harvard College; M.A. (1988) Columbia University; Ph.D. (1994) University of California at Davis; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Leah C. Schmalzbauer,  Karen and Brian Conway '80, P'18 Presidential Teaching Professor of American Studies and of Sociology.  B.A. (1992) University of New Hampshire; Diploma (1994) La Universidad de Barcelona; M.Sc. (1996) The London School of Economics and Political Science; Ph.D. (2004) Boston College; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

David E. Schneider, Georges Lurcy Professor of Music.  A.B. (1985) Harvard College; M.A. (1990), Ph.D. (1997) University of California at Berkeley; A.M. (hon. 2011) Amherst College.

Anna K. Schrade, Senior Lecturer in German.  M.A. (1997) Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich; Ph.D. (2006) University of Bremen.

Paul A. Schroeder Rodriguez, R. John Cooper '64 Presidential Teaching Professor of Spanish.  B.S. (1989) Georgetown University; M.A. (1995) Arizona State University; Ph.D. (2000) Stanford University; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

Matthew D. Schulkind, Professor of Psychology.  B.A. (1990) Haverford College; M.A. (1993), Ph.D. (1997) Duke University; A.M. (hon. 2013) Amherst College.

Nishiten Shah, Professor of Philosophy.  B.S. (1991) University of Wisconsin at Madison; Ph.D. (2000) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2014) Amherst College.

Krupa Shandilya, Associate Professor of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies.  B.A. (2002) University of Mumbai (St. Xavier College); B.A. (2004) University of Rochester; M.A. (2006), Ph.D. (2009) Cornell University.

Chelsea Sharon, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics.  B.S. (2007) California Institute of Technology; Ph.D. (2013) Rutgers University.

Tong Shen, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations (Chinese).  M.A. (1988) Long Island University; Ph.D. (1995) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Raphael Sigal, Assistant Professor of French.  B.A. (2006), M.A. (2007) Paris 3; M.Phil. (2011), Ph.D. (2015) New York University.

Katharine R. E. Sims, Professor of Economics and of Environmental Studies.  A.B. (1998) Princeton University; M.A. (2005), Ph.D. (2008) Harvard University.

Dale Sinos, Visiting Professor of Classics.  B.A. (1968) Hunter College, City University of New York; M.A. (1973), Ph.D. (1976) The Johns Hopkins University.

Rebecca H. Sinos, Edwin F. and Jessie Burnell Fobes Professor of Classics.  A.B. (1976) The College of William and Mary; M.A. (1978), Ph.D. (1980) The Johns Hopkins University; A.M. (hon. 1992) Amherst College.

Adam Sitze, John E. Kirkpatrick 1951 Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought.  B.A. (1996) Drake University; Ph.D. (2003) University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; A.M. (hon. 2019) Amherst College.

Lee Spector, Professor of Computer Science.  B.A. (1984) Oberlin College; Ph.D. (1992) University of Maryland.

Jutta G. Sperling, Visiting Professor of History.  M.A. (1987) Universität Göttingen; Ph.D. (1995) Stanford University.

Natasha Staller, Professor of the History of Art.  B.A. (1973) Wellesley College; Ph.D. (1983) Harvard University; A.M. (hon. 2006) Amherst College.

Ilán Stavans, Lewis-Sebring Professor of Humanities and Latin American and Latino Culture (Spanish).  B.A. (1984) Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana; M.A. (1987) The Jewish Theological Seminary; M.A. (1988), M.Phil. (1989), Ph.D. (1990) Columbia University; A.M. (hon. 1998) Amherst College.

Lindsay Stern, Visiting Instructor in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought.  A.B. (2013) Amherst College; M.F.A. (2017) Iowa Writers' Workshop; M.A. (2020), Ph.D. (expected 2022) Yale University.

Mark L. Swanson, Director of Instrumental Music and Senior Lecturer in Music.  A.B. (1982) Stanford University; J.D. (1985) University of California at Los Angeles School of Law; M.Mus. (1997) Indiana University at Bloomington.

Dennis Sweeney, Lecturer of English.  B.A. (2010) Washington University, St. Louis; M.F.A. (2015) Oregon State University; Ph.D. (2020) University of Denver.

Robert T. Sweeney, William R. Mead Professor of Art.  B.F.A. (1970), M.F.A. (1972) Boston University; A.M. (hon. 1986) Amherst College.

Wako Tawa, Willem Schupf Professor of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (1971) State University of New York at Buffalo; M.A. (1975) International Christian University; Ph.D. (1986) Pennsylvania State University; A.M. (hon. 2000) Amherst College.

Ethan J. Temeles, Thomas B. Walton, Jr. Professor of Biology and of Environmental Studies.  A.B. (1978) Cornell University; M.Sc. (1980) Louisiana State University; Ph.D. (1987) University of California at Davis; A.M. (hon. 2008) Amherst College.

Xiaoping Teng, Senior Lecturer in Asian Languages and Civilizations (Chinese).  B.A. (1982), M.A. (1984) Tianjin University; M.A. (1994) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Caroline B. Theoharides, Assistant Professor of Economics.  B.A. (2006) Colby College; M.A. (2011), Ph.D. (2014) University of Michigan.

Rebecca R. Totton, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology.  B.S. (2012) University of Evansville; M.A. (2013) University of Chicago; Ph.D. (2020) Ohio University at Athens.

Josef G. Trapani, Associate Professor of Biology.  B.A. (1999), M.S. (2004), Ph.D. (2005) University of Connecticut.

Sarah M. Turgeon, James E. Ostendarp Professor of Psychology (Neuroscience). B.A. (1989) Kenyon College; Ph.D. (1994) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2011) Amherst College.

Raina F. Uhden, Senior Lecturer in French.  B.A. (1996) Virginia Polytechnic and State University; M.A. (1997) Reid Hall, Columbia University in Paris; Ph.D. (2005) Columbia University.

Martha M. Umphrey, Bertrand H. Snell 1894 Professor of American Government (Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought).  B.A. (1986), J.D. (1991), Ph.D. (2000) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2007) Amherst College.

Timothy J. Van Compernolle, Professor of Asian Languages and Civilizations (Japanese).  B.A. (1992), M.A. (1995) University of Kansas; M.A. (1997), Ph.D. (2001) University of Michigan; A.M. (hon. 2017) Amherst College.

Christopher S. van den Berg, Aliki Perroti and Seth Frank '55 Professor in Classical Studies.  B.A. (1996) University of California at Berkeley; Ph.D. (2006) Yale University.

Olufemi O. Vaughan, Alfred Sargent Lee 1941 and Mary Farley Ames Lee Professor of Black Studies.  B.A. (1981), M.A. (1983) St. John’s University; D.Phil. (1989) University of Oxford; A.M. (hon. 2018) Amherst College.

Niko K. Vicario, Assistant Professor of Art and the History of Art.  B.A. (2004) Vassar College; Ph.D. (2015) Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Kiara M. Vigil, Associate Professor of American Studies.  B.A. (1997) Tufts University; M.A. (1998) Teachers College, Columbia University; M.A.L.S. (2006) Dartmouth College; Ph.D. (2011) University of Michigan.

Amy S. Wagaman, Associate Professor of Statistics.  B.A. (2003) Kenyon College; M.S. (2005), Ph.D. (2008) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Vanessa Walker, Gordon Levin Associate Professor of History (Diplomatic History).  B.A. (2000) Whitman College; M.A. (2004), Ph.D. (2011) University of Wisconsin at Madison.

John Weinert, Five College Lecturer in  Arabic.  B.A. Bard College; M.A. University of Texas at Austin.

Neil W. White, Assistant Professor of Economics.  A.B. (2009) Princeton University; M.S. (2015), Ph.D. (2018) University of Texas at Austin.

Princess Williams, Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science.  B.A. (2014) Jackson State University; Ph.D. (2021) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Ren A. Wiscons, Assistant Professor of Chemistry.  B.A. (2015) Oberlin College; M.S. (2016), Ph.D. (2019) University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Boris Wolfson, Associate Professor of Russian.  B.A. (1997) University of Chicago; M.A. (1999), Ph.D. (2004) University of California at Berkeley.

Wendy Woodson, Roger C. Holden 1919 Professor of Theater and Dance.  B.A. (1969), M.A. (1976) George Washington University; A.M. (hon. 2000) Amherst College.

Amelia Worsley, Assistant Professor of English.  B.A. (2006) Selwyn College, University of Cambridge; M.A. (2007) Brown University; M.A. (2009), Ph.D. (2014) Princeton University.

Mona Wu Orr,  Assistant Professor of Biology.  B.A. (2007) Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D. (2016) University of Maryland at College Park.

Karamatou A. Yacoubou Djima, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.  B.S. (2008) City University of New York; M.S. (2011), Ph.D. (2015) University of Maryland.

Lei Ying, Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Civilizations.  B.A. (2005) National University of Singapore; M.A. (2011) Columbia University; Ph.D. (2018) Harvard University.

Janice Yu, Center for Humanistic Inquiry Fellow and Visiting Lecturer in Art and the History of Art.   B.F.A. (2007) Otis College of Art and Design; M.A. (2008) University of California at Santa Barbara; Ed.M. (2009) Harvard Graduate School of Education; Ph.D. (2021) University of California at Berkeley.

Andreas T. Zanker, Assistant Professor of Classics.  B.A. (2004) University of Canterbury, New Zealand; M.A. (2007), Ph.D. (2010) Princeton University.

Basileus Zeno, Karl Loewenstein Fellow and Visiting Lecturer in Political Science.  B.A. (2006), M.A. (2011) Damascus University; M.A. (2015) Ohio University at Athens; Ph.D. (2021) University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Yongheng Zhang, Lecturer in Mathematics.  B.Eng. (2007) Central South University, Changsha, China; M.Sc. (2009), Ph.D. (2015) Purdue University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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