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WFU welcomes new faculty for 2005-2006

By Maggie Barrett
336.758.5237
August 29, 2005

Fifty new faculty members will teach on Wake Forest University's Reynolda Campus during the 2005–2006 academic year.

Forty new faculty members will teach in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Wake Forest School of Law welcomes five new faculty members, and the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy will have two new faculty members. The Babcock Graduate School of Management welcomes two new faculty members and the Divinity School welcomes one new faculty member.

Following is a list of new faculty in each area:

College:

  • Irma Alarcón, assistant professor of Romance languages
  • Elizabeth Barron, visiting assistant professor of Romance languages
  • Karina Bautista, instructor in Romance languages
  • Kristin Bennett, visiting assistant professor of education
  • Lynn Book, visiting associate professor of theatre
  • Thomas Brister, visiting assistant professor of political science
  • Karen Buchmueller, assistant professor of chemistry
  • David Charbonneau, visiting assistant professor of English
  • Forrest Charnock, visiting assistant professor of physics
  • Devon Fisher, instructor in English
  • Bryan Giemza, visiting assistant professor of English
  • Vona Groarke, visiting poet-in-residence
  • Robert Hellyer, assistant professor of history
  • Avram Hiller, visiting assistant professor of philosophy
  • Nathan Howard, visiting assistant professor of history
  • Kyung Huer, instructor in Romance languages
  • Matthew Irvin, visiting instructor in sociology
  • Dan Kalantarian, associate director of bands
  • Jeffrey Katula, research assistant professor of health and exercise science
  • Brian Kell, lecturer in computer science
  • Alisa Kessel, visiting instructor in political science
  • David LaCroix, visiting instructor in English
  • Janel Leone, visiting assistant professor of communication
  • Sarah Lischer, assistant professor of political science
  • John Lucido, lecturer in communication
  • Megan Moore, visiting assistant professor of religion
  • Connor O'Callaghan, visiting poet-in-residence
  • Herman Rapaport, Reynolds Professor of English (begins in spring)
  • Jeffrey Rosenthal, instructor in sociology
  • Filip Saidak, visiting assistant professor of mathematics
  • Benjamin Schreier, visiting assistant professor of English
  • Bryan Shelly, instructor in political science
  • Charles Sligh, visiting assistant professor of English
  • Patricia Swier, instructor in Romance languages
  • Suzanne Tobey, assistant professor of chemistry
  • Alicia Vitti, instructor in Romance languages
  • Daniel Watson, instructor in mathematics
  • Jarrod Whitaker, assistant professor of religion
  • Heiko Wiggers, lecturer in German
  • Laura Yordy, visiting assistant professor of religion

    Law School:

  • Alan Calnan, visiting professor of law (fall only)
  • Jeffrey Lipshaw, visiting professor of law (fall only)
  • James Nehf, visiting professor of law (spring only)
  • David Smith, visiting professor of law (spring only)
  • Graham Strong, visiting professor of law

    Calloway School:

  • Holly Brower, assistant professor of business
  • Michael Lawless, visiting associate professor of management Lawless was previously a visiting professor of management in the Babcock Graduate School of Management.

    Babcock School

  • Sara Moeller, assistant professor of management
  • Sherry Moss, associate professor of management

    Divinity School

  • Veronice Miles, instructor in Christian education and homiletics (begins in spring)


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