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Emeritus Faculty and Staff

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The dates indicate the years of beginning and ending of active service for Oberlin College.

Martin Nicholas Ackermann
1966-2006
Professor of Chemistry
PhD

Richard Anderson
1995-2003
Associate Professor of Singing
MM

George Harold Andrews
1962-1997
Andrew and Pauline Delaney Professor of Mathematics
PhD

Judith L. Appleton
1977-1997
Medical Coordinator
MD

Jane Armitage
1987-2002
Associate Professor of Theater
BA

Paul Beaver Arnold
1940-1985
Eva and John Young-Hunter Professor of Art
MFA

Thelma Arnold
1952-1993
Custodial Supervisor

Fernando Arrojo
1976-1997
Associate Professor of Spanish
PhD

Robert Baustian
1966-1983
Professor of Orchestral Conducting
MM

David Hill Benzing
1965-2006
Robert S. Danforth Professor of Biology
PhD

William Edward Bigglestone
1966-1986
Archivist
MA

Howarth P. Boyle
1988-1997
Director, Business Initiatives Program
BBA

Marjorie W. Brittingham
1976-2003
Executive Director, Alumni Association
BA

Jere Waite Bruner
1967-1997
Associate Professor of Politics
PhD

Terry S. Carlton
1963-2001
Professor of Chemistry
PhD

Raymonde Carroll
1983-2002
Professor of French
PhD

Alice Chalifoux
1971-1997
Teacher of Harp
BM

David Walter Clark
1963-1968; 1972-1990
Senior Trust Officer
MDiv

Dorothy E. Clark
1990-2005
Custodial Services Manager

Marcia Lillian Colish
1963-2001
Frederick B. Artz Professor of History
PhD

Nancy Cooper
1971-1993
Assistant Dean of Students/Residential Life
MA

Roger Sheldon Cooper
1966-1984
Treasurer
MA

Norman Castleman Craig
1957-2000
Robert & Eleanor Biggs Professor of Chemistry
PhD

Thomas Cramer
1947-1984
Professor of Music Theory and Trombone
MA

Lisa G. Crawford
1973-2005
Professor of Harpsichord
AM

Mary J. Culhane
1956-66; 1966-1988
Associate Professor of Physical Education
MA

Ronald J. DiCenzo
1972-2006
Professor of History and East Asian Studies
PhD

Mary Ann Danenberg
1952-1998
Teacher of Pianoforte

Robert Drummond
1954-1993
Professor of Music Theory
MA

Richard J. Dunn
1983-1991
Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs
MPA

David Allen Egloff
1966-1999
Professor of Biology
PhD

Margaret S. Erikson
1982-2005
Director of Alumni Activities
BA

Stuart Friebert
1961-1997
Professor of Creative Writing
PhD

Barbara A. Fuchsman
1980-2002
Director, Federal Grants
MA

Taras D. Gabora
1991-2000
Professor of Violin

Carol Henderson Ganzel
1980-1995
Editor, Oberlin College Observer
MA

Dewey Alvin Ganzel, Jr.
1958-1997
Professor of English
PhD

Douglass S. Gardner
1981-1992
Dean of Enrollment Planning
EdM

C. Richard Gilbert
1964-1989
Staff Associate in the Physical Plant;
Manager of Rental Properties
BBS

Samuel Goldberg
1953-1985
Professor of Mathematics
PhD

Daniel J. Goulding
1966-2001
Professor of Film Studies and Theater Arts
PhD

Nathan Abraham Greenberg
1956-1998
Professor of Classics
PhD

Robert Henry Grimm
1965-2000
Professor of Philosophy
PhD

Joseph Walter Gurtis, Jr.
1965-1989
Associate Professor of Physical Education
EdM

Howard Hatton
1949-1987
Professor of Singing
MMus

Peter J. Hawkins
1952-1984
Professor of Chemistry
PhD

James J. Helm
1968-2003
Professor of Classics
PhD

Norman D. Henderson
1960-2005
Professor of Psychology
PhD

Herbert Henke
1962-1999
Professor of Eurhythmics
EdD

David Hershiser
1969-2002
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
PhD

Helen Hodam
1963-1984
Professor of Singing
MM

Richard Hoffmann
1954-2004
Professor of Composition and Music Theory

Sandra J. Hougland
1971-2003
Assistant Director of Residential Life

Adrienne Lash Jones
1983-2000
Associate Professor of African American Studies
PhD

H. Dean Kelly
1983-84; 1987-2000
Coordinator for Disabled Students
PhD

Christian Koch
1970-2003
Professor of Computer Science; Program Director
PhD

Robert F. Krisha
1966-1989
Construction Manager

George H. Langeler
1959-1992
Dean of Students
PhD

Frank Laycock
1962-1988
Professor of Psychology
PhD

Judith Layng
1979-1996
Professor of Opera Theater
MA

Richard A. Levin
1968-2003
Professor of Biology
PhD

Pearl S. Lin
1985-2002
Controller
BA

Lois Lindberg
1963-1987
Associate Librarian
BLS

Dayton E. Livingston
1962-1988
Vice President for Business and Finance
MBA

Robert Morrow Longsworth
1964-2001
Professor of English
PhD

Dennis Noel Luck
1972-2005
Professor of Biology
DPhil

 

Paul Mast
1972-2002
Professor of Music Theory
MA

Lawrence F. McDonald
1970-2003
Professor of Clarinet
PhD

Miles Mauney
1963-1986
Professor of Pianoforte
MA

Albert J. McQueen
1966-1995
Professor of Sociology
PhD

Daniel Davy Merrill
1962-1998
Professor of Philosophy
PhD

Richard A. Michaels
1970-2006
Professor; Director of Swimming and Diving
MA

David Hargreaves Miller
1969-2006
Associate Professor of Biology
PhD

Edward J. Miller
1971-1998
Professor of Composition and Music Theory
MM

Judith Beinstein Miller
1972-2005
Professor of Psychology
PhD

Richard Miller
1964-2005
Professor of Singing
MM

Gil Miranda
1983-2001
Professor of Music Theory
Diploma in Composition

Don Mittleman
1971-1989
Professor of Mathematics
PhD

Daniel T. Moe
1972-1992
Professor of Choral Conducting
PhD

Kenneth Moore
1955-1987
Professor of Bassoon
BMus

L. Dean Nuernberger
1964-1989
Professor of Music Theory; Director, Collegium Musicum
PhD

Joseph Nicholas Palmieri
1961-2001
Professor of Physics
PhD

Garth Peacock
1959-1991
Professor of Organ
MM

Carl Adrian Peterson
1958-1997
Professor of English
PhD

Ronald H. Pflaum
1983-2001
Manager of the Central Heating Plant

Robert Bell Pierce
1964-2004
Professor of English
PhD

Barbara Pitts
1951-1991
Bursar

Carolyn Rabson
1982-1992
Associate Librarian; Conservatory Librarian for Public Services
MSLS

Donna M. Raynsford
1988-1998
Vice President for Operations

Joseph Ruch Reichard
1938; 1939-1983
Professor of German
PhD

James E. Reinker
1962-1999
Auxiliary Services Coordinator
PhD

William Burns Renfrow, Jr.
1944-1978
Professor of Chemistry
PhD

Ellen Laura Repp
1956-1968
Associate Professor of Singing
BA

Sidney Rosenfeld
1983-2000
Professor of German

Roberta C. Russell
1986-2001
Client Support Analyst
DM

Richard C. Schoonmaker
1960-1993
Professor of Chemistry
PhD

Joseph Schwartz
1960-1998
Professor of Pianoforte

Thomas Fairchild Sherman
1960-1961; 1966-1996
Professor of Biology
DPhil

Fredrick Davis Shults
1957-59; 1960-1995
Professor of Athletics and Physical Education
PEdD

Beatrice A. Skeens
1962-2004
Manager of Telephone Services

William Robert Skinner
1966-2001
Professor of Geology
PhD

Viktoria Skrupskelis
1967-1999
Professor of French
PhD

Kenneth Sloane
1978-2000
Director of Piano Technology

Dorothy Mabel Smith
1930-1974
Director of Placement and Graduate Counseling
BA

Joseph Lyons Snider
1969-1997
Professor of Physics
PhD

Robert Joseph Soucy
1966-1998
Professor of History
PhD

Richard Edmund Spear
1967-2000
Mildred C. Jay Professor of Art History
PhD

Martha Stacy
1971-1993
Professor of Piano Pedagogy
MM

Ira Sherman Steinberg
1961-1998
Professor of Philosophy
EdD

Sylvan Suskin
1968-2001
Professor of Musicology
PhD

Mathis Szykowski
1965-1995
Associate Professor of French
PhD

Athena Tacha
1963-2000
Professor of Art
Docteur du 3e Cycle

Philip Francis Tear
1966-1984
Editor of the Alumni Magazine
BA

John R. Thompson
1964-1991
Professor of Psychology; Director of
Psychological Services
PhD

Haskell L. Thomson
1961-2003
Professor of Organ
MM

Kay Thomson
1995-2003
Director of Principal Gifts
MEd

Ralph Harold Turner
1947-1979
Professor of Psychology
PhD

Elbridge Putnam Vance
1943-1983
Professor of Mathematics
PhD

Diane Vreuls
1977-1996
Associate Professor of Creative Writing
MA

Frances Walker Slocum
1976-1991
Professor of Pianoforte
MA

Warren Franklin Walker, Jr.
1947-1985
Professor of Biology
PhD

Robert Edson Warner
1965-2001
Donald R. Longman Professor of Physics
PhD

Kevin J. Weidenbaum
1975-1999
Director of Client Services, Computing Center
PhD

Robert Weinstock
1959-1983
Professor of Physics
PhD

James Walker White
1967-1990
Director of Financial Aid
EdB

Forbes Johnstone Whiteside
1951-1989
Professor of Art
MFA

Robert Willoughby
1955-1987
Professor of Flute
MMus

Robert Wohleber
1946-1988
Maintenance Manager

W. Dean Wolfe
1964-1993
Associate Professor of Speech and Learning Assistance
MA

J. Milton Yinger
1947-1987
Professor of Sociology/Anthropology
PhD, LHD

David P. Young
1961-2003
Professor of English
PhD

Grover A. Zinn, Jr.
1966-2005
William H. Danforth Professor of Religion
PhD

The College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Staff

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The date (in parentheses) following the person’s rank and title indicates the beginning of service at Oberlin College.

African American Studies

Yakubu Saaka (2)
Professor; Department Chair (1972)
BA, University of Ghana, 1970
MA, University of Ghana, 1972
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1977

James Millette
Professor (1991)
BA, University of the West Indies, 1960
PhD, Kings College, University of London, 1964

Johnny Coleman (3)
Associate Professor of Art and African American Studies (1993)
BFA, Otis Art Institute of the Parson’s School of Design, 1989
MFA, University of California, San Diego, 1992

Caroline B. Jackson Smith
Associate Professor of Theater and African American Studies (1989)
BA, Yale University, 1974

Booker C. Peek
Associate Professor (1970)
BA, Florida A&M University, 1964
MAT, Oberlin College, 1966

Meredith M. Gadsby
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, Vassar College, 1993
MA, Binghamton University (SUNY), 1995
PhD, Binghamton University (SUNY), 2000

Pamela Brooks (2)
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, New York University, 1974
MA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1994
PhD, Northeastern University, 2000

Miriam A. Sharpley
Artist-in-Residence (1991)
BA, Western New England College, 1975
MA, Oberlin College, 2000

James Ochwa-Echel
Lecturer; Faculty-in-Residence (2001)
BA, Schiller International University, 1986
MA, Boston University, 1991
MA, Ohio University, 1996

Anthropology

Jack Glazier
Professor; Department Chair (1971)
BA, Butler University, 1965
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1968
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1972

Ronald W. Casson (1)
Professor (1976)
BS, University of Illinois, 1964
MA, Stanford University, 1967
PhD, Stanford University, 1971

Linda L. Grimm (1)
Associate Professor; (1972)
BA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1964
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1968
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1977

Valentina Pagliai (1)
Assistant Professor (2001)
BA, University of Padua, 1992
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1995
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 2000

Baron Pineda
Assistant Professor (2003)
BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1989
MA, University of Chicago, 1991
PhD, University of Chicago, 1998

Art

Erik Inglis
Associate Professor; Department Co-Chair (1998)
BA, Oberlin College, 1989
MA, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 1991
PhD, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 1998

Nanette Yannuzzi Macias (3)
Associate Professor; Department Co-Chair (1993)
BFA, Cooper Union School of Art and Science, 1984
MFA University of California, San Diego, 1991

William E. Hood, Jr.
Mildred C. Jay Professor (1974)
BFA, University of Georgia, 1965
MA, University of Georgia, 1967
PhD, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, 1977

Susan Kane
Professor (1977)
BA, Barnard College, 1970
MA, Bryn Mawr College, 1973
PhD, Bryn Mawr College, 1978

John Pearson
Eva and John Young-Hunter Professor of Studio Art (1972)
NDD, Harrogate College of Art, England, 1960
Certificate, Royal Academy Schools, London, 1963
MFA, Northern Illinois University, 1966

Johnny Coleman (3)
Associate Professor Art and African American Studies (1993)
BFA, Otis Art Institute of the Parson’s School of Design, 1989
MFA, University of California, San Diego, 1992

Patricia Mathews
Associate Professor (1985)
BA, University of Houston, 1974
PhD, University of North Carolina, 1984

Pipo Nguyen-Duy
Associate Professor (1998)
BA, Carleton College, 1983
MFA, University of New Mexico, 1996

Sarah Schuster
Associate Professor (1988)
BFA, Boston University, 1979
MFA, Yale University, 1982

Rian Brown-Orso
Assistant Professor (2000)
BFA, Massachusetts College of Art, 1994
MFA, University of California, San Diego, 2000

Bonnie Cheng (1)
Assistant Professor Art and East Asian Studies (2003)
BA, Bryn Mawr College, 1991
MA, University of Chicago, 1996
PhD, University of Chicago, 2003

Astronomy
(see Physics and Astronomy)

Athletics and Physical Education

Joseph F. Karlgaard
Assistant Professor, Acting Director of Athletics, Department Chair, (2004)
BA, Stanford University (1996)
MA, University of Minnesota, 2003
PhD, University of Minnesota, 2005

Jane Wildman
Instructor; Senior Women’s Administrator (1998)
BA, Denison, 1993
MA, Kent State University, 1999

Franklin D. Dobbs
Assistant Director; Instructor; Head Men’s Basketball Coach (2002)
BA, Villanova, 1984

Donald Jack Hunsinger
Associate Professor; Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach (1970-72;1978)
BA, Muskingum College, 1964
MEd, Ohio University, 1966

Jeffrey Ramsey
Assistant Professor; Head Football Coach (1998)
BA, University of California, Davis, 1983
MS, University of Illinois, 1988

Raymond Appenheimer
Instructor; Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Coach (2004)
BA, Colgate University, 1994

Carey Cavanaugh
Instructor; Head Women’s Volleyball Coach (2005)
BA, East Tennessee State University (2002)

Christa Champion
Instructor; Head Women’s Basketball Coach (2002)
BS, Brown University, 1986
MS, Smith College, 1990

Adrienne Davis
Instructor; Head Women’s Softball Coach (2005)
BA, Beloit College, 2004

Mark Fino
Instructor; Head Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach (2002)
BA, Kalamazoo College, 2002

Jason D. Hudson
Instructor; Head Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach (2002)
BA, The College of Wooster, 1993
MEd, Kent State University, 1998

Eric Lahetta
Instructor; Head Baseball Coach; Director of Club Sports (1998)
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1992
MS, Bowling Green State University, 1994

Andrew P. Nelson
Instructor; Head Women’s Soccer Coach (2004)
BS, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, 1988
MS, Penn State University, 1992

Blake New
Instructor; Head Men’s Soccer Coach; Head Golf Coach (1996)
BA, Cleveland State University, 1991
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1992

Deborah L. Ranieri
Instructor; Head Field Hockey/Women’s Lacrosse Coach (2002)
BS, East Stroudsburg University, 1990

Andrew Stillman
Instructor, Assistant Men’s Football Coach (2005)
BA, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1999
MEd, Bowling Green State University, 2002

Kevin Walz
Instructor; Interim Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach (2002)
BA, Winona State, 2001

Patricia J. Block
Visiting Instructor (1999)
Diploma, Bryant and Stratton Business Institute, 1985

Ronald J. Gresco
Visiting Instructor (1999)
Certificate, Chicago Institute of Technology, 1980

Eric A. Stewart
Visiting Instructor (1999)
BA, Marlboro College, 1992

Betsy L. Bruce
Lecturer; Director of Recreation and Athletic Facilities (1999)
BA, The College of Wooster, 1977
MA, University of Iowa, 1978

Timothy A. Carver
Lecturer; Athletic Trainer (1990)
BA, Purdue University, 1988
MA, University of North Carolina, 1990

Thomas W. Reid
Lecturer (1980)
BA, Oberlin College, 1980

Adam R. Shoemaker
Assistant Men’s Soccer; Assistant Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach (1999)
BA, Oberlin College, 1996
MA, University of Alabama, 1999

Biology

Roger H. Laushman
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1989)
BS, University of Kansas, 1979
MS, Iowa State University, 1983
PhD, University of Georgia, 1988

Mark R. Braford
Professor of Biology and Neuroscience (1986)
AB, Wabash College, 1964
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1971

Yolanda Paje Cruz (3)
Professor (1986)
BS, University of the Philippines, 1971
MS, University of the Philippines, 1974
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1982

Catherine A. McCormick
Donald R. Longman Professor of Natural Sciences (1986)
BA, New York University, 1973
MS, University of Michigan, 1975
PhD, University of Michigan, 1978

Taylor St. Claire Allen
Associate Professor (1996)
BSE, University of Pennsylvania, 1984
PhD, University of Washington, 1990

Mary C. Garvin
Associate Professor (1998)
BA, Hiram College, 1986
MS, Louisiana State University, 1989
PhD, University of Florida, 1996

Robin S. Salter
Associate Professor (1987)
BA, Macalester College, 1972
MS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1981

Janice Thornton
Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Biology (1990)
BS, Portland State University, 1976
MS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1979
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1983

Marta Laskowski (1)
Assistant Professor (2002)
BS, Indiana University, 1983
PhD, Stanford University 1990

Maureen A. Peters
Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, Washingston University, St. Louis, 1992
PhD, Harvard University, 2001

Laura Romberg
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, Princeton University, 1989
PhD, University of California, San Francisco, 1997

Keith A. Tarvin
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, Hendrix College, 1986
MS, University of Arkansas, 1991
PhD, University of South Florida, 1998

Angela J. Roles
Visiting Instructor (2006)
BS, Wake Forest University 2000

Jane Ellen Bennett
Lecturer; Laboratory Instructor (1976)
BA, St. Mary’s University, 1970
MS, Wright State University, 1976

Chemistry

William H. Fuchsman
Professor; Department Chair (1970)
BA, Harvard University, 1963
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1967

Albert R. Matlin
Professor (1984)
AB, Bard College, 1977
MS, Yale University, 1979
MPhil, Yale University, 1979
PhD, Yale University, 1982

Robert Q. Thompson
Professor (1982)
BA, College of Wooster, 1978
PhD, Michigan State University, 1982

Matthew J. Elrod
Associate Professor (2001)
BA, Grinnell College, 1989
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1994

Manish A. Mehta
Associate Professor (1997)
AB, Wabash College, 1986
PhD, Yale University, 1990

Michael W. Nee
Associate Professor (1983)
BS, University of Santa Clara, 1977
PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1981

Jason M. Belitsky
Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, Amherst College, 1997
PhD, California Institute of Technology, 2002

Catherine M. Oertel
Assistant Professor (2006)
BA, Oberlin College, 1999
PhD, Cornell University, 2005

Rebecca J. Whelan
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, Lawrence University, 1996
PhD, Stanford University, 2003

Cortland S. Hill
Lecturer; Laboratory Instructor and Manager (2000)
AB, Oberlin College, 1977
MS, Florida State University, 1984

Cinema Studies

Jeffrey Pence
Associate Professor of English and Cinema Studies; Program Director (1997)
BA, Oberlin College, 1988
MA, Temple University, 1993
PhD, Temple University, 1998

William Patrick Day
Professor of English and Cinema Studies (1983)
BA, Oberlin College, 1971
MA, University of Chicago, 1972
PhD, University of Chicago, 1976

Geoffrey Pingree
Associate Professor of Cinema Studies and English (2001)
BA, Brigham Young University, 1984
MA, University of Chicago, 1986
PhD, University of Chicago, 1996

EunJung Grace An
Assistant Professor of French (2004)
AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1993
MA, Bryn Mawr College, 1996
MA, Cornell University, 2000
PhD, Cornell University, 2004

Elizabeth Hamilton (3)
Assistant Professor of German (2000)
BA, Grove City College, 1987
MA, University of Delaware, 1991
PhD, Ohio State University, 1998

Classics

Kirk W. Ormand
Associate Professor; Department Chair (2001)
BA, Carleton College, 1985
MA, Stanford University, 1989
PhD, Stanford University, 1992

Thomas Van Nortwick (3)
Nathan A. Greenberg Professor of Classics (1974)
BA, Stanford University, 1969
MA, Yale University, 1972
PhD, Stanford University, 1975

Benjamin T. Lee (2)
Assistant Professor (2002)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1991
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1996
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2001

Andrew Wilburn
Assistant Professor (2006)
BS, Randolph-Macon College (1996)
MA, University of Maryland (1998)
MA, University of Michigan (2004)
PhD, University of Michigan, 2005

Elizabeth Colantoni
Visiting Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1993)
MA, Florida State University, (2001)
PhD, University of Michigan, (2005)

Comparative American Studies

Jan Cooper
John Charles Reid Associate Professor; Associate Professor of English; Program Director (1984)
BA, Auburn University, 1976
MA, University of Alabama, 1978
PhD, University of Iowa, 1986

Gina Pérez (1)
Assistant Professor (2003)
BA, University of Notre Dame, 1990
MA, Northwestern University, 1995
PhD, Northwestern University, 2000

Meredith Raimondo
Assistant Professor (2003)
BA, Brown University, 1991
MA, Emory University, 1997
PhD, Emory University, 1999

Lisa Hall

Visiting Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, Yale University, 1986
MA, University of California-Berkeley, 1990
PhD, University of California-Berkeley, 1997

Annette Portillo
Visiting Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, University of California, San Diego, 1996
MA, Cornell University, 2000
PhD, Cornell University, 2004

Comparative Literature

Jed Deppman (1)
Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature (2003)
BA, Amherst College, 1990
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1992
DEA, E’cole des Hautes E’tudes en Sciences Sociales, 1993
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1998

Computer Science

Richard M. Salter
Professor; Program Director (1982)
BA, Oberlin College, 1973
MA, Indiana University, 1975
PhD, Indiana University, 1978

John Donaldson
Professor (2000)
BS, Case Western Reserve University, 1971
MS, Ohio State University, 1972
MS, Ohio State University, 1977
PhD, Ohio State University, 1975

Robert Frederick Geitz
Associate Professor (1980)
BA, Case Western Reserve University, 1974
BS, Case Western Reserve University, 1974
MS, University of Illinois, 1980
PhD, University of Illinois, 1980

Esmail Bonakdarian
Visiting Assistant Professor (2005)
BS, University of Iowa, 1984
MS, University of Iowa, 1987
PhD, University of Iowa, 2001

Albert Borroni
Lecturer (1996)
BA, Oberlin College, 1985
PhD, Northeastern Ohio College of Medicine, 1992

Creative Writing

Sylvia Watanabe
Associate Professor; Program Director (1995)
BA, University of Hawaii, 1980
MA, State University of New York, 1985

Martha Collins (1)
Pauline Delaney Professor (1997)
BA, Stanford University, 1962
MA, University of Iowa, 1965
PhD, University of Iowa, 1971

David Pollock Young (3)
Emeritus Donald R. Longman Professor of English and Creative Writing (1961)
BA, Carleton College, 1958
MA, Yale University, 1959
PhD, Yale University, 1965

Pamela Alexander (2)
Associate Professor (1997)
BA, Bates College, 1970
MFA, University of Iowa, 1973

Dan Chaon
Irvin E. Houck Associate Professor in the Humanities (1998)
BA, Northwestern University, 1986
MA, Syracuse University, 1990

Angie Estes (3)
Visiting Professor (2001)
B.S., Washington State, 1972
B.A., Washington State, 1973
M.A., University of Oregon, 1978
Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1985

Jessica Grim
Lecturer (1994)
BA, San Francisco State University, 1985
MS, Columbia University, 1987

East Asian Studies

Ann Sherif
Associate Professor of Japanese; Program Director (1996)
BA, Indiana University, 1977
MA, University of Michigan, 1980
PhD, University of Michigan, 1991

Marc Jeremy Blecher
Professor of Politics (1976)
BS, Cornell University, 1969
MA, University of Chicago, 1972
PhD, University of Chicago, 1978

James Dobbins (1)
Professor of Religion and East Asian Studies (1983)
BA, Rhodes College, 1971
MA, Yale University, 1976
PhD, Yale University, 1984

Suzanne Gay (1)
Professor of East Asian Studies and History (1986)
BA, University of Washington, 1973
MA, Yale University, 1977
PhD, Yale University, 1982

David E. Kelley
Associate Professor of History and East Asian Studies (1981)
BA, Dartmouth College, 1970
MA, Stanford University, 1972
PhD, Harvard University, 1986

Qiusha Ma
Associate Professor of Chinese (l995)
BA, Beijing Normal University, 1982
MA, Beijing Normal University, 1984
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1990
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1995

Bonnie Cheng (1)
Assistant Professor of Art History and East Asian Studies (2003)
BA, Bryn Mawr College, 1991
MA, University of Chicago, 1996
PhD, University of Chicago, 2003

Hsiu-Chuang Deppman (1)
Assistant Professor of Chinese (2003)
BA, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan, 1990
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1993
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1999

Sheila Miyoshi Jager (1)
Associate Professor (2000)
BA, Bennington College, 1984
MA, Middlebury College, 1985
PhD, University of Chicago, 1994

Ikuko Kurasawa
Lecturer in Japanese (2001)
BA, Obirin University, Tokyo, 1997
MA, Obirin University, Tokyo, 2001

Kai Li
Lecturer in Chinese (1993)
BA, Beijing Normal University, 1969

Fang Liu
Instructor of Chinese (2000)
BA, Yunnan University, China, 1986
MA, University of Vermont, 1999

Satoko Koizumi
Visiting Instructor of Japanese (2006)
BA, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, 2005

Michael Wert
Visiting Instructor of History and EAS (2006)
BA, The George Washington University, 1997

Economics

Luis Fernandez
Professor, Department Chair (1980)
BS, Cornell University, 1973
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1976
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1982

David L. Cleeton
Professor; Associate Provost (1980)
BA, University of Missouri, 1973
MA, University of Missouri, 1975
PhD, Washington University-Saint Louis, 1980

Barbara J. Craig
Professor (1989)
BA, Texas Christian University, 1978
BS, Texas Christian University, 1978
PhD, University of Minnesota, 1988

Hirschel Kasper
Professor (1963)
BA, Boston University, 1956
MA, University of Minnesota, 1959
PhD, University of Minnesota, 1963

Kenneth N. Kuttner (3)
Danforth-Lewis Professor (2004)
BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1982
MA, Harvard University, 1987
PhD, Harvard University, 1989

Robert Piron (3)
Professor (1961)
BS, New York University, 1956
MS, Northwestern University, 1959
PhD, Northwestern University, 1966

James E. Zinser
Professor (1967)
BS, Bradley University, 1962
MA, University of Oregon, 1967
PhD, University of Oregon, 1967

Sylvestre Gaudin (2)
Assistant Professor (2001)
Maîtrise, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1985
MA, Bowling Green University, 1990
PhD, Rice University, 1999

English

T. Scott McMillin
Associate Professor, Department Chair (1992)
BA, University of Michigan, 1983
MA, Syracuse University, 1989
PhD, Syracuse University, 1992

Robert Bell Pierce
Emeritus Professor (1964)
BA, Allegheny College, 1956
MA, Harvard College, 1957
PhD, Harvard College, 1964

Martha Collins (3)
Professor of Creative Writing and English (1997)
BA, Stanford University, 1962
MA, University of Iowa, 1965
PhD, University of Iowa, 1971

William Patrick Day
Professor of English and Cinema Studies (1983)
BA, Oberlin College, 1971
MA, University of Chicago, 1972
PhD, University of Chicago, 1976

Phyllis Gorfain
Professor (1971)
BA, Butler University, 1965
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1967
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1973

Nicholas Root Jones
Professor; Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1976)
BA, Harvard College, 1967
MA, Harvard University, 1969
PhD, Harvard University, 1973

Katherine Linehan (1)
Professor (1971)
BA, University of Chicago, 1965
MA, Stanford University, 1967
PhD, Stanford University, 1973

Anuradha Dingwaney Needham
Donald R. Longman Professor (1989)
BA, University of Delhi, 1971
MA, University of Delhi, 1973
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1980

John Olmsted (2)
Professor (1970)
BA, University of Western Ontario, 1964
MA, Harvard University, 1965
PhD, Harvard University, 1972

Leonard A. Podis
Professor of Rhetoric and Composition and English (1975)
AB, Case Western Reserve University, 1970
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1970
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1975

David L. Walker
Professor (1977)
BA, Oberlin College, 1972
MA, Cornell University, 1976
PhD, Cornell University, 1979

Sandra Abelson Zagarell
Donald R. Longman Professor (1979)
BA, City College of New York, 1965
MA, Columbia University, 1967
PhD, Columbia University, 1976

Jan Cooper
John Charles Reid Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition (1984)
BA, Auburn University, 1976
MA, University of Alabama, 1978
PhD, University of Iowa, 1986

John Nelson Hobbs
Associate Professor (1966)
BA, Carleton College, 1962
MA, Yale University, 1963
PhD, Yale University, 1967

Jeffrey Pence
Associate Professor of English and Cinema Studies (1997)
BA, Oberlin College, 1988
MA, Temple University, 1993
PhD, Temple University, 1998

Geoffrey Pingree
Associate Professor of English and Cinema Studies (2001)
BA, Brigham Young University, 1984
MA, University of Chicago, 1986
PhD, University of Chicago, 1996

Anne Trubek
Associate Professor of English and Rhetoric and Composition (1997)
BA, Oberlin College, 1988
MA, Temple University, 1993
PhD, Temple University, 1998

Carol Tufts (2)
Associate Professor (1977)
BA, Queens College, 1968
PhD, Brown University, 1975

Jennifer Bryan
Assistant Professor (2001)
BA, Williams College, 1992
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1995
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1999

Jed Deppman
Assistant Professor of Comparative and English Literature (2003)
BA, Amherst College, 1990
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1992
DEA, E’cole des Hautes E’tudes en Sciences Sociales, 1993
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1998

DeSales Harrison
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, Yale University, 1990
MA, Johns Hopkins University, 1991
PhD, Harvard University, 2002

Gillian Johns
Assistant Professor (1998)
BS, Slippery Rock University, 1984
MA, Temple University, 1992
PhD, Temple University, 1999

Paul Kelleher
Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, Duke University, 1994
MA, Princeton University, 1998
PhD, Princeton University, 2003

Warren Liu
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1993
MFA, University of Iowa, 1994
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2004

Mayumi Takada
Visiting Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1994
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2004

Environmental Studies

David W. Orr (2)
Paul Sears Professor; Program Director (1990)
BA, Westminster College, 1965
MA, Michigan State University, 1966
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1973

John E. Petersen
Associate Professor (1999)
BA, Oberlin College, 1988
MFS, Yale University, 1992
PhD, University of Maryland, 1998

Sylvestre Gaudin (2)
Assistant Professor (2001)
Maîtrise, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1985
MA, Bowling Green University, 1990
PhD, Rice University, 1999

Kathryn Janda
Assistant Professor (2002)
BA, Brown University, 1988
MS, University of California, Berkeley, 1993
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2001

Ben Wisner
Visiting Professor (2004)
BA, University of California, Davis, 1965
MA, University of Chicago, 1966
PhD, Clark University, 1978

Cheryl Wolfe-Cragin
Lecturer; A.J. Lewis Center Facilities Manager; Watershed Education Coordinator (1984)
BA, Oberlin College, 1989

Beth Blissman
Lecturer; Director of the Center for Service and Learning (2001)
BAE, Penn State University, 1986
MA, LaSalle University, 1991
PhD, University of Denver, 2000

French and Italian

Janice C. Zinser
Ruberta T. McCandless Professor of French; Department Chair (1972)
BA, University of Maryland, 1964
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1977

Nelson L. de Jesus (3)
Professor of French (1969)
AA, Menlo College, 1960
BA, University of Wisconsin, 1962
MA, University of Illinois, 1965
PhD, University of Illinois, 1974

Eunjung Grace An
Assistant Professor of French (2004)
AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1993
MA, Bryn Mawr College, 1996
MA, Cornell University, 2000
PhD, Cornell University, 2004

Ali Yedes (2)
Associate Professor of French (2000)
BA, University of Tunis, Tunisia, 1984
MA, Temple University, 1993
PhD, University of California, Davis, 1999

Ivana Di Siena
Instructor of Italian (1999)
MA, Laurea in Italian Language and Literature University La Sapienza, Rome, 1998

Loïc Thommeret
Lecturer in French; Faculty-in-Residence (2002)
Maîtrise de Lettres Modernes, Université du Maine, 1983
License de Lettres Modernes, Université du Maine, 1982
PhD, University of California, Davis, 2002

E. Elizabeth Murphy
Instructor of French (2006)
BA, University of Georgia, 1997MA, University of Virginia, 1999

 

 

Gender and Women’s Studies

Ann Cooper Albright
Professor of Dance; Program Director (1989)
BA, Bryn Mawr College, 1981
MFA, Temple University, 1983
PhD, New York University, 1991

Frances S. Hasso (1)
Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies and Sociology (2000)
BA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987
MA, Georgetown University, 1990
MA, University of Michigan, 1995
PhD, University of Michigan, 1997

Wendy Kozol
Associate Professor (1992)
BA, Oberlin College, 1980
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1986
PhD, University of Minnesota, 1990

Diana Kahn
Visiting Assistant Professor (1996)
BA, Cornell University, 1958
MA, University of Chicago, 1973
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1978

Geology

Steven F. Wojtal
Longman Professor of Natural Sciences; Department Chair (1979)
BS, Brown University, 1974
MA, Johns Hopkins University, 1976
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1982

Bruce M. Simonson (1)
Professor (1979)
BA, Wesleyan University, 1972
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1982

Dennis K. Hubbard
Associate Professor (1999)
BS, University of Massachusetts, 1971
MS, University of South Carolina, 1974
PhD, University of South Carolina, 1977

Karla Parsons-Hubbard
Associate Professor (1998)
BA, Beloit College, 1983
MS, University of Rochester, 1987
PhD, University of Rochester, 1993

Laura Moore
Assistant Professor (2002)
BA, Colgate University, 1993
PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1998

Holli M. Frey
Visiting Assistant Professor (2005)
BA, Franklin & Marshall College, 1999
PhD, University of Michigan, 2005

German

Heidi Thomann Tewarson
Professor; Department Chair (1987)
BS, Boston University, 1961
MLA, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1970
MA, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1973
PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1977

Steven R. Huff
Associate Professor (1987)
BA, Arizona State University, 1980
MA, Arizona State University, 1982
MA, Princeton University, 1984
PhD, Princeton University, 1987

Elizabeth Hamilton
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, Grove City College, 1987
MA, University of Delaware, 1991
PhD, Ohio State University, 1998

Ines Brünner
Lecturer in German; Faculty-in-Residence (2006)
MA, Humboldt - Universität zu Berlin, (2001)

Hispanic Studies

Sebastiaan Faber
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1999)
Doctorandus, University of Amsterdam, 1995
PhD, University of California, Davis, 1999

László Scholz (2)
Professor (1989)
BA, University of Budapest, 1971
MA, University of Budapest, 1973
PhD, University of Budapest, 1975

Patrick O’Connor (2)
Associate Professor; (2002)
BA, Cornell University, 1980
MA, Yale University, 1991
PhD, Yale University, 1994

Ana Cara
Associate Professor (1980)
BA, Middlebury College, 1972
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1974
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1983

Vicente Pérez de León (1)
Associate Professor (2000)
BA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1991
MA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1993
MA, Villanova University, 1994
PhD, Indiana University, 1998

Esmeralda Martínez-Tapia
Lecturer; Faculty-in-Residence (1990)
BA, Escuela Nacional de Maestros, 1964

Alicia Martínez Marco (3)
Instructor (2000)
BA, University of Valencia, Spain, 1990
MA, Villanova University, 1995
MA, Indiana University, 1998

Kim Tungseth-Faber
Instructor (1999)
BA, University of California, Riverside, 1994
MA, University of California, Davis, 1997
MA, University of California, Davis, 1998

Barbara Sawhill
Lecturer (1998)
BA, Bowdoin College, 1981
EdM, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1988
MA, University of Texas, 1990

History

Carol S. Lasser
Professor; Department Chair (1980)
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1973
MA, Harvard University, 1975
PhD, Harvard University, 1982

Nancy Schrom Dye
Professor; President (1994)
BA, Vassar College, 1969
MA, University of Wisconsin, 1971
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1974

Michael Fisher
Robert S. Danforth Professor (1990)
BA, Trinity College, 1972
MA, University of Chicago, 1973
PhD, University of Chicago, 1978

Heather Hogan
Professor; (1981)
BA, Northwestern University, 1971
MA, University of Michigan, 1976
PhD, University of Michigan, 1981

Clayton R. Koppes
Professor (1978)
BA, Bethel College, 1967
MA, Emory University, 1968
PhD, University of Kansas, 1974

Gary J. Kornblith
Professor (1981)
BA, Amherst College, 1973
MA, Princeton University, 1975
PhD, Princeton University, 1983

Leonard V. Smith
Frederick B. Artz Professor (1990)
BA, Oberlin College, 1980
MIA, School of International Affairs, Columbia University, 1982
PhD, Columbia University, 1990

Steven S. Volk
Professor (1986)
BA, Brandeis University, 1968
MA, Columbia University, 1971
PhD, Columbia University, 1983

David E. Kelley
Associate Professor of History and East Asian Studies (1981)
BA, Dartmouth College, 1970
MA, Stanford University, 1972
PhD, Harvard University, 1986

Shulamit Magnus
Associate Professor of History and Jewish Studies (1997)
BA, Barnard College, 1972
MPhil, Columbia University, 1977
PhD, Columbia University, 1988

Pablo Mitchell (1)
Associate Professor of History and Comparative American Studies (2000)
BA, Swarthmore, 1992
MA, University of New Mexico, 1995
PhD, University of Michigan, 2001

Lisa Abend (2)
Assistant Professor (2001)
AB, Oberlin College, 1986
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1992
PhD, Harvard University, 1998

Annemarie H. Sammartino
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, Rice University, 1996
MA, University of Michigan, 1998
PhD, University of Michigan, 2004

Michael J. Wert
Visiting Instructor of History and East Asian Studies (2006)
BA, The George Washington University, 1997

Roland Baumann
Adjunct Professor; Archivist (1987)
BA, University of Wisconsin, 1964
MA, Northern Illinois University, 1966
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1970

Carl Jacobson
Adjunct Assistant Professor; Executive Director Oberlin Shansi (1976)
BA, Eckerd College, 1969
MA, Harvard University, 1971
PhD, University of Michigan, 1993

Jewish Studies

Shulamit Magnus
Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and History; Program Director (1998)
BA, Barnard College, 1972
MPhil, Columbia University, 1977
PhD, Columbia University, 1988

Abraham P. Socher (2)
Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion (2000)
BA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1996
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2001

Learning Assistance Program

Jane Ellen Boomer
Lecturer; Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities; College Reading Skills Instructor (2000)
BA, Allegheny College, 1972
MA, Allegheny College, 1973

Melissa Ballard
Lecturer, College Study Skills and Reading (1997)
BA, Cleveland State University, 1977
MA, Cleveland State University, 1979

Kimberly Jackson Davidson
Lecturer (1999)
BA, Spelman College, 1986
MA, University of Wisconsin, 1991

Lori K. Flood
Lecturer, Communication Skills (2004)
BA, Ohio State University, 1987
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1998

Linda W. Gates
Lecturer in English as a Second Language and College Study Skills; Associate Dean (1989)
BA, Wilson College, 1963
MAT, Oberlin College, 1965

Kay M. Knight
Lecturer in Mathematics; Developmental Mathematics Instructor (1997)
BSE, University of Central Arkansas, 1969
MSE, Louisiana State University, 1973

Carol Sedgwick
Lecturer (2001)
BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1966
DMA, Eastman School of Music, 1983
MA, Cleveland State University, 2000

Mathematics

James Andrew Walsh
Professor; Department Chair (1991)
BS, University of Connecticut, 1980
MA, Fairfield University, 1985
MA, Boston University, 1988
PhD, Boston University, 1991

Robert A. Bosch
Professor (1991)
BA, Oberlin College, 1985
MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1987
PhD, Yale University, 1991

Susan Jane Colley
Andrew and Pauline Delaney Professor (1983)
BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1979
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1983

Michael Gilman Henle
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science (1970)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1965
MA, Yale University, 1967
MPhil, Yale University, 1969
PhD, Yale University, 1970

Jeffrey Alvin Witmer
Professor (1986)
BS, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse, 1979
PhD, University of Minnesota, 1983

Robert M. Young
James F. Clark Professor (1971)
BA, Colby College, 1965
PhD, University of Michigan, 1971

Oliver Schirokauer
Associate Professor (1992)
BS, Yale College, 1984
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1992

Elizabeth Wilmer
Associate Professor (1998)
AB, Harvard University, 1991
AM, Harvard University, 1996
PhD, Harvard University, 1999

Kevin Woods
Assistant Professor (2006)
BS, Wake Forest University, 2000
PhD, University of Michigan, 2004

Kay M. Knight
Lecturer; Developmental Mathematics Instructor (1997)
BSE, University of Central Arkansas, 1969
MSE, Louisiana State University, 1973

Neuroscience

Lynne Bianchi
David H. and Margaret W. Barker Associate Professor; Department Chair (1998)
BS, State University of New York, 1987
MA, State University of New York, 1989
PhD, State University of New York, 1994

Mark Braford
Professor of Biology and Neuroscience (1986)
AB, Wabash College, 1964
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1971

Michael D. Loose
Associate Professor of Neuroscience (1990)
BS, United States Air Force Academy, 1975
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1986

Catherine A. McCormick
Donald R. Longman Professor of Natural Sciences (1986)
BA, New York University, 1973
MS, University of Michigan, 1975
PhD, University of Michigan, 1978

Dennison Smith (2)
Norman Henderson Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology (1969)
BA, Colgate University, 1965
MS, University of Massachusetts, 1967
PhD, University of Massachusetts, 1970

Janice Thornton
Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Biology (1990)
BS, Portland State University, 1976
MS, University of Wisconsin, 1979
PhD, University of Wisconsin, 1983

Chaelon Myme
Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
B.S., The Evergreeen State College, 1993
Ph.D., Brandeis University, 2004

Albert Borroni
Lecturer (1996)
BA, Oberlin College, 1985
PhD, Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, 1992

Philosophy

Todd S. Ganson
Associate Professor; Chair (2000)
BA, University of California, Davis, 1992
MA, Cornell University, 1994
PhD, Cornell University, 1998

Alfred Farnum MacKay
Professor and Provost (1967)
BA, Davidson College, 1960
PhD, University of North Carolina, 1967

Peter K. McInerney
Professor (1976)
BA, Yale University, 1971
PhD, University of Texas, 1976

Martin Thomson-Jones
Associate Professor (1998)
BA, Oxford University, 1986
PhD, Stanford University, 1991

Dorit A. Ganson
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, Princeton University, 1989
MA, Cornell University, 1994
PhD, Cornell University, 1999

Timothy M. Hall
Assistant Professor (2001)
BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1992
PhD, University of California, 2003

Katherine Thomson-Jones
Visiting Assistant Professor and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2003)
BA, Queen’s University, 1997
PhD, University of Toronto, 2003

Physics and Astronomy

W. Bruce Richards
Professor; Department Chair (1967)
BA, Oberlin College, 1961
PhD, University of California, Berkeley,
1966

John Henry Scofield
Professor (1987)
BA, University of Michigan, Flint, 1978
PhD, Cornell University, 1985

Daniel R. Stinebring (1)
Francis D. Federighi Professor of Physics & Astronomy (1990)
BA, Williams College, 1976
MS, Cornell University, 1978
PhD, Cornell University, 1982

Daniel F. Styer
Professor (1985)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1977
PhD, Cornell University, 1983

Stephen Andrew FitzGerald
Associate Professor (1998)
BA, Trinity College, Ireland, 1987
PhD, Cornell University, 1994

Yumi Ijiri
Associate Professor (1998)
AB, Princeton University, 1991
PhD, Cornell University, 1996

Christopher L. Martin
Assistant Professor (2004)
BA, Rice University, 1994
PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1999

Melinda Keller
Lecturer; Laboratory Instructor (1990)
BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1984
MS, Cleveland State University, 1995

Politics

Chris Howell (1)
Professor; Department Chair (1989)
BA, Cambridge University, 1983
MA, Yale University, 1985
MPhil, Yale University, 1986
PhD, Yale University, 1989

Marc Jeremy Blecher
Professor (1976)
BS, Cornell University, 1969
MA, University of Chicago, 1972
PhD, University of Chicago, 1978

Paul A. Dawson
Professor (1967)
BA, Michigan State University, 1964
PhD, Michigan State University, 1969

Ronald Charles Kahn
James Monroe Professor (1969)
BA, Rutgers University, 1964
MA, University of Chicago, 1967
PhD, University of Chicago, 1973

Sonia Kruks (3)
Robert S. Danforth Professor (1990)
BA, University of Leeds, 1968
MSc, London School of Economics, 1970
PhD, London School of Economics, 1977

David W. Orr (2)
Paul Sears Professor of Environmental Studies (1990)
BA, Westminster College, 1965
MA, Michigan State University, 1966
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1973

Benjamin N. Schiff
Professor (1979)
BA, Michigan State University, 1973
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1975
PhD, University of California, Berkeley,1982

Harlan Wilson
Professor (1972)
BA, Willamette University, 1964
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1965
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1978

Stephen Crowley
Associate Professor (1995)
BA, Hamilton University, 1982
PhD, University of Michigan, 1993

Eve Nan Sandberg
Associate Professor (1990)
BA, Boston University, 1972
MS, University of Pennsylvania, 1975
MA, Yale University, 1984
MPhil, Yale University, 1984
PhD, Yale University, 1990

Kristina Mani (2)
Assistant Professor (2003)
BSFS, Georgetown University, 1991
MA, Columbia University, 1996
MPhil, Columbia University, 2000
PhD, Columbia University, 2004

Michael Parkin
Politics Instructor (2006)
BA, University of British Columbia, 1996
MA, University of Toronto, 1997

Psychology

Karen Sutton
Professor; Department Chair (1974)
BA, City College of New York, 1967
MS, Syracuse University, 1972
PhD, Syracuse University, 1974

Patricia Ann deWinstanley
Professor; Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1991)
BA, Pomona College, 1984
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1986
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990

William J. Friedman (1)
Professor (1976)
BA, Oberlin College, 1972
PhD, University of Rochester, 1976

Dennison A. Smith (1)
Norman D. Henderson Professor (1969)
BA, Colgate University, 1965
MS, University of Massachusetts, 1967
PhD, University of Massachusetts, 1970

Sam C. Carrier
Associate Professor (1970)
BA, Wesleyan University, 1966
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1973

Nancy Darling
Associate Professor of Psychology (2005)
BS, Cornell University, 1981
MS, Cornell University, 1987
PhD, Cornell University, 1990

F. Stephan Mayer
Associate Professor (1983)
AB, University of Southern California, 1976
PhD, University of Southern California, 1982

Albert L. Porterfield
Associate Professor (1982)
AB, University of Michigan, Dearborn, 1974
MA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1979
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1983

Cynthia Frantz
Assistant Professor of Psychology (2002)
BA, Williams College, 1991
MS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1996
PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2000

Joy Hanna
Assistant Professor (2004)
AB, Vassar College, 1991
MA, University of Rochester, 1999
PhD, University of Rochester, 2001

Religion

David G. Kamitsuka
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1993)
BA, Haverford College, 1983
MPhil, Yale University, 1989
PhD, Yale University, 1993

James C. Dobbins (1)
Professor (1983)
BA, Rhodes College, 1971
MA, Yale University, 1976
PhD, Yale University, 1984

Paula Richman (1)
Professor (1985)
BA, Oberlin College, 1974
MA, Princeton University, 1977
MA, University of Chicago, 1980
PhD, University of Chicago, 1983

Joyce K. McClure Babyak
Associate Professor (1998)
AB, College of the Holy Cross, 1977
MA, Yale University, 1992
MPhil, Yale University, 1995
PhD, Yale University, 1998

Laurie Hovell McMillin
Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition and Religion (1997)
BA, Lawrence University, 1984
MA, Syracuse University, 1989
PhD, Syracuse University, 1993

Albert G. Miller
Associate Professor (1991)
BSW, Adelphi University, 1978
MSW, Adelphi University, 1979
MA, Princeton University, 1989
PhD, Princeton University, 1993

Cynthia Ruth Chapman (1)
Assistant Professor (2002)
BA, Kalamazoo College, 1987
MD, Vanderbilt Divinity School, 1991
PhD, Harvard Divinity School, 2002

Anna M. Gade
Assistant Professor (2000)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1989
MA, University of Chicago, 1992
PhD, University of Chicago, 1999

Margaret Kamitsuka (1)
Assistant Professor (1997)
BA, University of California Berkeley, 1977
MAR, Yale Divinity School, 1988
MA, Yale University, 1990
MPhil, Yale University, 1994
PhD, Yale University, 1999

Abraham P. Socher (2)
Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion (2000)
BA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1996
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2001

Rhetoric and Composition

Laurie Hovell McMillin
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1998)
BA, Lawrence University, 1984
MA, Syracuse University, 1989
PhD, Syracuse University, 1993

Leonard A. Podis
Professor of Rhetoric and Composition and English; (1975)
AB, Case Western Reserve University, 1970
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1970
PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 1975

Jan Cooper
John Charles Reid Associate Professor; Associate Professor of English (1984)
BA, Auburn University, 1976
MA, University of Alabama, 1978
PhD, University of Iowa, 1986

Anne R. Trubek
Associate Professor (1997)
AB, Oberlin College, 1988
MA, Temple University, 1993
PhD, Temple University, 1998

Nancy Boutilier
Visiting Instructor
BA, Harvard, 1984
MA, Middlebury / Bread Loaf, 1990

Russian and East European Studies

Tim Scholl
Professor of Russian; Director OCREECAS (1993)
BA, Vanderbilt University, 1984
MA, Yale University, 1985
PhD, Yale University, 1991

Heather Hogan
Professor of History (1981)
BA, Northwestern University, 1971
MA, University of Michigan, 1976
PhD, University of Michigan, 1981

Stephen Crowley
Associate Professor of Politics (1995)
BA, Hamilton University, 1982
PhD, University of Michigan, 1993

Arlene Forman (3)
Associate Professor of Russian (1986)
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1972
MA, Brown University, 1974
PhD, Brown University, 1982

Shulamit Magnus
Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and History (1997)
BA, Barnard College, 1972
MPhil, Columbia University, 1977
PhD, Columbia University, 1988

Thomas Newlin
Associate Professor of Russian (1991)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1982
MA, Columbia University, 1986
PhD, Columbia University, 1994

Veljko Vujacic
William G. and Jeanette Williams Smith Associate Professor of Sociology (1995)
BA, Brandeis University 1985
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1989
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1995

Russian Language, Literature and Culture

Thomas Newlin
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1991)
BA, Swarthmore College, 1982
MA, Columbia University, 1986
PhD, Columbia University, 1994

Arlene Forman
Associate Professor (1986)
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1972
MA, Brown University, 1974
PhD, Brown University, 1982

Tim Scholl
Associate Professor (1993)
BA, Vanderbilt University, 1984
MA, Yale University, 1985
PhD, Yale University, 1991

Sociology

Daphne A. John
Associate Professor; Department Chair (1991)
BA, Wells College, 1986
MA, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1988
PhD, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1992

William P. Norris (1)
Professor (1978)
BA, University of Arizona, 1965
MA, University of Florida, 1969
PhD, Harvard University, 1977

James Leo Walsh (1)
Professor (1966)
BA, Carroll College (Montana), 1962
PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 1966
JD, Case Western Reserve University, 1981

Clovis L. White
Associate Professor (1988)
BA, Southeastern Massachusetts University, 1975
MA, State University of New York, Albany, 1977
MA, Indiana University, 1981
PhD, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1984

Veljko Vujacic
William G. and Jeanette Williams Smith Associate Professor (1995)
BA, Brandeis University, 1985
MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1989
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1995

Pawan Dhingra
Assistant Professor (2003)
AB, Carleton College, 1994
MA, Cornell University, 1997
PhD, Cornell University, 2002

Theater and Dance

Paul Moser
Associate Professor of Theater; Program Director (1990)
BA, Brown University, 1976
MFA, Yale School of Drama, 1984

Ann Cooper Albright
Professor of Dance (1989)
BA, Bryn Mawr College, 1981
MFA, Temple University, 1983
PhD, New York University, 1991

Roger Copeland
Professor of Theater and Dance (1975)
BS, Northwestern University, 1971
MFA, Yale School of Drama, 1974
DFA, Yale School of Drama, 1978

Nusha Martynuk
Professor of Dance (1988)
BS, Temple University, 1974
MEd, Temple University, 1976

Carter McAdams
Professor of Dance (1988)
BA, Princeton University, 1973
MA, New York University, 1989

Chris Flaharty
Associate Professor of Theater and Dance; Costume Designer (1984)
BA, Westminster College, 1974
MA, Bowling Green State University, 1976
MFA, Ohio State University, 1983

Michael L. Grube
Associate Professor of Theater and Dance; Managing Director (1980)
BA, St. Vincent College, 1971
MFA, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1976

Caroline B. Jackson Smith (3)
Associate Professor of Theater and African American Studies (1989)
BA, Yale University, 1974

Elesa Rosasco
Associate Professor of Dance (1978)
BA, Eastern Michigan University, 1975
MFA, University of Michigan, 1977

Matthew Wright (3)
Associate Professor (2002)
BA, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1979
MFA, University of California, San Diego, 1988

JoEllen Cuthertson
Lecturer; Costumer (2001)

Astrid Jobe
Lecturer; Technical Coordinator (1998)
BS, Georgia Southern University, 1996
MA, University of Pittsburgh, 1998

Jennifer Groseth
Lecturer; Lighting/Sound Designer (1997)
BA, University of Wisconsin, 1991
MFA, University of Illinois, 1994
MFA, University of Illinois, 1995

Damen Mroczek
Set Designer; Lecturer (2002)
BFA, Indiana University, 1999
MS, Indiana University, 2002

Frederick Zwegat
Lecturer; Director of Audio-Visual Services (1987)
BA, St. Vincent College, 1971
MEd, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1980

(1) Absent, 2006-2007
(2) Absent, First Semester, 2006-2007;
(3) Absent, Second Semester, 2006-2007

The Conservatory of Music Faculty

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Darrett Adkins, Assistant Professor of Violoncello. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1991; MM, Rice University, 1993; DMA, Juilliard School, 1999. Cello studies with Joel Krosnick and Norman Fischer. Soloist with Tokyo Philharmonic, Tanglewood Festival Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, National Symphony of Brazil, North Carolina Symphony, New Hampshire Symphony, and many others. Many important premieres, including solo works by Berio, Donatoni and Feldman. New York recital debut, 1995. Cello faculty, Juilliard School, 1999-, Aspen Music School and Festival, 2003-. Former member, Flux Quartet. Current member: Zephyr trio, and Oberlin Trio. Recordings on RCA, Cold Blue, Mode, Tzadic, Koch, MMC. (Appointed 2003.)

Brian Alegant, Professor of Music Theory. BM, piano performance, Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts, 1982; MM, music history, MM, music theory, Temple University, 1985; PhD, Music Theory, Eastman School of Music, 1993. NEH Fellowship 1999-2000; SSHRCC Grant 1993-96. Papers delivered at the national meetings of the Society for Music Theory; International 19th- and 20th-Century Music Conferences; various regional conferences. Publications in Music Theory Spectrum; Journal of Music Theory; Perspectives of New Music; Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy; Computers for Music Research, and Intégral. Current editor, Music Theory Spectrum. Former faculty member, McGill University (1990-1996). (Appointed 1996.)

Marci Alegant, Associate Dean for Student Academic Affairs, Conservatory. BM, Temple University, 1985; MM, Eastman School of Music, 1995; MM, McGill University, 1996. Conducting studies with Iwan Edwards, Joseph Flummerfelt, and Timothy Vernon, and voice with Jan Simons and Masako Toribara. Concerts in the U.S. and Canada; founding director, Black River Singers of Oberlin since 1997. Previously director of conservatory development. (Appointed 2001.)

Stephen Aron, Teacher of Classical Guitar. BM, Hartt College of Music, 1979; MM, University of Arizona, 1981. Concerts in U.S. and Canada; New York debut (Merkin Hall), 1989. Winner, Guitar Foundation of America International Competition, 1983. Member, board of directors, 1988-92; chairman of board, 1989-92, Guitar Foundation of America. Founder, Great Lakes Classical Guitar Competition. Faculty member, University of Akron, 1981-. Solo CD, Sketches released on Digital Revolution, 1994. Voice and guitar CDs, Shine On Harvest Moon and In My Heart (Pavonia Music, 1997/98). Recorded on solo guitar the three-disk set Complete Chopin Mazurkas (Mel Bay Publications, 2001). Original arrangements published by Tuscany Publications and Mel Bay. (Appointed 1992.)

Gary Bartz, Visiting Professor of Jazz Saxophone. Juilliard School of Music and Peabody Conservatory. Recipient of numerous awards including Grammy award, Down Beat award and Melody Maker award. Over 35 solo recordings; performances and recordings with hundreds of artists including: Miles Davis, Shirley Horn, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach/Abbey Lincoln group, Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers with Lee Morgan, Charles Mingus’ Workshop. Latest recording: Soulstice-Live At The Jazz Standard, Vol. 1 on personal label, OYO Recordings. Other recordings include Another Earth; West 42nd Street; The Red and Orange Poems; Soulfinger with Art Blakey; Expansions and Extensions with McCoy Tyner. (Appointed 2001.)

Marcus Belgrave, Visiting Professor of Jazz Trumpet. Co-founder, jazz studies program, Detroit Metro Arts Complex; original faculty member, Oakland University jazz studies program; founder, Jazz Development Workshop in Detroit. Performances with Ray Charles, Max Roach, Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Mingus, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr., Dizzy Gillespie. Awards include: Arts Midwest’s Jazz Master Award (1991), Michigan Governors Arts Award (1994), Louis Armstrong Award (1995). Over 30 recordings including: Working Together (Detroit Jazz Musicians Coop Productions); Phantom with Horace Tapscott (Arabesque); Hub Art (Hip Hop); The Nurturer with Geri Allen (Blue Note); The Best of Ray Charles (Atlantic); Jazz at Lincoln Center (Columbia). (Appointed 2001.)

Peggy D. Bennett, Professor of Music Education. BS, music education, 1971; MA, music education, 1975, Ball State University; PhD, University of North Texas, 1981. Coauthor, SongWorks 1: Singing in the Education of Children (1997) and SongWorks 2: singing from Sound to Symbol (1999), Wadsworth; contributing editor, SongPlay: A Collection of Playful Songs (1999), Hal Leonard. Contributor to several books. Author of research and pedagogical articles published in journals including Music Educators Journal, Journal of Music Teacher Education, and Journal of Research in Music Education. Clinician and presenter for conferences and workshops throughout the U.S., Japan, Australia, and Canada. (Appointed 2001.)

Ronald Bishop, Teacher of Tuba. BM, Eastman School of Music; MS, University of Illinois. Study with Arnold Jacobs. Principal tuba, Cleveland Orchestra (1967-). Member, Severance Brass Quintet, Cleveland Low Brass Ensemble, and Cleveland Symphonic Winds. Frequent soloist with Cleveland Orchestra. Appearances as clinician, soloist, recitalist throughout the U.S. and abroad. Former member, American Wind Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and San Francisco Opera Orchestra. Former faculty member, Eastman School of Music, San Francisco State College, Youngstown State University. Inducted as National Patron of Delta Omicron, 1983. Alumni Achievement Award, Eastman School of Music, 1988. Performed on Grammy Award winning discs: PDQ Bach: An Awful Lot of Wind and Percussion Instruments, WTWP, and Antiphonal Music of Gabrieli. (Appointed 2001.)

David Boe, Professor of Organ and Harpsichord. BA, St. Olaf College, 1958; MM, Syracuse University, 1960. University Fellow, Syracuse University, study with Arthur Poister, 1958-60; Fulbright scholar, organ study with Helmut Walcha and harpsichord study with Maria Jaeger, Frankfurt, 1960-61 and Gustav Leonhardt, Amsterdam, 1968. Concerts in U.S. and Europe; recorded performances on Gasparo and Veritas label. National president, Pi Kappa Lambda, 1986-89; secretary, National Association of Schools of Music, 1981-87. Former faculty member, University of Georgia, 1961-62; visiting professor, Florida State University, 1991; visiting professor, Notre Dame University, 1991-92. Dean, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1975-90. (Appointed 1962.)

David Breitman, Associate Professor of Historical Performance; Director, Historical Performance Program. SB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976; MM, New England Conservatory, 1981; DMA, Cornell University, 1992. Fortepiano study with Malcolm Bilson; piano with Patricia Zander. Performances on both instruments as soloist and collaborator. Recitals, lectures, master classes throughout the U.S. and Canada. Recital partner of baritone Sanford Sylvan since 1979. Recordings for Elektra/Nonesuch, Titanic Records, Analekta, Claves, Koch. (Appointed 1992.)

Stephen Brown, Assistant Professor of Music Theory. BA, music and history, Harvard University, 1991; MPhil, Music, Yale University, 1994; PhD, Music, Yale University, 1999. Whiting Fellowship in the Humanities, 1997-98; Mellon Research Grant, 1995, 1996. Editorial assistant, Journal of Music Theory, 1996-1998. Papers presented at the New England, Midwest, and West Coast regional theory societies, the national meeting of the Society for Music Theory, and the Buffalo Symposium on Neo-Riemannian Theory. Article in Music Theory Spectrum (2003). Visiting faculty member at Oberlin (1998-2000); former faculty member, University of Connecticut (2000-2001). (Appointed 2001.)

Allen Cadwallader, Professor of Music Theory. BS, Western Maryland College, 1973; MA, 1975, PhD, 1983, Eastman School of Music. Private studies in Schenkerian theory with Carl Schachter and John Rothgeb. NEH grant for summer study with Lewis Lockwood at Harvard University, 1984. SUNY Research Semester Award, 1987. Articles in Music Theory Spectrum, Music Analysis, Integral, Theory and Practice, Journal of Music Theory. Editor, Trends in Schenkerian Research (1990). Coauthor, Analysis of Tonal Music: A Schenkerian Approach (Oxford University Press, 1998). Papers at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, University of Paris-Sorbonne, Theory Canada, American Musicological Society, Society for Music Theory, Columbia University, Music Teachers National Association, Harvard University, First International Schenker Symposium. Former faculty member, SUNY. (Appointed 1988.)

Salvatore Champagne, Associate Professor of Singing. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1985; MM, Juilliard School, 1987. Study with Richard Miller, Margaret Harshaw, Ellen Faull and Enrico di Giuseppe. Additional study at the University of Indiana, Britten-Pears School and Mozarteum. Leading tenor with opera houses throughout Europe, including the Bayerische Staatsoper, Opernhaus Zürich, and Teatro Bellini. Second prize, Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition; second prize, International Singing Competition, s’Hertogenbosch. Soloist with the Cologne Philharmonic, London Philharmonia and other orchestras under such conductors as Leonard Bernstein, James Conlon and Leonard Slatkin. Recordings by EMI and Mark Records. (Appointed in 2004.)

Kathleen Chastain, Clinical Assistant Professor of Flute. Study at University of Southern Illinois with Michel Debost; at Paris Conservatory with Jean Pierre Rampal; and John Kiburz of the St. Louis Symphony. Graduate, Paris Conservatory, 1972. Frequent solo performances, Paris, London, and the U.S. Extra solo flute and second flute, Orchestre de Paris, Daniel Barenboim, director; solo flute, Orchestre de L’ile de France and Pasdeloup Orchestra; founder, baroque quartet “Il Pastor Fido.” Master classes worldwide: France, Italy, Korea, U.S. and abroad. Former faculty member, Paris Conservatory, Paris 10th Arrondissement, the University of North Texas, and Baldwin Wallace Conservatory. CD with pianist and composer Noel Lee; CD with Laurent Boukobza, 2003 release. Recordings on the Angel and Arion labels. (Appointed 1993.)

Angela Cheng, Associate Professor of Piano. BM, Juilliard School, 1982; MM, Indiana University, 1984. Study with Sascha Gorodnitzki and Menahem Pressler. Solo performances with Montreal Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Toronto Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, and Houston Symphony. Chamber music recitals and appearances throughout North America and Europe. Gold medalist, Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition. Winner, Montreal International Music Competition, Mae M. Whitaker International Competition, the University of Maryland International Piano Competition, and the Palm Beach International Piano Competition. Honored in 1991 with the Medal of Excellence by the Mozarteum. Former faculty member, University of Colorado, Boulder. CDs for CBC and Koch International. (Appointed 1999.)

Alvin Chow, Associate Professor of Piano. BM summa cum laude and valedictorian, University of Maryland, 1979; MM and Victor Herbert Prize in Piano, Juilliard School, 1981; doctoral studies, Indiana University. Study with Nelita True, Sascha Gorodnitzki and Menahem Pressler. Solo performances with National Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Mozarteum Orchestra, and Pan-Asia Symphony. Solo appearances, lectures and master classes throughout the U.S. and abroad. Prizewinner, University of Maryland International Piano Competition, MTNA Collegiate Artist Competition, and Civic Orchestra of Chicago Young Soloists Competition. National broadcasts with National Public Radio’s Performance Today and regional broadcasts on CBC in Canada. Former faculty member, University of Colorado, Boulder. (Appointed 1999.)

James David Christie, Professor of Organ. BM, 1975, MM, 1977, Artist Diploma, 1978 Oberlin Conservatory of Music; New England Conservatory of Music; DFA (hc), New England School of Law, 1980. Study with: Byron Blackmore, David Boe, Marie-Claire Alain, Harald Vogel, Yuko Hayashi, Bernard Lagacé (organ); Fenner Douglass and Lisa Goode Crawford (harpsichord). First prize, Bruges International Organ Competition, 1979. International performer, teacher, adjudicator. Soloist with major orchestras including Boston, London, and Stuttgart, Period instrument performances include Boston Baroque, La Chapelle Royale, Academy of Ancient Music. Founder/director, Ensemble Abendmusik. Former faculty, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Conservatory, Boston University. Organist, Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1978-. Recordings for Philips, Koch, Decca, Dorian, JAV, Northeastern, GM, RCA, and Naxos. (Appointed 2002.)

Paul Cohen, Teacher of Classical Saxophone. BM, Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, 1973; MM, 1975, DMA, 1985, Manhattan School of Music. Studies with Glan Kral and Joe Allard. Solo performances with San Francisco Symphony, Richmond Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, Philharmonia Virtuosi, Charleston Symphony, New York Virtuosi. Performances with Cleveland Orchestra, Ohio Chamber Orchestra, Sante Fe Opera, New York Solisti, Cleveland Ballet. Recordings: Cleveland Symphonic Winds, Quintet of the Americas, Philharmonia Virtuosi, Paul Winter Consort, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra. Author of “Vintage Saxophones Revisited” in Saxophone Journal. Publications: Renaissance Book, Copland’s Piano Blues for saxophone quartet. Solo CDs: Music of Caryl Florio, Vintage Saxophones Revisited, American Muse. (Appointed 1992.)

Randolph Coleman, Professor of Composition and Music Theory. BM, 1960, MM, 1961, DM,1963, Northwestern University. William Faricy Award for Excellence in Creative Music, Northwestern University, 1960; award, International Society of Contemporary Music, 1963; award, Fromm Music Foundation, commission for first American Music Festival, Tanglewood, 1964. Performances by Brooklyn Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Xenakis Ensemble, eighth blackbird, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra, Cincinnati Percussion Group. Guest residencies at many universities. Former faculty member, Winthrop College, University of Texas, University of Michigan (Interlochen). Senior Fulbright scholar, 1982. Former chairman, National Council, American Society of University Composers. Guest residency 2002 (Rockefeller Foundation) Bellagio, Italy. Recipient Ohio Arts Council Grant, 2002. (Appointed 1965.)

Arnie Cox, Associate Professor of Music Theory. BA summa cum laude, Humboldt State University, 1990; MA, University of Oregon, 1994; PhD, University of Oregon, 1999. visiting instructor, Oberlin College, 1998-99; visiting assistant professor, Oberlin College, 1999-2001. Soloist with the Humboldt Symphony on trumpet (1984) and on piano (1988). Primary research on metaphor and embodied cognition. Papers read at numerous regional, national, and international conferences. Journal articles in Music Perception 16/4 (Summer 1999) and Musicae Scientiae 5/2 (Fall 2001). Chapters forthcoming in collections on Music and Gesture and on the music of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (Appointed 2001.)

Gerald Crawford, Professor of Singing; Director, Division of Vocal Studies. BM, 1959, Performer’s Certificate in Voice, 1960, MM, 1971, Eastman School of Music. Five seasons with the New York City Opera; operatic roles performed with several regional companies; soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra and many regional orchestras. Choirmaster, Bethesda on the Bay Lutheran Church, Cleveland. Assistant professor of music, Southeastern Louisiana University, 1966-74; associate professor of music, Western Illinois University, 1974-79; faculty member, Saratoga-Potsdam Choral Institute, 1979-85. Co-director, Oberlin Vocal Academy for High-School Students; co-founder, Oberlin Italian language and culture program, Urbania, Italy. Recordings by Mercury, Crescent, Mark IV Records. (Appointed 1979.)

Warren Darcy, Professor of Music Theory. BM, composition and music theory, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1968; MM, composition, 1969, DMA, composition, 1973, University of Illinois. Research in Nationalarchiv der Richard-Wagner-Stiftung, Bayreuth, 1986-87. Winner of the Society for Music Theory’s Wallace Berry Award (1995) for Wagner’s Das Rheingold. (Oxford University Press, 1993). Papers delivered at national meetings of Society for Music Theory, American Musicological Society, and various specialty conferences. Articles on Wagner published in The Musical Times, Opera Quarterly, Intégral, 19th-Century Music, and Music Theory Spectrum. Current research on Mahler and on Sonata Theory (with James Hepokoski). (Appointed 1973.)

Kenneth Davis, Teacher of Jazz Ensembles and Trumpet. Graduate U.S. Naval School of Music. Former member, Duke Ellington Orchestra. Performances with Sammy Davis, Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Aretha Franklin, Temptations, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Redd Fox, Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, J.J. Johnson, Marvin Gaye, Mel Tormé, Al Jarreau, Freddie Hubbard, Donald Byrd, and Grover Washington. Broadway performances: Grease, The Wiz, 42nd Street, Bubblin Brown Sugar, Ain’t Misbehavin, Dreamgirls. Recordings with the Cleveland Jazz All Stars, the Ernie Krivda/Kenny Davis Quintet, and the Dazz Band ( Let it Whip). Master classes and clinics: Interlochen, the Tri-C JazzFest, Allegheny Music Festival, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College Jazz Fest (Jazz for Kids), and Cleveland Music School Settlement. (Appointed 1981.)

Michel Debost, Professor of Flute. French Baccalauréat with honors in experimental science, 1952; graduation from Conservatoire National Paris, 1954. Won all major international competitions (Moscow 1957, Prague 1959, Geneva 1961, Munich 1960 and 1964). Principal, Orchestre de Paris under music directors Munch, Karajan, Solti and Barenboim, 1960-90. Succeeded Jean-Pierre Rampal as Professor, Paris Conservatoire,1982-1990. Consulting Editor in Flute Talk. Published Une Simple flute in France, October 1996. English version released in 2002 by Oxford University Press. Solo and chamber music repertoire on album and compact disc for EMI, Angel, Flute Traversiére, DGG, and other labels. Lifetime Award 2001 of the National Flute Association. (Appointed 1989.)

James DeSano, Professor of Trombone. BS, Ithaca College, 1966. Graduate studies with Emory Remington. Principal trombone, Cleveland Orchestra, 1989-; Syracuse Symphony, 1964-1970; associate principal trombone, Cleveland Orchestra, 1970-1989. Has given numerous solo recitals and performed with various brass quintets and trombone ensembles. Former faculty member, University of Akron, Kent State University, and Cleveland Institute of Music. (Appointed 1999.)

Peter Dominguez, Professor of Jazz Studies and Double Bass. BM, 1980, MM, 1982, University of Wisconsin-Madison; doctoral study, University of Miami-Coral Gables, 1984. Studies with Bernard Stepner, Clyde Russell, Roger Ruggeri, Richard Davis, Lucas Drew and Robert Gladstone. Performances with: St. Petersburg Quartet, Fontana Chamber Players, Miami String Quartet, Los Angeles Piano Quartet, Roycroft Chamber Players. Principal bassist: Lansing Symphony Orchestra, 1985-96; American Sinfonietta, 1991-2002. Appearances with Benny Carter, Tommy Flanagan, Jon Hendricks, John Lewis, Mark Murphy, and Woody Shaw. Board member: Richard Davis Young Bassists Foundation Inc. Former board member: International Society of Bassists. Former faculty member, Michigan State University, 1984-96. Recordings on ELF, Fossil, Natural Soundfields, Smitty Music, Summit, and Winterfare. (Appointed 1996.)

Monique Duphil, Professor of Piano. Studies at Paris Conservatoire National Superieur. Artist Diploma, Stuttgart, Germany. Performances in Europe, Russia, New Zealand, Australia, Asia, North and South America with conductors Markevitch, Ormandy, Sanderling, Shostakovich, Alexander Gibson, Gerald Schwarz, Charles Dutoit, Yoel Levi, Louis Lane, James de Priest, George Hurst. Performances with Cleveland, Philadelphia, Warsaw, Bern, Munich, Paris, Quebec, Mexico, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Seoul, Sydney, Wellington, Hong Kong, and numerous other symphonies. Tours with Pierre Fournier, Rampal, Szeryng, Leister, Aaron Rosand. Chester, St. Petersburg, American, Vienna string Quartets, Salzburg Trio. Former faculty, Hong Kong APA. Records Telefunken, Polydor, Naxos, Marco Polo, Eclectra. (Appointed1992.)

Joanne Erwin, Associate Professor of Music Education; String Pedagogy Specialist. BS highest honors, University of Illinois, 1974; MS, University of Illinois, 1978; PhD, University of North Texas, 1992. Grant for study in Finland and England, 1995. Conductor, Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra 1992-; founder/director, Oberlin College String Preparatory Program. President, Ohio String Teacher’s Association 1998-2000. Conductor, summer camps and honor orchestras. Cellist, Fort Worth Symphony 1978-92. String teacher, Arlington, Texas Public Schools 1978-1992. Presentations at Music Educator National Conferences, and various state conferences. Contributor, American String Teacher Journal, Teaching Music, Encyclopedia For Women in Music, and Teaching Music through Performance in Orchestra. Coauthored newly released texts, Prelude to Music Education, 2002 and New Directions For Strings, 2005. (Appointed 1992.)

Robin Eubanks, Associate Professor of Jazz Trombone. Cum laude graduate, University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Number one trombonist on Down Beat’s International Critic’s Poll in 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1995. Music director, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. Recorded/toured with Elvin Jones, Tony Bennet, McCoy Tyner, Dave Holland, Barbra Streisand, the Rolling Stones, and Eddie Palmieri. Broadway performances: Dreamgirls, Tap Dance Kid, Black and Blue, and Grease. Recipient, ASCAP/IAJE Commission for 2003, and Chamber Music America-New Works Grant, 2002. Master classes throughout the U.S. Former faculty member, Manhattan School of Music and Banff Centre, 1989-94. National clinician, Yamaha Musical Instruments. (Appointed 1998.)

Ross Feller, Assistant Professor of Composition. BM, American Conservatory of Music, 1986; MM, DMA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1989, 1994. Composition study with Salvatore Martirano, Morgan Powell, and Paul Zonn. Finalist, Gaudeamus Foundation International Composer’s Competition, and ASCAP Young Composer’s Competition. Awards/grants include ASCAP Raymond Hubbell Composition Award, Paul Sacher Foundation, Illinois Arts Council. Works performed nationally and internationally. Chapters in Postmodern Music/ Postmodern Thought (Routledge) and A Handbook to Twentieth-Century Musical Sketches (Cambridge). Regular contributor to Computer Music Journal and Open Space. Recordings on Athena Records, Complacency Productions, and UIUC Experimental Music Studios. Former faculty member, Minnesota State University, Moorhead and Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville. (Appointed 2004.)

Bob Ferrazza, Associate Professor of Jazz Guitar. Private studies with Bill deArango, Pat Martino and Joe Pass; coursework at Cleveland State University. Performances in jazz clubs throughout the United States and beyond including The Blue Note and Birdland (NYC), The Bop Shop (Chicago), and The Bottom Line (Japan) , and with jazz artists Joey DeFrancesco, Donald Byrd, Art Farmer, J.J. Johnson, Jack McDuff, Slide Hampton and Fathead Newman. Former faculty member, Interlochen Arts Academy, 1992-96. Recordings on Koch Jazz and others. (Appointed 1988.)

Jonathon Field, Associate Professor of Opera Theater; Director of Opera Theater Productions. BA, 1974, MFA, 1977, University of Washington. Director of over 90 opera and musical theater productions at various companies throughout the U.S. including, Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, Seattle Opera, Arizona Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Lake George Opera Festival, Opera Omaha, and San Diego Opera in the Italian, German, French, and Russian repertoire. Translator and choreographer, Stravinsky’s Pulcinella with the Oakland Ballet. Artistic director, Lyric Opera Cleveland, 2000-. (Appointed 1997.)

Hugh Ferguson Floyd, Associate Professor of Choral Conducting; Director of Choral Activities. BM, Furman University, 1984; MM, Eastman School of Music, 1985; DMA, University of Michigan, 2002. Study with Elizabeth A.H. Green, Margaret Hillis. Guest conductor: South Carolina All-State Women’s Choir, Detroit Oratorio Society, Detroit Chamber Winds. Conducting workshops at Michigan State Vocal Association, American Choral Directors Association National Convention, American Guild of Organists. Director Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus, 1990-1993. Assistant conductor, Charlotte Symphony; director, Oratorio Singers of Charlotte, 1993-1995. Opera chorus master and conductor in residence, Brevard Music Center 1985-1987. Former faculty member, Interlochen Arts Academy. (Appointed 1997.)

Lydia Frumkin, Professor of Piano. Honors Diploma, Leningrad Conservatory, 1971. Majored in piano performance, accompaniment, chamber music, and pedagogy. Recitalist and chamber music performer in the USSR, Europe, Canada, and the U.S., including appearances in New York, Washington, DC, Cleveland, Chicago, and Pittsburgh. Recitals and master classes throughout U.S., Canada, and Europe. (Appointed 1975.)

Gregory Fulkerson, Professor of Violin. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1971; BA, mathematics, Oberlin College, 1971; MM, Juilliard School, 1979; DMA, Juilliard School, 1987. Study with Ivan Galamian, Paul Kling, Daniel Majeske, David Cerone, Dorothy DeLay. First prize, 1980 Rockefeller International Violin Competition. Solo performances include appearance at Carnegie Hall, 92nd Street Y, Merkin Hall, Alice Tully Hall. Former member: Cleveland Orchestra, Audubon Quartet, New York New Music Ensemble, Honolulu Symphony (concertmaster). Recordings for Bridge Records include complete violin sonatas of Charles Ives, sonatas and partitas by J.S. Bach; additional recordings on New World, CRI, Albany, Opus One, Nonesuch. (Appointed 1982.)

Scott Haigh, Teacher of Double Bass. Studies with Harold Siegel and Warren Benfield, Northwestern University, 1972-75; additional studies with Ring Warner and Stuart Sankey. Principal bass: Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico, 1975-76 and Milwaukee Symphony, 1977. First assistant principal bassist, Cleveland Orchestra, 1982. Solo bassist, Cleveland Octet, 1982-1992. Master classes throughout U.S., Hong Kong, and Germany. Recordings for Audiophon and Newport Classics. Clinician at Midwest Bass Symposium and International Society of Bassists. Former faculty member, University of Akron, Kent State University, Baldwin Wallace College. Current faculty member, Kent/Blossom School and Cleveland Institute of Music. (Appointed 1991.)

Billy Hart, Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies. Performances with Miles Davis, Shirley Horn, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Smith, Stan Getz, Charlie Rouse, Cecil Taylor and Pharoah Sanders, Colloquim III, a percussion ensemble (co-founder), Mingus Dynasty (charter member), Western Jazz Quartet, a resident faculty ensemble at Western Michigan University. Recordings: Firebird, with the Western Jazz Quartet, Oceans of Time, Arabesque Recordings. Book: Jazz Drumming, Advance Music. Listed in Encyclopedia of Jazz. (Appointed 2001.)

Richard Hawkins, Associate Professor of Clarinet. BM, 1991, MM, 1993, University of Michigan School of Music. American solo debut at Kennedy Center with Mstislav Rostropovich and the National Symphony Orchestra, 1992. Principal clarinetist, Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra five seasons and an active contemporary, chamber, and orchestral musician. Former faculty member, Interlochen Arts Academy, 1993-2001; and Depaul University, 2000-2001. Mentor musician, Hot Springs Music Festival, Arkansas, since 1997. Frequent clarinetist with Cleveland Orchestra. Craftsman/maker of custom clarinet and saxophone mouthpieces since 1989. Artist representative, clinician and woodwind design consultant with G. Leblanc Corporation. (Appointed 2001.)

Philip Highfill, Professor of Accompanying; Founder/ director, Oberlin College Community Strings. BA cum laude, Yale University, 1973; MM, University of Illinois, 1975. Fulbright Scholar, Vienna, 1975-76. Studies with Ylda Novik, Theodore Lettvin, Irwin Freundlich, Donald Currier, John Wustman. First prize, Chopin Young Pianists Competition. NEH Study Grant, Joyce Faculty Fellowship, Powers Travel Grant. Accompanist/coach for Placido Domingo, Cesare Siepi, Hildegard Behrens, Rita Streich, Erie Mills, Delores Ziegler, William Stone, Wolfgang Holzmair, Brigitte Fassbaender, Jan Opalach, Mary Ann Hart. Vocal coach, Santa Fe Opera and San Francisco Opera. Former music director, University of Tennessee Opera, Washington Summer Opera Theater. Conductor, Youth Orchestra of the Panamanian National Concert Association. Former faculty member, Hochschule für Musik (Vienna), University of Tennessee, Tanglewood Music Center. (Appointed 1987.)

James Howsmon, Associate Professor of Instrumental Accompanying. BM, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 1976; MM, Eastman School of Music, 1978. Piano study with George Kiorpes, David Burge. Collaborative study with Samuel Sanders, Charles Reiner. Chamber music study with Luise Vosgerchian, Frank Glazer. One thousand collaborative performances in North America and Europe. Visiting professor, Minnesota State University, Winona, 1992-93. Faculty member, Brevard Music Center, 1999-; MacPhail Center for the Arts (Minneapolis), 1991-93. Conductor, MacPhail Chamber Orchestra, 1991-93. Dean and administrative director, The Quartet Program, 1984-90. Recordings on Numerica Edition, Ltd. and SKREF. Member, Pi Kappa Lambda. (Appointed 1993.)

Andrew Jennings, Teacher of Violin and Chamber Music. BM, Juilliard School, 1970. Study with Pamela Gearhart and Ivan Galamian. Winner, Naumburg Chamber Music Award with Concord String Quartet, 1971. Concertmaster, Flint Symphony; founding member, Concord String Quartet; member, Concord Trio. Over 1,200 concerts and nearly 30 recordings with Concord String Quartet; recordings on RCA-Red Seal, Nonesuch, Vox cum Laude, Turnabout, CRI, and MMO labels. Professor of violin, University of Michigan; faculty member, Tanglewood Music Center, Musicorda. (Appointed 1989.)

Andrea Kalyn, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Lecturer in Musicology. A.R.C.T., Royal Conservatory of Music, 1985; BM, University of Western Ontario, 1987; MM, University of Western Ontario, 1990; PhD, University of Rochester, 2001. (Appointed 2005.)

Amelia Kaplan, Assistant Professor of Composition. AB, Princeton University, 1985; AM, University of Chicago, 1992; PhD, University of Chicago, 1998. Diploma di Merito, Accademia Musicale Chigiana, 1994; Diploma, American Conservatory in Fontainebleau, 1990. Composition with Shulamit Ran, Marta Ptaszanska, John Eaton, Ralph Shapey; additional studies with Azio Corghi, Tristan Murail, Franco Donatoni. Residencies include MacDowell Colony, Ucross, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Performances at Darmstadt, Gaudeamus, Logos Bhad, June in Buffalo, and other festivals. Commissioned by Annette-Barbara Vogel, Meridian Trio, Benjamin Coelho, David Gier, Luk’, Long Beach Unified School District, American String Teachers Association. Former faculty member, University of Iowa, Roosevelt University, University of Chicago. (Appointed 2004.)

Jody Kerchner, Associate Professor; Director, Division of Music Education. BS, 1987, MM, 1991, West Chester University; PhD, Northwestern University, 1996. Guest choral conductor, lecturer, and clinician at state and national MENC and International Society for Music Education (ISME) meetings. Coordinator, secondary music methods laboratory.
Coauthor, Prelude to Music Education. Articles published in General Music Today, Journal of Music Teacher Education, Bulletin for the Council of Research in Music Education, Choral Journal and Teaching Music. Member, MENC and Contributions to Education editorial board. (Appointed 1996.)

John Knight, Professor of Music Education. BME, University of Central Arkansas, 1969; MME, 1973, PhD, 1979, Louisiana State University. Founder/conductor, College Community Winds. Citation of Excellence, Educational Press Association of America, 1990. Guest conductor, adjudicator, clinician, lecturer throughout U.S. and Europe. Adjudicator, National Wind Band Festival, Cheshire, England, 1987. H.H. Powers Travel Grant (1985 and 1993). Workshops presented at MENC conventions in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oregon. Participant, conducting workshops: European Council of International Schools Conference, the Hague, 1985; Birmingham Conservatory (1991, 1993); University of Salford, England. Coauthor Prelude To Music Education. Consulting editor, The Instrumentalist. Over 100 articles in professional journals. President, OMEA District 4, 1995-97; member, Pi Kappa Lambda. (Appointed 1978).

Roderic Knight, Professor of Ethnomusicology. BA, clarinet, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1964; MA, Ethnomusicology, 1968; PhD, Ethnomusicology, 1973, University of California, Los Angeles.
Specialist on the kora and Mandinka music of West Africa; additional study with the Baiga, Muria, and Pardhan people of Central India. Contributor to African Arts, African Music, Asian Music, Ethnomusicology, Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology, World of Music; and producer of documentary audio and video recordings of African and Indian music. Former faculty member, University of Ottawa, University of Georgia, University of Washington, University of California, and Santa Barbara. Music teacher and band director in Sierra Leone, West Africa. (Appointed 1976.)

 

Yolanda Kondonassis, Assistant Professor of Harp. BM, 1986, MM, 1989, The Cleveland Institute of Music. Honors/prizes include: Maria Korchinska International Harp Competition, Affiliate Artists National Auditions; Ima Hogg Competition; Naftzger Competition; Darius Milhaud Prize; NEA grants. Extensive performances throughout the U.S. and abroad; solo engagements with New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic. Chamber music collaborations with members of Alban Berg, Guarneri, Vermeer, and Shanghai String Quartets. Acting principal harpist, St. Louis Symphony, 1990-91. Recordings: Telarc, Channel Classics, New World. Exclusive solo management: ICM Artists, Ltd., New York. On Playing the Harp, (Carl Fischer). Other compositions/editions published by Theodore Presser, Lyon and Healy (BMI). (Appointed 1997.)

Kyung Sun Lee, Assistant Professor of Violin. BM, 1988, Seoul National University; AD, MM, 1992, Peabody Conservatory (study with Sylvia Rosenberg); professional studies with Dorothy Delay and Robert Mann, 1993-1994, Juilliard School. Bronze medal, Queen Elisabeth Competition, 1993; sixth prize, Tchaikovsky Competition, 1994; first prize, Washington International Competition, 1991; first prize, D’Angelo International Competition, 1991; third prize, Montreal International Competition, 1991. Soloist with the Jupiter Symphony, Munich Radio Orchestra, Moscow National Orchestra, Belgian National Orchestra, Taipei City Symphony, New Zealand Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Erie Philharmonic, and Missouri Symphony Orchestra. Performances in Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center. Participant, Marlboro, Ravinia and Aspen Festivals. Recordings on EMI and Sung-Eum. Appointed Artistic Ambassador for Korea, 2002. (Appointed 2001.)

Rebecca Leydon, Associate Professor of Music Theory. BM, University of Toronto, 1988; MA, Eastman School of Music, 1991; PhD, McGill University, 1996. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellow, 1994-95. Recent publications appear in Popular Music (2003), Music Theory Online (2002), Music Theory Spectrum (2001), Perspectives of New Music (2002), Widening the Horizon (1999). Papers presented at International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 1997, 1998, 2001; Society for Music Theory, 1996, 2001; American Musicological Society, 2000; Feminist Theory and Music, 1997, 2003; Scholarship, Popular Music and the Canon, 1996. Canadian University Music Society, 1996. Former faculty member, Stony Brook University. (Appointed 1998.)

Wendell Logan, Professor of African American Music; Chair, Jazz Studies Program. BS, Florida A&M University, 1962; MM, Southern Illinois University, 1964; PhD, University of Iowa, 1968. Grants: NEA (1973, 1978, 1985, 1996); Ohio Arts Council (1984, 1985, 1993). Awards: ASCAP (1980-98); Guggenheim (1990); Cleveland Arts Prize (1991). Fellow: Rockefeller Study Center, Bellagio, Italy, 1994. Lakond Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1998. Performances in Europe, Africa and Caribbean. Articles in Perspectives of New Music, The Black Perspective in Music, NUMUS West, Black Music Research Journal, Field Magazine. Former faculty member, Ball State University, Florida A&M University, Western Illinois University. Recordings on Orion, CRI, Golden Crest, University of Michigan Press, Morehouse College Press, and RPM Records. (Appointed 1973.)

Tom Lopez, Associate Professor of Computer Music and Digital Arts; Chair, TIMARA Department. BA, Oberlin College, 1989; MFA, California Institute of the Arts, 1993; DMA, University of Texas at Austin, 2000. Director of computer music, Walden School, 2000-2004. Awards, Betty Freeman Foundation, 1990; Fulbright Fellowship, 1993; Knight Foundation, 1997; ASCAP, 1999-2004. Artist-in-residence, the Atlantic Center, 1997; Villa Montalvo, 1999; Djerassi, 1999 and 2004; Copland House, 2004. Performances around the world and throughout the U.S. Member, EMF, 1994; SCI, 1996, executive committee 1997-2003; LMF, 1998, board of directors 2003. Music on CD released by SEAMUS, 1998 and 2003; Capstone, 2004. (Appointed 1999.)

Joseph Lubben, Associate Professor of Music Theory. BA, University of Notre Dame, 1985; MFA, Brandeis University, 1989; PhD, Brandeis University, 1995. Fulbright Senior Scholar, 1998-99 and 1999-2000. American Musicological Society’s AMS50 Dissertation Fellow, 1993. Papers presented at regional and national conferences of the Society for Music Theory and the Society for Ethnomusicology. Annotated translation of eleven essays from Schenker’s Der Tonwille (OUP, 2004). Publications in Music Theory Spectrum (1993) and the Journal of the American Musicological Society (1999). Visiting faculty member, Universidad Central de Venezuela, 2000; Universidad Simón Bolívar, 1998-99; University of Notre Dame, 1990-1992. (Appointed 1995.)

Michael Lynn, Professor of Recorder and Baroque Flute; Associate Dean for Technology and Facilities, and Curator of Musical Instruments. BS, Oakland University, 1976. Performances throughout the U.S., Canada, Taiwan, and Japan with Apollo’s Fire, The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, ARTEK, the Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, Cleveland Orchestra, the Smithsonian Chamber Players, Santa Fe Pro Musica, Cleveland Opera, Tafelmusik and many others. Awarded first annual Professional Recorder Players Award presented by the American Recorder Society, 1991. Founder, Early Music Facsimiles; current and founding member of Apollo’s Fire Board of Directors. Monthly column in Flute Talk magazine. Recordings on Wildboar, Gasparo, Smithsonian, Timegate, Eclectra and Koch recordings. (Appointed 1977.)

Claudia Macdonald, Professor of Musicology. BA honors, Brown University, 1979; MA, 1981, PhD, 1986, University of Chicago. Grants from the Fulbright Program (1983-84), American Association of University Women (1984-85), International Board of Research and Exchanges (1985), American Council of Learned Societies (1988-89), Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (1993), National Endowment for the Humanities (1993, 1995-96), American Philosophical Society (1994). Research on Robert Schumann and the 19th-century concerto, music criticism, and women musicians. Presentations at American Musicological Society meetings, 1984, 1988, 1991, 1994, 2002. Articles in Women & Music, Journal of Musicological Research, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Studi musicali, Current Musicology, Journal of Musicology. Essays in honor of R.L. Marshall. Teaching associate, Boston University, 1986-87. (Appointed 1989.)

Daune Mahy, Professor of Singing. Director, Oberlin in Italy Program. BM, MM, Westminster Choir College; DM, Indiana University. Additional study: Hamburg Hochschule f. Musik, Academie d’Eté, Musik Seminar, Centro Studi Italiani, L’institut de phonetique de la Sorbonne, and Guildhall School. Teachers include Vera Rozsa, Zinka Milanov, Jean Berbié. Coaches include: Walter Bricht, Dalton Baldwin, John Wustman. Recitals nationally and internationally, including Carnegie Recital Hall, Weill Recital Hall, debut at Merkin Hall. Appearances with Buffalo Philharmonic, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Nebraska Symphony, Kentucky Opera, Rome Festival Orchestra, and numerous others. Artist-Fellow, Bach Aria Institute. Member, Bell’Arte Duo. Co-Founder/Director, Oberlin Vocal Academy. Former faculty, University of Nebraska-Omaha, 1974-80. (Appointed 1980.)

Michael Manderen, Lecturer in Guitar and Lute; Director of Conservatory Admissions. BMus, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1976; BA, Oberlin College, 1976. Study with Loris O. Chobanian, William Matthews, Paul O’Dette, Barry Galbraith, and Suzanne Bloch. Commercial studio work in New York and Cleveland. Lute and guitar performances with Cleveland Orchestra and theorbo performances with the Chicago-based City Musick. Sponsored touring artist under Ohio Arts Council Fee Support Program and recommended performer by the United States Information Agency. Adjudicator at state and regional levels of ASTA and MTNA guitar competitions. Faculty associate, Baroque Performance Institute, 1977-82; visiting instructor, Interlochen Arts Academy, 1990-92; Lutenist in residence, Great Lakes Medieval Faire, 2000-. (Appointed 1978.)

Lorraine Manz, Associate Professor of Singing; Associate Director, Otto B. Schoepfle Vocal Arts Center. BA, Kalamazoo College, 1975; MM, University of Michigan, 1977. Doctoral fellow, University of Texas at Austin. Teachers and coaches: Mannion, Mosher, Hodam. Garvey, Ducloux, Bossart, Hüsch. Souzay. Recent operatic performance Lyric Opera Cleveland in “Little Women.” Orchestral, oratorio, chamber music, recitals include: Cleveland Orchestra, Slatkin, Morrell conductors; Lincoln Center, Sheldon Concert Hall (St. Louis): Aspen, New Hampshire, Shreveport, Round Top Music Festivals, Walker Arts Center, Bach Festival Society, Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra. Broadcasts on NPR. Recording CRI. Former faculty member, St. Olaf College, UC. (Appointed 1993.)

Sanford Margolis, Professor of Piano. BA, University of Minnesota, 1961; MM, Manhattan School of Music, 1963. Winner, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Contest, 1961; Hour of Music Competition, New York City, 1963; Harold Bauer Memorial Award as outstanding pianist, Manhattan School of Music, 1963. Pianist, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, 1967-68. Instructor of piano, University of Iowa, 1968-69, assistant professor of piano and piano literature, Baylor University, 1969-72. (Appointed 1972.)

Andrea McAlister, Visiting Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy. BM, 1994, MM, 1996, DMA, 2001, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music. Piano study with Richard Morris and Rita Sloan, pedagogy study with Michelle Conda. Performances with Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Cleveland Opera, University of Wisconsin, University of Miami, and Grace College. (Appointed 2002.)

Marilyn McDonald, Professor of Violin and Teacher of Baroque Violin. BM highest honors, Northwestern University, 1964; MM with Performer’s Certificate , Indiana University, 1965. Pupil of Angel Reyes and Josef Gingold. Soloist with Milwaukee Symphony. Recitals at Wigmore Hall, Versailles, Caramoor Festival, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Alice Tully Hall, and the Concertgebouw. World-wide chamber music performances as a member of the Smithson and Axelrod String Quartets, the Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, and the Castle Trio. Concertmaster: Smithsonian Chamber Players, Ohio Chamber Orchestra, Peninsula Music Festival. Visiting professor: Indiana University, Eastman School of Music, Boston University. Recordings: Sony, Telarc, Decca, Pro Arte, Vox, Harmonia Mundi, Smithsonian and Virgin Classics labels.

Charles Edward McGuire, Associate Professor of Musicology. BMus, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1992; BA, Oberlin College, 1992; AM, Harvard University, 1995; PhD, Harvard University, 1998. Publications include articles in 19th-Century Music; Vaughan Williams Essays; The Cambridge Companion to Elgar; The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd Edition; Book, Elgar’s Oratorios, from Ashgate Publishing, March, 2002. Papers presented at the American Musicological Society, the Conference on Music in 19th-Century Britain, the North American British Music Studies Association Conference, and International Elgar Conference. Former faculty member, Harvard University, Ball State University, University of Maryland, James Madison University. (Appointed 2001.)

Catharina Meints, Associate Professor of Cello, Viola da Gamba and Baroque Cello. BM, Performers Certificate, cello study with Ronald Leonard, Eastman School of Music, 1966. Viola da gamba study with August Wenzinger, Basel, Switzerland, 1968-71. Member, Rochester Philharmonic, 1964-66; assistant principal cellist, Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia, 1966-68; National Symphony, 1968-71; Cleveland Orchestra, 1971-. Performances throughout the U.S. as member of the Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, Cleveland Baroque Soloists, and Oberlin Consort of Viols, 1971-. Solo recitals at Carnegie Recital Hall and Smithsonian Institution; solo appearances with Cleveland Orchestra and Chicago Symphony. Founding member, Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute, 1971-. Solo and chamber music recordings for Cambridge, Vox, Gasparo, Nonesuch, and Dorian. (Appointed 1977.)

Alison Melville, Assistant Professor of Recorder. BMusPerf, 1977; MMus, 1983, University of Toronto. Study at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland, 1977-80. Canada Council Arts Awards; University of Toronto Open Master’s Fellowship; Juno Award (Brandenburg Concertos/Sony). Recital chamber, orchestral performances across Canada, U.S., Iceland, Japan, New Zealand, England, and Europe, under conductors including Andrew Parrott, Gustav Leonhardt, Sigiswald Kuijken, Frieder Bernius, Hervé Niquet, Jordi Savall, Andrew Davis, and Simon Streatfield. Soloist with Tafelmusik, Toronto Symphony. Member, Toronto Consort, Ensemble Polaris, La Nouvele Sinfonie; performances with Tafelmusik, Opera Atelier, Aradia Ensemble. Film/television/radio credits include: CBC/Radio-Canada, BBC, RNZ, PBS. Recordings on early-music.com, Dorian, Sony, CBC Records, Atma, Analekta, Naxos, ebs, SRI, Narada, and Avalon. (Appointed 1999.)

Daniel Michalak, Vocal Coach/Accompanist. BM cum laude in music, Harvard University, 1985; MM with high distinction in Piano Performance, Indiana University (Bloomington), 1988. Piano study with Bernard Rose, Boris Barere, Edward Auer and Michel Block. Chamber music study with Leon Kirchner and Luise Vosgerchian. Former coach/accompanist, Indiana University School of Music/IU Opera Theater, 1991-99. Vocal compositions include the song cycles This is Just to Say (1993/98), Songs of Herself (1993/96), and A Life Filled With Flowers (1994). (Appointed 1999.)

Jan Miyake, Assistant Professor of Music Theory. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1996; BA, Oberlin College, 1996; MA, Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College, 2001; PhD, Graduate Center, CUNY, 2004. Viola studies with Jeffrey Irvine, Lynne Ramsey, and Don McInnes. Areas of research: musical form, Schenkerian analysis, interactions between performance and analysis. Research assistant to Midori. Papers presented at annual meetings of the New York City Graduate Students in Music, 2001, Society for Music Theory (2002, 2004), Music Theory Society of New York State (MTSNYS), 2004. Member, board of directors, MTSNYS (2001-2003). Administrative coordinator, Mannes Institute for Advanced Studies in Music Theory (2001, 2002). Editorial assistant, Schenker Studies 3 (forthcoming). Visiting faculty member, 2002-2004. (Appointed 2004.)

Alan Montgomery, Assistant Music Director, Oberlin Opera Theater. BME, Indiana University, 1969; MM, Instrumental Conducting, Indiana University, 1971; DM, Instrumental Conducting, Indiana University, 1978. Studied conducting and coaching with Tibor Kozma and Wolfgang Vacano. Opera coach, Hamburg State Opera, 1974-75; assistant music director, Whitewater Opera, 1976-79; artistic director, Nettle Creek Players, 1979-93; vocal coach, Young Artist Vocal Institute, UCSB, 1994-97; vocal coach, Vocal Institute, University of Indianapolis, 1998-2003; Oberlin Summer Vocal Academy 1999-2003; composer of two musicals: Robin Hood! (1985), and A Dog’s Life (1989). Translations of several operas, including Die Fledermaus (Oberlin Opera Theater, 2001), La Traviata and Tales of Hoffmann. Forthcoming book: Opera Coaching as a Profession-Techniques and Considerations. (Appointed 1979.)

Jeffrey Mumford, Composer in Residence. BA, University of California, Irvine, 1977; MA, University of California, San Diego, 1981. Who’s Who Among African American Composers, Who’s Who in American Music. Board member, League of Composers/ISCM. Honors include: Academy Award in Music (American Academy of Arts and Letters), ASCAP Foundation grant, Standard Panel Awards, Aaron Copland Scholarship Award, Meet the Composer grants. Numerous works performed at various venues including Library of Congress and Aspen, Helsinki, Musica nel Nostro Tempo (Milan) Festivals. Commissions include: Walter W. Naumburg Foundation, Fromm Music Foundation, the Nancy Ruyle Dodge Charitable Trust, National and Chicago Symphony Orchestras, Cleveland Orchestra. Publisher, Theodore Presser Company. Recordings: CRI, Albany Records. (Appointed 2000.)

Gary Lee Nelson, Professor of Electronic and Computer Music. BM, Youngstown State University, 1963; MA, 1968, PhD, 1974, Washington University. Graduate study, University of Michigan, Southern Illinois University, and Sonology Institute (Netherlands). Ohio Arts Council artist award. First prizes International Microtonal Music and Contours of the Mind. Researcher, IRCAM (Paris), Bell Laboratories, University of Melbourne, Soo Chow and National Chiao Tung Universities (Taiwan), Yunnan State University (China), Moscow Conservatory, Hong Kong Baptist University, National University Singapore. Films with Christine Gorbach, screened New York Film Festival, 2002. Fulbright reviewer composition, musicology. Commission Boston Museum of Science interactive software. (Appointed 1974.)

Lewis Nielson, Professor of Composition; Director, Division of Contemporary Music; Chair, Composition Department. BA magna cum laude/honors, Clark University, 1972; MA, 1973, PhD, 1977; music theory and composition, University of Iowa. Composition study with Richard Hervig, Peter Tod Lewis, and William Hibbard; conducting with James Dixon and William Hibbard. Awards and grants from NEA, Meet the Composer, GMEB, ISB, Manginni, Hultgren Biennial, Chamber Music Partnership, Inc, among others; performances by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Tchaikowsky Symphony of Moscow Radio, and American Composers Orchestra; published by American Composers Edition; recordings on ACA Digital (Albany), Innova, MMC and Centaur. (Appointed 2000.)

Roland Pandolfi, Professor of Horn. Attended New England Conservatory of Music. Private study with Arnold Jacobs. Principal horn, St. Louis Symphony, 1966-2001; soloist with St. Louis Symphony; double concertos with Barry Tuckwell and Hermann Baumann. Former faculty member, Northwestern University and St. Louis Conservatory. Summer festivals: Banff Center, Canada; Orford Festival, Canada; Affinis Seminar, Japan. Horn Society appearances 1976, 1983 and 1994. (Appointed 2001.)

S. E. Plank, Professor of Musicology; Director, Collegium Musicum Oberliniense. BMus honors, 1973; MMus, 1974; University of Louisville; PhD, Washington University, 1980. Studies in early music performance with Trevor Pinnock, James Tyler, Edward Tarr, and Bruce Dickey. Member, Louisville Orchestra, 1970-76. Associate organist-choirmaster, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights (1997-). Contributor to various journals including Early Music, Music & Letters, Musical Times. Co-translator, Edward Tarr’s The Trumpet (London, 1988); author, The Way to Heavens Doore: an Introduction to Liturgical Process and Musical Style (1994) and Choral Performance: A Guide to Historical Practice (2004). Orchestral recordings, Louisville Orchestra First Editions. (Appointed 1980.)

Roy Poper, Associate Professor of Trumpet. BMus, University of Southern California, 1994; MFA, California Institute of the Arts, 1996. Adjunct professor of music, University of Southern California, 1983-2001. Master classes: Idyllwild Arts Academy; National Conservatory, Ljublanja, Slovenia; Paris Conservatory; Yong-Pyeong Music Festival, South Korea. Orchestral performances: Los Angeles Master Chorale (principal), 1985-; San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival (principal), 1985-; Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1987-98; Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, 1982-93; American Ballet Theatre, Bolshoi, and Joffrey ballets’ Los Angeles seasons (principal), 1974-94. Chamber performances: Amadeus Brass Quintet and San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival, 1985-. Founding member, Modern Brass Quintet, 1973-86. (Appointed 2001.)

Jennifer Rinehart, Assistant Professor of Music Theory. BM honors, Heidelberg College, 1968; MA in piano pedagogy, Ohio State University, 1970. Performances throughout U.S., including New York, Baltimore Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Dayton Art Institute, National Federation of Music Clubs (Virginia), and Delius Festival (Florida). Guest artist, Quintet of the Americas, North/South Consonance, Roxbury Chamber Players, Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble. Live broadcasts on WQXR, WBJC, WCLV, Australian Broadcasting Commission. Recordings on Opus One and North/South. Former faculty member, Heidelberg College, Shenandoah University. Acting assistant dean, Oberlin Conservatory, 1998-99. (Appointed 1993.)

Marlene Ralis Rosen, Professor of Singing. BMusEd, Temple University, MM, University of Illinois. Teachers/coaches: Richard Miller, Helen Hodam, Margaret Hoswell, Dalton Baldwin, Hugues Cuenod, Yolanda Marculescu, Gerard Souzay, and Paul Ulanovsky. Rossana M. Enlow Award for Voice. Opera performances: Wildwood Center (Arkansas); New York Opera Project. Other performances include: Merkin Hall; University of Illinois; Cleveland Art Museum; Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. Soloist with Brooklyn Philharmonic, Milwaukee Symphony, and Cleveland Chamber Orchestra. Collaborations with Pierre Boulez, George Crumb, John Harbison, Luciano Berio and John Cage. Former faculty member, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Wisconsin College/Conservatory of Music; Western Reserve Academy; University of Evansville; Kenyon College; Eastman Conservatory of Music. Recordings for Bayerische Rundfunk. CD with Cleveland Chamber Orchestra on Albany label. (Appointed 1989.)

Michael R. Rosen, Professor of Percussion; Director, Division of Winds, Brass and Percussion. BME, Temple University, 1964; MM, University of Illinois, 1966. Principal percussionist and soloist, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, 1966-72; study with Charles Owen, Jack McKenzie, Cloyd Duff, Fred Hinger. Performed with Cleveland Orchestra, Concertgebouw, and Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra. Clinician for Zildjian Cymbal Company. Clinics, performances and appointments as visiting teacher/coach throughout the U.S., Europe, and China. Director, Oberlin Percussion Institute. Associate editor and columnist, Percussive Notes magazine. Former member, board of directors, Percussive Arts Society. Panelist and advisor, National Endowment for the Arts. Recordings for Lumina, Albany, CRI, Opus One labels, and for the Bayerische Rundfunk. (Appointed 1972.)

Sedmara Zakarian Rutstein, Professor of Piano. Honors Diploma, 1959, DMA, 1962, Leningrad Conservatory. Graduate and post-graduate studies with Nadejzda Golubovskaya, Leningrad State Conservatory, USSR (now St. Petersburg). Conducted master classes, solo recitals, and performances with orchestras throughout the U.S. and Russia, China, Hong Kong and Europe. Former faculty member, the Leningrad Conservatory, 1962-73. Twelve solo albums for Melodia, Laurel, Orion, Musical Heritage Society, Albany Records, Kompozitor and SZR productions. Critical acclaims in the New York Times, Washington Post, Fanfare, Ovation, Musical America and Keyboard Magazine, among others. (Appointed 1976.)

George Sakakeeny, Associate Professor of Bassoon. BM and Performer’s Certificate, Eastman , 1978. Guest professor, Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing 2002-. Principal bassoon: Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra, 1990-, Grand Teton Music Festival 2002-. Former principal bassoon: New Japan Philharmonic, New Hampshire Symphony, Handel and Haydn, Opera Company of Boston; extra with Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras. Numerous solo appearances with orchestras, recitals, and master classes throughout the U.S., China, Europe, Korea, and Japan. Concertos written for him by Alexander Blechinger, 1997, and Peter Schickele, 1998. Former faculty member, Interlochen Arts Academy, MIT, Tufts, and Brandeis Universities. Orchestral recordings on Summit, CBS, Denon, and Albany labels; solo and chamber music recordings for Crystal and Harmonia Classics. (Appointed 1989.)

Robert Shannon, Professor of Piano; Director, Division of Keyboard Studies. BA, BM, Oberlin College, 1972; MA, Juilliard School, 1973. Studies with Klaus Goetze, Arthur Dann, Jack Radunsky, Ania Dorfmann, Dorothy Taubmann, Vladimir Ashkenazy. Honors include: NEA Solo Recitalist Grant, 1985; NEA Consortium Commission Grant, 1986. Participant, Grand Teton Music Festival, 1979-90. ISCM-sponsored New York debut recital, 1983; recitals, ensemble concerts, master classes throughout the U.S., Europe, South America, Asia. Former faculty member, Young Keyboard Artists Institute, Institute for Musical Arts, Tunghai University Summer Music Camp Taiwan, Van Cliburn Institute and Aria Festival. Director, Oberlin Summer Piano Institute and Competition. Recordings for New World and Bridge Records. (Appointed 1976.)

Peter Slowik, Professor of Viola; Director, Division of Strings. BM honors, New England Conservatory of Music, 1979; MM, Eastman School of Music, 1981. Viola study with William Schoen, Scott Nickrenz, and Heidi Castleman. Former principal violist, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Concertante de Chicago, and American Sinfonietta. Performances as soloist throughout the U.S. Past president, the American Viola Society; artistic director, Credo Chamber Music Association. Former faculty member, Cleveland Institute of Music, and Northwestern University. Recordings on the Deutsche Grammophon, deutsche harmonia mundi/BMG, Erato and Cedille labels. (Appointed 1999.)

Haewon Song, Associate Professor of Piano. BM, MM, 1986, Juilliard School. Study with Shuku Iwasaki, Julian Martin, and Martin Canin. Represented South Korea in the 1988 Cervantino Festival; appearances at the Sejong Cultural Center, the National Theater of Art, on KBS television, and in recitals in Nice, Tokyo, Seoul, Baltimore, and New York. Concerto appearances with the Baltimore and Seoul City symphonies, and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, among others. Recordings for Bridge Records. Taught at Kyung Won University (Seoul), Tunghai University (Taiwan) and the Institute for Musical Arts (Canada). (Appointed 1993.)

Robert Spano, Professor of Conducting. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1984; postgraduate studies, Curtis Institute of Music. Music director, Atlanta Symphony Orschestra, 2001-; music director, Brooklyn Philharmonic, 1996-; assistant conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1990-93. Guest conducting appearances with Cleveland Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala (Milan), Ensemble Intercontemporain (Paris), Welsh National Opera, Houston Grand Opera, and Royal Opera at Covent Garden. Assistant professor of conducting, Bowling Green State University, 1985-89. (Appointed 1989.)

Thomas Sperl, Teacher of Double Bass. BM, Eastman School of Music, 1984. Study with James Van Demark, Theodor Mayer, Stuart Sankey, and John Haas. Concerto performances with the Amherst Symphony and the Brighton Symphony Orchestra. Principal bass, Mainly Mozart Orchestra, 1992-93; assistant principal bass, Rochester Philharmonic, 1988-92; member, Rochester Chamber Players, 1982-86; Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, 1987-88; Cleveland Orchestra, 1992-. Former faculty member, Roberts Wesleyan College, Nazareth College, University of Rochester, and Eastman School of Music. (Appointed 1995.)

Philip Stoecker, Assistant Professor of Music Theory. BM, Ohio State University, 1995; MM, University of Ottawa, 1997; PhD, Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2003. Papers presented at the national meeting of the Society for Music Theory; regional meetings of the New England, New York State, South Central; and Music Theory Midwest Conferences. Barry S. Brook Dissertation Award in Music from Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Publication in Music Theory Spectrum. Current editor, Theory and Practice. Former faculty member, Hofstra University, Queens College of the City University of New York, and Mannes College of Music. (Appointed 2003.)

David H. Stull, Dean of the Conservatory. Professor of Brass Studies. BM, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1990; BA, Oberlin College, 1990. American Brass Quintet Program, Juilliard School, 1991-93; MM, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003. Performances with the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, American Brass Quintet, Lawrence Brass Quintet, Aspen Festival Orchestra and Chamber Symphony, Bravo Colorado Music Festival, and Oberlin Faculty Brass Quintet. Recordings for commercial radio and television. Guest appearances and broadcasts on National Public Radio. Performances and master classes throughout the U.S. and abroad. Brass faculty, Lawrence University, 1994-2000; assistant dean, 1998-2000, Lawrence University; director of residence life, Aspen Music Festival, 1990-1993; associate director of admissions, Juilliard School, 1990-93. (Appointed 2000.)

Peter Takács, Professor of Piano; Chair, Piano Department. BM honors, Northwestern University, 1968; MM, University of Illinois, 1969; doctoral studies, Peabody Conservatory, 1969-72. Study with Howard Karp and Leon Fleisher. Tanglewood Piano Fellowship 1976; Conductors Seminar, 1989. First prize, University of Maryland International Piano Competition, 1973; prize-winner, national and international competitions; National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalist Grant, 1984; featured recitalist, MTNA National Convention, 1978, 1996. Solo recitals and appearances with orchestra, chamber music festivals, master classes in the U.S, Europe and Asia. Adjudicator at international piano competitions in the U.S. and Canada. Beethoven Sonata cycle, 1998-2000. Faculty member, East Carolina University, 1972-76. (Appointed 1976.)

John Talbert, Lecturer in Analog-Digital Circuit Design; Engineer/Technician for Electronic Music Studios. BS, physics and music, Indiana University, 1974; MS, electronic engineering, University of Illinois, 1978. Technician, experimental music studios, University of Illinois, 1977-78. (Appointed 1978.)

Diane Urista, Assistant Professor of Music Theory. BM, Concordia College, 1979; MA, Northwestern University, 1990; MPhil, PhD, Columbia University, 1996, 2001. Certified instructor of Dalcroze-Eurhythmics, The Julliard School. Instructor, Columbia University, 1993-1997; adjunct professor, New York University, 1997-2001. Awarded the Mellon Fellowship, 1993-1997; Mellon Research Grant, 1995; President’s Fellowship, 1995 and 1996; American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellowship, 1997. Presented at New York State Music Theory, 2000, 2001, 2002; College Music Society, 2002, 2003; Society for Music Theory, 2002; international Music and Gesture conference, 2003; Music Theory Midwest, 2004. Published in Music Theory Online. (Appointed 2001.)

Victoria Vaughan, Assistant Director of Opera Theater. BMus honors, University of Surrey, 1992; MS, Indiana University, 2000; PhD, University of Southampton, 1998. Research study with Nicholas Cook and William Drabkin; technical training with Vince Liotta and Allen White. Directed and assisted productions in the U.K. and U.S. with Cleveland Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Pro Arte Ensemble, Dorset Opera, Arte Vivo, Salisbury Fringe Festival, Above Bawd Theatre Company, IU Opera and IU Ballet. Founder, ‘Showstoppers’ musical theatre company. Currently assistant stage director, Opera North and director of productions, Real Time Opera. (Appointed 2000.)

Milan Vitek, Professor of Violin. Advanced Diploma cum laude, Prague Academy of Music, 1964; diploma, Brno Academy of Music, 1959. Bestowed Knight of the Dannenbrog, 1st Order, for outstanding contributions to cultural life in Denmark, 1999. Numerous appearances as soloist and chamber musician: Czech Nonet, Trio Pro Arte, and Czech String Quartet. Former faculty member, Royal Academy of Music, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1974-2001; Musikhogskolan, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1992-2001; McMaster University, 1972-1974. Founder, Royal Academy Chamber Orchestra; former artistic director, Danish Sinfonietta and Camerata Romana Chamber Orchestra, Sweden. (Appointed 2001.)

Daniel Wall, Visiting Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano. Attended Berklee College of Music. Down Beat magazine’s Hall of Fame Scholarship winner at 17. Performances with Eddie Gomez, Tom Harrell, Bernard Purdie, Steve Grossman, Billy Hart, Henry Mancini, Charley Rouse, and Steve Gadd. Recordings/performances with John Abercrombie, Eddie Harris, Jerry Bergonzi, Joe Lovano, Kenny Wheeler, Joe Chambers, and Al Cohn. Compositions recorded by Chick Corea. Recordings for Enja, Double Time and Audiophile. Voted 11 times into Down Beat magazine International Critic’s Poll; Readers’ Poll numerous times. Featured artist Down Beat, Billboard, Keyboard Player, Jazz Times, Swing Journal Japan, Cashbox, and Variety. Concert tours, television and radio broadcasts throughout Europe, Japan, South America, Korea, Israel, Canada and the U.S., including Carnegie Hall. (Appointed 2001.)

Timothy Weiss, Associate Professor of Conducting; Director, Division of Conducting and Ensembles; Gardner Professor of Music. BM, performance and education, Northwestern University, 1990; MM, University of Michigan, 1997. Premiered John Luther Adams’ Earth and the Great Weather at Almeida Opera Festival, London. Mentored the award-winning eighth blackbird. Recent appearances include concerts with the Toledo Symphony, Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, Symphony Orchestra of the Nacional Association de Conciertos of Panama City, Panama. Music director, Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra; member, American Soviet Youth Orchestra and Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival. First prize diploma with distinction, Royal Music Conservatory (Brussels), 1986. Former faculty member, Interlochen Arts Academy. Resident conductor, International Music Festival, 1996-98; Interlochen Arts Camp, 1991-96, 1998. (Appointed 1993.)

Administrative and Professional Staff 2006-2007

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Individual listings were prepared from files maintained by the Office of Human Resources as of January 31, 2006. Inquiries should be directed to that office. The date (in parentheses) following the position title indicates the original date of hire at Oberlin College.

Nancy Schrom Dye
President, Professor of History (1994)
PhD, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1974
MA, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1971
BA, Vassar College, 1969

Thomas M. Abeyta
Associate Director, Admissions (2001)
BS, University of New Mexico, 1995

Kathleen A. Abromeit
Public Services Librarian, Conservatory Library (1992)
MLIS, University of Wisconsin, 1988
MM, University of Colorado, 1987
BM, Lawrence University, 1985
AA, Cottey College, 1982

Ehrai A. Adams
Assistant Director, Housing Administration (1989)
BA, Goddard College, 1983

Sara J. Adams
Assistant Director, Career Services (2004)
MA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2004
BA, Susquehanna University, 2002

Marci Alegant
Associate Dean, Conservatory (1999)
MM, McGill University, 1996
MM, Eastman School of Music, 1995
BS, Temple University, 1985

Camille Hamlin Allen
Assistant to the President for Equity Concerns (1974)
PhD, Cleveland State University, 1995
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1975
BA, Wellesley College, 1973

Chester A. Andrews, II
Client Support Analyst (1990)
BA, College of Wooster, 1985

Jennifer S. Andrews
Admissions Counselor, Conservatory (2005)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 2000

Susanne L. Angell
Online Editor/Writer (2001)
BA, Oberlin College, 1999

Christopher T. Anton
Web Designer, College Relations (2005)

Raymond M. Appenheimer
Head Cross Country Coach (2004)
BA, Colgate University, 1994

John B. Appley
Director of New Media (1990)
BA, Oberlin College, 1985

Linda D. Arbogast
Program Director, Center for Service and Learning (2004)
MIA, School for International Training, 1991
BA, St. Cloud State University, 1987

Chester Arcaba
Telephone Manager (1979)

Melissa J. Ballard
Study Skills and Reading Instructor (1997)
MA, Cleveland State University, 1979
BA, Cleveland State University, 1977

Joseph E. Barrile
Analyst/Programmer (2004)
BS, Cleveland State University, 1986

Selina A. Bartlett
Assistant Registrar, Allen Memorial Art Museum (2005)
BA, Youngstown State University, 1997

Mark R. Bates
Associate Vice President for Finance and Controller (2002)
BBA, Kent State University, 1982

Roland M. Baumann
College Archivist (1987)
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1970
MA, Northern Illinois University, 1966
BS, University of Wisconsin, 1964

Adrian A. Bautista
Associate Dean of Student Life (1996)
MA, Bowling Green State University, 2002
BA, Bowling Green State University, 1992

Donna L. Baxter
Compensation Manager (1998)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1990
AA, Lorain County Community College, 1985

C. Christopher Baymiller
Associate Director, Student Union (1982)
BA, Oberlin College, 1971

Mark A. Bekish
Manager, Central Heating Plant/HVAC (2005)

Yeworkwha Belachew
Ombudsperson (1978)

Jane E. Bennett
Lecturer, Biology Lab Instructor (1976)
MS, Wright State University, 1976
BA, St. Mary’s University, 1970

Henry R. Bent
Information Technical Specialist (2005)

Amanda L. Blasko
Faculty-in-Residence, Russian (2003)
MA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1996
BA, Middlebury College, 1993

M. Elizabeth Blissman
Director, Center for Service and Learning (2000)
PhD, University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology, 2000
MA, LaSalle University, 1991
BAE, Pennsylvania State University, 1986

David R. Blom
Custodial Services Manager (2005)

Jane E. Boomer
Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities/Reading Instructor (2000)
MA, Allegheny College, 1973
BA, Allegheny College, 1972

Albert M. Borroni
Director of OCTET (2000)
PhD, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, 1992
BA, Oberlin College, 1985

Nancy W. Boutilier
Assistant Field Hockey/Lacrosse Coach (2004)
MA, Middlebury College, 1990
BA, Harvard-Radcliffe Freshman Adm, 1984

Alan Boyd
Associate Director, Libraries (1981)
MA, University of Iowa, 1978
BA, University of Iowa, 1977

Leslie A. Braat
Senior Associate Director, Admissions (1998)
MA, University of Toledo, 1994
BA, University of Toledo, 1990

Erin K. Brazell
Educational Technology Specialist (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 2005

Mary A. Brill
Custodial Services Manager (1965)

Diane E. Britt
Psychologist (1997)
PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1997
MA, Lesley College, 1991
BA, University of Massachusetts, 1987

Nathan C. Broome
Network Administrator (2003)
BS, Ohio State University, 1991

Sharon R. Brown
Academic Program and Facilities Coordinator, Conservatory (2001)
BA, Butler University, 1987

Betsy L. Bruce
Director, Recreational Sports (1999)
MA, University of Iowa, 1978
BA, College of Wooster, 1977

John E. Bucher
Chief Technology Officer (1996)
PhD, University of Kansas, 1984
MS, Wright State University, 1975
BS, Wright State University, 1972

David W. Bugher
Assistant Technical Director, Theater and Dance (2003)
BFA, Ohio State University, 1991

Monique J. Burgdorf
Assistant Director, Undergraduate Research (2000)
MPA, Cleveland State University, 1997
BA, Miami University, 1994

Marjorie L. Burton
Assistant Director, Safety and Security (1987)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1986
AAS, Lorain County Community College, 1984

Deborah A. Campana
Conservatory Librarian, Lecturer in Musicology (1998)
PhD, Northwestern University, 1985
MA, University of Chicago, 1987
MM, Northwestern University, 1978
BM, Ohio University, 1976

Lori K. Campion
President’s House Manager (1994)

Eric J. Carpenter
Collection Development Librarian (1981)
MS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1972
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1968
BS, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, 1966

Stacey J. Carter
Assistant Director, Admissions (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 1999

Timothy A. Carver
Head Athletic Trainer/Lecturer (1990)
MA, University of North Carolina, 1990
BA, Purdue University, 1988

Isaiah M. Cavaco
Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach (2004)
MS, Ohio University, 2002
BA, Yale University, 2001

Stephanie J. Cavaco
Assistant Director, Media Relations (2005)
BS, Ohio University, 2000

Carey A. Cavanaugh
Head Volleyball Coach (2005)
BS, East Tennessee State University, 2002

John L. Cavanaugh
Director of Piano Technology (2001)
BA, Kalamazoo College, 1982

Christa M. Champion
Head Women’s Basketball Coach (2002)
MS, Smith College, 1990
BA, Brown University, 1986

Debra J. Chermonte
Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid (1989)
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1991
BA, Geneseo College, 1979

George E. Clark
Rental Properties/Structural Maintenance/Service Manager (1997)

David L. Cleeton
Associate Provost (1980)
PhD, Washington University, 1980
MA, University of Missouri, 1975
BA, University of Missouri, 1973

Elizabeth Clerkin
Registrar (2001)
MPA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1980
BA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1975

H. Jennifer Cline
Associate Registrar (1974)
Oberlin Business College, 1966
IBM-Cleveland-IT Education, 1969

Deborah S. Cocco
Associate Director, Oberlin Shansi (1986)
BA, University of Akron, 1979

Teresa M. Collins
Mellon Librarian Associate, (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 2005

Cynthia H. Comer
Head of Reference and Instruction (1982)
MLn, Emory University, 1979
BA, Emory University, 1978

Erin M. Corwin
Associate Director, Career Services (2003)
MS, University of Arkansas, 2002
BA, University of Toledo, 1999

J. Kay Coughlin
Assistant Director, Stewardship and Donor Relations (2004)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1995

Eric R. Cowley
Production Manager/Technical Director, Conservatory (1988)
BA, Albion College, 1972

Kenneth D. Culver
Manager of Stockroom (1992)
BA, Western Michigan University, 1967
AS, Kellogg Community College, 1965

Daniel R. Cunningham
Administrative Services Manager (1981)

Catherine A. Cuthbertson
Director, Student Accounts (2001)
BS, Southern Illinois University, 1986

JoEllen Cuthbertson
Costumer/Costume Shop Manager (2000)

Nathaniel E. Daniels
System Administrator, Computer Science (2003)
BS, Grove City College, 2001

Kimberly R. Jackson Davidson
Associate Dean of Students (1999)
MA, University of Wisconsin, 1991
BA, Spelman College, 1986

Adrienne M. Davis
Head Softball Coach (2005)
BA, Beloit College, 2004

Sammie L. Davis-Dyson
Coordinator, Special Advising (1993)
EdS, Cleveland State University, 1997
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1995
BA, Oberlin College, 1990

Patricia A. deWinstanley
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1991
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1986
BA, Pomona College, 1984

Linda A. Doan
Assistant to the Vice President for Development (1998)

Franklin D. Dobbs
Assistant Director of Athletics/Head Men’s Basketball Coach (2002)
BA, Villanova University, 1984

John R. Donalds
Media Engineer, Department of Art (2000)
BFA, University New Mexico, 1997

Christopher A. Donaldson
Special Advisor, Student Support Services (2004)
BA, Oberlin College, 1997

Paul S. Eachus
Director of Audio Services (2005)
BM, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1982

Yukiko Ebara
Campus Program Coordinator, Oberlin Shansi (2001)
MA, University of Northern Iowa, 2001
BA, Waseda University, Tokyo Japan, 1993

Raymond A. English
Azariah Smith Root Director of Libraries (1979)
PhD, University of North Carolina, 1978
MSLS, University of North Carolina, 1977
MA, University of North Carolina, 1971
AB, Davidson College, 1969

Kenneth R. Ervin
Director, Networking, Operations and Systems (1984)
BS, University of Maryland, 1979
AA, University of Maryland, 1977
AA, Southern Ohio College, 1983

Eric S. Estes
Associate Dean/Director, Multicultural Resource Center (2004)
PhD, Syracuse University, 2001
MA, Syracuse University, 1993
BA, Trinity College, 1991

Leo P. Evans, Jr.
Facilities Planner, Assistant Director (1988)
BA, Kent State University, 1986

Loren M. Fawcett
Education Assistant, Allen Memorial Art Museum (2003)
BA, Cleveland State University, 2003

Joseph M. Fetsic
Assistant Controller (1984)
BS, David M. Myers College, 1982

Craig M. Fields
Assistant Dean/Assistant Director, Residential Education and Dining Services (2005)
MEd, Northern Arizona University, 2000
BS, Colorado State University, 1997

Mark D. Fino
Head Women’s Swimming Coach (2002)
BA, Kalamazoo College, 2002

Chris Flaharty
Costume Designer/Associate Professor of Theater (1984)
MFA, Ohio State University, 1983
MA, Bowling Green State University, 1976
BA, Westminster College, 1974

Lori K. Flood
Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Health and Life Skills Education (1998)
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1998
BA, Ohio State University, 1987

John T. Floyd
Custodial Supervisor (2005)
MA, Cleveland State University, 1993
BS, Dyke College, 1991

David V. Foos
Senior Analyst/Programmer (1995)
MBA, University of Michigan, 1984
BS/BA, Marietta College, 1982

Calvin J. Frye
Network Administrator (2000)
MS, Kent State University, 1989
BA, University of Akron, 1980
BGS, Kent State University, 1978

Allison L. Gallaher
Head of Circulation (1981)
MA, University of Chicago, 1981
BA, Kenyon College 1979

Deborah L. Gardner
Post-Doctoral Residency (2005)
MA, New Mexico State University, 2000
BA, College of Wooster, 1992

Linda W. Gates
Dean of Students (1987)
MAT, Oberlin College, 1965
BA, Wilson College, 1963

Yvonne T. Gay Fowler
Assistant Editor, Alumni Magazine (2001)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1994

Bishara C. Ghattas
Transportation and Stockroom Manager (2004)
BBA, Cleveland State University, 1977

Frank V. Gioffre
Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach (2002)
MS, Cleveland State University, 1996
HPE, Otterbein College, 1986

Laura M. Gobbi
Executive Director, Alumni Association (2004)
MA, New York University, 1993
BA, Oberlin College, 1991

Lisa D. Godbolt
Client Support Analyst (1997)
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 2000
AAS, Lorain County Community College, 1994

Mary K. Gray
Director of Conservatory Development and Alumni Affairs (2004)
BA, University of North Dakota, Grand Fork, 1978

Dennis Greive
Grounds Services Manager (1997)
CGM, Professional Grounds Management Society, 2003
CA, International Society of Arboriculture, 2002
BS, Ohio State University, 1979

Brenda L. Grier-Miller
Associate Dean/Director of Student Support Services (1993)
MSSA, Case Western Reserve University, 2000
BS, Adelphi University, 1993

Charles L. Grim
Senior Administrator, Admissions (2001)
PhD, Purdue University, 1990
MS, Purdue University, 1983

Jessica Grim
Reference Librarian/Instruction Coordinator (1991)
MS, Columbia University, 1987
BA, San Francisco State University, 1985

Katerina K. Grim
Assistant Dean of Studies (2002)
MA, Sofia University, 1992

Jennifer J. Groseth
Lighting/Sound Designer (1997)
MFA, University of Illinois, 1995
BA, University of Wisconsin, 1991

Michele L. Gross
Director, Residential Education and Services/Business Manager (1976)
BS, Ohio State University, 1971

Nathan J. Gross
Assistant Director, Admissions (2002)
BA, Oberlin College, 2002

Kenneth M. Grossi
Associate Archivist (1996)
MLS, Kent State University, 1992
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1985
BA, University of Akron, 1984

Michael L. Grube
Managing Director, Theater and Dance (1980)
MFA, Carnegie Mellon University, 1976
BA, St. Vincent College, 1971

Lori L. Gumpf
Employee Program Administrator (1978)

Christine L. Haff-Paluck
Ensemble Librarian/Manager (2003)
BM, Cleveland Institute of Music, 1978

Marilyn R. Hamel
Assistant Director/Nurse Practitioner, Student Health (2004)
MSN, FNP, Case Western Reserve University, 2004
BSN, Cleveland State University, 2000
PNP Certificate, Mt St Joseph College, 1978
Diploma of Nursing, Mercy of Toledo, 1970

John P. Harshbarger
Psychologist (2004)
PhD, Ohio State University, 1998
MA, Ohio State University, 1990
BS, University of California, Davis, 1986

Robert A. Haslun
Secretary of the College (1972)
BA, Oberlin College, 1967

Ursula R. Haslun
Manager, Concert Production (1976)
BA, Oberlin College, 1975

Bradley A. Hayes
Assistant Director, Leadership Giving (2004)
MA, College of William & Mary, 1998
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1996

Laura M. Hieronymus
Director, Student Health Services (1998)
MSN, Indiana University, 1992
BSN, Indiana University, 1986
BA, Purdue University, 1980
ADS, Purdue University, 1979

Cortland S. Hill
Chemistry Instructor/Lab Manager (2000)
MS, Florida State University, 1984
BA, Oberlin College, 1977

Thomas J. Hinders
Head of Serials and Government Documents (1991)
MLS, Kent State University, 1986
BA, Wright State University, 1980

H. N. Hirsch
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (2005)
PhD, Princeton University, 1978
MA, Princeton University, 1978
AB, University of Michigan, 1974

Anna S. Hoffmann
Assistant to the Dean, Outreach Program (1992)
MA, Kent State University, 1991
MA, Miami University, 1987
BA, College of Wooster, 1982

Donna Ancypa Holmes
Assistant Director, Oberlin Fund (1998)
Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management, George Mason University, 2000
BA, Oberlin College, 1991

Michael J. Holubar
Preparator, Allen Memorial Art Museum (1984)
BS, University Wisconsin, 1971

Clifford W. Hosack
Director, Oberlin Fund (2004)

James P. Howard
Director, Leadership Giving (1999)
MBA, University of New Hampshire, 1988
BA, University of New Hampshire, 1979

John P. Howard
Mechanical Maintenance Service Manager (1980)

Jason D. Hudson
Cross Country/Track Coach (2002)
MEd, Kent State University, 1998
BA, College of Wooster, 1993

Anjum T. Hussain
Investment Analyst (2005)
MBA, Case Western Reserve University, 1990
MA, University of Akron, 1984
BA, University of Bombay, 1980

Linda D. Iroff
Assistant to the Director of the Center for Information Technology (1990)
MA, Princeton University, 1976
BA, University of Virginia, 1974

Ernest B. Iseminger
Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs (1998)
BA, Washington State University, 1991

Carl W. Jacobson
Executive Director, Oberlin Shansi (1976)
PhD, University of Michigan, 1993
AM, Harvard University, 1971
BA, Eckerd College, 1969

Mari-Marcelle Janas
Director, Conservatory Media Relations (1992)
BA, Oberlin College, 1991

Annette M. Jeffrey
Assistant Director, Leadership Giving (2004)
MMus, Oberlin College, 1993
BMus, Oberlin College, 1992

Astrid J. Jobe
Technical Coordinator/Lecturer (1998)
MA, University of Pittsburgh, 1998
BS, Georgia Southern University, 1996

Douglass M. Johnson
Associate Director, Gift Planning (2005)
BA, University of Sioux Falls, 1996

Mary Jane Johnson
Assistant to the President (1984)
MA, University of Michigan, 1968
MMus, University of Michigan School of Music, 1963
BA, Smith College, 1962

Claudia W. Jones
Associate Director, Oberlin Fund (1971)

Nicholas R. Jones
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1976)
PhD, Harvard University, 1973
MA, Harvard University, 1969
BA, Harvard College, 1967

Robert K. Jones
Director, Security (2000)
AA, Lorain County Community College, 1976

Scott J. Juedes
Associate Director, Financial Aid (1999)
BA, Hastings College, 1994

Bergis K. Jules
Resident Director, (2004)
BA, Earlham College, 2003

Ninita J. Jurado
Associate Director, Gift Planning (1981)

Andrea E. Kalyn
Associate Dean of Conservatory Academic Affairs (2005)
PhD, University of Rochester, 2001
MA, University of Western Ontario, 1990
BMus, University of Western Ontario, 1987

Joseph F. Karlgaard
Associate Director/Acting Director of Athletics (2004)
PhD, University of Minnesota, 2005
MA, University of Minnesota, 2003
AB, Stanford University, 1996

Shozo Kawaguchi
Associate Dean, Community Life (2004)
EdD, Vanderbilt University, 2000
MSSW, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1986
BS, Belmont University, 1984
BE, Kanto Gakuin University, 1980

Melinda A. Keller
Physics Instructor/Lab Manager (1990)
MS, Cleveland State University, 1995
BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1984

Laurie J. Kennedy
Instructor, Classical Piano/Pedagogy (1997)
MM, Kent State University, 1993
BME, Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music, 1983

Valerie S. Kepner
Senior Assistant Director, Financial Aid (2001)
MA, Kent State University, 1993
BS, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1990

 

Megan C. Kinney
Coordinator for the Mellon Librarian Recruitment Program (2003)
MLS, University of Michigan, 2001
BA, Ohio State University, 1995

Catherine M. Klima Gletherow
Director, Gift Planning (1999)
MBA, Cleveland State University, 1990
BA, Cleveland State University, 1989

David Knapp
Technical Services Librarian, Conservatory (1974)
MSLS, Case Western Reserve University, 1974
BA, Kent State University, 1971

James L. Knight
Assistant Director, Admissions (1997)
BA, Oberlin College, 2001

Kay M. Knight
Mathematics Instructor (1997)
MS, Louisiana State University, 1973
BS, University of Central Arkansas, 1969

Amy M. Knowles
Senior Assistant Director, Financial Aid (1999)
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1996

Gary W. Koepp
Director, Purchasing and Auxiliary Services (1972)
MBA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1978
BS, David M. Myers College, 1975
AA, Lorain County Community College, 1968

Ikuko Kurasawa
Instructor/Lecturer in Japanese (2001)
MA, Obirin University, 2001
BA, Obirin University, 1997

David K. Laczko
Senior Staff Accountant (1980)
AA, Lorain County Community College, 1978

Eric W. Lahetta
Director of Club Sports/Head Baseball Coach (1998)
MS, Bowling Green State University, 1994
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1992

Sharon J. Land
Nurse Clinical Coordinator (2001)
ADN, Lorain County Community College, 1982

Jill R. Lane
Assistant Athletic Trainer (2004)

Manfred J. Lassen
Protestant Chaplain (1987)
MDiv, Concordia Theological Seminary, 1966
AB, Concordia College, 1962, 1960

Carol S. Lasser
Director, OCEAN (1980)
PhD, Harvard University, 1982
MA, Harvard University, 1975
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1973

Natalie R. Leek
Assistant Director, Admissions (2003)
MBA, Case Western Reserve University, 1995
BCom, University of Bombay, 1988

Joshua L. Levy
Assistant Director, Admissions (2004)
PhD, New York University, 2004
MA, Brandeis University, 1997
BA, Oberlin College, 1994

Haipeng Li
Reference Librarian/Outreach Coordinator (1993)
MLS, University of Arizona, 1992
MA, University of Mississippi, 1990
MA, Northeast Normal University, 1987
BA, Northeast Normal University, 1984

Kai Li
Faculty-in-Residence, Chinese (1989)
BA, Beijing University, 1969

Rashne M. Limki
APA Community Coordinator (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 2005

Jiann I. Lin
East Asian Specialist Librarian (1969)
MLS, State University of New York at Albany, 1969
MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1967
BA, National Taiwan University, 1962

Kany C. Lin
Assistant Director of Technology, Admissions (2004)
BA, Oberlin College, 2002

Linda Losneck
Secretary to the President (1994)

Gwyneth F. R. Love
Administrative Director, Oberlin in London Program (1974)
BA, University of Bristol, England, 1963

Frederick M. Lowery
Client Support Analyst (1983)

Kimberly A. Ludwig
Director, Stewardship/Public Programs (2001)
MEd, University of Vermont, 1999
BS, University of New Hampshire, 1996

Michael R. Lynn
Associate Dean, Conservatory (1977)
BS, Oakland University, 1976

Alfred F. MacKay
Provost (1967)
PhD, University of North Carolina, 1967
AB, Davidson College, 1960

Michael C. Manderen
Director, Conservatory Admissions (1978)
BM, Oberlin College, 1978
BA, Oberlin College, 1976

Shon Martin
Departmental Support Specialist (1996)
BA, Ohio State University, 1995

Esmeralda Martinez-Tapia
Faculty-in-Residence, Lecturer (1976)
BA, Escuela Nacional de Maestros, Mexico, DF, 1964
Technical Degree, Escuela Mexicana de Turismo, Mexico, DF, 1969

Pradnya W. Martz
Architect/Project Manager (1997)
MLA, University of Massachusetts, 1994
BArch, University of Bombay, 1988

Jane M. Mathison
Associate Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs (1995)

Connie G. Matlin
Business Manager, Conservatory (1988)
BS, Ohio State University, 1987

Andrea J. McAlister
Director, Community Music School (2002)
DMus, University of Cincinnati, 2001
MMus, University of Cincinnati, 1996
BMus, University of Cincinnati, 1994

Laurie H. McMillin
Director, First Year Seminar Program (1998)
PhD, Syracuse University, 1993
MA, Syracuse University, 1989
BA, Lawrence University, 1984

Patrick C. McPherron
Acting Assistant Director of Internships (2003)
BA, Evergreen State College, 2001

Jill M. Medina
Associate Director, Admissions (1997)
MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990
BA, Oberlin College, 1988

Susan L. Meredith
Assistant Manager, Human Resources Information Systems (2000)
BBA, University of Southern Mississippi, 1983

David N. Meyers
Financial Information Systems Manager (2001)
MBA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1979
BA, Cleveland State University, 1976

Daniel O. Michalak
Vocal Coach/Accompanist (1999)
MM, Indiana University, 1989
BM, Harvard University, 1985

Jeffrey A. Miller
Computer Systems Manager (2005)
BBA, Cleveland State University, 1980

Leslie J. Miller
Assistant to the Director, Allen Memorial Art Museum (1990)
Diploma, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, 1979
BA, Bates College, 1972

Marcia E. Miller
Director of Investments (1991)
MBA, Tiffin University, 2001
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1991
AA, Lorain County Community College, 1989

Wendy S. Miller
Director, Career Services (1996)
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1987
BA, Ohio University, 1981

Mary E. Mintel
Assistant Director, Admissions (2005)
BA, Swarthmore College, 2005

Megan S. Mitchell
Reference Librarian/Electronic Services Coordinator (1992)
MLS, Rutgers University, 1992
BA, University of Richmond, 1989

Mildred M. Modic
Manager of Administrative Computing Services (1997)
AA, Hibbing Area Vocational Technical Institute, 1970

William J. Mohler
Electronics Specialist (1986)
AAS, University of Akron, 1978

Alan G. Montgomery
Assistant Music Director (1979)
MusD, Indiana University, 1977
MM, Indiana University, 1971
BM, Indiana University, 1969

Alan S. Moran
Vice President for College Relations (1990)
BA, Point Park College, 1975

Michael R. Morgenstern
Senior Research Analyst, Leadership Giving (2000)
MA, Case Western Reserve University, 1994
BA, Purdue University, 1990

Susan L. Morse
Assistant Director, Sponsored Programs (2001)
MSSA, Case Western Reserve University, 1998
BA, Westminster College, 1994

Rebecca J. Mosely
Assistant Dean/Assistant Director, Residential Education (2005)
MA, Ohio State University, 2000
BS, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 1998

Damen J. Mroczek
Scene Designer/Lecturer (2002)
MS, Indiana University, Bloomington, 2002
BFA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999

Aaron D. Mucciolo
Assistant Director, Oberlin Fund (2004)
BA, Oberlin College, 2002

Deborah L. Mull
Science Center Building/Biology Department Manager (1991)
AS, Lorain County Community College, 1986

Jeffrey C. Mumford
Composer-in-Residence (2000)
MA, University of California, San Diego, 1981
BA, University of California, Irvine, 1977

Cynthia A. Murnan
Director, Client Services (1999)
MS, Naval Post-Graduate School, 1985
BS, State University of New York, 1975
AS, Genesee Community College, 1973

Robert A. Murphy
Piano Technician/Curator Fortepianos (2004)
BMus, Ithaca College, 1984

Joseph P. Natt
Assistant Technical Director, Theater and Dance (2005)
BFA, Kent State University, 1997

Andrew P. Nelson
Head Women’s Soccer Coach (2004)
MS, Pennsylvania State University, 1992
BS, West Chester, University of Pennsylvania, 1988

D. Blake New
Head Men’s Soccer and Golf Coach (1996)
MEd, Cleveland State University, 1992
BBA, Cleveland State University, 1991

Cynthia M. Nickoloff
Publications Editor (1990)
BA, Oberlin College, 1988

Angela J. Niederhofer
Business Manager, College of Arts and Sciences (2000)
MBA, Ashland University, 2002
BBA, University of Toledo, 1996

Michael M. Nolan
Director of the Campaigns (2000)
MS, Ohio State University, 1997
BS, Ohio State University, 1974

James R. Ochwa-Echel
Lecturer/Faculty-in-Residence, Afrikan Heritage House (2001)
PhD, Ohio University, 2005
MA, Ohio University, 1996
MA, Boston University, 1991
BA, Schiller International University, 1986

Walter B. Owens
Computer Store Manager (2000)
AA, Total Technical Institute, 1989

Anne C. Paine
Managing Editor, College Relations (1986)
BS, Syracuse University, 1981

Pamela D. Pardon
Staff Nurse/HIV Coordinator (2005)
BSN, University of Akron, 2005

Heath C. Patten
Visual Resources Assistant (2002)
MA, Ohio State University, 1997
BA, Ohio State University, 1991

Courtney J. Patterson
Africana Community Coordinator (2005)
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 2003

Ross B. Peacock
Director, Institutional Research (1986)
BA, Denison University, 1980

Janice M. Price-Van Dyke
Director, Development Resources (2004)
BS, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1991
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1981

Barbara Q. Prior
Art Librarian (1998)
MA, University of Louisville, 1994
MLS, University of Kentucky, 1985
BA, University of Kentucky, 1982

Heidi Pycraft
Budget Manager (1986)
BBA, Tiffin University, 2005
AA, Lorain County Community College, 2003

Cathe E. Radabaugh
Senior Analyst/Programmer (1996)
BA, Wilmington College, 1972

Jeffrey P. Ramsey
Head Football Coach (1999)
MS, University of Illinois, 1988
BA, University of California, Davis, 1983

Deborah L. Ranieri
Women’s Field Hockey/Lacrosse Coach (2002)
BS, East Stroudsburg University, 1990

Christopher R. Raspe
Analyst/Programmer (2005)

Robert A. Reddy, Jr.
Director, Financial Aid (2001)
MPA, University of Pittsburgh, 1990
BA, University of Pittsburgh, 1988

Thomas W. Reid
Associate Director, Student Union (1980)
BA, Oberlin College, 1980

Alison S. Ricker
Science Librarian (1983)
MLS, University of Rhode Island, 1977
BS, Alma College, 1975

Arthur Ripley
Network Administrator (1979)

David A. Robinson
Oberlin Shansi Events Coordinator (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 2002

Joseph A. Romano
Visual Resources Curator (1987)
MA, State University of New York, 1976
BA, State University of New York, 1970

Diana W. Roose
Assistant to the President (1985)
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
BA, Swarthmore College, 1970

Charles W. Ross
Psychologist and Director, Student Counseling Center (1979)
PhD, University of Missouri, 1975
MEd, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1971
BA, Otterbein College, 1964

Donna M. Russell
Director, Bonner Scholars Program (2000)
MA, Ohio State University, 1998
BA, College of Wooster, 1996

Yu Sakamoto
Accompanist (1997)
ADIP, Cleveland Institute of Music, 1992
MA, University of Akron, 1990
BA, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, 1982

Scott J. Saluga
Client Support Analyst (2005)
BS, Youngstown State University, 1993

Barbara Sawhill
Director, Language Laboratory (1998)
MA, University of Texas, 1990
EdM, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1988
BA, Bowdoin College, 1981

Ellen M. Sayles
Associate Dean of Studies (1990)
MM, University of Michigan, 1986
BA, Lawrence University, 1983

Michelle R. Sciarini
First Year Experience Director (2005)
BA, University of Akron, 2002

Carol M. Sedgwick
Coordinator, Health Careers Advising (2001)
MA, Cleveland State University, 2000
DMA, Eastman School of Music, 1983
MMus, Eastman School of Music, 1974
BM, Oberlin College, 1966

Dara H. Sepkoski
Curator of Education, Allen Memorial Art Museum (2005)
MA, Chicago Art Institute, 1996
BA, Scripps College, 1993

Tamara E. Serrano
Latino/Latina Community Coordinator (2005)
BA, Colgate University, 2003

Miriam A. Sharpley
Lecturer/Artist-in-Residence (1988)
MA, Oberlin College, 2000
BA, Western New England College, 1975

Sherri L. Shaw
Program House Director (2005)
MA, Miami University, 2005
BS, Miami University, 2003

Richard A. Sherlock
Executive Director, College Relations (1990)
BS, Kent State University, 1983

Adam R. Shoemaker
Assistant to the Director of Athletics (1997)
MA, University of Alabama, 1999
BA, Oberlin College, 1996

Mary C. Sikora
Resident Director (2004)
BA, Marquette University, 2003

Lauren B. Silverstein
Resident Director (2005)
MA, University of Saint Thomas, 2005
BA, University of Toledo, 2003

John M. Sluk
Head of Monographs (1991)
MLS, University of Pittsburgh, 1979
BA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1977

Richard L. Snodgrass
Institutional Buyer (1987)
BM, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1979

Pamela L. Snyder
Director, Office of Sponsored Programs (1996)
MA, Indiana University, 1986
AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1984

Carol A. Spiros
Assistant Director, Oberlin Fund (1997)
BA, Cleveland State University, 1988

Saunjula Staton
Assistant Director, Leadership Giving (2006)
MBA, Tiffin University, 2005
BA, Kent State University, 1994

Lucille J. Stiger
Registrar, Allen Memorial Art Museum (1996)
MA, Ohio State University, 1988
BA, Ohio State University, 1983

Andrew C. Stillman
Assistant Football Coach (2005)
MEd, Bowling Green State University, 2002
BA, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1999

Maryann Stillwell
Systems Manager, Admissions (1977)

Andrea C. Stokes
LGBT Community Coordinator (2005)
BA, Oberlin College, 2005

Darrick Strange
Database Administrator (1996)
MA, Webster University, 1993
BA, Oberlin College, 1973

Kathryn Stuart
Dean of Studies (1991)
DMA, Cornell University, 1996
MMus, Eastman School of Music, 1976
BMus, Eastman School of Music, 1974

David H. Stull
Dean, Conservatory of Music (2000)
MM, University of Wisconsin, 2000
BA/BM, Oberlin College, 1990

Kristen M. Surovjak
Assistant Director, Admissions (2001)
PhD, University of Charleston, 2001
BA, Kenyon College, 1997

John Talbert
Electronic Music Engineer (1978)
MS, Illinois State University, 1978
BS, Indiana University, 1974

Barbara Y. Thomas
Psychologist (1994)
PhD, Kent State University, 1987
MA, Cleveland State University, 1978
BA, Oberlin College, 1972

Loic Thommeret
Lecturer/Faculty-in-Residence, French (2002)
PhD, University of California, 2002
ABD, CEDiFLE, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1983, 1988
BA, MA, Université du Maine, 1982, 1983

Karen C. Tijanich
Assistant Director, Financial Aid (2003)
AAB, Lorain County Community College, 2002
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1997

Anne R. Trubek
Coordinator, Community-Based Writing Program (1997)
PhD, Temple University, 1998
MA, Temple University, 1993
AB, Oberlin College, 1988

Rebecca R. Tucker
Village and Co-op Housing Director (2004)
MEd, Ohio University, 2004
BS, University of Cincinnati, 2000

Mary S. Tvaroha
Manager of Employee Relations (1989)

Molly J. Tyson
Director, Residential Education (2004)
MA, Bowling Green State University, 2000
BS, University of Pittsburgh, Bradford, 1998

Victoria Vaughan
Assistant Director, Opera Theater (2000)
MS, Indiana University, 2000
PhD, University of Southampton, UK, 1998
BMus, University of Surrey, UK, 1992

Edward R. Vermue
Special Collections/Preservation Librarian (2000)
MLIS, University of Western Ontario, 1995
MA, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1989
HBA, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1984

Kelly L. Viancourt
Editor, Alumni Magazine (1998)
MEd, Kent State University, 1994
BA, Miami University, 1989

Kevin J. Walz
Head Lacrosse Coach (2002)
BA, Winona State University, 2001

Scott A. Wargo
Director, Media Relations (1989)
MS, Kent State University, 1989
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1987

Keith A. Watkins
Associate Director, Residential Education/Facilities/Custodial Services (2001)

Ronald R. Watts
Vice President for Finance (1977)
BS, Bowling Green State University, 1976

Kristine R. Weber
Assistant Director, Student Accounts (1999)
BS, Ashland University, 1996

Anne Elizabeth Weiss
Associate Director, Conservatory Admissions (1994)
BM, Eastman School of Music, 1986

Kim E. Wiggerly
Benefits Administrator (2001)
BBA, Tiffin University, 2004

Jane V. Wildman
Senior Women Administrator (1998)
MA, Kent State University, 1999
BA, Denison University, 1993

Stephanie Wiles
Director, Allen Memorial Art Museum (2004)
PhD, City University of New York, 2001
MA, Hunter College, 1987
BA, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 1981

Evelyn L. Wilkins
Secretary of Oberlin Shansi (2003)

Natalie J. Winkelfoos
Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2005)

Paul J. Wolansky
Director of Alumni Outreach and Education (2002)
MA, Bowling Green State University, 1990
BA, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1988

Cheryl A. Wolfe-Cragin
Facilities Manager/Education Coordinator (1984)
BA, Oberlin College, 1989

Colleen M. Wrenn
Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions (2004)
MA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
BS, College of William and Mary, 2002

M. Danielle Young
Assistant Director of Alumni Events (2005)
BA, Colorado State University, 1993

Jane R. Zuzek
Computer Systems Manager (1997)
BS, Kent State University, 1987

Frederick S. Zwegat
Director, Audiovisual Services (1987)
MEd, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1980
BA, St. Vincent College, 1971

Tina W. C. Zwegat
Associate Director, Student Union (1987)
MA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1986
BA, Seton Hill College, 1983
AAS, Westmoreland County Community College, 1976

Organization

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The Board of Trustees consists of thirty members; the President of the College is ex officio a member of the Board. Twenty-one are Board-elected Trustees, and six are Alumni-elected Trustees. Three additional Trustees (“Class Trustees”) are elected, one from the Class most recently graduated, and one each from the two preceding classes. The government of the College is legally vested in the corporation constituted.

There have been thirteen presidents of the College:

Asa Mahan   1835-1850
Charles Grandison Finney   1851-1866
James Harris Fairchild   1866-1889
William Gay Ballantine   1891-1896
John Henry Barrows   1899-1902
Henry Churchill King   1902-1927
Ernest Hatch Wilkins   1927-1946
William Edwards Stevenson   1946-1960
Robert Kenneth Carr   1960-1970
Robert Works Fuller   1970-1974
Emil Charles Danenberg   1975-1982
S. Frederick Starr   1983-1994
Nancy Schrom Dye   1994-

The Board of Trusteees

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December 1, 2005

Listed below are members of the Board of Trustees and the beginning and ending years of their terms of service. The designation * indicates that person’s election by fellow-alumni to a six-year term; the designation ** indicates that person’s election to a three-year term by alumni of the three most recent graduating classes.

Robert S. Lemle ‘75 BA
Chair, Board of Trustees
1996-2008
Bethpage NY

Kennette Benedict * ‘69 BA
2004-2010
Chicago, IL

Nancy S. Dye
President & Trustee ex Officio
1994-
Oberlin OH

Karen G. Flint ‘64 BMus
1981-2009
Greenville DE

Karen Florini * ‘79 BA
|Vice Chair, Board of Trustees
1996-2009
Washington DC

Robert J. Frascino * ‘74 BA
2001-2007
Los Altos CA

Philip C. Hanawalt ‘54 AB/’97h
1998-2010
Stanford CA

Victor J. Hymes ‘79 BMus
2000-2009
San Francisco CA

Peter J. Kirsch ‘79 BA
2000-2006
Denver CO

Stewart A. Kohl ‘77 AB
2003-2007
Cleveland OH

Michael J. Lythcott * ‘70 AB
2003-2009
Marlboro NJ

Roberta Maneker ‘57 AB
1996-2006
New York NY

Joseph I. Markoff * ‘65 BA
1999-2011
Moorestown NJ

Clyde S. McGregor ‘74 BA
1999-2008
Chicago IL

Joseph L. Molder * ‘53 AB
2000-2006
Middlebury CT

Reginald Patterson**’05 BA/BM
2002-2008
Guadalupe French West Indies

Judith J. Plows ‘67 AB
1997-2010
New York NY

Adam Sorkin ** ‘04 BA
2004-2007
Cambridge, MA

Harry R. Stang ‘59 AB
1997-2009
Pacific Palisades CA

Susan J. Troy ‘76 BA
2005-2011
Los Angeles, CA

Elizabeth Welch
2004-2010
Seattle, WA

Ni’Ja Whitson ** ‘03 BA
2003-2006
Gahanna OH

Danette Wineberg * ‘68 BA
2005-2011
Stratham, NH

 

 

Honorary Trustees

Dates indicate period of active service.

George R. Bent, II
‘52 AB
1973-2003
Rocky River OH

Katherine Blauvelt ‘02 BA
2002-2005
Ann Arbor, MI

John R. Brown, Jr. ‘33 AB/’35 AM/’86h
1963-1984
Cedar Rapids IA

Martha M. Dalton ‘41 BMus
1964-1980
Cleveland OH

Joan Danforth
1988-1994
San Francisco CA

Andrew Delaney ‘42 AB
1980-1993
Houston TX

Lawrence J. Dolan
1999-2005
Cleveland OH

John Dixon Elder ‘53 AB
1979-1991
Burdett NY

Joseph W. Elder ‘51 AB
1971-1983
Madison WI

Lee I. Fisher ‘73 BA
1992-2004
Cleveland OH

James W. Ford ‘45 AB
1988-1998
Ann Arbor MI

Amy J. Gittler * ‘72 BA
1991-2003
Phoenix AZ

John H. Gutfreund ‘51 AB/’87h
1971-1986
New York NY

Jane D. Highsaw ‘41 AB
1978-1990
Chevy Chase MD

Priscilla S. Hunt ‘51 AB
1976-1992
Cambridge MA

Thomas J. Klutznick ‘61 AB
1975-2006
Chicago IL

Lloyd N. Morrisett ‘51 AB/’71h
1972-1989
New York NY

Eric T. Nord ‘90h
1977-1990
Oberlin OH

William R. Perlik ‘48 AB/ ‘00h
1978-2000
Washington DC

Delia C. Pitts ‘72 BA
1993-2004
Princeton NJ

William Robinson ‘63 AB
1993-2005
Washington DC

Barbara W. Rostov ‘61 AB
1999-2005
Miami FL

Robert I. Rotberg ‘55 AB
1983-1995
Lexington MA

Stephen D. Rountree
1998-2005
Los Angeles CA

John N. Stern ‘39 AB/’89h
1975-1988
Winnetka IL/Boca Raton FL

Victor J. Stone ‘42 AB/’83h
1982-1997
Champaign IL

Myron R. Szold ‘56 AB
1996-2005
Chicago IL

F. Champion Ward ‘32 AB/’35 AM/’98h
1959-1978
North Branford CT

Allison B. Vulgamore ‘80 BMus
1994-2004
Atlanta GA

William H. Warren ‘48 AB
1992-1996
New Haven VT

Alan L. Wurtzel ‘55 AB
1989-1997
Washington DC

 

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