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Faculty Coordinators: Academic Year 2016–17

Please note that this information, currently being updated for 2016–17, is subject to change.

Undergraduate Core Curriculum: College Writing

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences:
      School of Film and Media Studies
      School of Humanities
      School of Natural and Social Sciences
      Interdisciplinary Studies

School of the Arts:
      Conservatory of Dance
      Conservatory of Music
      Conservatory of Theatre Arts
      School of Art+Design

School of Liberal Studies & Continuing Education

Undergraduate Core Curriculum: College Writing
Aviva Taubenfeld, School of Humanities

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Dean: Suzanne Kessler

School of Film and Media Studies
Chair: Agustin Zarzosa

  1. Cinema Studies: Anne Kern
  2. Film: Iris Cahn
  3. Media, Society, and the Arts: Jason Pine
  4. New Media: Brooke Singer
  5. Playwriting and Screenwriting: Christina Anderson and A. Dean Bell

School of Humanities
Chair: Ross Daly

  1. Art History: BA Program: Sarah Warren; MA Program: Jane Kromm
  2. Creative Writing: Monica Ferrell
  3. Expository Writing: Aviva Taubenfeld*
  4. History: Rachel Hallote
  5. Jewish Studies: Rachel Hallote
  6. Journalism: Andrew Salomon
  7. Language and Culture: Gari LaGuardia
  8. Linguistics minor: Ager Gondra-Astigarraga
  9. Literature: Aviva Taubenfeld*
  10. Philosophy: Jennifer Uleman
    *Also refer to Undergraduate Core Curriculum

School of Natural and Social Sciences
Chair: Linda Bastone

  1. Anthropology: Jason Pine
  2. Biology: Jan Factor
  3. Biochemistry and Chemistry: Stephen Cooke
  4. Economics: Sanford Ikeda
  5. Environmental Studies: Ryan Taylor
  6. Mathematics / Computer Science: Jeanine Meyer
  7. Political Science: Peter Schwab
  8. Psychology: Karen Singer-Freeman
  9. Sociology: Chrys Ingraham

Interdisciplinary Studies

  1. Asian Studies: Renqiu Yu, School of Humanities
  2. Gender Studies: Suzanne Kessler
  3. Global Black Studies minor: Genevieve Hyacinthe, School of Humanities
  4. Latin American Studies: Leandro Benmergui, School of Humanities
  5. Liberal Arts (BALA): Lee Schlesinger, School of Humanities

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School of the Arts
Dean: Ravi Rajan
Chair, Arts Management and Entrepreneurship: To be announced

  1. Arts Management (BA): Maria Guralnik
  2. Entrepreneurship in the Arts (MA): To be announced

Conservatory of Dance
Interim Director: Nelly van Bommel

  1. Dance (BFA): Darrah Carr

Conservatory of Music
Interim Director: James Undercofler

  1. Classical Music (Instrumental Performance, Composition, Voice/Opera Studies): Tara O’Connor
  2. Jazz Studies: Pete Malinverni
  3. Music and Technology (Studio Composition, Studio Production): Peter Denenberg
  4. Academic Studies: Stephen Buck

Conservatory of Theatre Arts
Director: To be announced

  1. Acting: A. Dean Irby and Ronni Stewart
  2. Theatre Design/Technology: David Grill and Lori Wekselblatt
  3. Theatre and Performance: Jordan Schildcrout

School of Art+Design
Director: Steven Lam

  1. Graphic Design: Jessica Wexler
  2. Painting and Drawing: Cynthia Lin
  3. Photography: Jo Ann Walters
  4. Printmaking: Cassandra Hooper
  5. Sculpture: Christopher Robbins
  6. Foundation: Janine Polak
  7. BSVA: Beth Livensperger
  8. MFA: Faye Hirsch

School of Liberal Studies & Continuing Education
Director of Academic Programs: To be announced

  1. Liberal Studies: To be announced

Updated May 23, 2016

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