Department Chairs

BIOLOGY, Daniel Shain

CHEMISTRY, Catherine Grgicak

CHILDHOOD STUDIES, Daniel Cook

COMPUTER SCIENCE, Suneeta Ramaswami

ECONOMICS, Tetsuji Yamada

ENGLISH, Lisa Zeidner (Fa. 18), Richard  Epstein (Sp. 19)

FINE ARTS, Kenneth Elliot

FOREIGN LANGUAGES, James Rushing

HISTORY, Lorrin Thomas

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES, Siqi Fu (Fa. 18), Haydee Herrera (Sp. 19)

PHILOSOPHY/RELIGION, John Wall

PHYSICS, Sean O’Malley

POLITICAL SCIENCE, Woj Wolfe (Fa. 18), Maureen Donaghy (Sp. 19)

PSYCHOLOGY, Naomi Mamorstein

PUBLIC POLICY & ADMINISTRATION, Lori Minnite

Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminal Justice, Jane Siegel

Undergraduate Program Directors

AFRICANA STUDIES, Keith Green

DIGITAL STUDIES, James J. Browm

ENGLISH WRITING PROGRAM, William Fitzgerald

FILM & MEDIA STUDIES PROGRAM, Lisa Zeidner

GLOBAL STUDIES, Jean-Louis Hippolyte

HEATH SCIENCES, Kristin August 

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, Joseph Schiavo

LATIN AMERICAN & LATINO STUDIES PROGRAM,  Carla Giaudrone                                                     

LIBERAL STUDIES, Richard Epstein

URBAN STUDIES, Zachary Wood

GENDER STUDIES PROGRAM, Gail Caputo

Graduate Program Directors

BIOLOGY, Eric Klein

BIOLOGY PINELANDS, John Dighton

CHEMISTRY, Hao Zhu

CHILDHOOD STUDIES, Sarada Balagopalan 

COMPUTER SCIENCE, Sunil Shende

CCIB, Grace Brannigan           

CREATIVE WRITING, Patrick Rosal

CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Harry Rhea (Fa. 18), Michelle Meloy (Sp. 19)

ENGLISH, Ellen Ledoux

MAT-SPANISH, Próspero N. García

HISTORY, Andrew Shankman

LIBERAL STUDIES, Stuart Charmé

MATHEMATICS, Haydee Herrera

PSYCHOLOGY, Daniel Hart

PUBLIC AFFAIRS, Richard Harris

PPA, Angie McGuire

Center Directors

CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Cyril Reade

CENTER FOR COMPUTATION & INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY,  Nir Yacoby

CENTER FOR URBAN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION, Paul Jargowski

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP CENTER, Gloria Bonilla-Santiago

DIGITAL STUDIES CENTER,  James J. Brown

FORENSICS CENTER,  Kimberlee Moran

INSTITUTE FOR EFFECTIVE EDUCATION, Susan Goyins

MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL CENTER for the HUMANITIES (MARCH),  Charlene Mires