A host of new faculty members has joined the Smith ranks this fall.
The college welcomes 32 new faculty members in every academic sector of campus-the humanities, the sciences, social sciences, art and the performing arts; more than 30 new academicians in all serving 22 different departments.
Below is a list of new faculty members and their respective departments. Watch this site for subsequent profiles of new Smith community members.
Anthropology: Joanne Cullinane
Art: Valija Evalds; Mimi Hellman; Lynne Yamamoto
Biological sciences: Richard Dearborn
Chemistry: Heather Shafer
Classical languages and literatures: Timothy Allison
Computer science: Mikhael Milita
East Asian languages and literatures: Grant Xiaoguang Li
Education and child study: Wendy Kohler
Engineering: Susannah Howe
Film studies: Lucretia Knapp
Geology: Mark Besonen; Lawrence Meinert
Government: Jacques Hymans; Tuong Vu, Mendenhall Fellow
History: Jennifer Guglielmo; Crystal Lewis-Coleman, Mendenhall Fellow
Italian language and literature: Serena Grattarola
Mathematics: P. Martin Conway; Nicholas Horton
Physics: Gary Felder; Joyce Palmer-Fortune
Psychology: Byron Zamboanga
Sociology: Gabriele Klein, Hamburg Exchange Professor
Spanish and Portuguese: Jose Cartagena-Calderon; Malcolm McNee
Theatre: Don Jordan; Julie Nelson
Womens Studies: Lauren Berlant, Neilson Professor; Amina Jamal, Ford Fellow