Announcing the 2010-2011 Doyle Faculty Fellows

We are pleased to announce the 2010-2011 Doyle Faculty Fellows. The group includes 16 faculty from a variety of departments across the university. The Doyle courses they will offer next year range from introductory general education courses to upper division courses.  For more about the Doyle Initiative, see the Doyle website. Alisa Carse, Philosophy Yulia Chentsova Dutton, Psychology Maria Donoghue, Biology Nadine Ehlers, Women's and Gender Studies Leslie Hinkson, Sociology Robin Kelley, School of Foreign Service Meredith McKittrick, History Marilyn McMorrow, School of Foreign Service Natsu Onada Power, Performing Arts Sylvia Onder, Eastern Mediterranean Languages Ricardo Ortiz, English Matthew C.J. Rudolph, Government Christine Schiwietz, Sociology Elizabeth Stephen, School of Foreign Service Sarah Stiles, Sociology Clare Wilde, Theology

We are pleased to announce the 2010-2011 Doyle Faculty Fellows.

We are pleased to announce the 2010-2011 Doyle Faculty Fellows. The group includes 16 faculty from a variety of departments across the university. The Doyle courses they will offer next year range from introductory general education courses to upper division courses.  For more about the Doyle Initiative, see the Doyle website.

Alisa Carse, Philosophy
Yulia Chentsova Dutton, Psychology
Maria Donoghue, Biology
Nadine Ehlers, Women’s and Gender Studies
Leslie Hinkson, Sociology
Robin Kelley, School of Foreign Service
Meredith McKittrick, History
Marilyn McMorrow, School of Foreign Service
Natsu Onada Power, Performing Arts
Sylvia Onder, Eastern Mediterranean Languages
Ricardo Ortiz, English
Matthew C.J. Rudolph, Government
Christine Schiwietz, Sociology
Elizabeth Stephen, School of Foreign Service
Sarah Stiles, Sociology
Clare Wilde, Theology