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Conveners

DivisionConvener
Humanities Kari Kalve
Natural Sciences Lori Watson
Social Sciences Rebecca Jestice
Visual and Performing Arts Marc Benamou and Forrest Tobey
DepartmentConvener
Art Nancy Taylor
Athletics, Wellness and Physical Education Cathryn Dickman
Biology Chris Smith
Chemistry Kalani Seu
Computer Science Xunfei Jiang
Economics Rajaram Krishnan
English Kari Kalve
Geology Andy Moore
Global Management Rebecca Jestice
History Ryan Murphy
Languages and Cultures Karim Sagna
• Ancient and Classical Studies Maxwell Paule
• Chinese Languages Ying Liu
• Chinese Studies Kari Kalve
• Comparative Languages and Linguistics Belén Villarreal
• French and Francophone Studies Karim Sagna
• German Language and Literature Margaret Hampton
• Japanese Languages and
    Linguistics
Yasumasa Shigenaga
• Spanish and Hispanic Studies Rodolfo Guzmán
• TESOL Candice Marshall
Mathematics Anand Pardhanani
Music Forrest Tobey
Philosophy Kevin Miles
Physics and Astronomy Seth Hopper
Politics Jennifer Seely
Psychology Vince Punzo
Religion Rebekah Trollinger
Sociology/Anthropology JoAnn Martin
Theatre Arts Lynne Perkins Socey
Interdisciplinary ProgramsDirector/Convener
African and African American Studies James Logan (Director)
Betsy Schlabach (Convener)
Archaeology Cynthia Fadem
Biochemistry Kalani Seu
Environmental Sustainability Karen Mager
Equestrian Management Cynthia Fadem
Film Studies Ferit Güven
Human Development and Social Relations Nelson Bingham
International Studies Jennifer Seely
Japanese Studies Eric Cunningham
Museum Studies Ann-Eliza Lewis
Neuroscience Bob Rosenberg
Peace and Global Studies Joanna Swanger
Pre-Engineering Cynthia Fadem and Andy Moore
Women's, Gender, Sexuality Studies Ryan Murphy
Other ProgramsDirector(s)
Honors Program
Nate Eastman
Institute for Education on Japan Dyron Dabney
Joseph Moore Museum Heather Lerner
LIFT Program Bonita Washington-Lacey and Neal Baker
EPIC CentersDirector(s)
Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Gene Hambrick
Center for Environmental Leadership Jamie Pavey
Center for Global and Career Education  Roger Adkins
Center for Global Health Peter Blair
Center for Social Justice Jonathan Diskin and Ahmed Khanani
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