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New Faculty Faces

March 11, 2006

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Lewis & Clark’s newest crop of undergraduate faculty hail from some of the top doctoral programs in the nation and represent a rich variety of disciplines. Our students reap the benefits of being taught by seasoned professors as well as vibrant newcomers. Nearly 60 percent of the undergraduate faculty are in their 20s, 30s, or 40s.

You’re likely to read more about this impressive group in the Chronicle in the years ahead.

James Proctor

Environmental Studies
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley

Directs the Environmental Studies Program. Specializes in environmental science; nature, science, and religion; and environmental ethics.

Elizabeth Stanhope

Mathematical Sciences
Ph.D., Dartmouth College

Specializes in differential geometry and spectral geometry.

Iva Stavrov

Mathematical Sciences
Ph.D., University of Oregon

Specializes in algebraic topology and differential geometry.

Susanna Morrill

Religious Studies
Ph.D., University of Chicago

Specializes in religion in America.

Benjamin David

Art History
Ph.D., New York University

Specializes in Western art history with an emphasis on early-modern Italy.

Karen Gross

Ph.D., Stanford University

Specializes in Middle English and medieval Italian literature.

George Skipworth

Assistant professor of music, was unable to be photographed for our story.
He received a D.M.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles. He specializes in symphonic/operatic conducting, as well as vocal and piano composition.
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