Mini College Speakers 2010

Helen Alexander
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Paul Atchley
Associate Dean for Online and Professional Education, Professor of Psychology
Ford Ballantyne
Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Phil Baringer
Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Jessica Beeson
Director of Alumni and Community Engagement, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Strong Hall, Room 200
David Besson
Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Chris Crandall
Professor of Psychology
Ann Cudd
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Brian Daldorph
Assistant Professor of English
Lynn Davidman
Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies, Sociology and Religious Studies
Candace Dunback
Curator for the Booth Family Hall of Athletics
Susan Earle
Curator of European & American Art at the Spencer Museum of Art
Ben Eggleston
Associate Professor of Philosophy
David Ekerdt
Director of the Gerontology Center
Tamara Falicov
Associate Professor of Film & Media Studies
Diane Fourny
Associate Professor of Humanities & Western Civilization
David Frayer
Professor of Anthropology
Jennifer Gleason
Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Steve Goddard
Professor of Art History, Senior Curator of Spencer Museum of Art
Maryemma Graham
Distinguished Professor of English
Bernadette Gray-Little
Chancellor of the University of Kansas
Megan Greene
Associate Professor of History
Christopher Haufler
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Lecturer of Journalism and Consultant with Griffin Communications Group
Steve Hawley
Professor of Physics & Astronomy
Thomas Heilke
Professor of Political Science
Shirley Hill
Professor of Sociology
Nicole Hodges Persley
Assistant Professor of Theatre
Stephen Ilardi
Associate Professor of Psychology
Professor Emeritus of French, Humanities & Western Civilization
Ted Juhl
Associate Professor of Economics
William Keel
Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures
Susan Kemper
Roberts Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Liz Kowalchuk
Associate Professor, Department of Visual Art
Leonard Krishtalka
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Director of Biodiversity Institute
Bill Lacy
Director of the Dole Institute of Politics
Michael Lynch
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Stuart Macdonald
Associate Professor of Molecular Biosciences
Beverly Mack
Professor of African and African-American Studies
Don Marquis
Professor of Philosophy
Jerry Masinton
Professor Emeritus of English
Marshall Maude
Assistant Professor of Ceramics
Brent Metz
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Jim Mielke
Associate Dean for Social & Behavioral Sciences
Tim Miller
Professor of Religious Studies
Michael Murray
Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy
Sharon O'Brien
Associate Professor of Political Science
Mariya Omelicheva
Associate Professor of Political Science
Joshua Rosenbloom
Professor of Economics
Robert Rowland
Professor of Communication Studies
John Rury
Professor of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Tracy Russo
Associate Professor of Communication Studies
Randy Scott
Executive Chairman of Genomic Health
Greg Simpson
Professor of Psychology
Visitor Services Coordinator for the Natural History Museum
Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing
Don Steeples
Interim Dean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Distinguished Professor of Geology
Celka Straughn
Andrew W. Mellon Director of Academic Programs for the Spencer Museum of Art
Kansas Historian
Don Stull
Professor of Anthropology
Associate Dean of International Studies and Professor of History
Barney Warf
Professor of Geography
Kim Warren
Associate Professor of History
Robert Weaver
Professor Emeritus of Molecular Biosciences
James Woelfel
Professor of Philosophy
Michael J. Zogry
Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Director of Indigenous Studies

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