Meet the Faculty

Paul Adams

Paul Adams

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Laura Terry

Laura Terry

Architecture

Timothy Muldoon

Timothy Muldoon

Biomedical Engineering

Amy Farmer

Amy Farmer

Economics

Michelle Gray

Michelle Gray

Kinesiology

T.K.S. Kumar

T.K.S. Kumar

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Gisela Erf

Gisela Erf

Immunology

Vikas Anand

Vikas Anand

Management

Carl Smith

Carl Smith

Landscape Architecture

Jamie Hestekin

Jamie Hestekin

Chemical Engineering

Molly Rapert

Molly Rapert

Marketing

Dean's Faculty Fellows

Dean’s Faculty Fellows are nominated by the academic leadership of their home colleges. As fellows, they offer Honors College Signature Seminars on topics related to their current research programs.

Rogelio Garcia Contreras

Rogelio Garcia Contreras

Strategy, Entrepreneurship & Venture Innovation

Lisa Corrigan

Lisa Corrigan

Communication

Chaim Goodman-Strauss

Chaim Goodman-Strauss

Mathematical Sciences

Jay Greene

Jay Greene

Education Reform

Professor and student examine art history volume in book-lined office

Faculty Grants

We count on our dedicated faculty to teach honors courses, mentor honors student research, and write letters of recommendation. Quite simply, we couldn't do it without the faculty members who go above and beyond to provide a fantastic honors experience for our students. In return, we support your work with honors students with a variety of grants, which range from mentor funding to Faculty Equipment and Technology Grants. Working with a team of students and faculty? We've got you covered. 

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Faculty Awards

Honors faculty work hard to support honors students! To recognize their hard work and dedication, the Honors College has developed the Distinguished Faculty Award and the Distinguished Leadership Award.

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Shelby Gill and Patsy Watkins

Recommendation Guidelines

Faculty recommendation letters should provide an honest assessment and only include topics in which you have first-hand knowledge. Please do not use “form letters” because they put a student at a disadvantage in competition with others who have strong individualized letters. Telling the student you don’t have time to write a letter is better than using a form letter. All recommendations are held in strict confidence and are not seen by the student.

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