September 15, 2011

Atiya Kai Stokes-Brown, newly tenured associate professor of political science

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By Molly O'Brien-Foelsch

LEWISBURG, Pa. — They focus on topics ranging from plant genetics, to identity in politics, to Russian literature, and they specialize in fields across the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering and the School of Management. In 16 recently launched profiles, newly tenured and new associate professors describe their areas of research and their approaches to teaching.

Next week, meet our new tenure-line assistant professors.

New full professor profiles  || All student, faculty and alumni profiles

Kim Councill  Kim Councill, associate professor of music

Emily Dryden  Emily Dryden, associate professor of mathematics

Mark Haussmann  Mark Haussman, associate professor of biology

Charles Kim  Charles Kim, associate professor of mechanical engineering

Ludmila Lavine  Ludmila Shleyfer Lavine, associate professor of Russian

Peter McNamara  Peter McNamara, associate professor of mathematics

Chris Martine  Christopher Martine, associate professor of biology

Berhanu Nega  Berhanu Nega, associate professor of economics

Robert Rosenberg  Robert Rosenberg, associate professor of English

Lori Smolleck  Lori Smolleck, associate professor of education

Tristan Stayton  Tristan Stayton, associate professor of biology

Atiya Kai Stokes-Brown  Atiya Kai Stokes-Brown, associate professor of political science

Janice Traflet  Janice Traflet, associate professor of management

Bucknell Hall  G.C. Waldrep, associate professor of English

Amanda Wooden  Amanda Wooden, associate professor of environmental studies

Wendelin Wright  Wendelin Wright, associate professor of mechanical and chemical engineering


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