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Pitzer College    
 
    
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
2012-13 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Trustees, Administration and Faculty



Board of Trustees Officers

Robin M. Kramer, Chair

William G. Brunger, Vice Chair

Laura Skandera Trombley, President

Yuet Lee, Treasurer and Vice President for Administration

Lori Yoshino, Associate Treasurer and Associate Vice President for Administration

Angela Chan, Assistant Controller

Jennifer Berkley, Secretary

Members of the Board of Trustees

Hirschel B. Abelson P’92

President, Stralem & Company, Inc.

Martin B. Adelstein P’14

21 Laps/Adelstein Productions

Bridget Baker ‘82

President, NBC Universal TV Networks Distribution

Robert Bookman P’07

Agent & Partner, Creative Artists Agency

Donnaldson Brown ‘82

Brooklyn, New York

Harold A. Brown

Partner, Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown, Inc.

William G. Brunger DM P’01

Principal, Brunger Consulting, LLC

S. Mohan Chandramohan

La Canada Flintridge, California

Steven Chang ‘83

Managing Director, State Street Bank & Trust Co.

Richard W. Cook P’13

The Cook Company

Richard D’Avino P’10

Vice President & Senior Tax Counsel, General Electric Company

Susan G. Dolgen P’97

Wood River Ventures

Vicki Kates Gold P’15

Community Outreach Specialist, Jewish Family Service/Family Violence Project/Haven House

Gilbert V. Gonzales ‘03

Director of Public and Government Affairs, Vons/Safeway

Donald P. Gould

President and Chief Investment Officer, Gould Asset Management, LLC

Susan E. Hollander ‘79

Partner, K & L Gates LLP

Deborah Bach Kallick ‘78

Vice President, Government & Industry Relations, Cedars-Sinai Health System

Robin M. Kramer ‘75

Chair of the Board; Senior Advisor, The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands

John Landgraf ‘84

President and General Manager, FX Networks

Mark London P’14

Partner, London & Mead

Magdalena Marquet P’12 & P’14

AltheaDx, Inc.

Julie Mazer ‘80 & P’09 & P’15

Owner/Instructor, The Home Stretch Studio

Joyce Ostin P’13

Los Angeles, California

Arnold Palmer

Senior Vice President, SMH Capital

Shana Passman P’04 & P’08

Beverly Hills, California

Ann E. Pitzer

La Jolla, California

Paula B, Pretlow P’08 & P’13

San Francisco, CA

Susan S. Pritzker P’93

Chicago, Illinois

Alissa Okuneff Roston ‘78 & P’06

Beverly Hills, California

Edwin Ryu P’14

Legacy Wealth Advisors, LLC

Steven R. Scheyer ‘80 & P’10

Chief Executive Officer, Optimer Brands

Margot Levin Schiff P’90 & P’95

Chicago, Illinois

William D. Sheinberg ‘83 & P’12

Partner, The Bubble Factory

Shahan Soghikian ‘80

Managing Director, Panorama Capital

Lisa Specht

Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

Eugene P. Stein

Vice Chairman, Capital Strategy Research, Inc.

Laura Skandera Trombley, PhD

President, Pitzer College

Charlie Woo

CEO, Megatoys

Emeriti Trustees

Robert H. Atwell

Former President, Pitzer College

Constance Austin P’78

Los Angeles, California

Eli Broad P’78

The Broad Foundations

Harvey J. Fields, PhD, P’85

Rabbi Emeritus, Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Patricia G. Hecker P’76

St. Louis, Missouri

Marilyn Chapin Massey, PhD

Former President, Pitzer College

Murray Pepper, PhD

President, Home Silk Properties, Inc.

Edith L. Piness, PhD

Director & Secretary to the Board, San Francisco Museum & Historical Society

Russell M. Pitzer, PhD.

Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Chemistry, The Ohio State University

Richard J. Riordan

Former Mayor, City of Los Angeles

Deborah Deutsch Smith, PhD ‘68

Professor of Special Education & Director, IRIS-West, Claremont Graduate University.

Administration

Elizabeth Affuso, Academic Director/Adjunct Assistant Professor for Intercollegiate Media Studies, 2011. (see faculty)

Laurie Babcock, Web Architect, 2003. BA, University of Redlands.

Mark Bailey, Vice President for Communications, Marketing & Public Relations, 2012. BS, MS, Syracuse University.

Michael Ballagh, Associate Vice President for International Programs, 1999. BA Trinity College, Dublin; MA, Louisiana State University; PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

Martha Barcenas-Mooradian, Associate Director for the Community Engagement Center, 2010. BA, Universidad Veracruzana; MA, Ohio University; PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

Jennifer Berkley, Assistant Vice President/Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 1994. BA, Whittier College; MA, Claremont Graduate University; PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

Kirk Bernal, Residence Director, 2012. B.S., California State Polytechnic University; M.S., Azusa Pacific University.

Marni Bobich, Director of Human Resources, 2010. BA, Pennsylvania State University; MBA Pepperdine University.

Brenda Bolinger, Associate Director of Stewardship and Development Communications, 2012. BA,Whitworth College.

Thomas Borowski, Coordinator of the Intercollegiate Neuroscience Program and Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, 2004. (See Faculty).

Nigel Boyle, Associate Dean for Global Local Programs, Director I-GLAS, and I-GLAS Chair In Political Studies, 1992. (See Faculty).

Christopher Brunelle, Assistant Dean of Students, 2004. BA, Bradford College.

Linda Bunch, Career Counselor, 2004. BA, University of the Pacific; MA, Azusa Pacific University.

Larry Burik, Assistant Vice President for Campus Facilities, 2005. BS, Pennsylvania State University; MS, University of Southern California.

Kyle Butts, Assistant Director of Information Technology/Technical Services, 1999.

Kiara Canjura, Associate Director of Human Resources, 1999. BA, Pitzer College; MPA, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Margaret Carothers, Director of Financial Aid, 1987. BA, Pitzer College.

Moya Carter, Dean of Students, 2001. BA, MA, Azusa Pacific University.

Karen Casey, Assistant Director of Study Abroad and International Programs, 2008. AB, Middlebury College.

Chris Castañeda, Computer Lab Supervisor, 2008. BA, Pitzer College.

Angela Chan, Assistant Controller, 2011. BA, California State University, Los Angeles.

Anna Chang, Director of Communications, 2009. BS, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Tressi Mehana Chun, Housing Coordinator, 2001. BA, University of La Verne.

Joseph Clements, Arboretum and Grounds Manager, 2001. BA, Whittier College.

Cheryl Cobbina, Residence Director, 2012. B.A., M.S., Syracuse University.

Gabriela Contreras, Senior Graphic Designer, 2007. BA, California State University, San Bernardino.

Mark Crawbuck, Assistant Director of Facilities and Custodial Services, 1995.

Dennis Crowley, CX/Web Applications Support Manager, 2008.

Kebokile Dengu-Zvobgo, Associate Dean of International Programs, 2002. BS, University of Rhodesia. MS, Edinburgh University. MBA, University of Zimbabwe.

Joseph Dickson, Web Coordinator/and P.R. Assistant, 2009. BS, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Margie Donahue, Director of Darjeeling/Nepal Program, 1990.

Mike Donahue, Director of Intercultural Education and Pitzer Programs, 1984.

Matthew Donato, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Career Services, 2012. BS, Georgetown University.

Megan Dooley, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, 2012. BA, Pitzer College.

Michelle Dymerski, Site Director of California International Studies and Education Project (CISEP), 2006. BA, University of California, Riverside; MEd, Claremont Graduate University; MA, California State University, San Bernardino.

Ciara Ennis, Director/Curator of Campus Galleries, 2007. BA, Norwich School of Art; MA, Royal College of Art.

Stephanie Estrada, Senior Graphic Designer, 2006. BA, California State University, Fullerton.

Teresa Flores Roberts, Assistant Director for Career Services, 1996, BA, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Robert Fossum, Director of Special Programs, 1985. BA, Pitzer College.

Jamie Francis, Director of Study Abroad and International Program Services, 2000. BA, University of Montana.

Edward Gonzalez, Assistant Director of Media Studies Production, 2004. BA, Pitzer College.

Sandy Hamilton, Director, Academic Administration/Office of Graduate Fellowships, 1987, BA, Pitzer College; MA, Claremont Graduate University.

Jill Hawthorne, Associate Dean and Director of Academic Support, 2012. B.A., Pitzer College; M.Ed. University of Massachusetts, Amherst; EdD, University of California, Irvine.

Brooke Hendrickson, Senior Director of Alumni and Parent Programs, 2007. BA, University of California, Davis.

Tessa Hicks Peterson, Assistant Professor in Urban Studies and Associate Vice President of the Community Engagement Center, 2006. (See Faculty)

Carol Holtrust, Director of Advancement Services, 2008. BS, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Stephanie Hutin, Director of Media Studies Production Services, 2008. BFA, University of Florida; MFA, California Institute of Arts.

Daniel Irving, Assistant Director of Admission, 2008. BA, Pitzer College.

Angel Jauregui, CX User and Portal Support Manager, 1997. BS, ITT Technical Institute.

Barbara Junisbai, Assistant Dean of Faculty, 2011. BA, San Francisco State University; MIS, PhD, Indiana University.

Pati LaBelle, Executive Assistant to the VP for Administration/Treasurer, 2001.

Melanie Lacy, Executive Assistant to the President, 2012. BS, MS, University of La Verne.

Yuet K. Lee, Vice President for Administration and Treasurer, 2008. BS, MBA, University of Southern California.

Beville Lloyd, Assistant Director of Maintenance Operations and Construction, 2006.

Hortensia Lopez, Senior Payroll Administrator, 2011. BS, MBA, University of Phoenix.

James Marchant, Vice President for Student Affairs, 1995. BA, University of Redlands; MA, Claremont Graduate University.

Charlotte Martinson, Senior Financial Analyst, 2008. BA, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Victor Milhon-Martin, Manager of Instructional Services, 1997. BA, Azusa Pacific University.

Cheryl Morales, Associate Registrar, 1997. BA, Azusa Pacific University; MA, Claremont Graduate University.

Maxwell Morris, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, 2012. BA, Claremont McKenna College.

Veronica Moy, Associate Director of Parent Relations, 2010.

Angel Pérez, Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid, 2007. BA, Skidmore College; MA, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Constance Pérez, Assistant Director for Admissions, 2005. BA, Pitzer College.

Eva Peters, Registrar, 2010, BCom, Gujarat University; MBA, Azusa Pacific University.

Chris Peterson, Server/Desktop Manager, 1999. BS, California State University, Long Beach.

Susan Phillips, Academic Director of the Pitzer Program in Ontario/Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, 2002. (See Faculty).

Thomas Poon, Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and ALO, 2008. (See Faculty).

Muriel Poston, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, 2012. BA, Stanford University; MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

Holly Preble, Associate Vice President for Advancement, 2011. BA, California State University, Sacramento; MA, University of San Francisco; EdD, University of Southern California.

Lynn Price, Residential Network Technician, 2004. BA, Pitzer College.

Sandy Reeves, Office Manager for College Advancement, 1978. BA, Pitzer College.

Gloria Romo, Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid, 1999.

Jason E. Rivera, Director of Institutional Research, 2010. BA, Pitzer College; MA, Claremont Graduate University; PhD candidate, Claremont Graduate University.

Vanessa Ruiz, Associate Director of Advancement Services, 2002.

Laura Salazar-Wicker, Assistant Director of Special Events, 2008. BA, Pitzer College.

Todd Sasaki, Director of International Programs, 2002. BA, Swarthmore College.

Katrina Sitar, Director of Faculty Services, 2007. BA, Pitzer College.

Laura Skandera Trombley, President, 2002. BA, MA, Pepperdine University; PhD, University of Southern California. (See Faculty).

Jonathan Soon, CX/Web Portal Programmer, 2005. BS, University of California, Los Angeles.

Michael Spicer, Director of Annual Giving, 2007. BA, Skidmore College.

Stefani Stallard, Interim Director of the Writing Center, 2012. BA, University of California, Santa Barbara; MA, PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

Adrian Stevens, Vice President for College Advancement, 2008. BA, Berea College; MS, Hope International University; PhD Candidate, University of La Verne.

Jim Stricks, Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations, 2001. BA, Cornell University; MAT., University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Stephen Tanenbaum, Major Gifts Officer, 2011. BA, Claremont McKenna College; JD, Loyola Marymount College.

Brendan Thyne, Coordinator for Substance Abuse Education & Outreach, 2006. BA, California State University, Northridge; MA, National University.

Pamela Tintle-Jones, Major Gifts Officer, 2011. BA, Loyola Marymount College; MA, University of Redlands.

Stephanie Velasco Poserio, Director of the Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS), 2002. BA, University of California, Irvine; MEd, Harvard University.

Christine Victorino, Director of Academic Assessment, 2011. BSc, Queen’s University; BEd, University of Toronto; MA, California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo; PhD, UC Santa Barbara.

Rita Watts, Executive Assistant for Advancement, 2008.

Teresa Wilmott, Director for Prospect Research and Management, 2009. BA, University of California, San Diego.

Santiago Ybarra, Associate Director of Admission, 2010. BA, Pomona College.

Lori Yoshino, Associate Vice President for Administration/Associate Treasurer, 1997. BS, University of Pennsylvania; M.BA, California State University, Fullerton.

Sonya Young, Administrative Coordinator of Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS), 2001.

Xiaoyu (Joanne) Zhang, Assistant Director of Information Technology/User Services, 1993. MA University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia; MA California State University, Los Angeles.

Donna Zinser, Operations Manager for the Office of Admission, 1986.

Faculty

++Rita Alcalá, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and Chicano Studies; Scripps College, 1995. BA University of Texas, El Paso; MA, PhD Candidate, University of Texas, Austin.

Ahmed Alwishah, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, 2009. BA, Baghdad University; MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

William Anthes, Associate Professor of Art History, 2006. BFA, MA, University of Colorado; PhD, University of Minnesota.

Brent Armendinger, Assistant Professor, English & World Literature/Creative Writing, 2008. BA, Bard College; MFA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

*Jennifer A. Armstrong, Associate Professor of Biology, 2003. BS, New Mexico State University; PhD, University of California, San Diego.

Genetics, cell and molecular biology; chromatin dynamics and gene regulation in the fruit fly.

David Bachman, Associate Professor of Mathematics, 2004. BS, State University of New York at Binghamton; PhD, University of Texas, Austin.

Mita Banerjee, Professor of Psychology, 1992. BA, University of British Columbia; MA, University of Michigan; PhD, University of Michigan.

Emotional development, children’s folk theories, relationship between conceptual knowledge and social adjustment, peer relationships, family and divorce.

+Dipannita Basu, Professor of Sociology and Black Studies, 1995. BS, University of London, Chelsea College; PhD, Manchester University, Manchester Business School. Research Associate, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Polytechnic; Research Associate, Center for Race and Ethnic Relations, Warwick University; Lecturer, Liverpool Polytechnic, Manchester Business School.

Jill K. Benton, Professor Emerita of English, 1984. BA, University of California, Riverside; MA, PhD, University of California, San Diego.

Michelle Berenfeld, Assistant Professor of Classics, 2010. MA, PhD, New York University.

Timothy Berg, Assistant Professor of Art, 2008. BA, University of Colorado, Boulder; MFA, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.

**Betty Bernhard, Professor of Theatre, 1984. BA, Western Michigan University; MS, PhD, University of Oregon.

Sumangala Bhattacharya, Associate Professor of English and World Literature, 2006. AB, Smith College; MA, University of North Texas; PhD, University of Southern California.

*Kersey A. Black, Professor of Chemistry, 1986. BS, San Diego State University; PhD, University of Oregon. Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut de Chimie Organique, Universite de Lausanne; Visiting Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University and University of Oregon.

Computational investigation of chemical reactivity and reactive intermediates; development of software for chemical education.

James B. Bogen, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, 1967. BA, Pomona College; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Alicia Bonaparte, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 2008. BA, Spelman College; MA, PhD, Vanderbilt University.

Thomas Borowski, Coordinator, 5-C Neuroscience Program/Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. BA, University of Winnipeg; MSc, PhD, University of Saskatchewan.

Harvey J. Botwin, Professor Emeritus of Economics, 1967. BA, MA, University of Miami; MA, Princeton University.

Nigel Boyle, Associate Dean for Global Local Programs; Director, I-GLAS, and I-GLAS Chair in Political Studies, 1992. BA, Liverpool University; MA, Virginia Tech; PhD, Duke University. SSRC and American Council of Learned Societies Doctoral Fellow; Instructor, Duke University; Lecturer, Junior Dean and Teaching Fellow, University College, Oxford; Fulbright Scholar, University of Landau, Germany.

European and comparative politics; the welfare state; labor unions.

++Raymond Buriel, Harry S. and Madge Rice Thatcher Professor of Psychology and Professor of Chicano/a Latino/a Studies4, Pomona College, 1977. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Riverside.

++Jose Z. Calderón, Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Chicano Studies, 1991. BA, University of Colorado; MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles. Lecturer, Aims College and the University of Northern Colorado.

Emily Chao, Professor of Anthropology, 1996. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, New School for Social Research; PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

*Melissa J. Coleman, Associate Professor of Biology, 2006. BS Samford University; PhD, The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Neurobiology, neurophysiology, neural basis of behavior, neural control of auditoryvocal learning in songbirds.

*Newton H. Copp, Professor of Biology, 1980. BA, Occidental College; MA, PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara. Assistant Professor, University of Redlands.

Animal behavior; vertebrate and invertebrate physiology; neurobiology.

*Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert, Associate Professor of Biology, 2000. BA, Swarthmore College; PhD, Cornell University Medical College/Sloan-Kettering Institute.

Cell and Molecular Biology; pre-mRNA splicing in yeast.

Lewis J. Ellenhorn, Professor Emeritus, Psychology, 1966. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

*Clyde H. Eriksen, Professor Emeritus of Biology and Emeritus Director, Bernard Biological Field Station of The Claremont Colleges, 1967. BA, University of California, Santa Barbara; MS, University of Illinois; PhD, University of Michigan.

Roberta Espinoza, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 2012. BA, Pomona College; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

+Halford H. Fairchild, Professor of Psychology and Black Studies, 1993. BA, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, California State University, Los Angeles; MA, PhD, The University of Michigan.

Social psychology; African American psychology; intergroup and race relations, survey research.

Paul Faulstich, Professor of Environmental Analysis, 1991. BA, Pitzer College; MA, Stanford University; PhD, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Cultural ecology; ecological design; the ecology of expressive culture; Aboriginal Australia.

Maya Federman, Professor of Economics, 1998. BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MA, PhD Harvard University.

Labor economics, education, public finance.

*Patrick M. Ferree, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2010. BS, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; MS, Wake Forest University; PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Genetics, molecular biology, and early development of Drosophila (fruit flies) and Nasonia (jewel wasps); chromosome structure and evolution; host-pathogen interactions.

+Lorn S. Foster, Charles and Henrietta Johnson Detoy Professor of American Government and Professor of Politics, Pomona College, 1978. BA, California State University, Los Angeles; AM, PhD, University of Illinois.

Carmen Fought, Professor of Linguistics, 1998. BA, MA, Stanford University; PhD, University of Pennsylvania.

Phonology; bilingual language acquisition; sociolinguistics.

*Anthony F. Fucaloro, Professor of Chemistry, 1974. BS, Polytechnic University; PhD, University of Arizona. Postdoctoral Research Associate, New Mexico State University and University of New Orleans.

Molecular spectroscopy, especially luminescence; electron impact.

David Furman, Professor of Art Emeritus, 1973. BA, University of Oregon; MFA, University of Washington.

++Javier Galvez, Instructor of Dance, 1968. BA, Pomona College; Universidad Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico.

*Sarah E. Gilman, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2010. BS, Stanford University; PhD., University of California, Davis.

Marine ecology; invertebrate biology; climate change ecology; biophysical ecology; population biology.

Stephen L. Glass, John A. McCarthy Professor Emeritus of Classics, 1964. BA, Pomona College; MA, PhD, University of Pennsylvania.

Glenn A. Goodwin, Professor Emeritus, Sociology, 1969. BA, State University of New York, Buffalo; PhD, Tulane University.

+++Sharon Goto, Professor of Psychology and Asian American Studies, Pomona College, 1995. B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.A., PhD., University of Illinois.

*Scot A. C. Gould, Professor of Physics, 1991. AB, Middlebury College; PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Surface physics; scanning probe microscopy; polymers; fluidized cracking catalysts; image processing; physics of sports.

Judith V. Grabiner, Flora Sanborn Pitzer Professor of Mathematics, 1985. BS, University of Chicago; MA, PhD, Harvard University. Woodrow Wilson Fellow; National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow; American Council of Learned Societies Fellow; National Science Foundation Research Grant; National Science Foundation Faculty Professional Development Fellowship; Professor of History, California State University, Dominguez Hills; Visiting Scholar, University of Leeds, England; Visiting Scholar, University of Edinburgh, Scotland; Visiting Scholar, Department of History, Cambridge University.

History of mathematics and science.

Allen J. Greenberger, Professor Emeritus, History, 1966. BA, MA, PhD, University of Michigan.

*Daniel A. Guthrie, Professor Emeritus, Biology, 1964. BA, Amherst College; MA, Harvard University; PhD, University of Massachusetts.

*David E. Hansen, Weinberg Family Dean of Science and Roberts Fellow, 2009. ScB, Brown University; PhD, Harvard University. National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator Award.

Bioorganic chemistry, design and synthesis of self-assembling organic nanostructures.

+Laura A. Harris, Professor of English and World Literature and Black Studies, 1997. BA, San Diego State University; MA, PhD, University of California, San Diego.

*Mary E. Hatcher-Skeers, Professor of Chemistry, 1998. BA, University of California, San Diego; MS, San Francisco State University; PhD, University of Washington. NIH Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Brandeis University.

Applications of nuclear resonance spectroscopy in determining the structure of DNA and other biological macromolecules.

Leah Herman, Instructor in English Language, 1994. BA, MA, University of California, Riverside; Academic Director for Kobe Program; Academic Director for Waseda Program; Assistant Director of PACE: University and Professional English; homestay coordinator; academic advisor for exchange students.

Critical analysis, academic writing, public speaking for international students.

Geoffrey Herrera, Fletcher Jones Professor of Political Studies, 2010. MA, PhD, Princeton University.

Melinda Herrold-Menzies, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, 2005. PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Tessa Hicks Peterson, Associate Vice President, CEC and Assistant Professor in Urban Studies, 2006. PhD., Claremont Graduate University.

Melissa Hidalgo, Assistant Professor of English and World Literature, 2011. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, University of Chicago; PhD, University of California, San Diego.

*James Conway Higdon, Professor of Physics, 1987. BA, University of Pennsylvania; PhD, University of California, Los Angeles. Research Associate, Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Fellow of the American Physical Society.

Astrophysics, fluid dynamics, biophysics.

Todd Honma, Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies, 2012. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, PhD, University of Southern California.

**Arthur Horowitz, Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance, Pomona College, 2004. B.A., Hofstra University; Ph.D., University of California, Davis.

Jim Hoste, Professor of Mathematics, 1989. AB, MA, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, University of Utah. National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Couront Institute, New York University; Hill Assistant Professor, Rutgers University; Assistant Professor, Oregon State University; Visiting Assistant Professor, Pomona College; Visiting Scholar, University of Melbourne, Australia; Visiting Scholar, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California; Visiting Scholar, University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI; Scholar-in-Residence, Pitzer College, 1999.

Low-dimensional topology, knot theory, computer applications to topology.

+Eric Hurley, Associate Professor of Psychology and Africana Studies, Pomona College, 2007. B.A., University of Florida, Gainesville; M.A., Ph.D., Howard University.

Thomas L. Ilgen, Professor Emeritus, Political Studies, 1985. BA, Oberlin College; MA, PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara.

+Agnes Moreland Jackson, Professor Emerita of English and Black Studies, 1969. AB, University of Redlands; MA, University of Washington; PhD, Columbia University.

+Phyllis Jackson, Associate Professor of Art and Art History, 1993. BA, Reed College; MA, PhD, Northwestern University. Visiting Lecturer, Northwestern University; Visiting Lecturer, School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Carina L. Johnson, Associate Professor of History, 2002. PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Spanish empire, gender, early modern Europe.

Alan P. Jones, Professor of Psychology/Neuroscience, 1986. BS, University of Massachusetts; MA, Princeton University; PhD, University of Massachusetts; NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Colorado Medical School; Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College.

Development of control of appetitive behavior; effects of early nutritional and metabolic factors in development; neural and metabolic factors in the ontogeny of obesity.

Ethel Jorge, Professor of Spanish, 1999. BA, MA, Universidad de la Habana, Havana, Cuba; PhD, The Union Institute, Ohio.

Alexandra Juhasz, Professor of Media Studies, 1995. BA, Amherst College; Whitney Independent Studio Program; PhD, New York University; Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Bryn Mawr College.

Documentary video production; women’s film and feminist film theory.

Azamat Junisbai, Assistant Professor, Sociology, 2009. BA, Kazakh State University, Kazakhstan; MA, PhD, Indiana University.

Timothy Justus, Assistant Professor of Psychology, 2012. BA, Case Western Reserve University; MA, Dartmouth; PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Brian L. Keeley, Professor of Philosophy, 2000. BA, University of South Alabama; MSc, University of Sussex (UK); MA, PhD, University of California, San Diego.

Philosophy of neuroscience; philosophy of mind; philosophy of science.

Gina Lamb, Visiting Assistant Professor, Media Studies. BFA, San Francisco Art Institute; MFA, University of California, Los Angeles.

***Michael Deane Lamkin, Professor of Music, 1977. BME, MM, Baylor University; PhD, University of Iowa. Studied also at American Institute of Musical Studies, Freiburg, Germany and Graz, Austria. Assistant Professor, William Penn College; Professor and Head of Department of Music, Martin College; Visiting Professor of Voice, University of North Alabama; Orchestral Conductor and Chorus Master, American Institute of Graz; Conducting Faculty, Classical Music Seminar, Eisenstadt, Austria; Conductor, Opera School, Conservatory of Music, Munich. Recording for PBS and Bravo Cable Network and conducting performances in West Germany, Austria and United States. Pitzer College Joint Music Program.

*Adam Landsberg, Professor of Physics, 1998. BA, Princeton University; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology; Visiting Assistant Professor, Haverford College.

Nonlinear systems; pattern formation, bifurcation theory, chaos, Josephson Junctions.

**Thomas G. Leabhart, Resident Artist and Professor of Theatre, 1982. BA, Rollins College; MA, University of Arkansas; Ecole de Mime Etienne Decroux.

James A. Lehman, Professor Emeritus, Economics, 1981. BA, Davidson College; Thomas J. Watson Fellowship; MA, PhD, Duke University.

+Sidney Lemelle, Professor of History and Africana Studies, Pomona College, 1986. BA, MA, California State University, Los Angeles; PhD, University of California, Los Angeles. Chair, Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies, The Claremont Colleges.

African and African Diasporan History; Black Studies.

Jesse Lerner, Professor of Media Studies, 1998. BA, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, University of Southern California, PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

Jacqueline Levering Sullivan, Assistant Professor in Writing Emerita, 1984. BA, University of Oregon; MA (Art), MA (English), California State University, Fullerton.

Jeffrey C. Lewis, Associate Professor of Organizational Studies and Psychology, Director of Institutional Research, 1990. BA, University of California, Los Angeles; PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Applied social psychology, organizational behavior, speech prosodics and social development.

Leah L. Light, Professor of Psychology, 1970. BA, Wellesley College; PhD, Stanford University. Lecturer, University of California, Riverside; Member of the Professional Staff, Southwest Regional Laboratory for Educational Research and Development, Inglewood.

Human memory and cognition; memory and aging.

**Sherry Linnell, Resident Designer and Professor of Theatre, Pomona College, 1975. BA, MFA, University of California, Irvine.

**Joyce Lu, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance, Pomona College, 2008. B.A., Occidental College; M.F.A., University of Hawaii at Manoa; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

+++Ming-Yuen S. Ma, Professor of Media Studies, 2001, BA, Columbia University; MFA, California Institute of the Arts.

Ronald K. S. Macaulay, Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, 1965. MA, University of St. Andrews; PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

Milton R. Machuca, Assistant Professor of Spanish, 2006. Licenciatura in Psychology, Universidad Centroamericana, El Salvador; MA, PhD, Temple University.

Leda Leitao Martins, Associate Professor, Anthropology, 2004. BA University of Brasilia; MA, PhD, Cornell University.

Ntongela Masilela, Professor Emeritus of Creative Studies, 1989. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

*Margaret Mathies, Professor of Biology Emerita, 1965. BA, Colorado College; PhD, Case Western Reserve University.

Stuart McConnell, Professor of History, 1987. BA, University of Michigan; MA, PhD, Johns Hopkins University. Teaching Fellow, Andrew Mellon Fellow, Johns Hopkins University.

American social/cultural history; labor history; Victoriana, nationalism, media history; Civil War and Reconstruction.

Jessica McCoy, Associate Professor of Art, 2006. BS, MA, MFA, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

*Donald A. McFarlane, Professor of Biology, 1991. BSc, University of Liverpool; MSc, Queens University of Belfast; PhD, University of Southern California.

Evolutionary ecology; biography; late Quaternary paleoecology and extinctions.

Kathryn Miller, Professor of Art, 1993. BSc, George Washington University; MA, Sonoma State University; MFA, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Sculpture/environmental art; drawing.

Sheryl F. Miller, Professor of Anthropology and Distinguished Teaching Chair in Archaeology and Biological Anthropology, 1969. BA, Occidental College; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley. National Science Foundation and Ford Foundation Fellowships.

African archaeology; world prehistory; human evolution; African and Native American ethnography; cultural ecology; ethnic arts.

*John Milton, Professor of Biology, Kenan Chair in Computational Neuroscience, 2004. BS, PhD, MDCM, FRCPC, McGill University. Associate Professor, The University of Chicago; Adjunct Professor Physiology, McGill University; Adjunct Professor of Biology, Keck Graduate Institute.

Computational neuroscience, motor control, development of expertise.

David S. Moore, Professor of Psychology, 1989. BA, Tufts University; MA, PhD, Harvard University; Harvard University Social Science Dissertation Fellow; National Research Service Postdoctoral Fellow, The City University of New York.

Sensory integration in infancy; cognitive development; categorization in infancy; neonatal behavior; electrophysiological methods in the study of infant perception; perception of numerosity in infancy.

*J. Emil Morhardt, Roberts Professor of Biology and Director of the Roberts Environmental Center, 1996. BA, Pomona College; PhD, Rice University; Professor, Assistant Professor, University of Washington.

Vertebrate ecology and physiology; environmental management.

R. Lee Munroe, Research Professor of Anthropology, 1964. PhD, Harvard University.

*Stephen A. Naftilan, Kenneth Pitzer Professor of Physics, 1981. BS, University of Chicago; PhD, Case Western Reserve University. Instructor, University of Southern California and El Camino College.

Binary stars; stellar atmospheres.

Peter M. Nardi, Professor of Sociology; Emeritus, 1975. BA, University of Notre Dame; MA, Colgate University; PhD, University of Pennsylvania.

Lance Neckar, Professor of Environmental Analysis, Chair and Director of the Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability, 2012. BA, Cornell University, MALA, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MLA,, Harvard University.

++Gilda Ochoa, Professor of Sociology and Chicano/a Latino/a Studies, Pomona College, 1997. BA, University of California, Irvine; MA, PhD University of California, Los Angeles.

Jenifer Onstott, Instructor in English Language, 1985 BA, University of California, Santa Barbara; MA, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; MS, California State University, Fullerton. Academic Director, Pitzer Bridge Program.

Second/foreign language pedagogy, critical pedagogy in language learning, community-based education, debate for international students, academic writing. Harmony O’Rourke, Assistant Professor, African History, 2009. BA, Macalester College; PhD candidate, Harvard University.

++Adrian D. Pantoja, Professor of Political Studies and Chicano Studies, 2006. BA, University of San Francisco; MA, PhD, Claremont Graduate University.

+++Joseph D. Parker, Associate Professor of International and Intercultural Studies, 1989. BA, Occidental College; MA, PhD, Harvard University. Visiting Assistant Professor, Stanford University; Assistant Professor, Bucknell University; Visiting Instructor, Carleton College. ; Adjunct Professor, CGU; Lecturer, Department of Liberal Studies, California State University, Los Angeles.

Transnational feminism and gender studies; subaltern studies; neocolonialism and postcolonial studies; globalization and the War on Terror; Orientalism and cultural imperialism; democracy and citizenship; Critical Whiteness Studies; Critical Masculinity Studies; Asian American Studies; East Asian cultural history; East Asian religion; Asian and indigenous sciences; critiques of Eurocentric science and objectivism; critical theory; postmodern social change; open plan field studies; ethico-politics of knowledge; interdisciplinarity and social justice; feminist pedagogy.

Lissa Petersen, Instructor in Academic Writing , Emerita. 1977. BA Northwestern University; MA, Harvard University. Director, English for Graduate Studies Program, Claremont Graduate University.

Susan Phillips, Academic Director, Pitzer Program in Ontario/Assistant Professor of Environmental Analysis, 2002. BA, California State University, Dominguez Hills; MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

*Robert P. Pinnell, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, 1966. BS, California State University, Fresno; PhD, University of Kansas.

*Thomas Poon, Professor of Chemistry, 2000; Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and ALO, Pitzer College, 2008. BS, Fairfield University; PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

Zeolite host-guest chemistry, synthetic methodology, reactions of singlet oxygen.

Suyapa Portillo Villeda, Assistant Professor of Chicano/a Latino/a Transnational Studies, 2012. BA, Pitzer College; PhD, Cornell University.

*Marion R. Preest, Professor of Biology, 1999. BS, Otago University, New Zealand; MS, PhD, Cornell University.

Physiology and ecology of animal energetics; thermal biology of terrestrial ectotherms; osmoregulatory physiology; herpetology; muscle physiology.

**Leonard C. Pronko, Professor of Theatre, 1957. BA, Drury College; MA, Washington University; PhD, Tulane University.

*Kathleen L. Purvis-Roberts, Associate Professor of Chemistry, 2001. BS, Westmont College; MA, PhD, Princeton University; Postdoctoral Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Chemistry of urban air pollution, primarily aerosols; public policy aspects of air pollution.

+Rita Roberts, Associate Professor of History and Black Studies, Scripps College, 1987. BS, Southern Illinois University; MA, University of California, Berkeley; PhD, University of California, Berkeley. American history and Black Studies.

*Colin Robins, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 2012. BA, Macalester College; MS, Oregon State University; PhD, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Applications of soil science research to challenges In geomorphology, plant ecology, and environmental science.

Norma Rodriguez, Professor of Psychology, 1991. BA, PhD, The University of Texas at Austin. Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Califor-nia, Los Angeles. Associate Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College.

Latino mental health, acculturation and cultural adjustment

Kathryn S. Rogers, Professor of Organizational Studies, 1986. BA, Smith College; MA, Columbia University; PhD, Washington University, St. Louis. National Institute of Education Training Fellowship; Lecturer, University of Missouri, St. Louis; Consultant, Educational Planning Associates, Inc.; Senior Administrator, Cemsel, Inc.; Legal and Public Affairs Staff, Peabody Coal Company; Senior Associate, Center for Study of Data Processing, Washington University, St. Louis; Research Associate, IBM, Los Angeles Scientific Center.

Organization theory; interorganizational networks; business, nonprofit and public organizations; organizations and the public policy environment; corporate responsibility.

Ronald G. Rubin, Professor of The History of Ideas, 1971. BA, Amherst College; MA, PhD, Cornell University. Teaching Assistant, Instructor, Cornell University; Woodrow Wilson Fellow.

History of early modern philosophy; history of early modern science; philosophy of science; philosophy of mind.

*David E. Sadava, Pritzker Family Foundation Professor, Emeritus, 1972. BS, Carleton University; PhD, University of California, San Diego.

Barry Sanders, Professor Emeritus of History of Ideas, 1972. BA, University of California, Los Angeles; MA, PhD, University of Southern California.

*Babak Sanii, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 2012. BS, M.Engl, Cornell University; MS, PhD, University of California, Davis.

Experimental physical chemistry; self-assembly and bio-inspired folding of soft materials.

Brinda Sarathy, Assistant Professor, Environmental Analysis/International Intercultural Studies, 2007. BA, McGill University; MS, PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

*Lars Schmitz, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2012. Vordiplom, Diplom, University of Bonn, Germany; PhD, University of California, Davis.

Functional and evolutionary vertebrate morphology; paleobiology; evolution of vertebrate vision.

Albert Schwartz, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, 1965. BA, Hunter College; MA, Ohio State University.

Daniel A. Segal, Jean Pitzer Professor of Anthropology and Historical Studies, 1986; Director, Center for Social Inquiry, 2008. BA, Cornell University; MA, University of Chicago; PhD, University of Chicago.

The Caribbean; post-Columbian world history; the social construction of race.

Harry A. Senn, Professor Emeritus, French. 1970. BA, MA, University of Minnesota; PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Susan C. Seymour, Professor Emerita of Anthropology, 1974. BA, Stanford University; PhD, Harvard University.

+Marie-Denise Shelton, Professor of French and Black Studies, Claremont McKenna College, 1977; Chair, Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies, 1993. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

Sharon Nickel Snowiss, Professor of Political Studies, 1969, Avery Fellow, Claremont Graduate University, 1988. AB, University of California, Berkeley; MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles. Research Assistant, Science and Technology, Inc.; Postgraduate Research Assistant, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Los Angeles; Teaching Associate, University of California, Los Angeles.

Political philosophy, including ancient, modern and contemporary, as well as comparisons of Eastern and Western thought; futurology, including forecastings, science fiction, altered states of consciousness, social and philosophical impact of technology, genetic engineering; French literature and politics; feminist political thought; mind/body healing and Qi Gong.

++Maria Gutierrez de Soldatenko, Associate Professor of Chican@/Latin@ Transnational Studies, 1998. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.

Gender, race and class; feminist theory; women and economic development.

Erich Steinman, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 2007. BA, Augustana College; MA, PhD, University of Washington.

Emma Stephens, Assistant Professor of Economics, 2007. BSc, McGill University; MA, PhD, Cornell University.

Claudia Strauss, Professor of Anthropology, 2000. BA, Brown University; MA, PhD, Harvard University.

Cognitive anthropology; psychological anthropology; language, culture and society; race/class/gender variation in the U.S.; social theory and culture theory; anthropology of policy.

Ann H. Stromberg, Professor of Sociology Emerita, 1973. BA, Pomona College; MA, Columbia University; PhD, Cornell University. Director of Summer Study Abroad Program: Health and Healthcare in Costa Rica.

John D. Sullivan, Professor of Political Studies, Emeritus, 1975. BA, MA, San Francisco State College; PhD, Stanford University.

++Tomas F. Summers Sandoval Jr., Assistant Professor of History and Chicano/a Latino/a Studies, Pomona College, 2006. B.A., Claremont McKenna College; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Ruti Talmor, Assistant Professor of Media Studies, 2011. BA, MA, PhD, New York University.

*Zhaohua (Irene) Tang, Associate Professor of Biology, 2001. BS, State University of New York at Stony Brook; PhD, University of California, Los Angeles; Postdoctoral Fellow, California Institute of Technology; Research Fellow, Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope.

Cell and molecular biology, biochemistry; cell cycle control in yeast.

**James Taylor, Professor of Theatre, 1991. BA, Colorado College; MFA, Southern Methodist University.

+++Hung Cam Thai, Associate Professor of Sociology and Asian American Studies, Pomona College, 2006. B.A., University of Florida; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

*Bryan C. Thines, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2011. BS, State University of New York, Plattsburgh; PhD, Washington State University.

Molecular biology; functional genomics; circadian rhythms and environmental responses in plants.

KaMala Thomas, Assistant Professor, Psychology, 2009. BA, MA, Cal State, San Bernardino; MA; MS, MPH, PhD, San Diego State University.

*Diane Thomson, Associate Professor of Biology, 2004. BS, University of Arizona, PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Conservation biology, population modeling, ecology of biological invasions, plant ecology and plant/pollinator interactions.

++Miguel Tinker-Salas, Arango Professor of Latin American History and Professor of History and Chicano/a Studies, 1993. BA. MA, PhD University of San Diego, California.

Lako Tongun, Associate Professor of International and Intercultural Studies and Political Studies, 1988. BA, St. Mary’s College of California; MA, PhD, University of California, Davis. Lecturer, University of California, Davis and California State University, Sacramento.

African and third-world politics; political economy, developmental economics (Third World).

++Maria Aguiar Torres, Dean of Students, Chicano Studies Center, The Claremont Colleges and Visiting Professor in Spanish, 1976. BA, University of California, Riverside; MA, New Mexico State University; PhD candidate, Claremont Graduate University.

Laura Skandera Trombley, President; Professor of English and World Literature, 2002. BA, MA, Pepperdine University; PhD, University of Southern California.

+++Richard N. Tsujimoto, Professor Emeritus, Psychology, 1973. BA, Stanford University; PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook.

Rachel VanSickle-Ward, Assistant Professor of Political Studies, 2007. BA, Pitzer College; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

Rudi Volti, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, 1969. BA, University of California, Riverside; MA, PhD, Rice University.

Albert Wachtel, Professor of English, 1974. BA, Queens College; PhD, State University of New York, Buffalo. NDEA Fellow in English; Instructor, Assistant to the Dean, State University of New York, Buffalo; Fellow, Creative Arts Institute, Berkeley; Assistant Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara; Visiting Professor, Conference in Modern Europe, State University of New York, Buffalo; Danforth Associate; NEH Fellow, Summer Institute on Tragedy, Dartmouth.

Joyce; Shakespeare; epic and scripture; fiction; tragedy; theory of literature; 20th-century novel.

Andre Wakefield, Associate Professor of History, 2002. PhD, University of Chicago.

Modern Germany, environmental, science and technology.

Dana Ward, Professor Emeritus of Political Studies, 1982. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, University of Chicago; M.Phil., PhD, Yale University;

*Anna G. Wenzel, Associate Professor of Chemistry, 2006. BS University of California, San Diego; PhD, Harvard University.

Catalysis, asymmetric synthetic methodology.

*Emily Wiley, Associate Professor of Biology, 2002 BA, Western Washington University; PhD, University of Washington; Visiting Assistant Professor, Mt. Holyoke College; Post-doctoral research associate, University of Rochester.

Molecular biology; genetics; chromatin structure in the ciliate Tetrahymena.

*Branwen Williams, Assistant Professor of Biology, 2011. BS, University of Guelpth, Guelpth, ON; MS, University of Quebec at Montreal; PhD, Ohio State University.

Paleoceanographic reconstructions on recent timescales from marine climate archives.

*Burke Scott Williams, Associate Professor of Chemistry, 2003. BS, Harvey Mudd College; PhD, University of Washington, Seattle; NATO-NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship, Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands; Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of North Carolina.

Fundamental late-metal organometallic chemistry, mechanisms of basic organometallic reactions.

Michael V. T. Woodcock, Professor Emeritus, Creative Studies, 1989. MFA, Claremont Graduate University.

+++Linus Yamane, Professor of Economics, 1988. BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MA, M.Phil, PhD, Yale University. Visiting Associate Professor, Wellesley College; Visiting Associate Professor, Harvard University; Shimomura Fellow, Japan Development Bank; Lecturer, Yale University; Research Associate, World Bank; Technical Associate, AT&T Bell Laboratories; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research.

Macroeconomics, Japanese economy, econometrics, labor economics.

+++Kathleen Yep, Associate Professor, Sociology and Asian American Studies, 2004. BA, MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley.

*Andrew W. Zanella, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, 1975. AB, Cornell University; PhD, Stanford University.

Phil Zuckerman, Professor of Sociology, 1998. BA, MA, PhD, University of Oregon.

Sociology of religion, sex and religion, altruistic deviance.

 

* Joint appointment with Claremont McKenna College and Scripps College.

** Appointment in Theatre, a five-college program based at Pomona College.

*** Joint appointment with Claremont McKenna, Scripps and Harvey Mudd Colleges.

+ Faculty teaching in the Intercollegiate Program of Africana Studies.

++ Faculty teaching in the Intercollegiate Program of Chicano/a Latino/a Studies.

+++ Faculty teaching in the Intercollegiate Program of Asian American Studies.