Dec 09, 2018  
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Faculty


 

Faculty Emeriti


The year in parenthesis following faculty names indicates initial appointment to the university. Asterisk (*) denotes tenured faculty.


Alexandra L. Adame, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, magna cum laude, 2004, Mount Holyoke College; MA, Clinical Psychology, 2006, Miami University; PhD, Clinical Psychology, 2010, Miami University

 

Bryan L. Adamson, JD* (2002)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BS, Mass Communications, PhB, Interdisciplinary Studies, 1985, Miami University, Ohio; MA, Mass Communication, 1987, Purdue University; JD, 1990, Case Western Reserve University Law School

 

Saheed Adeyinka Adejumobi, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Global African Studies, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History of African Peoples, 1990, University of Lagos; MA, U.S./African-American and African History, 1994, University of Oregon; PhD, West Africa, Modern Period, 2001, University of Texas at Austin

 

Mara B. Adelman, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Speech Communication, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, Speech Communication, California State University, San Diego; PhD, Speech Communication, 1986, California State University, San Diego

 

Robert A. Aguirre, PhD (2006)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Business Administration and Finance, 1989, San Diego State University; MA, English, 1995, San Diego State University; PhD, English, 2005, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

 

Deborah M. Ahrens, JD* (2007)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, Public Policy, with Honors, 1994, Brown University; MPP, 1996, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government; JD, magna cum laude, 2000, New York University School of Law

 

Janet E. Ainsworth, JD* (1988)

Professor, John D. Eshelman Professor, School of Law

BA, magna cum laude, 1975, Brandeis University; MA, East Asian Studies, 1977, Yale University; JD, cum laude, 1980, Harvard Law School

 

Peter J. Alaimo, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, Philosophy, 1994, University of Michigan; PhD, Chemistry, 1999, University of California, Berkeley

 

Mary A. Alberg, PhD* (1979)

Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Physics, 1963, Wellesley College; MS, Physics, 1970, University of Washington; PhD, Physics, 1974, University of Washington

 

Kenneth D Allan, PhD* (2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Literature, 1994, Washington University; MA, Art History, 1997, University of Chicago; PhD, Art History, High Honors, 2005, University of Chicago

 

Robert H. Alsdorf, JD (2008)

Distinguished Jurist in Residence, School of Law

BA, History, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1967, Carleton College; MA, American History, 1973, Yale Hall of Graduate Studies; JD, 1973, Yale Law School

 

Gabriel Anderson, MA (2007)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, International Relations, 1986, Universidad de Panama; BA, 1997, University of Washington; MA, Spanish, 1997, University of Washington

 

Jeffrey B. Anderson, PhD* (1991)

Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1972, University of Minnesota; MA, Special Education, 1981, University of St. Thomas; PhD, Curriculum Leadership, 1990, University of Denver

 

Robert Andolina, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, International Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Political Science, 1990, University of Rochester; PhD, Political Science, 1999, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

 

Al Ansari, PhD* (1985)

Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Industrial Operations, 1977, International University of RCD; MBA, Production and Operations, 1979, University of Detroit; MS, Operational Research and Quality Control, 1981, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; PhD, Production and Operation Management & Industrial Engineering, 1985, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

 

Constance G. Anthony, PhD* (1988)

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Politics, with Honors, 1971, University of California, Santa Cruz; PhD, Political Science, 1982, University of California, Berkeley

 

Thomas M. Antkowiak, JD* (2008)

Associate Professor, School of Law

AB, English and American Literature and Language, cum laude, 1997, Harvard University; JD, 2003, Columbia Law School

 

David W. Arnesen, JD* (1986)

Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1975, University of Washington; JD, 1977, Seattle University School of Law

 

Harmony J.K. Arnold, MFA (2005)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Fine Arts, 1999, Western Oregon University; MFA, Costume Design, 2004, University of Oregon

 

P. Sven Arvidson, PhD (1999)

Associate Professor, Director of the Liberal Studies Program, Liberal Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Human Development, with Honors, 1980, St. Mary’s College of Maryland; MA, Phenomenological Psychology, 1981, Duquesne University; MA, Philosophy, 1985, Georgetown University; PhD, Philosophy, 1990, Georgetown University

 

Gary L. Atkins, MA* (1978)

Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Communications, Journalism, 1971, Loyola University, Louisiana; MA, Communications, Journalism, 1972, Stanford University

 

April M. Atwood, PhD (2010)

Lecturer, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Business Administration, 1980, The Ohio State University; MA, Business Administration, 1983, The Ohio State University; PhD, Marketing, Consumer Behavior & Quantitative Psychology, 1987, The Ohio State University

 

Joaquin G. Avila, JD (2004)

Practitioner in Residence, Executive Director, Voting Rights Project & Adjunct Professor of Law, School of Law

BA, Political Science, 1970, Yale University; JD, 1973, Harvard Law School

 

Vidya N. Awasthi, PhD* (1996)

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSc, Biology, 1974, Meerut University; MA, Political Science, 1976, Meerut University; MBA, 1984, California State University, Fresno; PhD, Managerial Accounting, 1988, University of Washington

 

SusanEllen Bacon, PhD (2007)

Associate Dean, Professional Development, Continuing Education and Outreach, College of Education

BA, Education, Western Washington University; MS, Communicative Disorders, Marquette University; PhD, Speech Pathology & Audiology, 1988, Kent State University

 

Eric Bahuaud, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BSc, Honours in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 1999, University of Calgary; MS, Mathematics, 2001, Texas A&M University; PhD, Mathematics, 2007, University of Washington

 

Lorraine K. Bannai, JD (1996)

Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

BA, Environmental Studies, with Honors, 1976, University of California, Santa Barbara; JD, 1979, University of San Francisco School of Law

 

Philip L. Barclift, PhD* (1995)

Associate Professor, Liberal Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, BS, Biblical Studies, General Sciences, 1981, Northwest Christian College; MDiv, New Testament Studies, with Honors, 1985, Emmanuel School of Religion; PhD, Historical Theology, 1992, Marquette University

 

Sonia Barrios Tinoco, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Literature, 1999, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello; MA, Spanish Literature, 2001, Washington State University; PhD, Hispanic Languages and Literatures, 2009, University of California, Berkeley

 

John C. Bean, PhD* (1986)

Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, with Honors, Distinction, 1965, Stanford University; PhD, English, 1972, University of Washington

 

Heidi A. Beck, MA (2001)

Instructor, Interim Director, Culture and Language Bridge Program

BA, Drama, 1981, University of Washington; MA, Teaching English as a Second Language, 2001, University of Washington

 

Sarah M. Bee, MBA (1996)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Business Administration, Finance, 1983, Central Washington University; MBA, Accounting, 1993, Seattle University

 

Kay E. Beisse, PhD* (1999)

Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1973, University of Washington; MEd, School Psychology, 1978, Western Washington University; PhD, Educational Psychology, 1993, University of Washington

 

Vladimir Bejan, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Economics, 2003, Emporia State University; MBA, 2006, Emporia State University; PhD, Economics, 2012, Kansas State University

 

Steven W. Bender, JD* (2011)

Professor, School of Law

BS, Political Science, Phi Beta Kappa,1982, University of Oregon; JD, Order of the Coif, 1985, University of Oregon School of Law

 

Ken Benoit, MA (2004)

Instructor, Culture and Language Bridge Program

BA, French, 1990, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, Teaching English as a Second Language, 2001, University of Washington; MA, French, 2003, University of Oregon

 

Michael Bisesi, EdD (2001)

Professor, Director, Center for Non-Profit & Social Enterprise Management and Deputy Executive Director, Institute of Public Service, Center for Non-Profit and Social Enterprise Management, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Speech, 1972, University of Texas, Austin; MS, Education, 1974, Indiana University; EdD, 1980, University of Houston

 

Rick J. Block, MLS (2011)

Associate Librarian, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, International Relations, 1979, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; MA, Political Science, 1980, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MLS, Library Science, 1982, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Jeffrey L. Boersema, PhD* (2001)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Mathematics, Philosophy, 1992, Calvin College; MS, Mathematics, 1995, University of Oregon; PhD, Mathematics, 1999, University of Oregon

 

Gail E. Bond, PhD (2007)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, Nursing, 1978, Oregon Health Sciences University; MN, 1980, Oregon Health Sciences University; PhD, Education, 1995, University of Washington

 

Heidi S. Bond, JD (2009)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

BS, Chemistry, Pure Mathematics, 2000, Florida State University; MS, Physical Chemistry, 2003, University of California, Berkeley; JD, summa cum laude, 2006, University of Michigan Law School

 

David A. Boness, PhD* (1990)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Philosophy, Physics, 1980, Yale University; MS, Geophysics, 1985, University of Washington; PhD, Geophysics, 1991, University of Washington

 

Brenda Bourns, PhD (2005)

Lecturer, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Biology, with Honors, 1986, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; PhD, Pathology, 1997, University of Washington

 

Deirdre M. Bowen, JD, PhD (1996)

Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

BA, Sociology, cum laude, 1987, Boston University; MA, Sociology, 1996, University of Washington; JD, cum laude, 1990, State University of New York at Buffalo; PhD, Sociology, 2002, University of Washington

 

Bonnie H. Bowie, MBA, MSN (2000)

Assistant Professor, Department Chair, College of Nursing

BSN, 1983, University of San Diego; MBA, 1986, University of San Diego; MSN, 1986, University of San Diego

 

Mary Bowman, JD (2001)

Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

BA, Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1995, Seattle University; JD, Order of the Coif, 1998, Stanford University Law School

 

Maryann Bozzette, PhD (2010)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, 1973, D’Youville College; MA, Parent and Child Nursing, 1984, University of Washington; PhD, Nursing Science, 1997, University of Washington

 

Sandra F. Brandt, MLIS (1994)

Associate Librarian, Reference Department, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, English, 1968, University of Iowa; MLIS, 1980, University of Missouri

 

Mary Kay Brennan, MSW (2002)

Clinical Professor, Director of the Bachelor of Social Work Program, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Special Education, 1978, Western Michigan University; MSW, Clinical Casework, 1982, University of Michigan

 

Lisa E. Brodoff, JD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Director of the Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic, School of Law

BA, History, 1977, University of Vermont; JD, 1980, Hofstra University

 

Peter A. Brous, PhD* (1992)

Professor, Khahil Dibee Endowed Chair, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Finance, 1981, University of Connecticut; PhD, Finance, 1989, University of Oregon

 

Brenda B. Broussard, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, College of Nursing

BSN, cum laude, 1989, University of Washington; PhD, Nursing, 2002, University of Washington

 

Patrick D. Brown, JD, PhD (1999)

Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Law

BA, English, summa cum laude, Philosophy, 1981, Boston College; MA, Philosophy, 1988, Boston College; JD, 1993, University of Washington; PhD, Philosophy, 2000, Boston College

 

June J. Bube, PhD* (1996)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, with Distinction, 1974, Stanford University; MS, Education, 1975, Stanford University; MA, English, with Honors, 1977, Mills College; PhD, English, 1995, University of Washington

 

Bonnie G. Buchanan, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Statistics, with Honors, 1990, University of New South Wales; MA, Applied Science and Statistics, 1993, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; PhD, Finance, 2000, University of Georgia

 

William J. Buckley, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1977, Cardinal Glennon College; MA, Religion, 1984, University of Chicago; PhD, Social Ethics, 1994, University of Chicago

 

Maria Bullon-Fernandez, PhD* (1995)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Literature and Language, 1988, Universidad de Sevilla; PhD, Medieval Studies, 1995, Cornell University

 

Sr. Mary Rose Bumpus, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Music, Secondary Education, 1970, Edgecliff College; MEd, Human Development Counseling, 1984, Vanderbilt University; MA, New Testament Studies, 1990, Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley; PhD, Christian Spirituality, 2000, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley

 

Chauncey A. Burke, PhD* (1977)

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, BA, Accounting, 1970, Mt. St. Mary’s College; MBA, Marketing, 1977, University of Washington; PhD, Communications, 1987, University of Washington

 

Sharon J. Callahan, EdD* (1990)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean, School of Theology and Ministry

BFA, Drama, 1971, Fort Wright College; MA, Speech and Drama, 1975, Ball State University; MA, Adult Christian Community Development, 1990, Regis University; EdD, Educational Leadership, 1996, Seattle University

 

Katherine Camacho Carr, PhD* (2003)

Professor, N. Jean Bushman Endowed Chair, College of Nursing

BSN, 1971, Loyola University, Chicago; MS, 1974, University of Illinois; PhD, Nursing Science, 1989, University of Washington

 

Cathy Cao, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

ME, Management Engineering, 1998, Shanghai Jiaotong University; MS, Finance, 2003, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; PhD, Finance, 2010, University of Texas at Dallas

 

Jason S. Capps, PhD (2004)

Core Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Sociology, Anthropology, 1997, Southwest Missouri State University; MA, Sociology, 2001, University of Kansas; PhD, Sociology, 2010, University of Kansas

 

Maria T. Carl, PhD* (1996)

Associate Professor, Director of Medieval Studies, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, cum laude, 1975, St. Mary’s College; PhD, Philosophy, 1989, Marquette University

 

David F. Carrithers, MBA (1984)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Philosophy, English, 1974, Iowa State University; MBA, Finance, 1984, University of Washington

 

John D. Carter, PhD* (2001)

Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, 1994, University of Puget Sound; MS, Applied Mathematics, 1997, University of Colorado PhD, Applied Mathematics, 2001, University of Colorado

 

Stephen T. Chan, PhD* (1996)

Associate Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BD, Theology, 1989, Chinese University of Hong Kong; MA, Divinity, 1990, The Divinity School, University of Chicago; PhD, Divinity, 1998, The Divinity School, University of Chicago

 

Robert S. Chang, JD* (2008)

Professor, Executive Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality School of Law

AB, Molecular Biology, cum laude, 1988, Princeton University; MA, Philosophy, 1992, Duke University; JD, with Honors, 1992, Duke University

 

Woong Jo Chang, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Chinese Language and Literature, 2002, Seoul National University; MA, Performing Arts, 2004, Seoul National University; PhD, Cultural Policy and Arts Administration, 2011, The Ohio State University

 

John P. Chattin-McNichols, PhD* (1979)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

AB, Psychology, 1973, University of California, Los Angeles; PhD, Child Development and Early Education, 1979, Stanford University

 

Xusheng Chen, PhD* (1988)

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, 1968, Institute of Power Engineering; MSEE, 1982, Jiao Tong University; MSEE, 1984, Louisiana State University; PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1987, Washington State University

 

Kristin A. Cheney, JD, MLS (1994)

Librarian, Associate Dean, Library and Educational Technology, School of Law

BS, Sociology, summa cum laude, Psychology, 1973, Northern Michigan University; JD, 1984, University of Puget Sound School of Law; MLS, 1987, University of Washington

 

Mark A. T. Chinen, JD* (1996)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, Asian Studies, cum laude,1981, Pomona College; MDiv, magna cum laude, 1984, Yale Divinity School; JD, cum laude, 1988, Harvard Law School

 

Tina S. Ching, JD, MLIS (2007)

Associate Librarian, School of Law

BA, Rhetoric and Media Studies, Politics, 2001, Willamette University; JD, 2004, University of Oregon School of Law; MLIS, 2005, University of Washington

 

Niranjan Chipalkatti, PhD* (2004)

Professor, O’Brien Endowed Chair, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BCom, 1981, University of Bombay; PhD, 1993, University of Massachusetts, Amherst;

 

Margaret Chon, JD* (1996)

Professor, Donald & Linda Horowitz Chair for the Pursuit of Justice, School of Law

AB, Biology, 1979, Cornell University; MHSA, 1981, University of Michigan School of Public Health; JD, cum laude, 1986, University of Michigan Law School

 

Terry F. Cicero, MSN (1993)

Instructor, College of Nursing

BS, Nursing, 1975, Eastern Washington University; MSN, 1982, University of Washington

 

Annette E. Clark, MD, JD* (1989)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BS, Zoology, summa cum laude, 1981, Washington State University; MD, with Honors, 1985, University of Washington School of Medicine; JD, summa cum laude, 1989, University of Puget Sound School of Law

 

Ronald H. Clark, JD (2007)

Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, School of Law

BA, University of Washington; JD, 1969, Willamette University

 

Terri P. Clark, PhD (2007)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BA, Philosophy, Yale University; MSN, Nurse-Midwifery and Maternal-Newborn Health, Yale University; MA, Sociology, University of California, San Diego; PhD, Sociology, 1995, University of California, San Diego

 

Carol Wolfe Clay, MFA* (1987)

Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Interior Design, 1977, California State University, Fresno; MFA, Dramatic Art, Design, 1985, University of California, Davis

 

Carolyn T. Coffin, MPH (2004)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Diagnostic Ultrasound, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Psychology, Criminology, 1972, Florida State University; MPH, Public Health, 2000, University of Denver

 

Mark D. Cohan, PhD (2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, with High Honors, 1989, University of Florida; MA, Sociology, 1995, University of Florida; PhD, Sociology, 2002, University of Florida

 

Marc A Cohen, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Mathematics, cum laude, 1989, University of Pennsylvania; MA, Art History, 1994, Northwestern University; PhD, Philosophy, 2002, University of Pennsylvania

 

Brooke D. Coleman, JD (2009)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, summa cum laude, 1996, The University of Arizona; JD, 1999, Harvard Law School

 

Peter A. Collins, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Sociology, 2001, University of Oregon; MA, Criminal Justice Administration, 2006, Boise State University; PhD, Criminal Justice, 2011, Washington State University

 

Kathleen E. Cook, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Music Education, 1988, University of Louisville; PhD, Psychology, 2002, University of Washington

 

Robert E. Cornwell, PhD* (2001)

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Civil Engineering, with Honors, 1977, University of Texas, Austin; MS, Engineering, 1979, University of Texas, Austin; PhD, Engineering Mechanics, 1991, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Therese S. Cory, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BPhil, Theology and Classics, summa cum laude, 2005, Ave Maria College; MA, Philosophy, 2007, Catholic University of America; PhD, Philosophy, 2009, Catholic University of America

 

Charisse L. Cowan Pitre, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, English, 1991, University of Washington; MA, Education, 1996, Seattle University; PhD, Education, 2002, University of North Texas

 

Karen D. Cowgill, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

BS, Nursing, 1994, Columbia University; MPH, 1995, Columbia University; PhD, Epidemiology, 2002, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

Isiaah Crawford, PhD* (2008)

Provost, Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, St. Louis University; MA, Clinical Psychology, DePaul University; PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1987, DePaul University

 

Lori Cray, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, 2005, University of Washington, Bothell; PhD, Nursing, 2009, University of Washington

 

Faustino (Tito) M. Cruz, PhD* (2011)

Associate Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BS, Tourism, 1982, University of the Philippines; MDiv, 1986, Franciscan School of Theology; MA, 1988, Graduate Theological Union; PhD, Theology and Education, 2001, Boston College

 

Sharon L. Cumberland, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, Coe College; MA, English, Drake University; PhD, English, 1994, City University of New York

 

Richard G. Cunningham, DMin (1995)

Assistant Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, 1962, Northwest Christian College; MDiv, Psychology, Sociology, 1968, Pacific School of Religion; MEd, 1968, Pacific School of Religion; DMin, 1981, Drew University School of Theology

 

Benjamin W. Curtis, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Political Science, Spanish, 1994, Middlebury College; MS, European Politics and Policy, 1995, London School of Economics; MA, Political Science, 1997, University of Chicago; PhD, Political Science, 2002, University of Chicago

 

Annie Lirong Dai, PhD (2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Computer Science, 1998, Sichuan Union University; MS, Computer Science, 2000, University of Texas at Dallas; PhD, Computer Science, 2005, The University of Texas at Dallas

 

Vinay T. Datar, PhD* (1994)

Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BT, Mechanical Engineering, 1978, Indian Institute of Technology; PhD, Finance, 1994, University of Florida

 

Angelique Davis, JD (2005)

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Law and Diversity, 1995, Western Washington University; JD, 1999, University of Washington School of Law

 

Andrew R. Davis, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Classics, 2000, University of North Carolina; MTS, Biblical Studies, 2004, Weston Jesuit School of Theology; MA, Near Eastern Studies, 2007, Johns Hopkins University; PhD, Near Eastern Studies, 2010, John Hopkins University

 

Carlos A. De Mello-e-Souza, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Electrical/Systems Engineering, 1975, Catholic University of Rio de Janiero; MS, Operations Research, 1979, Catholic University of Rio; MBA, 1981, Cornell University; PhD, Accounting, 1989, Cornell University

 

Lynn Deeken, MLIS (2008)

Associate Librarian, Instruction and Assessment Coordinator, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BS, Psychology, 1994, Pacific Lutheran University; MLIS, 1998, University of British Columbia

 

Frederick C. DeKay, PhD* (1980)

Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1972, University of Washington; MA, Political Economy, 1978, Johns Hopkins University; PhD, Political Economy, 1979, Johns Hopkins University

 

Richard Delgado, JD (2008)

University Professor, School of Law

AB, Mathematics, Philosophy, University of Washington; JD, 1974, University of California, Berkeley

 

Sidney W. DeLong, JD* (1984)

Professor, School of Law

BA, Philosophy, 1969, Vanderbilt University; JD, 1974, Yale University School of Law

 

Robert J. Deltete, PhD* (1983)

Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, summa cum laude, Philosophy, 1969, Seattle University; MA, Philosophy, 1974, Yale University; MA, History of Science and Medicine, 1974, Yale University; MPhil, Philosophy, History of Science and Medicine, 1976, Yale University; PhD, Philosophy, 1984, Yale University

 

Janiece DeSocio, PhD (2010)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Continuing Education, Director of the DNP, College of Nursing

BA, Psychology, 1973, Kansas Newman College; MSN, 1980, Wichita State University; PhD, Nursing, 2000, University of Rochester School of Nursing

 

Diane L. Dick, JD, LLM (2011)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, summa cum laude, 1997, Florida International University, Honors College; MA, Political Science, magna cum laude, 1999, Florida International University; JD, magna cum laude, 2005, University of Florida Levin College of Law; LLM, Taxation, 2011, University of Florida Levin College of Law

 

Janet K.G. Dickson, JD, LLM (1997)

Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

BA, Political Science, 1982, University of California, Davis; JD, cum laude, 1988, Seattle University School of Law; LLM, Taxation, 2000, University of Washington School of Law

 

John W. Dienhart, PhD* (1999)

Professor, Frank Shrontz Endowed Chair of Professional Ethics, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Philosophy, 1972, Roosevelt University; AM, Philosophy, 1976, University of Illinois, Urbana; PhD, Philosophy, 1979, University of Illinois, Urbana

 

Shusen Ding, PhD* (1999)

Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

MS, Mathematics, 1987, Harbin Institute of Technology; PhD, Mathematics, 1996, Florida State University

 

Adair D. Dingle, PhD* (1995)

Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, cum laude, 1981, Duke University; MS, Computer Science, 1986, Northwestern University; PhD, Computer Science, 1989, University of Texas, Dallas

 

Daniel A Dombrowski, PhD* (1988)

Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1974, University of Maine, Orono; PhD, Philosophy, 1979, St. Louis University

 

Yancy H. Dominick, PhD (2007)

Core Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

PhD, Philosophy, 2005, University of Kansas

 

Michelle L. DuBois, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, BA, Biochemistry, Chemistry, 1990, North Carolina State University; PhD, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, 1996, University of Colorado, Boulder

 

Gillian Dutton, JD (2009)

Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills, Director of the Externship Program, School of Law

BA, Chinese Studies, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Sociology, 1982, University of California, San Diego; MA, Chinese Studies, 1985, University of California, San Diego; JD, 1988, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley

 

Theresa M. Earenfight, PhD* (1998)

Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1981, University of Minnesota; MA, Medieval European History, 1989, Fordham University; PhD, Medieval and Early Modern History, 1997, Fordham University

 

John K. Eason, JD, LLM* (2010)

Professor, School of Law

BS, Business Administration, cum laude, 1989, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; JD, summa cum laude, 1992, Duke University School of Law; LLM, Taxation, 1999, University of Florida Levin College of Law

 

Eric D. Eberhard, JD, LLM (2009)

Practitioner in Residence, School of Law

BA, Political Science, 1967, Western Reserve University; JD, 1970, University of Cincinnati College of Law; LLM, 1972, George Washington University Law School

 

Robert Efird, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Socio-cultural Anthropology, magna cum laude, 1990, Yale University; MA, Regional Studies-East Asia, 1994, Harvard University; MA, Socio-cultural Anthropology, , 1998, University of Washington; PhD, Socio-cultural Anthropology, 2004, University of Washington

 

Noreen E. Elbert, EdD (2007)

Lecturer, Center for Nonprofit and Social Enterprise Management, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Communication, Public Relations, 1990, Central Washington University; MA, Public Administration, 1998, Seattle University; EdD, Educational Leadership, 2006, Seattle University

 

Azita Emami, PhD* (2008)

Dean, Professor, College of Nursing

RN, Nursing, 1993, KarolinskaInstitutet; MNS, Transcultural and International Nursing, 1994, KarolinskaInstitutet and Red Cross College of Nursing; Teaching Credential Degree, Nursing Education, 1996, Stockholm Institute of Education; PhD, Medical Science (Nursing), 2000, KarolinskaInstitutet

 

Ekaterina E. Emm, PhD (2004)

Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Business Administration, 1997, Boston University; MS, Finance, 2000, Georgia State University; PhD, Finance, 2005, Georgia State University

 

David E. Engdahl, SJD* (1981)

Professor, School of Law

AB, Philosophy, cum laude, 1961, University of Kansas; LLB, 1964, University of Kansas; SJD, 1969, University of Michigan

 

Anne M. Enquist, MAT (1980)

Professor of Lawyering Skills, Associate Director of Legal Writing, School of Law

BA, English, magna cum laude, 1972, New Mexico State University; BS, magna cum laude, 1972, New Mexico State University; MAT, English, 1977, University of Washington

 

Christie S. Eppler, PhD* (2009)

Associate Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Literature, English, 1994, Wheaton College; MA, Counseling and Guidance, 1997, University of Missouri, Kansas City; MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, 1999, Michigan State University; PhD, Family and Child Ecology, 2002, Michigan State University

 

Karl Douglas Eriksen, MLIS (2006)

Assistant Librarian, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, History, 1997, University of Oregon; BS, 1998, University of Oregon; MEd, 2000, University of Oregon; MLIS, 2006, University of Washington

 

Rose Ernst, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Government, magna cum laude, 2000, Cornell University; MA, Political Science, 2003, University of Washington; PhD, Political Science, 2007, University of Washington

 

John D. Eshelman, PhD* (1969)

Professor, Provost Emeritus, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSBA, Business Administration, Harding College; MA, Economics, University of Washington; PhD, Economics, 1971, University of Washington

 

Amy L. Eva, PhD * (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, English, with Honors, 1993, La Sierra University; MA, English, 1995, La Sierra University; PhD, Educational Psychology: Human Development and Cognition, 2003, University of Washington

 

Ming Feng, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Director of the Chinese Program and Suzhou Program, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Linguistics and Literature, 1981, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Languages; MEd, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, 1991, State University of New York, Buffalo; PhD, Second Language Acquisition, 1997, State University of New York, Buffalo

 

Holly S. Ferraro, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Interdisciplinary Science, Wilberforce University; MA, 1999, Western Michigan University; PhD, Business and Management, 2006, University of Maryland

 

Brian J. Fischer, DSc (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Mathematics, magna cum laude, 1999, Illinois Wesleyan University; MA, Mathematics, 2001, University of Missouri, St. Louis; DSc, Systems Science and Mathematics, 2005, Washington University, St. Louis

 

Kerry L. Fitz-Gerald, JD, MLIS (2002)

Associate Librarian, School of Law

AB, Philosophy, with Distinction, 1989, Duke University; MA, Chinese Philosophy, 1992, University of Hawaii at Manoa; JD, cum laude, 1995, University of Wisconsin Law School; MLIS, 2002, University of Washington

 

Katie E. Fitzpatrick, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Public Policy, 1999, Stanford University; MPP, Public Policy, 2004, Georgetown University; PhD, Economics, 2009, Syracuse University

 

Paul W. Fontana, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, French, with Honors, 1991, Michigan State University; BS, with Honors, 1991, Michigan State University; MS, Physics, 1994, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Physics, 1999, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Theodore N. Fortier, PhD, * (1995)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Archaeology, 1975, Simon Fraser University; MA, Philosophy, 1981, Gonzaga University; MDiv, ThM, 1987, Jesuit School of Theology; PhD, Anthropology, 1996, Washington State University

 

Terry N. Foster, JD, MBA (1991)

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, German, 1972, University of Oregon; JD, 1976, University of Puget Sound; MBA, 1992, Seattle University

 

Rev. John F. Foster, S.J., MA (1975)

Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Classics, Education, English, 1962, Gonzaga University; MA, English, 1970, Seattle University;

 

Jennifer L. Fricas, MPH (2007)

Instructor, College of Nursing

BSN, magna cum laude, James Madison University; MPH, Global Health Policy, The George Washington University

 

Charlotte Garden, JD, LLM (2011)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

BA, Sociology, great distinction, English Literature, 2000, McGill University; JD, cum laude, 2003, New York University; LLM, with distinction, 2010, Georgetown University Law Center

 

John J. Gardiner, PhD* (1991)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Educational Leadership, College of Education

BA, Mathematics, 1967, University of Florida; PhD, Higher Education Administration, 1973, University of Florida

 

Claire Garoutte, MFA (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, French, Economics, 1984, Willamette University; MFA, Photography, 1990, University of Washington

 

Jeffrey Gilles, MS (2001)

Instructor, Director, Project Center, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Film and Broadcasting, 1977, University of Iowa; BS, 1981, University of Iowa; MS, Computer Science, with Honors, 1988, University of Iowa

 

Karen A. Gilles, MLS (1981)

Associate Librarian, Reference Department, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, History, 1968, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; MLS, 1978, University of Washington

 

Carmen Gitre, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, International Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1995, Northwestern University; MAT, Secondary Education, 2001, Dominican University; PhD, History, 2011, Rutgers University

 

Nirmala Gnanapragasam, PhD* (1993)

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSc, Civil Engineering, 1985, University of Moratuwa; MS, Civil Engineering, 1989, Northwestern University; PhD, Civil Engineering, 1993, Northwestern University

 

Carmen G. Gonzalez, JD* (1999)

Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, 1985, Yale University; JD, cum laude, 1988, Harvard Law School

 

Karen “Ki” A. Gottberg, MFA* (1988)

Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Fine Art, Social Theory, 1980, Fairhaven College, Western Washington University; MFA, Professional Actor Training Program, 1983, University of Washington

 

Mary A. Graham, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Criminal Justice, 1991, Central Washington University; MS, Psychology: School Counseling Certification, 2001, Eastern Washington University; PhD, Counseling, 2007, Oregon State University

 

David A. Green, PhD (2006)

Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

BA, German Studies, with Honors, University of Birmingham; MA, Education and Professional Development, with Distinction, University of Central England in Birmingham; PhD, 2000, University of Washington

 

Gareth P. Green, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1990, University of Washington; MS, Agricultural and Resource Economics, 1994, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, Agricultural and Resources Economics, 1995, University of California, Berkeley

 

Geoffrey Grosshans, MA (2006)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Language and Literature, with College Honors, magna cum laude, 1969, University of Washington; BA, 1984, University of Washington; MA, English and Comparative Literature, with Honors, 1971, Columbia University

 

Leticia A. Guardiola-Saenz, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BB, Accounting, 1983, Tecnologico de Monterrey; BA, 1987, Tecnologico de Monterrey; MA, Theological Studies, 1990, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary; MDiv, 1992, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary; MA, 2001, Vanderbilt University; PhD, New Testament, 2008, Vanderbilt University

 

Francisco Guerrero, MFA* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BFA, Painting, 1994, University of Southern California; MFA, Visual Arts, 1997, University of California, San Diego

 

Tomas Guillen, MA* (1994)

Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Journalism, 1974, University of Arizona; MA, Communication, 1990, University of Washington

 

Elaine Gunnison, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Director of Criminal Justice Graduate Program, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, magna cum laude, 1996, Wright State University; MS, Criminal Justice, 1997, University of Cincinnati; PhD, Criminal Justice, 2001, University of Cincinnati

 

Georgia Gurrieri, PhD (2000)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, French, 1971, University of Connecticut; MA, Modern French Literature, 17th Century Theater, 1972, Boston University; PhD, French Literature and Cinema Studies, 1992, University of Iowa

 

Gabriella Gutierrez y Muhs, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Director of Diversity, Citizenship, Social Justice Core Track, Director of the Latin American Studies Program, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, French, Spanish, 1981, Occidental College; MA, Spanish and Portuguese, 1992, Stanford University; PhD, Chicana/o Literature, 2000, Stanford University

 

Haejeong Hazel Hahn, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, Phi Beta Kappa, 1988, Wellesley College; MA, History, 1991, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, History, 1997, University of California, Berkeley

 

Christian M. Halliburton, JD* (2002)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, Anthropology, 1995, University of California, Berkeley; JD, 1998, Columbia University School of Law

 

Steen Halling, PhD* (1976)

Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, 1968, York University; MA, Psychology, 1970, Duquesne University; PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1976, Duquesne University

 

Julie A. Harms-Cannon, PhD (2008)

Core Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, 1991, Western Washington University; MA, Sociology, 1994, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; PhD, Sociology, 1997, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Jannette S. Hartley, MILS (1999)

Associate Librarian, Head of Technical Services, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, English, 1988, Washington College; MILS, 1990, University of Michigan

 

Rebecca L. Hartley, PhD* (1990)

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Biology, magna cum laude, 1984, University of Washington; PhD, Zoology, 1989, Indiana University

 

Hilary L. Hawley, PhD (2008)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, 1996, University of Washington; MA, 2001, Eastern Washington University; PhD, English, 2006, Washington State University

 

Tanya Hayes, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Institute of Public Service, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Politics, 1995, Whitman College; MA, Urban and Regional Planning, 2002, University of California, Los Angeles; PhD, Political Science, Public Policy and Environmental Affairs, 2007, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Jacqueline B. Helfgott, PhD* (1993)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, Society and Justice, 1988, University of Washington; MA, Administration of Justice, 1992, Pennsylvania State University; PhD, Administration of Justice, 1992, Pennsylvania State University

 

Dylan W. Helliwell, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, 1988, Harvey Mudd College; PhD, Mathematics, 2005, University of Washington

 

Allison Henrich, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Philosophy, magna cum laude, 2003, University of Washington; BS, magna cum laude, 2003, University of Washington; MA, Mathematics, 2005, Dartmouth College; PhD, Mathematics, 2008, Dartmouth College

 

Anne Hepfer, MEd (2005)

Instructor, Culture and Language Bridge Program

BA, 2001, University of Washington; MEd, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2005, Seattle University

 

Matthew J. Hickman, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Criminal Justice, 1996, George Washington University; MA, Criminal Justice, 1997, Washington State University; PhD, Criminal Justice, 2005, Temple University

 

Bridget G. Hiedemann, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, High Distinction, 1988, University of Virginia; MA, Economics, 1990, Duke University; PhD, Economics, 1992, Duke University

 

Molly Clark Hillard, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, summa cum laude, 1993, University of California, Davis; MA, Folklore, 1993, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, English, 2004, University of California, Davis

 

Anne M. Hirsch, PhD* (2011)

Professor, Associate Dean for Graduate Education, College of Nursing

PhD, Nursing Synthesis, 1983, Indiana University

 

Paul Holland, JD, LLM* (2004)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Law

BA, American History, cum laude, 1988, Harvard University; JD, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 1991, New York University School of Law; LLM, Advocacy, 1996, Georgetown University Law Center

 

Leanna L. Holmer, PhD* (1995)

Associate Professor, Institute of Public Service, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Economics, 1974, The Ohio State University; MPA, 1978, The Ohio State University; PhD, Public Policy and Management, 1993, The Ohio State University

 

Burt C. Hopkins, PhD* (1989)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1977, Allegheny College; MA, Philosophy, 1983, Ohio University; PhD, Philosophy, 1988, DePaul University

 

Colette Hoption, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, French Studies, 2001, Queen’s University; BA, Honours, 2002, Queen’s University; MSc, Organizational Behavior, 2003, Queen’s University; PhD, Organizational Behavior, 2006, Queen’s University

 

Randall A. Horton, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1988, University of Virginia; PhD, Psychology and Human Development, 2006, University of Chicago

 

Benjamin Howe, PhD (2008)

Core Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, cum laude, 1996, University of Leuven; MA, Philosophy, cum laude, 1998, University of Leuven; PhD, Philosophy, magna cum laude, 2008, University of Leuven

 

Margaret L. Hudson, PhD* (1974)

Associate Professor, PreMed Advisor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Botany, 1968, University of Washington; PhD, Botany, 1974, University of Washington

 

Robert D. Hughes, EdD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Professional Studies, College of Education

BA, 1979, Bethany Bible College; MAT, English, 1989, University of Washington; MEd, Curriculum, and Learning Environments, 1999, Harvard

 

Joanne D. Hughes Clark, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BSc, Physics, with Honors, Astronomy, 1985, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London; PhD, Astrophysics, 1989, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

 

Kristin M. Hultgren, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Biology, Honors and magna cum laude, 1999, Brown University; PhD, Evolution and Ecology, 2007, University of California, Davis

 

Naomi Hume, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Art History, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1994, Princeton University; MA, Art History, 1997, University of Chicago; PhD, Art History, 2004, University of Chicago

 

A. James Humphreys, PhD (2002)

Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, magna cum laude, 1981, University of Washington; MS, Mathematics, 1988, University of Washington; PhD, Mathematics, 1996, Pennsylvania State University

 

Wai-Shun Hung, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, Upper 2nd Class Honours, 1989, Chinese University of Hong Kong; MPhil, Philosophy, 1991, Chinese University of Hong Kong; MA, Translation, 1994, Chinese University of Hong Kong; PhD, French, 2001, University of Cambridge

 

Ivan L. Hutton, PhD (1989)

Assistant Professor, Associate Dean, College of Education

BA, Philosophy, 1968, Gonzaga University; MA, Philosophy, 1970, Gonzaga University; MEd, Master in Divinity, 1974, Jesuit School of Theology; PhD, Administration and Policy Analysis, 1987, Stanford University

 

Le Xuan Hy, PhD* (1999)

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Psychology, summa cum laude, 1982, St. Louis University; BA, summa cum laude, 1982, St. Louis University; MA, Psychology, 1984, Washington University; PhD, Psychology, 1986, Washington University

 

Mathew S. Isaac, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Biological Sciences, 1996, University of Chicago; MBA, Finance and Strategic Management, 2000, University of Chicago; PhD, Marketing, 2010, Kellog School of Management, Northwestern University

 

Nalini Iyer, PhD* (1993)

Professor, Director of the Office of Research Services and Sponsored Projects, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Literature, 1986, University of Madras; MA, English, 1988, Purdue University; PhD, English, 1993, Purdue University

 

Anita Jablonski, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, Nursing, 1975, Grand Valley State University; MSN, Medical/Surgical Nursing, 1978, Wayne State University; PhD, 2004, Michigan State University

 

Susan C. Jackels, PhD* (1995)

Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Chemistry, 1968, Carleton College; PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, 1973, University of Washington

 

Jean M. Jacoby, PhD* (1991)

Professor, Associate Dean, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Water Resources-Limnology, 1978, College of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; MS, Civil & Environmental Engineering and Science, 1981, University of Washington; PhD, Civil & Environmental Engineering and Science, 1986, University of Washington

 

Tiffany L. Jasperson, MSN (2008)

Senior Instructor, College of Nursing

BSN, 2003, University of Washington-Tacoma; MSN, 2008, Seattle Pacific University

 

Sonora Jha, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BCom, Commerce, 1988, Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics; Post-Graduate Diploma, Social Communications Media, 1989, Sophia Polytechnic; PhD, Mass Media and Politics, 2003, Louisiana State University

 

Cinda Johnson, EdD, * (2004)

Associate Professor, Program Director, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BS, Special Education, Elementary Education, 1978, University of Idaho; MA, Administration, Curriculum and Instruction, 1987, Gonzaga University; EdD, Special Education, 1999, University of Washington

 

Stacey M. Jones, PhD (2006)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1989, Carleton College; MA, Economics, 1997, Stanford University; PhD, Economics, 2004, Stanford University

 

Victoria L. Jones, PhD (2010)

Associate Provost for Global Engagement, Office of the Provost,

BA, Broadcast Journalism, Political Science, 1985, University of Southern California; MA, Mass Communications, 1988, University of Pennsylvania; PhD, Intercultural Communication, 2001, Cornell University

 

Mark J. Jordan, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Biology, Phi Beta Kappa, 1997, University of Puget Sound; PhD, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, 2007, University of California, Berkeley

 

Rosa Joshi, MFA* (2000)

Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, summa cum laude, Theater, 1987, Bucknell University; MFA, Directing, 1994, Yale School of Drama

 

Lily Kahng, JD, LLM* (2001)

Professor, School of Law

AB, Philosophy, 1980, Princeton University; JD, 1984, Columbia University School of Law; LLM, Taxation, 1991, New York University

 

Brett K. Kaiser, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Biochemistry, High Honors, 1996, University of California, Davis; PhD, Cancer Biology, 2002, Stanford University

 

William H. Kangas, PhD (1996)

Senior Lecturer, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1985, Whitman College; MA, History, 1988, University of Washington; PhD, History, 1993, University of Washington

 

Naomi Kasumi, MFA* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BFA, Visual Design, 1999, University of Oregon; MFA, Visual Design, 2002, University of Oregon

 

Brian D. Kelly, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

AB, with honors, 1995, Stanford University; MPA, Princeton University; PhD, Economics, Harvard University

 

Carol E. Kelly, MA (2002)

Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Speech, Theatre Arts, 1979, Colorado State University; MA, Theatre History, cum laude, 1988, Columbia University

 

Joanne (Jodi) E. Kelly, EdD (1984)

Dean, Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Photojournalism, 1973, University of Southern California; MRE, 1979, Seattle University; EdD, Educational Leadership, 2005, Seattle University

 

Patrick Kelly, SJ, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Religious Studies, 1983, University of Detroit; MTS, 1989, Harvard Divinity School; STL, 1999, Weston Jesuit School of Theology; PhD, Theology, Ethics and Culture, 2005, Claremont Graduate University, School of Religion

 

Won L. Kidane, LLM, JD* (2008)

Associate Professor, School of Law

LLB, Continental Legal Systems, 1993, Addis Ababa University; Certificate, 1994, San Remo Institute of International Human Rights Center; Certificate in Transnational Law, 1996, University of Brussels; LLM, International and Comparative Law, 1997, University of Georgia School of Law; JD, 2001, University of Illinois College of Law

 

Paul E. Kidder, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, cum laude, 1979, University of Washington; MA, Philosophy, 1982, Boston College; PhD, Philosophy, 1987, Boston College

 

Paulette W. Kidder, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1982, University of Washington; MA, Philosophy, 1985, Boston College; PhD, Philosophy, 1990, Boston College

 

Ben B. Kim, PhD* (1999)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Law, 1978, Seoul National University; MBA, Management Information Systems and Finance, 1984, University of Washington; PhD, Information and Decision Sciences, 1991, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

 

Woo-Joong Kim, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Physics, 2002, Middlebury College; PhD, Physics, 2007, Dartmouth College

 

John B. Kirkwood, JD* (2002)

Professor, Associate Dean, Mission and Strategic Planning, School of Law

AB, Economics, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Honors of Exceptional Distinction, 1970, Yale University; MPP, cum laude, 1974, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; JD, cum laude, 1974, Harvard Law School

 

Steven Klee, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, summa cum laude, 2005, Valparaiso University; MS, Mathematics, 2009, University of Washington; PhD, Mathematics, 2010, University of Washington

 

W.H. Knight, Jr., JD (2008)

Visiting Professor, School of Law

BA, Economics, Speech & Political Sciences, 1976, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; JD, 1979, Columbia University

 

Bruce S. Koch, PhD* (2003)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSBA, Accounting, 1971, University of Florida; MA, Accounting, 1973, University of Florida; PhD, Accounting, 1977, The Ohio State University

 

Kate Koppelman, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1993, DePaul University; MA, English, 1996, Syracuse University; PhD, English, 2002, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

Constance M. Krontz, JD (1994)

Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

BA, Social Welfare, 1985, University of Washington; JD, magna cum laude, 1989, Seattle University

 

Olha Krupa, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Institute of Public Service, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, International Economic Relations, Highest Distinction, 2000, Academy of Commerce, Lviv, Ukraine; MPA, Public Finance, 2002, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University; PhD, Public Finance and Policy Analysis, 2012, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

 

Kevin C. Krycka, PsyD* (1989)

Associate Professor, MAP Director, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Human Communications and Theology, magna cum laude, 1981, Aquinas College; PsyD, Clinical Psychology, 1988, Illinois School of Professional Psychology

 

Katherine G. Kuder, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Civil Engineering, magna cum laude, 2000, Gonzaga University; MS, Civil Engineering, 2002, Northwestern University; PhD, Civil Engineering, 2005, Northwestern University

 

Kelly M. Kunsch, JD, MLS (1987)

Librarian, School of Law

BA, Political Science, summa cum laude, English, 1980, Gonzaga University; JD, 1983, University of Washington School of Law; MLS, Certificate of Law Librarianship, 1985, University of Washington

 

Marianne S. LaBarre, EdD (1986)

Assistant Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Education, cum laude, 1969, Marylhurst College; Certificate of Spiritual Leadership, 1981, Jesuit School of Theology; MA, Theology, 1981, St. Mary’s College; EdD, Educational Leadership, 1996, Seattle University

 

C. Jay Lambe, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Marketing Management, 1983, Virginia Tech; MBA, Finance and Investments, 1991, The George Washington University; PhD, Business Administration, 1998, University of Virginia

 

Joseph M. Langenhan, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, magna cum laude, 1998, Allegheny College; PhD, Organic Chemistry, 2003, University of Wisconsin

 

Eric Larson, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 1997, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MS, Computer Science and Engineering, 2001, University of Michigan; PhD, Computer Science and Engineering, 2004, University of Michigan

 

Michael W. Larson, MSME (2007)

Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSME, 1981, University of Illinois-Urbana; MSME, Thermal Sciences, 1986, University of Arkansas

 

Gail A. Lasprogata, JD, LLM* (1999)

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Marketing, cum laude, 1989, Boston College; JD, cum laude, 1993, Villanova University School of Law; LLM, International Legal Studies, 1994, New York University School of Law

 

Douglas Latch, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Chemistry, cum laude, Psychology, 1998, Gustavus Adolphus College; MS, Chemistry, 2002, University of Minnesota; PhD, Chemistry, 2005, University of Minnesota

 

J. Wesley Lauer, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, Civil Engineering, 1986, Walla Walla College; MEng, Civil Engineering, 1998, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, Civil Engineering, 2006, University of Minnesota

 

S. Kathleen LaVoy, PhD* (1988)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Social Sciences & Professional Programs, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, General Psychology, summa cum laude, 1978, California State University; MA, Developmental Psychology, with Honors and Distinction, 1982, California State University; MS, Personality Psychology, 1987, University of California, Santa Cruz; PhD, Social/Personality Psychology, 1989, University of California, Santa Cruz

 

Beatrice J.W. Lawrence, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Religious Studies, magna cum laude, 1995, Carleton College; MA, Jewish Studies, with distinction, 1998, Emory University; PhD, Hebrew Bible and Jewish Hermeneutics, 2009, Emory University

 

Charles F. Lawrence, PhD* (1989)

Associate Provost for Academic Achievement, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, 1968, Whitman College; MA, Sociology, 1972, New School for Social Research; PhD, Sociology, 1981, New School for Social Research;

 

Lauren V. Lawson, MN (2008)

Lecturer, College of Nursing

BSN, 1979, University of Maryland at Baltimore; MN, 1986, The University of Washington

 

Quan Vu Le, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Political Economy of Natural Resources, 1994, University of California, Berkeley; MA, Economics, 1996, University of San Francisco; PhD, Economics, 2000, Claremont Graduate University

 

Richard J. LeBlanc, PhD* (2008)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Electron Physics, 1972, Louisiana State University; MS, Computer Sciences, 1974, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Computer Sciences, 1977, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Jinyoul Lee, PhD (2008)

Lecturer, Genevieve Albers Visiting Fellow, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Biology, 1990, Sung Kyun Kwan University; MA, Business Administration, 1995, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; PhD, 2001, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Kristi Lee, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, summa cum laude, 2002, Kansas State University; MA, Mental Health Counseling, 2006, Idaho State University; PhD, Counselor Education and Supervision, 2009, College of William and Mary

 

Jacqueline W. Leibsohn, PhD* (1991)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1983, University of California; MS, Counseling Psychology, 1986, Colorado State University; PhD, Counseling Psychology, 1989, Colorado State University

 

Rev. David J. Leigh, S.J., PhD* (1983)

Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Classics, Philosophy, 1961, Gonzaga University; Lic.Phil, 1962, Mt. St. Michael’s; MA, English, 1963, Gonzaga University; MA, Theology, 1969, Regis College; PhD, English, 1972, Yale University

 

Maria Paloma Pascale Leon, PhD (1996)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Applied Foreign Languages, 1988, University de Grenoble III; MA, Specialized Translation, 1989, University de Grenoble III; PhD, French Literature, 1996, University of Washington

 

Valerie A. Lesniak, PhD* (1999)

Associate Professor, Director of Formation, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, History, Theology, 1971, Carlow College; MA, Systematic Theology, 1984, Graduate Theological Union; PhD, Christian Spirituality, 1991, Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley

 

Yitan Li, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Literature and Culture, 2000, Qingdao University; MA, International Relations and Administration, 2002, Southwest Missouri State University; MA, Political Science, 2005, University of Missouri; PhD, Political and International Relations, 2008, University of Southern California

 

Kan Liang, PhD* (1995)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Arts & Humanities, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1980, Nanjing University; MA, History, 1986, Nanjing University; MPhil, History, 1992, Yale University; PhD, History, 1995, Yale University

 

Raven C. Lidman, JD (1987)

Clinical Professor, School of Law

BA, English, 1967, Cornell University; JD, 1977, University of Puget Sound

 

Erica Lilleleht, PsyD* (1999)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Psychology, Biology, 1987, The College of William and Mary; PsyD, Clinical Psychology, 1997, Rutgers University

 

Teresa Wai-Ching Ling, PhD (1996)

Assistant Dean, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Mathematics, 1974, Seattle University; MA, Mathematics, 1975, Washington State University; MS, Engineering Science, 1977, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, Interdisciplinary Program, 1982, University of California, Berkeley

 

Sharon A. Lobel, PhD* (1987)

Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Psychology/Sociology, 1972, Brandeis University; MA, Social Psychology, 1981, Harvard University; PhD, Social Psychology, 1984, Harvard University

 

Diane L. Lockwood, PhD* (1981)

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Speech Communication, 1972, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; MA, Business Communication, 1974, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; PhD, Business Administration, 1981, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Jennifer A. Loertscher, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, German, Chemistry, 1996, Grinnel College; PhD, Environmental Toxicology, 2001, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Henry M. Louie, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, cum laude, 2002, Kettering University; MS, Electrical Engineering, 2004, University of Illinois at Urbana; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 2008, University of Washington

 

Madeline L. Lovell, PhD* (1992)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, 1971, University of Toronto; MSW, 1974, University of Toronto; PhD, Social Welfare, 1986, University of Washington

 

Jessica C. Ludescher, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Philosophy, magna cum laude, 1999, Bryn Mawr College; MA, Philosophy, 2004, University of California, Riverside; PhD, Philosophy, 2007, University of California, Riverside

 

Diana R. Luna, MA (2000)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Spanish and Latin American Literature, 1989, University of Washington; MA, Romance Languages and Literature, 1992, University of Washington

 

Paula Lustbader, JD* (1988)

Professor, Director of the Academic Resource Center, School of Law

BS, Education, cum laude, Criminology, 1982, Southern Oregon State College; JD, cum laude, 1988, University of Puget Sound

 

Diane S. Luwe, BS (1997)

Instructor, Department of Diagnostic Ultrasound, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Biological Science, 1973, Colorado State University

 

Mark S. MacLean, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, summa cum laude, 1994, North Carolina State University; MA, Mathematics, 1996, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Mathematics, 2001, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

David W. Madsen, PhD* (1981)

Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Classics, 1969, Seattle University; MA, Classics, 1974, University of Washington; PhD, Classics, 1981, University of Washington

 

Gregory M. Magnan, PhD* (1992)

Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Financial Administration, 1985, Michigan State University; MBA, Management Science, 1990, Michigan State University; PhD, Production/Operations Management, 1994, Michigan State University

 

Tayyab Mahmud, PhD, JD* (2007)

Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, History, 1973, University of the Punjab; MSc, International Relations, 1975, University of Islamabad; MA, Political Science, 1977, University of Hawaii; PhD, Political Science, 1981, University of Hawaii; JD, 1987, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

 

Rubina Mahsud, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

MD, Medicine, University of the Punjab; MPH, Health Policy and Management, University at Albany; MS, Management, University of Birmingham; PhD, 2006, State University of New York at Albany

 

Kevin Maifeld, MFA (2007)

Professor, Director of the Master of Fine Arts Program, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Accounting, 1982, University of Denver; MFA, Theatre Management/Arts Administration, 2000, University of Alabama

 

Rick Malleus, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Communication Studies, cum laude, Macalester College; MA, Communication Studies, University of Minnesota; PhD, Communication Studies, University of Minnesota

 

Mark S. Markuly, PhD* (2007)

Dean, Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BJ, Journalism, University of Missouri, Columbia School of Journalism; MA, Systematic Theology, Aquinas Institute of Theology; PhD, Education, 2001, St. Louis University

 

Jennifer A. Marrone, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Accountancy, magna cum laude, 1996, Villanova University; PhD, Organizational Behavior, 2004, University of Maryland

 

Michael D. Marsolek, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, 1999, University of Minnesota; PhD, Chemical Engineering, 2005, Northwestern University

 

Natasha T. Martin, JD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Scholarship and Professional Development, School of Law

BS, Computer Information Systems, cum laude, 1989, Xavier University of Louisiana; JD, 1994, University of Notre Dame School of Law

 

Gregory S. Mason, PhD* (1993)

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mechanical Engineering, 1983, Gonzaga University; MS, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 984, Georgia Institute of Technology; PhD, Mechanical Engineering, 1992, University of Washington

 

Michael V. Matriotti, ThD (1999)

Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Philosophy, History of Philosophy, 1966, St. Thomas Seminary; BD, 1968, St. Thomas Seminary; ThD, Philosophy of Religion, 1984, Graduate Theological Union

 

Susan B. Matt, JD, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, Nursing, magna cum laude, 1983, College of New Rochelle School of Nursing; MSN, Nursing, 1994, University of Washington; JD, 1999, University of Washington; PhD, Nursing, 2008, University of Washington School of Nursing

 

Sean McDowell, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BJ, Journalism, English Literature, 1991, University of Missouri, Columbia; MA, English Literature, 1995, Indiana University; PhD, English Literature, 2000, Indiana University

 

Henry W. McGee, Jr., JD, LLM* (1994)

Professor, School of Law

BS, Journalism, 1954, Northwestern University; JD, 1957, DePaul University; LLM, 1970, Columbia University

 

Margit E. McGuire, PhD* (1987)

Professor, Program Director & Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, Elementary Education, 1968, Washington State University; MEd, Special Education, 1972, Central Washington University; PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, 1975, University of Oregon

 

Ryan P. McLaughlin, PhD* (2001)

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Chemistry, cum laude, 1993, University of Puget Sound; PhD, Physical Chemistry, 1999, University of California, Berkeley

 

Sally J. McLaughlin, BA (1991)

Lecturer, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Cellular Biology, 1984, University of California, Berkeley

 

Marc C. McLeod, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Director of the International Studies Program, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Foreign Service, 1989, Georgetown University; MA, Latin American Studies, 1993, University of Texas at Austin; PhD, History, 2000, University of Texas at Austin

 

Clinton D. McNair, PhD (2006)

Associate Professor, Director for Pastoral Counseling, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, History, Education, 1966, Virginia Union University; MDiv, Clinical Pastoral Ministry, 1969, Crozer Theological Seminary; PhD, Psychology, Pastoral Counseling, 1978, Northwestern University

 

E. Nicole Melton, MS (2012)

Assistant Professor, Center for Sport and Exercise, College of Arts and Sciences

BBA, Marketing, magna cum laude, 2005, Texas A&M University; MS, Kinesiology, 2009, Texas A&M University

 

A. Robert Menanteaux, MLS (1978)

Librarian, School of Law

AB, History, 1971, Bradley University; MA, Environmental Studies/Individual Option, 1973, University of Illinois; MA, Legal Studies, 1977, University of Illinois; MLS, Information Studies, 1978, Syracuse University

 

Susan V. Meyers, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, Honors Program, 1999, Seattle University; MFA, Creative Writing, 2004, University of Minnesota; MA, Education Administration, 2005, University of Costa Rica; PhD, Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, 2009, University of Arizona

 

Agnieszka C. Miguel, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Electrical Engineering, cum laude, 1994, Florida Atlantic University; MS, Electrical Engineering, 1996, Florida Atlantic University; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 2001, University of Washington

 

Anita M. Mikasa, MSN (1979)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, Nursing, 1971, Mount Marty College; MSN, Nursing, 1979, University of Washington

 

Paul B. Milan, PhD* (1966)

Associate Professor, Faculty Directory of Xavier Global House, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

Diploma, 1963, Sorbonne; BA, 1964, Seattle University; MA, French, 1966, University of Washington; PhD, Romance Languages, 1972, University of Washington

 

Jacquelyn C. Miller, PhD* (1994)

Associate Provost for Faculty Services, Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Business, Milligan College; MLS, Rutgers University; MA, American History, Rutgers University; PhD, American History, 1995, Rutgers University

 

Kent Milunovich, JD, MILS (2001)

Associate Librarian, School of Law

BA, English, History, 1986, University of Wisconsin, Madison; JD, 1993, Valparaiso University School of Law; MILS, 1995, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

 

John B. Mitchell, JD* (1986)

Professor, School of Law

BA, Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison; JD, 1970, Stanford Law School

 

Barry N. Mitzman, MS (2007)

Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, Simon Fraser University; MS, Journalism, University of Oregon

 

Cynthia D. Moe-Lobeda, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, 1976, St. Olaf College; MSW, 1981, University of Washington School of Social Work; MTS, 1995, Wesley Theological Seminary; PhD, Christian Ethics, 2001, Union Theological Seminary

 

Gonzalo Montoya, MA (2006)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Chemical Engineering, 1992, Universidad Simon Bolivar; MA, Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies, 2004, University of Washington

 

Michael A. Morgan, PhD* (1984)

Associate Professor, Department of Physics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Electrical Engineering, 1975, University of Washington; MS, Physics, 1980, University of Washington; PhD, Physics, 1984, University of Washington

 

Quinton I. Morris, DMA (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BM, Violin Performance, 2002, North Carolina School of the Arts; MM, Violin Performance, with distinction, 2004, The Boston Conservatory; DMA, Violin Performance, 2008, Butler School of Music, The University of Texas at Austin

 

Alvin T. Moser, PhD* (1988)

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, Electrical Engineering, 1975, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MSEE, Electrical Engineering, 1977, University of Washington; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 1988, University of Illinois

 

Alexander C. Mouton, MFA (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Comparative Literature, Film Studies, 1996, Indiana University; MFA, Photography, 2001, Indiana University

 

Patrick J.M. Murphy, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BA, Biology, Philosophy, 1997, Wittenberg University; MS, Pharmacology, 2001, University of Michigan; PhD, Pharmacology, 2003, University of Michigan

 

Rev. Thomas R Murphy, S.J., PhD* (1999)

Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1981, College of the Holy Cross; MA, History, 1982, Brown University; MA, Philosophy, 1991, Loyola University, Chicago; PhD, History, 1998, University of Connecticut

 

Jennifer Mussman, MN (2006)

Clinical Instructor, College of Nursing

BSN, 1998, University of Washington, Bothell; MN, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program, 2005, University of Washington

 

David Lewis Neel, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, summa cum laude, with Honors, 1995, University of Puget Sound; AM, Mathematics, 1997, Dartmouth College; PhD, Mathematics, 2002, Dartmouth College

 

Paul O. Neudorfer, PhD* (1980)

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, Electrical Engineering, 1970, University of Washington; MSEE, Electrical Engineering, 1973, University of Washington; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 1979, University of Washington

 

Larry C. Nichols, EdS (1993)

Lecturer, Director of the Writing Center, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1970, University of Washington; MA, English, 1974, University of Iowa; EdS, Higher Education, 1974, University of Iowa

 

Mark C. Niles, JD* (2010)

Dean, Professor, School of Law

BA, History, Philosophy, 1988, Wesleyan University; JD, 1991, Stanford Law School

 

Robert H. Novak, MLS (1981)

Assistant Librarian, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, Inter-American Studies, 1971, State University of New York, Albany; MA, Latin American Studies, 1973, State University of New York, Albany; MLS, 1976, University of Oregon

 

Laurel Currie Oates, JD* (1980)

Professor, School of Law

BA, Education, cum laude, 1973, Western Washington University; JD, cum laude, 1978, University of Puget Sound

 

James K. Obare, MA (2000)

Instructor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Commerce, 1991, University of Pune; MA, Computer Management, 1993, University of Pune, India

 

Carl Obermiller, PhD* (1989)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, English, 1971, Purdue University; PhD, Marketing/Social Psychology, 1983, Ohio State University

 

Jodi A. O’Brien, PhD* (1995)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, Anthropology, 1985, University of Utah; MA, Sociology, 1988, University of Washington; PhD, Theory, Social Psychology, 1992, University of Washington

 

William P. O’Connell, EdD (2010)

Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, History, 1986, University of Dayton; MA, Pastoral Counseling, 1991, Athenaeum of Ohio; EdD, Counselor Education, 2002, University of Cincinnati

 

Charles R.T. O’Kelley, JD, LLM* (2008)

Professor, Director of the Berle Center, School of Law

BA, 1970, University of the South; JD, 1972, University of Texas at Austin; LLM, 1977, Harvard University

 

Katie Oliveras, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, System Science, Mathematics, 2003, Washington University; MS, Applied Mathematics, 2005, University of Washington; PhD, Applied Mathematics, 2009, University of Washington

 

Erik J. Olsen, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Political Science, 1975, College of Wooster; MA, Political Science, 1978, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Political Science, 1991, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Kristin S. Ondrak, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Center for Sport and Exercise, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Health and Exercise Science, 2001, Wake Forest University; MS, Kinesiology, 2003, Arizona State University; PhD, Human Movement Science, 2008, School of Medicine, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Catherine A. O’Neill, JD* (2001)

Professor, School of Law

BA, English, 1987, University of Notre Dame; JD, 1990, University of Chicago Law School

 

Sharron S. Palmiter, MLS (1997)

Assistant Librarian, Bibliographic Control, Technical Services Department, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, English, 1971, Syracuse University; MLS, 1974, University of Maryland

 

William S. Parkin, MS (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Sociology, 2002, James Madison University; MS, Justice Studies, 2004, Arizona State University

 

Christopher A. Paul, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Communication Studies, Political Science, 1999, Mcalester College; MA, Rhetorical Studies, 2001, University of Minnesota; PhD, New Media Studies Rhetorical Studies, 2005, University of Minnesota

 

Robert A. Pena, PhD* (2001)

Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, College of Education

BS, English, 1984, State University of New York, Buffalo; MA, Secondary English Education, 1988, State University of New York, Buffalo; PhD, Educational Administration, 1993, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Tracey A. Pepper, MA (2006)

Core Lecturer, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, German, 1995, University of California, Davis; MA, History, 2000, Central Washington University

 

Jaime J. Perozo, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish American Literature, 1975, Texas A&I University; MA, Sociology, 1979, Washington State University; MA, Spanish, Spanish American Literature, 1986, Washington State University; PhD, Sociology, 1984, University of Oregon; PhD, Spanish, Spanish American Literature, 1994, University of Washington

 

Gary Kinte Perry, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Sociology, 1999, Southern University and A&M College; MA, Sociology, 2001, University of Arkansas; PhD, Sociology, 2005, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Dean J. Peterson, PhD* (1986)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1982, Augustana College; MS, Economics, 1988, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; PhD, Economics, 1994, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Maria L. Pettinato, MS* (2003)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

AD, Business Administration, 1978, Keystone College; BSN, summa cum laude, 1993, Marywood University; MS, Nursing Education, Gerontological Nursing, 1993, State University of New York, Binghamton

 

 

Trung Pham, SJ, MFA, MDiv (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Chemical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles; MFA, Drawing and Painting, 2006, Pratt Institute; MDiv, 2011, Jesuit School of Theology

 

Joseph M. Phillips, PhD* (2001)

Dean, Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, magna cum laude, 1978, LaSalle College; MA, Economics, 1981, University of Notre Dame; PhD, Economics, 1982, University of Notre Dame

 

Kara L. Phillips, JD (1997)

Law Librarian, Associate Director, Law Library, School of Law

BA, International Studies, magna cum laude, 1987, University of Washington; MAIS, China Studies, 1992, University of Washington; ML, 1992, University of Washington; JD, 1991, University of Washington

 

Jeffrey S. Philpott, PhD* (1992)

Assistant Professor, Director of University Core, Department of Communication and Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Communication, 1980, Lewis and Clark College; MA, Speech Communication, 1983, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; PhD, Speech Communication, 1995, University of Washington

 

Harriet M. Phinney, PhD (2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Anthropology, 1981, Grinnel College; MPH, Population Planning and International Health, 1988, University of Michigan; PhD, Anthropology, 2003, University of Washington

 

John P. Popko, MSLS (1994)

University Librarian, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, English Language and Literature, 1971, University of Missouri, Kansas City; MSLS, 1978, University of Kentucky, Kansas City

 

Claus C. Portner, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSc, Economics, 1993, University of Copenhagen; MA, Development Economics, 1995, University of Sussex at Brighton; MSc, Economics, 1996, University of Copenhagen; PhD, Economics, 2001, University of Copenhagen

 

Russell A. Powell, JD* (2005)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, History, cum laude, 1988, Harvard College; MA, Social Philosophy, 2003, Loyola University, Chicago; JD, 1996, University of Virginia School of Law

 

David V. Powers, PhD* (2009)

Dean, Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Psychology, magna cum laude, 1989, Louisiana State University; MA, Clinical Psychology, 1993, Washington University; PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1995, Washington University

 

Gregory E. Prussia, PhD* (1993)

Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1981, California State University, Chico; MBA, 1987, California State University, Chico; PhD, Human Resources Management, 1993, Arizona State University

 

Catherine Montoya Punsalan-Manlimos, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Physics, 1991, Ateneo de Manila University; MA, Theological Studies, 1994, Ateneo de Manila University; PhD, Systematic Theology, 2005, University of Notre Dame

 

Janet I. Quillian, DPH (1995)

Associate Professor, Director, International Development Internships Program

BSN, 1972, University of Nevada; MSN, Community Health, 1975, Texas Woman’s University; DPH, 1982, University of Texas

 

Michael J. Quinn, PhD* (2007)

Dean, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, 1977, Gonzaga University; MS, Computer Sciences, 1979, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Computer Science, 1983, Washington State University

 

Katherine A. Raichle, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, cum laude, 1995, Washington University; MA, Clinical Psychology, 1999, University of Iowa; PhD, Clinical Psychology, 2004, University of Iowa

 

Madhu T. Rao, PhD* (2001)

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

MSc, Chemistry, with Honors, 1988, Birla Institute of Technology and Science; MMS, Management Studies, 1988, Birla Institute of Technology and Science; ME, Systems and Information, 1990, Birla Institute of Technology and Science; PhD, Information Systems and International Business, 2000, Indiana University

 

Rev. Michael B. Raschko, PhD* (1985)

Full Professor, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, History, 1970, St. Thomas College, Sulpician Seminary of the Northwest; MA, Theological Studies, 1973, Harvard University, Harvard Divinity School; PhD, Theology, 1982, University of Chicago

 

Manivong J. Ratts, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Program Director, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1996, Western Washington University; MS, School Counseling, 1999, Oregon State University; PhD, Counseling, 2006, Oregon State University

 

Peter V. Raven, PhD* (1998)

Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Food Science, Cornell University; MS, International Agricultural Development and Food Science, University of California, Davis; PhD, Business Administration, 1991, Washington State University

 

Terry S. Read, BA, BS (1998)

Instructor, Department of Diagnostic Ultrasound, College of Science and Engineering

BA, English Literature, 1975, University of Washington; BS, Allied Health, Diagnostic Ultrasound, 1981, Seattle University

 

Wilson Edward Reed, PhD (2003)

Assistant Professor, Matteo Ricci College

BA, Political Science, 1971, University of Washington; MA, Political Science, 1973, University of Washington; MA, Criminal Justice, 1983, State University of New York-Albany; PhD, Political Science, 1995, Northern Arizona University

 

Susan K. Reeder, MA (1996)

Instructor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Communications, 1982, Bowling Green State University; MA, Computer Science, 1996, University of South Dakota

 

David M. Reid, PhD* (2006)

Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSc, Mechanical Engineering, 1968, University of Salford; MSc, Management Sciences, 1972, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology; PhD, International Business, 1994, University of Edinburgh

 

Victor W. Reinking, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Director of the French in France Program, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, French, English, cum laude, Philosophy, 1970, University of Colorado, Boulder; MA, French Literature, 1986, University of Washington; PhD, French Literature, 1993, University of Washington

 

Matthew J. Rellihan, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1999, Mount St. Mary’s College; MALA, 2000, St. John’s College; PhD, Philosophy, with distinction, 2007, Georgetown University

 

Margaret E. Rempe, PhD (1987)

Assistant Professor, Associate Dean, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, cum laude, 1989, Seattle University; PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, 1994, University of Arizona

 

Stephen K. Rice, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1989, University of Florida; MS, Criminology, Criminal Justice, 1993, Florida State University; MS, Instructional Systems Design, 1994, Florida State University; MA, Sociology, 2003, University of Florida; PhD, Sociology, 2006, University of Florida

 

J. Christopher Rideout, PhD (1978)

Professor of Lawyering Skills, Associate Director of Legal Writing, School of Law

BA, English, with Honors, 1972, University of Puget Sound; MA, English, 1977, University of Washington; PhD, English, 982, University of Washington

 

Meenakshi Rishi, PhD* (2007)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1985, Delhi University; MA, Economics, 1987, Jawaharlal Nehru University; PhD, Economics, 1993, University of Massachusetts

 

James C. Risser, PhD* (1979)

Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1971, California State University, Long Beach; MA, Philosophy, 1973, Duquesne University; PhD, Philosophy, 1978, Duquesne University

 

Anna Roberts, JD (2012)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

BA, MA, Classics, Starred 1st with Distinction, 1999, University of Cambridge; JD, magna cum laude, 2003, New York University School of Law

 

Christina A. Roberts, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Comparative History of Ideas, English, 2001, University of Washington; MA, English, 2004, University of Arizona; PhD, English, 2007, University of Arizona

 

J. Fiona Robertson, PhD* (1987)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Business Administration, with Honors, 1981, Brock University; MA, Economics, 1983, Queen’s University; PhD, Economics, 1993, Queen’s University

 

Leanne D. Robertson, PhD* (2007)

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Mathematics, 1989, Reed College; PhD, Mathematics, 1995, University of California, Berkeley

 

Mark R. Roddy, PhD* (1992)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BS, Mathematics, 1981, University of California, Riverside; MS, Atmospheric Sciences, 1987, University of Washington; PhD, Mathematics Education, 1992, University of Washington

 

Jeannette Rodriguez, PhD* (1988)

Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Religious Studies, 1976, Queens College; MA, Religion, 1978, Fordham University; MA, Counseling Education, 1981, University of Guam; PhD, Religion and the Personality Sciences, 1990, Graduate Theological Union

 

S. James Rosenfeld, JD (2001)

Faculty Director, Education Law Academy, School of Law

BA, English, magna cum laude, Political Science, 1961, University of Florida; JD, 1964, New York University Law Center

 

Roshanak Roshandel, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Computer Science, 1998, Eastern Michigan University; MS, Computer Science, 2002, University of Southern California; PhD, Computer Science, 2005, University of Southern California

 

Tara D. Roth, MA (2006)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Political Science, magna cum laude, 2000, Rockford College; MA, English Literature and Language, 2003, Western Illinois University

 

Bryan K. Ruppert, PhD (2007)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Political Science, 1991, University of Washington; PhD, German Studies, 2004, University of Birmingham

 

Robert Rutherford, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Biology, summa cum laude, 1992, University of Minnesota, Morris; PhD, Genetics, 1997, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Miriam S. Samuel, JD (1999)

Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, School of Law

AB, American Government, 1984, Georgetown University; JD, magna cum laude, 1990, Georgetown University Law Center

 

James E. Sawyer, PhD* (1977)

Associate Professor, Institute of Public Service, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Psychology, 1967, Weber State College; PhD, Economics, 1975, University of Utah

 

George G. Sayre, PhD (2006)

Lecturer, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1985, California State University, Northridge; MA, Marital and Family Therapy, 1988, Azusa Pacific University; PhD, Clinical Family Psychology, 2001, Seattle Pacific University

 

C. Bradley Scharf, PhD* (1979)

Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Political Science, magna cum laude, History, 1966, The Colorado College; MA, Political Science, 1969, Stanford University; PhD, Political Science, 1974, Stanford University

 

Katherine L. Schlick Noe, PhD* (1986)

Professor, Program Director, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, English, 1975, University of Washington; MEd, Developmental Reading, 1981, University of Washington; PhD, Reading, Language Arts, 1985, University of Washington

 

Sue A. Schmitt, EdD* (1996)

Dean, Professor, College of Education

BA, English, 1969, Viterbo College; MEd, Rehabilitation Counseling, 1971, University of Missouri; EdD, Counselor Education, 1984, Mississippi State University

 

Jennifer L. Schulz, PhD (2007)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, summa cum laude, Spanish, 1990, St. Olaf College; MA, English, 1992, University of Washington; MA, Psychology, 2003, Seattle University; PhD, English, 1997, University of Washington

 

Marylou Sena, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1976, University of Florida; MA, Philosophy, 1984, University of Florida; PhD, Philosophy, 1988, DePaul University

 

Mary L. Sepulveda, ML (1969)

Associate Librarian, Collection Development, Technical Services Department, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, Library Science, 1972, University of Washington; ML, Library Science, 1973, University of Washington

 

Julie A. Shapiro, JD* (1991)

Professor, School of Law

BA, 1977, Wesleyan University; JD, magna cum laude, 1982, University of Pennsylvania

 

Ada Shen-Jaffe, JD (2005)

Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, School of Law

BS, 1970, Tufts University; MS, 1972, Columbia University; JD, 1975, Suffolk University Law School

 

Joy L. Sherman, DMA (1986)

Director of Vocal and Choral Music, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Education, California State University, San Francisco; MM, Music, San Jose State UniversityDMA, Literature and Performance of Choral Music, University of Colorado at Boulder

 

Frank J. Shih, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mechanical Engineering, 1993, University of California, Irvine; MS, Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, 1995, University of California, Los Angeles; MS, Mechanical Engineering, 1997, University of California, Los Angeles; PhD, Mechanical Engineering, 2002, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Teodora R. Shuman, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mechanical Engineering, 1992, University of Belgrade; MS, Mechanical Engineering, 1994, University of Washington; PhD, Mechanical Engineering, 2000, University of Washington

 

Kristen S. Shuyler, MLIS (2005)

Assistant Librarian, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, Geography, magna cum laude, 1997, University of Oregon; MA, Geography, 2001, University of Washington; MLIS, 2005, University of Washington

 

Andrew M. Siegel, JD* (2007)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, History, with Distinction, summa cum laude, 1993, Yale University; MA, History, 1997, Princeton University; JD, summa cum laude, 1999, New York University School of Law

 

Elizabeth B. Sikes, PhD (2006)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1992, University of Texas at Austin; MA, Philosophy, 1997, University of Memphis; PhD, Philosophy, 2005, DePaul University

 

Michael Silver, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Professional Studies, College of Education

AB, Political Science, 1970, Washington University; MAEd, Social Studies Education, 1973, Washington University; PhD, Education, 1982, Washington University

 

Gregory M. Silverman, PhD, JD* (1999)

Associate Professor, School of Law

AB, Philosophy, cum laude, 1978, Vassar College; MA, Philosophy, 1984, Columbia University; MPhil, Philosophy, 1991, Columbia University; PhD, Philosophy, Columbia University; JD, 1987, Columbia University School of Law

 

Leo R. Simpson, PhD (2008)

Professor, Lawrence K. Johnson Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, 1967, North Carolina State University; MBA, 1968, University of Pittsburgh; PhD, Business Administration, 1975, University of Colorado

 

Mo-Kyung Sin, DSN (2007)

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, 1996, University of South Florida; MSN, 1996, University of South Florida; DSN, 2001, University of Alabama at Birmingham

 

Kristen J. Skogerboe, PhD* (1995)

Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, 1982, Colorado State University; PhD, Chemistry, 1987, Iowa State University

 

David M. Skover, JD* (1982)

Professor, Frederic C. Tausend Professor, School of Law

AB, Woodrow Wilson School Scholar, magna cum laude, 1974, Princeton University; JD, 1978, Yale University

 

J. McLean Sloughter, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Psychology, summa cum laude, 2002, Gonzaga University; BS, Honors, summa cum laude, 2002, Gonzaga University; PhD, Statistics, 2009, University of Washington

 

Ronald C. Slye, JD* (1997)

Professor, School of Law

BA, History, magna cum laude, 1984, Columbia University; MPhil, International Relations, 1985, Christ’s College, University of Cambridge; JD, 1989, Yale Law School

 

Daniel R. Smith, PhD* (1998)

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Microbiology, 1990, University of Minnesota; PhD, Microbiology, 1996, University of Minnesota

 

Jhon Paul Smith, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Civil Engineering, summa cum laude, 1997, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; MS, Civil Engineering, 2000, Purdue University; PhD, Civil Engineering, 2004, Purdue University

 

Mary-Antoinette Smith, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Director of the Women’s Studies Program, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Literature, 1979, University of Southern California; MA, English/Victorian Literature, 1981, Loyola Marymount University; MA, English Literature, 1989, University of Southern California; PhD, English, Eighteenth-Century British Literature, 1994, University of Southern California

 

Judy L. Solberg, MLS (2005)

Associate Librarian, Director of Instructional and Public Services, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

BA, Political Science, 1974, University of Oregon; MA, Political Science, 1976, University of California, Berkeley; MLS, 1986, University of Maryland

 

Samuel Y. Song, PhD (2008)

Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1993, Emory University; MEd, School Psychology, 1996, Georgia State University; MA, Psychology, Education, 1998, Columbia University; PhD, School Psychology, 2006, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Jennifer B. Sorensen, PhD (2000)

Assistant Professor, Director, Department of General Science, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, 1994, Fairfield University; MA, Science Education, 1998, University of Georgia; PhD, Physical Chemistry, 2000, University of Georgia

 

Dean P. Spade, JD* (2008)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, summa cum laude, Women’s Studies, , 1997, Branard College, Columbia University; JD, Order of the Coif, 2001, University of California, Los Angeles School of Law

 

Heath A. Spencer, PhD (2006)

Senior Lecturer, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, 1988, University of Washington; MA, History, 1991, University of Kentucky; PhD, History, 1997, University of Kentucky

 

Michael J. Spinetta, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Philosophy, 1999, Santa Clara University; BS, 2000, Santa Clara University; PhD, Behavioral Neuroscience, 2008, University of Texas at Austin

 

Debra S. Stauffer, MSN (2006)

Instructor, Associate Dean, Graduate Programs, College of Nursing

BSN, 1998, The University of Texas at Tyler; MSN, 2000, The University of Texas at Tyler

 

Jean A. Stefancic, MA (2008)

Research Professor, School of Law

BA, cum laude, Maryville College; MA, University of San Francisco

 

Carolyn R. Stenbak, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Bacteriology, 1996, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Microbiology, 2003, University of Washington

 

Harriet B. Stephenson, PhD* (1967)

Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Business, 1961, University of Washington; MBA, 1962, University of Washington; PhD, Business Administration, 1966, University of Washington

 

Laurel Ann Stevahn, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, Political Science, magna cum laude, 1980, Pacific Lutheran University; MEd, Curriculum and Instruction, 1989, Seattle Pacific University; PhD, Educational Psychology, 2000, University of Minnesota

 

Christopher B. Stipe, PhD* (2004)

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mechanical Engineering, with Highest Honors, 1998, Montana State University, Bozeman; MS, Mechanical Engineering, 2001, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, Mechanical Engineering, 2003, University of California, Berkeley

 

Jane K. Stoever, JD, LLM (2009)

Assistant Professor, School of Law

MB, English, Phi Beta Kappa, with Highest Distinction, 2000, University of Kansas; JD, 2003, Harvard Law School; LLM, with Honors, 2008, Georgetown University Law Center

 

John A. Strait, JD* (1974)

Associate Professor, School of Law

BA, Political Science, 1966, University of California, Davis; JD, 1969, Yale University

 

W. Jeremy Stringer, PhD* (1984)

Associate Professor, Program Director, Department of Professional Studies, College of Education

BA, English, 1966, Southern Methodist University; MA, English, 1968, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Educational Administration, 1973, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Shizuko Suenaga, PhD (2006)

Senior Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

AB, Japanese Language and Literature, 1981, Saga University; AB, 1986, University of Massachusetts at Boston; MA, American Civilization, 1989, University of Massachusetts at Boston; PhD, Sociology, 1996, Boston College

 

Sharon A. Suh, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Asian Studies, Religion, 1991, Trinity College; MTS, Religion and Culture, 1994, Harvard Divinity School; AM, Religion, 1997, Harvard University; PhD, Religion, 2000, Harvard University

 

Jennifer M. Sumner, PhD (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, 1999, Boston College; MA, Criminal Justice, 2002, Rugers, State University of New Jersey; PhD, Criminology, 2009, University of California, Irvine

 

Ian T. Suydam, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Chemistry, 1998, Bard College; PhD, Chemistry, 2005, Stanford

 

Barbara Swatt-Engstrom, JD, MLIS (2004)

Associate Librarian, School of Law

BA, Philosophy, English Literature, 1989, Saint Lawrence University; JD, 2000, University of Wyoming College of Law; MLIS, 2001, University of Washington, Information School

 

Donna L.G. Sylvester, PhD* (1990)

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Mathematics, Computer Science, 1983, Bethany College; MA, Mathematics, 1985, Duke University; PhD, Mathematics, 1988, Duke University

 

Andrew A. Tadie, PhD* (1979)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

AB, English, 1966, John Carroll University; MA, English, 1967, Bradley University; PhD, English, 1972, St. Louis University

 

Olufemi Taiwo, PhD* (2001)

Professor, Director of Global African Studies, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, First Class Honours, Philosophy, 1978, University of Ife; MA, Philosophy, 1981, University of Ife; MA, Philosophy, 1982, University of Toronto; PhD, Philosophy, 1986, University of Toronto

 

Margarita D. Takach, PhD* (1990)

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BSEE, 1982, University of Michigan; MSEE, 1984, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, Electrical Engineering, 1990, University of Washington

 

Hsin-Yi (Jean) Tang, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, 1994, University of Dubuque; MS, Psychosocial and Mental Health Nursing, 1998, University of Washington; PhD, Nursing, 2004, University of Washington

 

Giuseppe Tassone, MA (2004)

Lecturer, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, 1997, University of Washington; MA, Italian, 2001, University of Washington

 

Mark L. Taylor, PhD* (1996)

Associate Professor, Director of Worship, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1975, Eastern Nazarene College; MTS, magna cum laude, 1977, Candler School of Theology, Emory University; PhD, Systematic Theology, with Honors, 1982, Southern Methodist University

 

Pamela A. Taylor, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BA, Social Work, 1974, Chicago State University; MA, Education/Curriculum and Instruction, 1996, Governors State University; PhD, Education/Curriculum and Instruction, 1999, Mississippi State University

 

Thomas W. Taylor, PhD* (1988)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, History, summa cum laude, 1978, Saint John’s University; MA, History, 1983, University of Minnesota; PhD, History, 1988, University of Minnesota

 

William L. Taylor, MA* (1956)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Chemistry, 1956, Seattle University; MA, English, 1966, University of Washington

 

Donna M. Teevan, PhD* (1997)

Associate Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, cum laude, 1982, University of Notre Dame; MA, Theology, 1984, University of Notre Dame; PhD, Systematic Theology, 1994, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology

 

Phillip L. Thompson, PhD* (1997)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Biology, 1990, University of Iowa; MS, Environmental Engineering, 1992, University of Iowa; PhD, Environmental Engineering, 1997, University of Iowa

 

Vicky Minderhout Thorsell, PhD* (1980)

Professor, Department Chair, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BA, Chemistry, 1972, Kalamazoo College; PhD, Chemistry, 1977, Northwestern University

 

David E. Tinius, PhD* (1971)

Professor, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSME, 1960, University of Washington; MBA, 1964, University of Washington; PhD, Operations Management, 1977, University of Washington

 

Hannah Tracy, PhD (2007)

Core Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Biology, 1998, William O. Douglas Honors College, Central Washington University; MA, English Literature, 2002, Oregon State University; PhD, English, 2009, University of Oregon

 

Galen T. Trail, PhD* (2008)

Associate Professor, Coordinator of the Master of Sport Administration Program, Center for the Study of Sport, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Psychology, 1988, University of Puget Sound; MA, Physical Education, 1993, Whitworth College; PhD, Sport Management, 1997, The Ohio State University

 

Ruben C. Trevino, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Electrical Engineering, 1971, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey; MBA, 1973, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey; MS, Industrial Management, 1976, Georgia Institute of Technology; PhD, Finance, 1980, University of Alabama

 

Michael R. Trice, PhD (2011)

Assistant Professor, Assistant Dean of Ecumenical & Interreligious Dialogue, School of Theology and Ministry

BA, Philosophy, Theology, 1991, Bethany Lutheran Liberal Arts College; BA, summa cum laude, 1994, North Carolina Central University; MTS, Systematic Theology, magna cum laude, 1995, Duke University Divinity School; ThM, Systematic Theology, summa cum laude, 2000, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago; PhD, Constructive Theology, summa cum laude, 2007, Loyola University at Chicago & Maximillian Universitaet

 

Dan G. Tripps, PhD (2005)

Professor, Director for the Center for the Study of Sport, Center for the Study of Sport, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Physical Education, San Francisco State University; MA, Education, Stanford University; PhD, Physical Education, University of Oregon

 

Patricia L. Tucker, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Geology, Philosophy, 1978, College of William and Mary; PhD, Geology, 1986, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Charles M. Tung, PhD* (2003)

Associate Professor, Department of English, College of arts and Sciences

BA, English, summa cum laude, 1992, Georgetown University; MPhil, Modern English Literature, 1994, University of Oxford; PhD, English, 2003, University of California, Berkeley

 

Ashli Tyre, EdD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Program Director, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education

BA, Psychology, 1997, Ball State University; MA, School Psychology, with Distinction, 2001, Northern Arizona University; EdD, Educational Psychology, with Distinction, 2003, Northern Arizona University

 

Nina L. Valerio, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BSc, Foods and Nutrition, 1966, Philippine Women’s University; MS, Nutrition and Education, 1971, University of Iowa; PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, 1991, University of Washington

 

Rev. Josef V. Venker, S.J., MFA* (1994)

Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Department of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, 1979, St. Louis University; BFA, 1984, California College of Arts and Crafts; MDiv, Theology, 1987, Jesuit School of Theology; MA, Spirituality, 1988, Holy Names College; MFA, Painting, 1994, University of Denver

 

Toni M. Vezeau, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

BSN, Nursing, 1975, St. Louis University; MSN, 1988, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; PhD, Nursing, 1992, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

 

Bridget A. Walker, PhD (2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education

BS, Special Education, 1988, University of Utah; MEd, Special Education, 1993, Seattle University; PhD, Special Education and Behavior Disorders, 2006, University of Washington

 

Yantao Wang, MS (2012)

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, 1995, Peking University; MA, Sociology, 1999, University of Chicago; MS, Statistics, 2000, University of Chicago

 

Eric J. Watson, SJ, PhD (2009)

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Chemistry, magna cum laude, 1996, The Oregon State University; PhD, Organometallic Chemistry, 2001, Brown University

 

Carol L. Weaver, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Chair & Program Director for Adult Education, Department of Professional Studies, College of Education

BS, Home Economics Education, 1970, Washington State University; MEd, Adult Education, 1974, Oregon State University; PhD, Vocational Technical and Adult Education, 1981, Ohio State University

 

John W. Weaver, JD* (1972)

Professor, School of Law

AB, cum laude, 1966, Dartmouth College; JD, magna cum laude, 1969, University of Michigan Law School

 

Eric W. Wehrly, PhD (2007)

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BBA, Operations Management, Honors, Information Systems, 1989, Gonzaga University; PhD, Finance, 2009, University of Washington

 

Edwin H. Weihe, PhD* (1972)

Associate Professor, Director of the Film Studies Program, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, 1963, Brown University; MA, English, 1965, University of Iowa; MFA, English, 1966, University of Iowa; PhD, English, 1972, University of Iowa

 

Susan G. Weihrich, PhD* (1989)

Associate Professor, Associate Dean, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Economics, Political Science, 1976, Rice University; MS, Accounting, 1980, University of Houston; PhD, Accounting, 1986, University of Houston

 

William L. Weis, PhD* (1973)

Professor, Department of Management, Albers School of Business and Economics

BS, Business Administration (Accounting), 1969, Bowling Green State University; MBA, Finance and International Business, 1971, Bowling Green State University; PhD, Business Administration, 1979, University of Washington

 

Ruth C. White, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BSW, 1988, McGill University; BSocSci, 1989, University of Ottowa; MSW, 1991, McGill University; MPH, Maternal and Child Health, International Health, 1997, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, Social Welfare, 2002, University of California, Berkeley

 

Matthew G. Whitlock, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English Literature, cum laude, 1994, San Jose State University; MA, Biblical Studies, 2005, The Catholic University of America; PhD, Biblical Studies, 2008, The Catholic University of America

 

W. Lindsay Whitlow, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BSc, Biology, Honors, 1995, Duke University; PhD, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, 2002, University of Michigan

 

Stephanie Wilson, JD, MLS (2001)

Librarian, School of Law

BS, Political Science, 1987, University of Oregon; JD, 1991, City University of New York Law School; MLS, 1998, Pratt Institute

 

Jason Martin Wirth, PhD* (2005)

Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Philosophy, College of the Holy Cross; MA, Philosophy, Villanova University; PhD, Philosophy, 1994, State University of New York, Binghamton

 

Danuta M. Wojnar, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

MEd, Education, 1986, Yagiellonian University of Krakow; BScN, 1996, Dalhousie University; MN, Maternal Child Nursing, 2002, Dalhousie University; PhD, Nursing Science, 2005, University of Washington

 

Marie Rose Wong, PhD* (2002)

Associate Professor, Institute of Public Service, College of Arts and Sciences

BS, Community and Regional Planning, 1981, Iowa State University; MS, Planning and Community Development, 985, University of Colorado; PhD, Urban Design and Planning, 1994, University of Washington

 

Cheryl Wotus, PhD (2007)

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Zoology, cum laude, 1991, University of Massachusetts; PhD, Neuroscience, 2003, University of Minnesota

 

Erica K. Yamamura, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Student Development, College of Education

BA, Political Science, cum laude, Asian American Studies, 2001, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, Higher Education and Organizational Change, 2003, University of California, Los Angeles; PhD, Higher Education and Organizational Change, 2006, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Jian Yang, PhD* (2000)

Associate Professor, Program Director, Department of Professional Development and Continuing Education, College of Education

BA, English, 1977, Foreign Language University; MEd, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, 1987, State University of New York, Buffalo; PhD, Multilingual/Multicultural Education, 1996, Florida State University

 

Glenn K. Yasuda, PhC, PhD* (1994)

Associate Professor, Department Chair, Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering

BSc, Biochemistry, 1983, University of California, Los Angeles; PhC, Genetics, 1987, University of Washington; PhD, Genetics, 1992, University of Washington

 

Jot K. Yau, PhD* (2001)

Professor, Department of Finance, Albers School of Business and Economics

BSocSc, Management Studies, Honors, 1980, University of Hong Kong; MBA, Finance, 1984, University of Toledo; PhD, Finance, 1988, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

 

Richard P. Young, PhD* (1987)

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Government, 1963, Lawrence University; MAT, History, Education, 1963, Northwestern University; PhD, Political Science, 1979, Stanford University

 

Valentina L. Zamora, PhD (2010)

Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, Albers School of Business and Economics

BA, Accounting, 1990, University of Oregon; MA, Asian Studies, 1994, University of Oregon; MBA, 1996, University of Oregon; PhD, Accounting, 2003, University of Washington

 

Riva R. Zeff, MSW (2003)

Clinical Professor, Field Director, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, Sociology, 1969, University of California, Berkeley; MSW, 1971, University of Washington

 

EnyuZhang, PhD* (2006)

Associate Professor, International Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

BA, English, Diplomacy, 2000, College of Foreign Affairs, Beijing; MA, Political Science, 2002, University of Missouri, Columbia; PhD, Political Science, 2006, University of Missouri, Columbia

 

Yingwu Jason Zhu, PhD* (2005)

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, College of Science and Engineering

BS, Computer Science, 1994, Huazhong University of Science and Technology; MS, Computer Science, 1997, Huazhong University of Science and Technology; PhD, Computer Science, 2005, University of Cincinnati

 


 

Faculty Emeriti

Josef Afanador, EdD (1975)

Sandra Barker, PhD (1985)

Karen A. Barta, PhD (1983)

Mary C. Bartholet, MN, RN (1958)

Marilyn J. Berger, JD (1978)

Andrew G. Bjelland, PhD (1982)

David Boerner, LLB (1981)

James E. Bond, SJD (1986)

Hamida H. Bosmajian, PhD (1966)

Rev. Robert I. Bradley, SJ

Melinda J. Branscomb, JD (1989)

David C. Brubaker, PhD (1980)

J. Patrick Burke, PhD (1967)

Daniel E. Burnstein, PhD (1995)

Robert E. Callahan, PhD (1977)

Donald M. Carmichael, JD (1977)

Emmett H. Carroll, SJ (1973)

Gary L. Chamberlain, PhD (1979)

Chu Chiu Chang, MA (1956)

Percy H. Chien, PhD (1976)

Louis K. Christensen, PhD (1965)

Janet M. Claypool, MN, RNC (1966)

John N. Collins, PhD (1992)

Thomas W. Cunningham, PhD (1956)

Nickolas J. Damascus, MFA (1951)

Patricia Daniels, PhD (1986)

Verrelle (Susie) Davis, MS, RN (1992)

Rosario T. De Gracia, MN, RNC (1963)

James Eblen, PhD (1982)

Rev. Robert Egan, SJ, PhD (1964)

Mary B. Ehlers, PhD (1974)

Patricia A. Ferris, PhD, RN (1967)

Lewis Filler, DENSci (1962)

Arthur L. Fisher, PhD (1987)

C. Patrick Fleenor (1973)

Sheldon S. Frankel, JD, LLM (1974)

Lane A. Gerber, PhD (1980)

Kristen Guest, PhD (1976)

Reed A. Guy, PhD (1975)

Wynne A. Guy, MA (1979)

Margaret M. Haggerty, PhD (1971)

Mary Stewart Hall, PhD (1995)

James “Hutch” Haney, MTS (1974)

John M. Harding, JD (1975)

Charles Robert Harmon, MA (1953)

Robert G. Heeren, PhD (1983)

Hildegard R. Hendrickson, PhD (1967)

Marvin T. Herard, MFA (1960)

Helon E. Hewitt, MN (1965)

James B. Hogan, PhD (1976)

Becky Hollingsworth, JD (1986)

Jeanette Hulbert, MA (1964)

Dolly Ito, DNSc (1959)

Loretta Jancoski, PhD (1988)

Dolores M. Johnson, PhD (1964)

Warren B. Johnson, PhD (1962)

Michael M. Kelliher, SJ, DCrim (1972)

Kathleen E. Korthuis, PhD (1986)

George Kunz, PhD (1971)

James Robert Larson, PhD (1952)

Russell M. Lidman, PhD (2000)

Wallace D. Loh, JD (1999)

Reba Y. Lucey, Med (1969)

Kenneth D. MacLean, PhD (1961)

Leonard B. Mandelbaum, PhD (1998)

R. Maxime Marinoni, PhD (1964)

David Marshak, PhD (1992)

Daniel B. Matlock, PhD (1984)

Jack D. Mattingly, PhD (1988)

David D. McCloskey, PhD (1971)

John Meany (1980)

Everald Mills, PhD, (1983)

Janet E. Mills, PhD (1984)

Joseph B. Monda, PhD (1955)

John A. Morford, EdD (1973)

Maureen B. Niland, PhD, RN, CNAA (1986)

Michael O’Connor, PhD (1974)

William C. Oltman, JD (1974)

Rev. Lammert Otten, SJ, PhD (1983)

Yvonne J. Owen, PhD (1980)

Barbara Parker, PhD (1991)

Virginia L. Parks, PhD (1972)

Denise C. Pauley, MLS (1967)

Jane W. Peterson, PhD (1969)

Marilyn S. Price, MSN, RNC (1973)

David Read, PhD, (1948)

Rev. James B. Reichman, SJ, PhD (1965)

Mark Reutlinger, JD (1978)

Judith E. Sanderson, PhD (1991)

Richard Schwaegler, PhD (1959)

Susan L. Secker, PhD (1989)

Richard L. Settle, JD (1968)

George M. Simmons, PhD (1998)

Rolf T. Skrinde, PhD (1984)

James L. Stark, DA (1972)

Bernard M. Steckler, PhD (1961)

Anita M. Steele, MLL (1972)

Kathleen A. Sullivan, RSCJ, PhD (1987)

Carl E. Swenson, PhD (1976)

Fredric C. Tausend, JD (2006)

Luth Tenorio, PhD (1993)

Lawrence E. Thomas, PhD (1985)

David L. Thorsell, PhD (1974)

Rex Swee-Kee Toh, PhD (1980)

Rev. L. John Topel, SJ, PhD (1972)

John P. Toutonghi, PhD (1963)

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Alan Troy, PhD (1970)

Jerry Viscione, PhD (1988)

Dennis Wiedemeier (1998)

Delight C. Willing, EdD (1987)

Kenneth Wing, JD, MPH (1990)

Marylou Wyse, PhD (1965)

Andre L. Yandl, PhD (1966)

Barbara M. Yates, PhD (1970)

Gary Zarter, PhD (1973)

Casimir E. Zielinski, EdD (1979)

Gary A. Zimmerman, PhD (1964)