Faculty Quick Takes
September 20, 2017
Lewis & Clark professors are experts in their fields who love to work with and learn from their students. Our faculty is made up of exceptional teachers and mentors who are also noted researchers and innovators. Small class sizes and close interaction between faculty and students create opportunities for discussion and collaboration, both in and outside the classroom. The exchange of ideas continues long after classes are over.
Get to know three of our faculty members in the videos below. Then, schedule a campus visit to sit in on a class.
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Media Studies
Kundai talks about the importance of mentoring students, going to conferences, and his research on Barack Obama and American perceptions of Africa.
Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies Program Director
Susan specializes in modern (19th century and later) China and focuses her study on gender, urban culture, and political culture.
Associate Professor of French and Chair of the Department of World Languages and Literatures
Molly discusses the benefits of teaching in a small program, the importance of an international education, and how her students are always bringing new insights to class.