Advisory Board


Members Departments
Corinne Bishop University Libraries
Melody Bowdon FCTL, Director
Madi Dogariu BHC, Student Services
Linda Futch CDL, Instructional Specialist
Michael Hampton Interdisciplinary Studies, Director & Professor
Tadayuki Hara Tourism, Events and Attractions (Interim Chair)
Rebecca Hines CED, Child, Family & Community Sciences and Regional Campuses
Carolyn Hopp CED, School of Teaching, Learning and Leadership
Alisha Janowsky COS, Psychology & FCTL Fellow
Travis Jewett COM, Biomedical Sciences
Anna Jones CAH, English
Jim Katt COS, Communications
John Lynxwiler Regional Campus
Bernard Mackey Pre-Professional Advising, Director
Patti MacKown SDES, Student Rights & Responsibilities
Eric Main

FCTL, Assistant Director

Jack McGuire COS, Dean Ofiice
Don Merritt OIR, Coordinator
Lauryn Migenes CBA, Management
Charles Reilly CECS, Interim Associate Dean
Pamela Kirby COHPA, Associate Dean
Meg Scharf Library, Associate Director
Consuelo Stebbins Internationalization, Assistant Vice President & Professor
Pam Thomas COS, Biology & FCTL Fellow
Elliot Vittes Undergraduate Studies, Director
Linda Walters COS, Biology & FCTL Fellow
Lisa Wayte Academic Computing, Assistant Director
Susan Wegmann CON, Nursing
Kevin Yee FCTL, Assistant Director
Beth Young CAH, Writing and Rhetoric & FCTL Fellow
Amy Zeh Service-Learning, Director
Pavel Zemliansky CAH, Writing and Rhetoric

Other Years


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Cynthia Hutchinson
College of Education Cynthia      Hutchinson I am a follower of Leo Buscaglia who prefers the term "educator" to "teacher." He explains that "educator" comes from the Latin term, "educare," which means to tend or support the growth of another. That is the role I hope to play in the lives of my students. I am careful to follow A. Bronson Alcott's ...

Jane Compson
College of Arts and Humanities Jane Compson ‘How do we know?’ This is a key question in many philosophical and religious traditions, and is one my students consider in many different contexts. Just as important, though, is the question of the way in which we know things. In our culture, we tend to take it for granted that the rational and the se...

Sandra Wheeler
College of Sciences Sandra Wheeler As an anthropologist and educator, I engage students in the exploration of human difference and understand it as a strength rather than weakness. In the current political climate where human difference is commonly feared and vilified, we need students to think anthropologically and appreciate the complex and diver...